History

Euro Log was founded to pioneer the use of formalised risk management in Europe. The company’s first two projects were very different; one was a small field exploitation for Union Oil preparing for sanction and the other a troubled construction project for Burma Oil Development.

Shortly afterwards we started working with BP on the Sullom Voe development in the Shetland Isles, the largest construction project in the UK at the time. The company continued to build strong links to the oil and gas industry, supporting oil companies in their endeavours to exploit offshore hydrocarbon assets in the North Sea.

In the late 1970s and early 1980s we widened our client base and expanded into new industrial sectors. A key stage in this development was the successful introduction of formalised risk management to the British Ministry of Defence (MoD) in the mid 1980s. This was a turning point for us, marking our first foray into the public sector, and also represented the first use of formalised risk management by the MoD.

During this period we also extended our expertise into the pharmaceutical, aviation, chemicals, telecommunications and utilities sectors, whilst continuing to strengthen our relationship in energy and defence. At the same time we expanded our offerings by extending our proven qualitative and quantitative methodologies into the areas of investment appraisal and enterprise risk management.

In the 1990s we became increasingly involved with the transport industry, covering air, rail and road investments. As well as acquiring considerable experience in the area of transport infrastructure, this period also brought PPP and PFI-related assignments in the United Kingdom.

Today our expertise spans many industries and many projects. We provide support to capital projects, conceptual studies, portfolio analysis and corporate governance. Why not give us a call and see if we can help you?

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