Daniel Johnston (consultant)

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Daniel Johnston is an American writer and consultant to the international petroleum industry. He has done expert witness and consulting work for both governments and oil companies worldwide.

He is most well known for his May 2006 publication of a report on the proposed Alaskan gas pipeline. At the time, he was under contract with the Alaskan State Legislature.

He is currently the vice chair of the executive committee of Oxford Journals' "Journal of World Energy Law and Business".

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Books
  • International Petroleum Fiscal Systems and Production Sharing Contracts
  • Introduction to Oil Company Financial Analysis
  • International Exploration Economics, Risk, and Contracts Analysis
  • International Oil Company Financial Management in Nontechnical Language
Selected Articles
  • "The Alaska Gas Pipeline Story – As it Stands Now", Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal (2006)
  • "Modern Reserves Disclosure", Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal (2005)
  • "Higher Prices, Lower Government Take?", Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal (2004)
  • "What Not to Say – Famous Last Words", Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal (2003)
  • "Kashagan and Tengiz – Castor and Pollux", PetroMin Magazine (2001)

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