C&P: Oil and Gas Project Financing

Speaker: Allen Shook
Speaker Allen Shook
Executive Vice President & Partner Blue Rock Energy Capital   Allen Shook has been Executive Vice President and Partner of BlueRock Energy Capital since 2003.  Prior to joining BlueRock, he spent 8 years with Range Resources and its predecessor companies (Domain Energy and Tenneco Ventures) also generating, evaluating, closing, and ...

Executive Vice President & Partner
Blue Rock Energy Capital
 

Allen Shook has been Executive Vice President and Partner of BlueRock Energy Capital since 2003.  Prior to joining BlueRock, he spent 8 years with Range Resources and its predecessor companies (Domain Energy and Tenneco Ventures) also generating, evaluating, closing, and monitoring reserve-based financings. Before that he was in engineering and management positions with Maurer Engineering, Magnolia Methane, Gas Research Institute, and Tenneco Oil Company. Allen has 28 years of experience in engineering, operations, financial analysis, transactions, and technology development and technology transfer. Allen has a BS in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas, an MBA from the University of Houston, and is a registered professional engineer. He is active with the Society of Petroleum Engineers most recently by serving 6 years on the Gulf Coast Section’s Board of Directors, including Chairman for 2007-2008. 

Full Description
E&P headlines and articles in the press usually involve BIG projects, BIG companies, and BIG dollars beyond comprehension. However, there are thousands of small domestic companies (with very small staffs) producing, when combined, BIG volumes of oil and gas for the United States energy needs. How are these small individual companies and projects financed? Many different ways, but one way is through a variety of ‘mezzanine’ products. This talk will cover mezzanine in general and then focus on the details of one such simple method and approach. Helpful tips for engineers working on the technical ‘story’ for securing financing for themselves or others will also be discussed.
Organizer David Flores

When?

Thu, Jan. 21, 2010
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Where?

The Greenspoint Club
16925 North Chase Drive
Houston, TX 77060
US

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