Petrologica is a pioneering leader in innovative yet proven energy market analysis and forecasting simulation systems.
We have merged lifetime knowledge of the energy market and related industries with leading edge software systems and analytical skills to plot future trends, demonstrate market sensitivities and thus guide clients in their investment decisions. Set up by the late Richard Shepherd in 2003 we have built a strong portfolio of clients and are dedicated to providing a tailored service that suits the individual needs of companies in different areas of the energy sector.
Our services include:
- Online market simulation tools
Our simulators include oil supply and demand models, offshore drilling rig demand forecasting tools and a powerful oil price model
- Tailored reports and studies
Petrologica has a strong team of analysts and researchers and can take on ad-hoc studies at clients’ request
- Seminars, workshops and client presentations
Petrologica’s team of experts can meet clients regularly to discuss current market conditions, likely changes and their impact on clients’ business
- Dedicated private client research
We undertake private research for clients’ creating dedicated and exclusive systems. We are proud to have established long-term relationships with many of our clients’ which include the OPEC Secretariat, shipping companies, investment banks and hedge funds
We can offer your organisation any or all of these services. To find out more, have a look at our client services page.
Richard Kennedy Shepherd (1943-2012)
Richard began his energy career with the birth of the Rotterdam oil spot market and OPEC in the 1960s and worked in nuclear energy and world gas trade business in the 1970s before founding Petrodata, an offshore oil contracting data and forecasting business through the 1980s and 1990s. Following the successful sale of Petrodata in 2000, Richard founded Petrologica in 2003 in partnership with Fay Chen, along with a third party.
During his years with Petrologica, he worked with private clients including OPEC Secretariat and Stena covering oil, natural gas, alternative energies and power sectors. Richard did not stop working until his final months.
Richard died of cancer in August 2012.