Thousands of energy executives around the world use Horizon to help better understand the political events and decision-makers that shape the environment for global oil and gas investment.

Horizon started out in 2003 with a narrow focus on oil and gas in Russia. Our idea was to go deeper into the key issues that affected energy investors and explain the way things actually work. We looked at the fundamental questions that we continue to address today: who are the real decision-makers for oil and gas? What do they want from IOCs? What do the political elites who control the sector think of specific foreign firms? And how can an IOC build a strategy that will succeed within a politically driven environment?

Over the last 13 years, we’ve expanded our coverage to over 30 countries around the world, from Iraq and Indonesia to Mexico and Mozambique. We've become trusted advisors to the world's largest energy companies, as well as financial institutions and companies in the mining, logistics, shipping and petrochemicals sectors.

We’ve applied the same thinking throughout all of our products and all of the countries we cover: In order to capture a new project or operate successfully, it’s critical to understand who’s in charge of the rules of the game and recognize what these people want. We advise our clients on how they can capitalize on this understanding and knowledge to be successful in their global ventures.


We focus on the role of key power-brokers, their political constituencies, rivals and allies to help our clients better understand the energy sectors in their target countries.


Horizon Client Access advises the world’s largest integrated and upstream energy companies. We work with these firms as a part of their network of trusted advisors. We support executive management, country and project managers and business development groups. Our firm has a long-standing and established client base of Fortune 100 companies from the US, Europe and Asia.


Our oil and gas Advisory Services provide a comprehensive solution to help investors identify and analyze developments and new opportunities in their target countries. The Advisory Services highlights the activities of political actors and state agencies with which international energy sector investors interact. Our energy research and consulting services have been custom developed to help energy investors overcome their toughest challenges.

Research Pipeline

Our Research Pipeline provides in-depth coverage of political, economic and commercial issues critical to our client's strategic decisions in the countries where they invest and operate. The Pipeline includes Current Reports, produced monthly, which address ongoing critical issues for foreign investors, and Latest Analysis, produced weekly, which provide access to intelligence and data on the latest developments in the energy sector.

Knowledge Center

Our Knowledge Center builds on our global network of contacts and library of technical, commercial and political data to create a comprehensive database of the energy sectors of key hydrocarbon-rich countries. This unique product allows investors to understand the structure of the industry including the roles of key individuals, their political constituencies, and their rivals and allies.

Rapid Response Research

Our Rapid Response Research analyzes specific events, projects, organizations or individuals in the energy sectors of our client’s target countries. Concise analytical briefings help clients quickly prepare for meetings with both senior decision-makers and working-level contacts. Briefings focus on, among other things, the influence and authority of top political figures, the backgrounds and connections of senior energy sector decision-makers and the interests and strategies of NOCs.


    Associate Editor

We’re seeking an Associate Editor to join us in New York. The editor will report to our Senior Editor and Head of Research and work with our expert analysts and contributors around the world.

Primary Responsibilities

• Edit weekly analyses of political developments worldwide, including in the Middle East, Russia and the former Soviet Union, Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America;
• Edit in-depth monthly reports, client briefings and text-heavy maps and visuals;
• Ensure all copy is factually accurate and conforms to the firm’s house style;
• Some administrative duties to help the editorial and research teams, as needed.

Desired Skills and Experience

A successful candidate has:

• Strong editing, copy editing, writing, fact-checking, and research skills;
• A background in journalism, political science or international relations;
• Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills;
• The ability to multitask and work in a deadline-oriented environment;
• A flexible, positive attitude;
• A sense of humor.

Major pluses include:

• Language skills (particularly Spanish, French, Arabic, Russian, Turkish or Portuguese);
• Demonstrated interest in energy issues, international politics and/or the oil and gas industry.

We offer a competitive salary, benefits, opportunities for growth, and a casual, collegial environment.

Please send your resume, along with a cover letter telling us about yourself and your interest in energy politics, to the attention of Cameron Hood at careers@hcaccess.com.

We look forward to hearing from you.