Stealing the Permian- Which players are next in line for M&A activity?
Stealing the Permian- Which players are next in line for M&A activity? 01 March 2019 17:53 min Sven del Pozzo Upstream M&A activity has seemed...
Mr. Del Pozzo conducts securities analysis including equity and credit research on North American US E&Ps, asset valuations and forecasting, and assesses financial and operational strategies. He also publishes Company Play Analyses and Company Deal Analyses, focusing on creation or destruction of asset and shareholder value from operations, or mergers and acquisitions. He also aids in the research behind IHS Markit's SEAM reports (Significant Energy Assets on the Market) in the United States, issuing provisional valuations on assets that may be sold for any reason including activist investors or potential bankruptcy. He has 15 years of experience in energy research, focusing on securities analysis in global exploration and production as well as the European integrated oil sectors. Sven has broad experience, actively covering securities in diverse natural resource sectors including oil and gas exploration and production, oil and gas refining and processing, gas processing, transmission and distribution including regulated utilities, coal mining, and timber, whether vertically integrated or independent.
Prior to joining IHS Markit, he worked at a full-service investment bank and brokerage catering to start-up, small and midcap North American E&Ps, counseling managers of US hedge funds and buy-side institutions. Mr. Del Pozzo is a Registered Investment Advisor, holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, and is a member of the Stamford, Connecticutt Society of Securities Analysts. He recently held (FINRA) Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Series 7, 86, 87, and 63 licenses. He is fluent in Italian and Spanish and a citizen of both the United States and the European Union. Mr. Del Pozzo holds a BA (Honours) in Economics from Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and an MA in Energy and Environmental Economics from Eni Corporate University, in Milan, Italy.