Confident technical and commercial advisory services with world class training and software

Dundas provides advisory services in economics, project management, and engineering to its clients in the energy industry. Focussing on the integration of technical expertise with a deep appreciation of business drivers, Dundas delivers a perspective on opportunity value often missing from conventional engineering, scientific, technical or economic analysis.

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Client feedback

Dundas has deep knowledge and insight on the North Sea oil industry, and applying this to new concepts such as CO2-enhanced oil recovery. We would be pleased to work with them again in future projects - Element Energy

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Case study

Well engineering advisory services for challenging long reach well - Talisman

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Consulting

Overview

At Dundas, we believe that opportunities to unlock additional value from projects often lie at the interfaces between the technical and commercial functions. The Dundas team has depth and breadth of experience in engineering, project economics and project management in the energy sector. Often we can play a key role in coordination and integration of input from disciplines across the business. The Dundas consultants are ideally positioned for supporting project teams and for helping to identify, quantify and liberate value for our customers at the Asses, Select and Define stages.

Our advisory services and consultancy work often spans all three areas of engineering, economics and project management, or sometimes clients call on us to provide specialist input in only one or two of those areas on a project. Always though our focus is on exemplary customer service and adding value.

Dundas has contributed to over 500 energy projects and initiatives. Too many to list them all. See our case studies page for a description of how we contributed to a selection of interesting examples. Projects have included oil and gas developments, brownfield modifications, decommissioning, hydrogen, offshore wind, CCUS, geothermal, gas storage, dispute resolution, expert witness, strategic review of country entry/exit, asset strategy, enhanced oil recovery, tariff business, decommissioning securities agreements, M&A due diligence, emissions forecasting and emissions reduction strategies to name just a few.

Dundas has enjoyed custom from 82 energy sector clients to date including:

Ampelmann
Ancala
Anglo American Mining
Angus Energy
Apache
Babcock International
BG Group
BGS
BP
Cairn Energy Ltd
CATS Management Ltd
Centrica (Spirit Energy)
Centrica Distributed Energy and Power
Centrica Energi
Centrica Netherlands
Chevron
Chinese National Offshore Oil Corporation
Chrysaor
Cluff Natural Resources
CNR
ConocoPhillips
Cuadrilla
Dana Petroleum
Dart Energy
Dong Energy
Egerton Energy
EMGS
EnQuest
Fairfield Energy Limited
Harbour Energy
HitecVision
IGas Energy Ltd
Ineos
Infinis
Iona Energy
Ithaca Energy
Kellas Midstream Limited
Maersk
Marathon
MOL Energy UK Ltd
MOL Norge
National Grid
Neptune
New European Offshore Ltd
North Sea Mid Stream Partners
North Sea Production Company Ltd
Oil and Gas UK (Offshore Energies UK)
Parkmead
Pipetech
Premier
Providence Resources
Rathlin Energy
Repsol Sinopec Resources Ltd
Scottish Enterprise
Seqens
Serica
Shell UK E&P
Spectrum ASA
Spirit Energy Norway
Subsea 7
Talisman
TAQA
Technip
Teekay
Third Energy
Total Exploration and Production
University of Exeter
Verus Petroleum
Whalsay Energy

Why Dundas?

The Dundas specialists ensure that a value mindset and project economics is integral to the work of  multidisciplinary project teams, driving the direction of the technical and commercial effort to liberate value.

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Engineering

Overview

The Dundas team has extensive engineering expertise gained in consulting and operating company positions. Dundas has provided engineering support services to dozens of energy companies as listed. With hundreds of projects, there are too many to list. Our Case Studies page presents some interesting examples. Broad categories of engineering work completed are described below.

Engineering Services

Dundas provides specialist engineering services for its clients, including, but not limited to:

  • Secondment of experience staff into client teams
  • Peer reviews, independent project assurance (see below)
  • Client representative
  • HAZOP independent engineer
  • M&A due diligence support
  • Origination of high quality project engineering documents such as basis of design, CAPEX estimate, OPEX estimate, engineering scope of work, option identification and screening report, concept selection report, 

Engineering and Project Management Peer Reviews

Dundas provides peer reviews to provide guidance to project teams, assurance to shareholders and add value to your opportunities. Our peer reviews are structured to cover the whole project:

  • Technical
  • Economic
  • Commercial
  • Organisational
  • Political

Recent examples include:

  • Select to Define gate: reconfiguration of a major onshore gas terminal
  • Appraise to Select gate: $2bln field development feasibility studies
  • Select to Define gate: £150mln late life asset redevelopment
  • Define to Execute gate $1.5bln decommissioning project 

Decision review boards value the independent recommendations provided by Dundas peer reviews.

