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Rachel is Associate Director of IHS Markit E&P Terms and Above-Ground Risk in Asia Pacific, based in Singapore. She co-leads the team responsible for developing country and sub-national hydrocarbon sector risk forecasts for long-term energy investments across oil and gas producing and frontier countries. Rachel brings 10 years of experience in above-ground risk analysis in Asia Pacific, having worked across the region.
Rachel has designed and delivered numerous complex projects for a range of upstream oil and gas clients, including new venture above-ground risk assessments, comparative government take analysis, building tactical threat monitoring frameworks for high-risk operating environments, and helping a Southeast Asian government design its new energy policy.
Prior to joining IHS Markit, Rachel led Exclusive Analysis Singapore Branch. Before that, she led Exclusive Analysis Asia analysis division, overseeing numerous risk projects for clients in a wide range of sectors. Rachel holds a Master of Arts in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Sarah Haggas is the Director of the Middle East team for the Global E&P Reporting Service (GEPS) at IHS Markit. Based in the company’s Tetbury, UK office, Sarah is primarily responsible for editing and reporting oil and gas information and activity in Iraq, Syria, Kuwait, Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and the Divided Zone. Prior to this position, she served as a field researcher at IHS Markit for the Australasia and Middle East regional teams.
A PhD graduate in Geology from the University of Leicester, UK, Sarah also holds a Master of Science degree in Geochemistry from the University of Leeds, UK. Before joining IHS Markit in 2002, she worked as a post-doctoral researcher for the Borehole Research Group at the University of Leicester.
Sarah is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, the Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain and the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers. She has delivered presentations and published several articles on the Middle East E&P sector and speaks English. Focus areas include Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Eastern Mediterranean upstream hydrocarbon exploration, development and production.
Based in Singapore, Ding Li is the Asia-Pacific Head of Research for Upstream Cost & Technology. He also leads the research team for yards and fabrication. In this capacity, Ding Li has supported oil and gas companies in assessing yard capability worldwide for offshore platform and onshore module fabrication projects. He has also contributed to several operators risks (delays and cost overruns) identification and evaluation exercises for major offshore EPC projects. Prior to IHS Markit, Ding Li was a strategy manager specializing in petroleum economics and served as an investment analyst at a corporate finance firm, evaluating the economics of natural resource development projects.