PetroStrategies, Inc. was established in 1982 to provide strategic analysis and planning to the oil and gas industry.
We perform strategic and economic research and analysis on the leading issues facing the energy industry and helps executives develop strategic responses to deal with these challenges.
We provide information and analysis to the business community, government, media and general public through published articles, interviews and speeches.
Training is conducted on a variety of topics of interest to industry newcomers and seasoned veterans through onsite seminars and self-paced Internet classes.
PetroStrategies, Inc. is a consulting, research and training organization focusing on the oil and gas industry. The company conducts strategic and economic research and analysis on the leading issues facing the energy industry and helps executives develop strategic responses to deal with these challenges.
PetroStrategies provides information and analysis to the business community, government, media and general public through published articles, interviews and speeches. Training is conducted on a variety of topics of interest to industry newcomers and seasoned veterans through onsite seminars and self-paced Internet classes.
Our goal is to provide information on the economics, processes and driving forces in the oil and gas industry for consumers, industry professionals and students.
Our philosophy is for high-quality, cost-effective, customer responsive solutions to our client's consulting, research and training needs.
Allen Mesch founded PetroStrategies in 1982 to provide strategic planning and analysis to organizations in the oil and gas industry. Mr. Mesch consults with a number of oil and gas companies in the areas of strategic planning, economic analysis, feasibility studies, model development, and industry research and forecasting. He specializes in business strategy and analysis for firms seeking growth and improved profitability. He has directed strategic planning and forecasting studies for companies in both the upstream and downstream segments of the oil and gas industry.
Mr. Mesch has over forty years of experience in both technical and management positions in engineering, economics, and business planning with such firms as Gulf Oil Corporation, Continental Oil Company, and Sun Exploration and Production Company. From 1980 to 1986, he was Manager of Business Environment Assessment and an Energy Economist for Sun Exploration and Production Company in Dallas.
From 1996 to 2000, he was Director of the Maguire Energy Institute. He resurrected a program that had been dormant for eight years and developed an effective industry outreach program. Mr. Mesch organized two annual conferences on such leading edge topics as Texas electricity deregulation, innovations in energy marketing, and e-commerce. Under his direction, the Institute developed a series of continuing education classes for both industry newcomers and seasoned veterans. The Institute published a quarterly newsletter and developed a highly informative web page. The Institute's innovative Oil and Gas Education Initiative provided an effective vehicle to educate academics, journalists, and government officials on the primary functions of the oil and gas industry.
He has held academic positions as an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, Southern Methodist University and Texas Woman's University.
He is a founder and past-president of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Chapter of the International Association of Energy Economists. Mr. Mesch has served as a member of the Executive Committee of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Dallas/Ft. Worth.
He is a published author with papers on trends in the oil and gas industry and innovations in business planning. He has presented papers at AESC, COPAS, Energy Council, IPAA, Landmark Graphics, TIPRO and National Oil and Gas Royalty conferences. He serves as a resource to local and national media on oil and gas with quotes in business publications and appearances on local and national television, including the McCuisition Program on PBS, NBC Nightly News, and local news stations. He has been quoted in publications ranging from the Oil & Gas Journal to Business Week.
Mr. Mesch earned a masters degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B. S. in chemical engineering from Clarkson University. He has extensive course work in business and management from the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Houston.