Case Study

EnQuest, Thistle Late Life Extension

Client: EnQuest

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Economics

Overview

The Dundas team has extensive Project Economics expertise gained in consulting and operating company positions. Dundas has provided economics and decision support services to dozens of energy companies as listed. With hundreds of projects, there are too many to list. Our Case Studies page presents some interesting examples. Broad categories of work completed are described below.

Project Economics & Decision Support

Dundas provides specialist economics and decision support services for its clients, including, but not limited to:

  • Secondment of experience staff into client teams
  • Project evaluations and studies
  • Preparation of investment papers
  • Model building
  • Expert witness
  • Dispute resolution and working under legal privilege
  • Quality assurance & peer review
  • M&A support and due diligence
  • Asset/Hub/Area/Country strategy development
  • Portfolio reviews
  • End of Project Life planning - cessation of production dates and decommissioning strategy
  • Risk & Uncertainty analysis including Monte Carlo simulation, Decision Trees and Bayes Theorem
  • Decommissioning securities agreement valuation independent review
  • Exploration and appraisal support

Business Planning

Business planning deadlines are uncompromising. Dundas consultants can hit the ground running to help your team to deliver:

  • Portfolio planning
  • Reserves Booking
  • PRMS Economic Limit Test and Standardised Measure
  • Schedule optimisation

Case Study

EnQuest, Scolty Crathes Torphins

Client: EnQuest

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Project Management

Overview

The Dundas team has extensive Project Management expertise gained in consulting and operating company positions. Dundas has provided Project Management support services to dozens of energy companies as listed. With hundreds of projects, there are too many to list. Our Case Studies page presents some interesting examples. Broad categories of project management work completed are described below.

Project Management Services

Dundas provides specialist project management services for its clients, including, but not limited to:

  • Secondment of experience staff into client teams
  • Formal project framing
  • Advising on stage gated project delivery excellence
  • Origination of critical project documents such as basis of design, cost estimates, project schedules, concept select reports, option identification and screening reports, contracting strategy
  • Conducting peer reviews
  • Lessons learned and risk and opportunity workshops
  • Project management training

Project Framing Overview

Project framing is now used widely as part of energy project decision quality processes. Dundas has developed a set of workshop tools that can be applied to any project. Our project framing workshops will assist your teams to: 

  • Achieve a shared and current view of the project across all disciplines.
  • Have a clear understanding of the project goals and value drivers.
  • Build work programmes enabling key decisions to be made on time.
  • Understand project risks and opportunities.
  • Develop clear alternative strategies and understand their impact on the business objectives.
  • Clarify the project boundaries.
  • Prioritise and plan stakeholder management

Recent Project Framing Examples

Dundas has participated in, designed and facilitated over 100 project framing workshops. Here is a selection of recent examples:         

  • Major oil terminal redevelopment strategy
  • Southern north sea gas evacuation strategy
  • Business review to decide on operating model for a gas asset
  • Carbon capture and storage project concept select phase
  • Subsea tie-back to east Irish sea platform
  • Central north sea subsea tie-back
  • Mature asset life extension project
  • FPSO redevelopment project
  • CO2 flood EOR project
  • Decommissioning projects
  • Hydrogen development

Late Life and Decommissioning

Dundas has established a track record of providing outstanding commercial and technical advisory services in the areas of late life asset management and decommissioning.

Dundas has delivered over 30 late life and decommissioning studies including:

  • Project framing - systematic approach to setting goals, scope and priorities
  • Probabilistic decommissioning cost estimate - delivering real insight on the range of potential cost outcomes, integrating the cost estimate and project risk register in a Monte Carlo simulation
  • Decommissioning securities agreement - expert delivery of net value calculations, origination or independent expert review
  • Late life strategy - integrating discounted cashflow modelling, decision and risk analysis and multi-discipline scenario forecasting to identify maximum value and or minimum cost strategies
  • Contract review - proposing where contract risk is best allocated to deliver optimal contractual performance in the supply chain philosophy
  • Pairwise comparison - systematic comparison of alternatives
  • Other - origination of option selection reports, conducting peer reviews, preparation of peer review guidelines, conducting decision analysis and provision of risk reviews

With project framing, Dundas will guide multi-discipline teams through a systematic set of workshop tools to agree and document the Goals, Scope and Priorities for a project, whatever stage it is at. Framing will achieve a shared and current view of the project across all disciplines, enable a clear understanding of the project value drivers and build work programmes enabling key decisions to be made on time.

