Northside: Heikkinen Energy Advisors 2018 Energy Market Outlook

Speaker: David Heikkinen
Speaker David Heikkinen
David Heikkinen serves as Chief Executive Officer of both Heikkinen Energy Advisors and its wholly owned broker/dealer, Heikkinen Energy Securities LLC.  Prior to founding the Firm in December 2012, he served as Global Head of E&P Research at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co and lead the E&P Research team at Capital One ...

David Heikkinen serves as Chief Executive Officer of both Heikkinen Energy Advisors and its wholly owned broker/dealer, Heikkinen Energy Securities LLC.  Prior to founding the Firm in December 2012, he served as Global Head of E&P Research at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co and lead the E&P Research team at Capital One Southcoast.  He gained industry experience at Shell where he served various operations and engineering roles focused in the Gulf of Mexico.  He serves on the Board of Directors at Red Mountain Resources, a publicly traded E&P company under RDMP.  He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology (formerly University of Missouri – Rolla) and an MBA from Tulane University.  He holds the Series 7, 24, 63, 86, and 87 licenses.

Full Description

Our outlook focuses on the best places to invest and the interplay between upstream, oilfield services, and midstream in 2018. We believe 2018 is set-up to be the best energy investing market in the last five years. We believe the current low valuations, low energy sector weightings in the overall market indices, improving earnings and cash flows, and more stable commodity prices set-up for energy outperformance. Crude oil is stable as growth in the United States is better understood by the commodity markets, even in the face of our 1.1+ MMbo/d of US oil growth in 2018. US growth provides opportunities in the midstream sector, but also likely results in higher Brent-WTI oil basis spreads as pipeline capacity is tight until mid-2019.

Organizer Angela Tse

When?

Tue, Feb. 13, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Southwestern Energy. 10000 Energy Dr, Spring, TX 77389
10000 Energy Dr,
Spring, Texas 77389

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