• Colorado School of Mines
    M.S. Mineral & Energy Economics (2012)
  • California State University Monterey Bay
    B.A. Global Studies (2006)

Summary of Experience

Mr. Mysilvec has 10 years of analyst experience. During his education at the Colorado School of Mines, Ian completed a valuation of an oil field using techniques such as stochastic discounted cash flow and Monte Carlo simulation of these as geometric Brownian motion, discounting risks at their source with financial market information, and real options valuation for managerial options, such as altering the drilling schedule, adding wells, workovers, etc.

Before joining Baker & O’Brien, Ian worked as a Consulting Analyst for Argus Media, where he developed and priced scope of projects, statistical analysis, market research, and prepared and delivered reports and presentations.

As a Planning Analyst for Occidental Oil & Gas, Ian modeled and evaluated workover projects using risk adjusted incremental DCF valuation. He also analyzed competitors using Texas Railroad Commission data, 10-K financial statements, and internal data on joint ventures.

As a Business Consultant for Quintiq Inc., Ian led the design of an operations research-based planning and scheduling application for one of the largest aluminum sheet metal plants in North America.

Previous Experience

2021 - 2022: Argus Media,
Consulting Analyst

2014 - 2020: Occidental Oil & Gas,
Planning Analyst

2012 - 2013: Quintiq Inc.,
Business Consultant