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Training

Overview

Dundas has three main training course offerings. The Introduction to Project Economics and Risk course is very popular and over 700 energy company personnel have participated in this introductory/refresher course. The Decision and Risk Analysis course combines project management theory with more advanced decision analysis techniques and has been completed by over 100 professionals. The Introduction to Energy Transition course covers highly contemporary topics and has been completed by over 150 people. Most courses result from repeat business and word of mouth recommendations. The training can be delivered in-house or multicompany format. Read on for more details.

Project Economics & Risk Training

Project economics training empowers professionals from a wide range of disciplines and lets them engage with decision makers using their language. See separate course details. Dundas offers project economics training programmes that consistently achieve 95%+ approval ratings. Clients for this training include Neptune Energy, Talisman, Taqa, Harbour, Premier Oil, Repsol, OEUK, Ineos, Spirit Energy, Chrysaor, Genesis, Subsea7, Ithaca, Kellas, EnQuest, MOL Group, Xodus and Dana.

Contact us at info@dundasconsultants.com to organise an in-house course, or to enrol on one of these multi-company "public" courses scheduled for 2024:

Course TitleLocationDateApply
Fundamentals of Project Economics & Risk Aberdeen Jan 23rd/24th email
Fundamentals of Project Economics & Risk London Feb 21st/22nd email
Fundamentals of Project Economics & Risk Houston March 6th/7th email
Fundamentals of Project Economics & Risk Dubai April 10th/11th  email
Fundamentals of Project Economics & Risk Aberdeen May 15th/16th email
Fundamentals of Project Economics & Risk Rio June 5th/6th email
Fundamentals of Project Economics & Risk Lagos June 12th/13th email
Fundamentals of Project Economics & Risk London Sep 18th/19th email

 

Decision and Risk Analysis Training

Dundas offers industry leading training in project management and Decision and Risk Analysis (DRA) with over 95% approval ratings from our clients. See course details adjacent. Clients for this training have included Taqa, Neptune Energy UK, Neptune Energy NL, Harbour Energy and Spirit Energy. Contact us at info@dundasconsultants.com to organise an in-house course, or to enrol on one of these multi-company "public" courses scheduled for 2024:

Course TitleLocationDateApply
Decision and Risk Analysis Aberdeen May 21st/22nd email
Decision and Risk Analysis London June 20th/21st email
Decision and Risk Analysis Houston July 3rd/4th email
Decision and Risk Analysis Dubai Aug 8th/9th  email
Decision and Risk Analysis Singapore Sep 11th/12th email
Decision and Risk Analysis Rio Oct 9th/10th email
Decision and Risk Analysis Oslo Oct 16th/17th email
Decision and Risk Analysis San Francisco Nov 26th/27th email

 

Introduction to Energy Transition Economics Training

Improve your technical & commercial awareness of The Energy Transition & keep your skills current. Contact us at info@dundasconsultants.com to organise an in-house course. Clients for this training have included Spirit Energy, Repsol, Harbour Energy, Neptune Energy, Genesis, MOL Group and Ineos.

Learning Objectives

A range of critical Energy Transition themes will be introduced, along with the policy, market and regulatory context. The energy transition themes of CCS, power from shore and hydrogen will be covered from an engineering, commercial and business case (economics) perspective. The course will thus provide you with the knowledge, language and tools to improve your technical and commercial awareness of the Energy Transition business. By participating, you’ll sharpen your focus on value creation in the energy industry and help keep your skills current. The course will enable you to:

  • Know the policy, market and regulatory context driving change
  • Understand the hardware scope & anticipate the technical, commercial & business case issues
  • Calculate detailed project cashflows for each of these energy transition themes; Carbon capture and storage, Hydrogen, offshore electrification

Course Content

The learning objectives will be achieved through a modular course structure. Hands on worked examples will include assessment of the business returns offered by energy transition capital projects.

The content includes:

  • Energy supply and demand fundamentals
  • European and UK energy business trends
  • Decarbonisation policy making & associated costs
  • Offshore carbon emissions
  • Subsidy models
  • Carbon capture and storage
  • Hydrogen
  • Power from shore

Who Should Attend?

Those working in energy companies, national & local government, engineering and consultancy companies who wish to keep their skills current and have a stronger impact on business performance in the energy industry. The course is ideally suited to professionals working in engineering, management, tax, finance, commercial, sales, marketing and other support roles.

