All Energy Consulting was founded and is managed by David K. Bellman, a seasoned energy professional and market analyst. After graduating with honors from the University of Texas with a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering, David began his career with Purvin & Gertz, Inc., an international energy consultancy based in Houston, Texas. During his tenure at Purvin & Gertz, David participated in numerous petroleum and refining industry studies for international oil and gas companies, state-owned oil companies, refiners and petroleum marketers. His public notoriety moment occured when he was the lead analyst among all oil analyst to forecast the crude oil collapse of 1998. He was on the front page of USA Today March 10, 1998 and also made appearances on various other publications and radio shows.read more
Our mission at All Energy Consulting is to positively and evocatively challenge the current thinking involving any aspect of energy use. We look for projects that offer meaningful, transformative, with impactful outcome to the marketplace or society.
Aspects of Energy Use:
- Natural Gas and LNG
- Electric Power and Utilities
- Efficiency / Energy Conservation
- Coal Markets
- Crude Oil Refining
- Petroleum Marketing
- Gas Processing
- Natural Gas and NGL Marketing
- Environmental Policy
With recent in-depth and practical experience, AEC can help you connect the dots, offer a plan, help with the next steps, and protect you from the land mines of the ever changing markets, regulations, and policies. Ideally, we will together build a better tomorrow.
Independent analysis and opinions without a bias. Please consider All Energy Consulting for your consulting needs.read more
Many of our consulting assignments are triggered by the rapid exploration of shale gas in North America. Shale-gas resources, in particular, have skyrocketed and are now being tapped commercially — creating a new paradigm for America’s oil and gas industry. The emerging ”shale gale” is being powered by rapidly developing technologies in the areas of seismics, horizontal drilling, and fracking. E&P companies are needing to decide how to convert the underground oil, natural gas, and NGL resources into economic and efficient forms of fuel. The shale revolution is impacting not only gas, but oil, refining, and chemical markets. A strategic plan maximizing your capabilities is needed to unlock the value without leaving too much upside for others.read more