Company Overview

Our core business is to unlock the full potential of resources efficiently with new and environmentally safe technology. Our plans for exploration and development are based on identifying underexplored blocks with little or old data, coupled with seeking legacy blocks and newly relinquished sectors. Prospects near infrastructure are also key where new technology may extend production and unlock adjacent options normally discounted due to complex and outmoded infrastructure.


Enneco has a simple and clear workflow that uniquely defines the sustainability of our projects and is critical to our success.


We aim to maximise production from explorer producer wells with new tech at cutting edge and help open doors for partnering on producing assets – in addition to enabling low carbon footprints during all stages of asset lifecycle.


We are actively seeking alliances with proactive license holders and new ventures that are willing to explore opportunities.

Management Team:

Henry Duncan – Founding director of Enneco with over 25 years industry experience internationally and in the North Sea in Capital Projects, Well Management, Decommissioning and Project management, Henry holds a BSc and MSc from Heriot Watt University and has a backgound in Well Engineering and Offshore Projects. He has held senior positions with large International E & P companies as well as smaller independents. He entered the industry in the mid 1990’s working initially for Schlumberger.


Joe Staffurth – Subsurface Advisor: Joe has over 30 years industry experience including working in Europe, Middle East, South America and Canada. Trained as a geologist he gained a strong technical and commercial background while working for Esso and Petrofina. Joe has an intimate knowledge of the Shelterstone Field and been instrumental in mapping the discovery.


Mike Lakin – Commercial Advisor (Envoi) A geology graduate from Cardiff University, Mike worked initially for independent oil and gas companies with operations in the UK, Europe and West Africa. In 1989 he joined Petresearch as a geologist, specialising in the marketing of international third-party projects. Mike went on to become the company’s General Manager, until leaving to establish Envoi at the end of 1999. Mike Acts as Enneco’s commercial A&D advisor