Instructor

The course will be presented by Richard Woodhouse who has 29 years’ experience in the energy business combining engineering, project management and investment analysis roles. Richard spent eight years at Shell where he was an investment analyst prior to leading a large investment analysis team providing senior management with decision support for all of the Shell operated assets in Europe. Richard is a Director at Dundas and is very active in investment analysis, engineering and project management in energy projects.


Decision and Risk Analysis Training (2 days)

Gain the knowledge and skills to maximise energy project returns measured against agreed performance criteria.

Learning Objectives

The course will introduce participants to the fundamentals of excellence in early stage projects in the energy business, providing them with the knowledge and skills to maximise project returns measured against agreed performance criteria in the context of risk and uncertainty. Delegates will be trained in the importance of “Do the right project, do the project right”. Specifically, delegates will learn:

  • How to set goals, scope and priorities with project framing within stage gated project delivery context
  • The principles of quality decision making
  • How to focus project delivery on key economic and business performance metrics

Course Content

The learning objectives will be achieved through a modular course structure. Hands on worked examples are combined with presentations, quizzes & group exercises. The modules include:

Quantitative analysis

  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Decision tree theory
  • Value of information
  • Bayes theorem – buying imperfect information

Softer skills

  • Bias in decision making
  • Decision quality
  • Feelings about ‘utility’, gains and losses

Enabling processes

  • Project framing
  • Stage gated project delivery
  • Risk management
  • The 11 stage approach to Decision and Risk Analysis

Who Should Attend

Those working in energy companies, national & local government, engineering and consultancy companies who wish to have a stronger impact on business performance in the energy industry. The course is ideally suited to professionals working in projects, engineering, management, tax, finance, commercial, sales, marketing and other support roles.

Instructor

The course will be presented by Richard Woodhouse who has 29 years’ experience in the energy business combining engineering, project management and investment analysis roles. Richard spent eight years at Shell where he was an investment analyst prior to leading a large investment analysis team providing senior management with decision support for all of the Shell operated assets in Europe. Richard is a Director at Dundas and is very active in investment analysis, engineering and project management in energy projects.


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Introduction to Project Economics & Risk

Target Audience - Who Should Attend

Those working in energy companies that make capital investments in projects, or that provide services to those energy companies and wish to have a stronger impact on business performance. The course has previously been completed by professionals working in engineering, management, tax, finance, commercial, sales, marketing and other roles.

Learning Outcomes

The course will introduce you to the economic analysis of capital project investment opportunities in the context of risk and uncertainty, providing you with the knowledge, language and tools to improve your commercial business awareness and to sharpen your focus on value creation. The course will enable you to:

  • Engage with decision makers using their language
  • Calculate the profitability of a project with confidence
  • Understand and evaluate project risk
  • Calculate and understand the role of taxation in projects
  • Calculate project performance metrics such as IRR and NPV with confidence

Method of Delivery   

Face to face learning for two days, or live face to face via Microsoft Teams. Prereading is provided. Most topics include worked example tutorials to be completed in Microsoft Excel to fully embed the learning in the topic. Online quizzes are included to make the sessions more interactive and fun.

Accreditation  

This course is fully accredited by the Institution of Chemical Engineers

Course Outline   

  • The role of the project economist
  • Inflation, nominal and real terms money
  • The time value of money, risk and discounting
  • Discounted cash flows
  • Project economic metrics
  • Project taxation
  • Evaluation of incremental projects
  • Decommissioning economics
  • Bias in decision making
  • Introduction to decision trees
  • Value of information
  • IRR in unconventional projects
  • Sensitivity analysis

Course Presenter  

The course will be presented by Richard Woodhouse. Richard holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Heriot Watt university. He has 29 years’ experience in process industries combining process engineering and project economics roles. Richard spent eight years at Shell where he was the project investment analyst for a number of major assets and capital projects prior to leading a large project economics team providing senior management with decision support for all of the Shell operated assets in Europe. Richard is a Director at Dundas and is very active in project economics and chemical engineering consultancy. Richard has trained over 500 engineers, scientists, managers and other professionals in the subject of project economics and risk analysis. A key focus for Richard is to make the training experience engaging, hands-on, and based on real world project experience. The excellent customer feedback, typically exceeding 90% satisfaction, and resulting in a large volume of repeat business is the main motivation for the continued improvement and delivery of the course.  

How to Book a Place 

Dundas runs this course frequently on a multi-company, "public course" format in UK cities such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Aberdeen, Birmingham and Manchester. In addition, if you have 6 or more people attending from your company, an "in-house" course at a date of your choosing may be more cost effective. For more information or to book a place, simply email us at info@dundasconsultants.com and we'll get you enrolled.



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Project Economic Evaluation Tool (PEET)

Purpose

Spend more time evaluating the critical initiate, assess and concept select project phases where decisions can have the largest impact on ultimate business value.

Solution

Dundas has developed a powerful, simple to use Project Economic Evaluation Tool. The tool is in use by major North Sea energy companies. Our clients wanted a simplified Excel based economic tool to enable key professionals and managers across their business to rapidly carry out screening level evaluations of the business performance of projects.

Outcomes

  1. Faster project economic evaluations providing evidence of growth opportunities 
  2. Reduced workload on the central economics team resulting in less stress and enabling more evaluations during periods of high activity
  3. Increased economics literacy and a “value mind-set” across your business by removing organisational and tool related distance between economic evaluations and key functions such as engineering, wells, subsurface, commercial, exploration, projects and operations.

Simple to Use

Important characteristics of PEET include ease of use, ease of maintenance, powerful functionality, high quality documentation and strong version control. This means it can be widely deployed in your organisation.

Powerful Security Functionality

PEET incorporates powerful security functionality:

  • Trusted and secure,
  • Can’t be stolen, copied, moved
  • Centralised control over corporate level data and assumptions

Interested?

Contact us at info@dundasconsultants.com for more information, to arrange a demonstration and to discuss our flexible pricing options.

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Case Studies of our Work

Project Consulting - Project Management Consulting - Economics Consulting - Engineering Software Consulting - Project Management : Project Framing Training
Galetech Ltd - Offshore Hydrogen Storage Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Kellas and Flotation Energy - Floating Wind / Offshore Electrification Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Kellas Midstream Ltd - Hydrogen Storage Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Kellas Midstream Ltd - Hydrogen Project Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Repsol Sinopec, Decarbonising Power Generation Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Total Acorn Hydrogen and CCUS Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Centrica, A-Fields Late Life Strategy Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
OGUK, Risk Allocation in Decommissioning Contracts Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
ConocoPhilips, Teesside Terminal Late Life Strategy Review Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Appraise Phase Field Development Studies Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Talisman, Godwin ERD Drilling and Completion Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Talisman, Claymore Water Injection Projects Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
OGUK, Northern North Sea Rejuvenation Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Spectrum ASA, Impact of E&P Business on the Economy of Spain Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Talisman - Clyde & Fulmar CO2 EOR Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
BP, ETAP Production Optimisation Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Talisman, Development of Economics Screening Tool Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Total E&P, North Alwyn Secondary Power Generation Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Talisman, Tartan Redevelopment Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Talisman, Ross & Blake Life Extension (Appraise) Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation
Scottish Enterprise, Economic Impacts of CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery in the North Sea Opportunity Framing Economics Development Engineering Late Life Planning Exploration & Appraisal Infrastructure Optimisation

Projects

Client Feedback

“"The feedback on the Dundas Economics TRaining has been extremely positive"”

Workforce Manager, Global Projects Function, Talisman

“"The Dundas team is held in very high regard throughout our organisation"”

Developments Manager, Centrica

“Dundas has deep knowledge and insight on the North Sea oil industry, and applying this to new concepts such as CO2-enhanced oil recovery. We would be pleased to work with them again in future projects”

Energy Consultant, Element Energy

“"Dundas has made an enormous impact on some of our key strategic projects"”

Principal Appraisal Engineer, TAQA

“"Dundas evaluated a complex Enhanced Oil Recovery project value chain for us. The analysis exceeded our expectations"”

VP Commercial, Talisman

“"Dundas provided a rapid independent assessment of our contract alternatives and delivered independent assurance on our in-house evaluations"”

Commercial Manager, CNR

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Recruitment

Dundas is currently hiring Development Engineers, Petroleum Economists, Reservoir Engineers, Petroleum Engineers and Geoscientists. At Dundas you will be part of a winning team and can expect strong support and strong challenge from your colleagues.

If you have a track record of academic and professional excellence, the drive to succeed and the relationship skills required to exceed customer expectations then Dundas would like to hear from you. We can offer rewarding project assignments, city centre working and industry leading remuneration packages. To be considered, please use the contact form below. Alternatively, send your CV to info@dundasconsultants.com.  

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