“Building an E&P in Colombia with an outlook on sector funding”
with Nathan Piper, Head of O&G Research, Investec
Colombia made fiscal/regulatory changes through 2003-2008 that encouraged foreign investment leading to a doubling of production to over 1 mb/d. This was achieved largely by Exploration and Production (E&P) companies, rather than majors.
However, more broadly, the outlook for E&Ps is challenging. This follows poor share price performance, increasing ESG demands from investors, and balance sheets that still need to be repaired.
We consider the funding outlook for E&Ps, against this backdrop.
PDF - Nathan Piper Colombia Presentation - 11Jun20
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Nathan Piper is Head of Oil & Gas Research at Investec where he leads their coverage of Exploration & Production (E&P) companies. Nathan has 20 years financial and commercial experience in the Oil and Gas sector.
Prior to joining Investec he was Head of Business Development at Amerisur Resources Plc, a Colombian focused E&P with assets in the Llanos and Putumayo Basins. He was #1 rated oil equity analyst (Extel Survey) at RBC Capital Markets where he became a Managing Director covering UK and TSX listed International E&P companies, including over 10 years focused on Colombia.
Nathan is a Fellow of the Geological Society, Director and Past President (2015-2017) of the Scottish Oil Club. He holds a Masters in Petroleum Geology (University of London).Nathan is a Fellow of the Geological Society, Director and Past President (2015-2017) of the Scottish Oil Club. He holds a Masters in Petroleum Geology (University of London).
Originally this event was due to be hosted by Pinsent Masons in their London offices. However, with the COVID-19 outbreak, the talk will now be delivered by webinar using the ‘Zoom’ Video Conferencing facility.
We are extremely grateful to Pinsent Masons LLP for their continued support of the SEF together with our other London event sponsors ‘RBC Capital Markets’ and ‘Gneiss Energy’.
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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak this event will now be delivered by webinar using the ‘Zoom’ Video Conferencing facility.
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After a brief introduction by our virtual host Bob Ruddiman – Head of O&G at Pinsent Masons LLP – our speaker Nathan Piper will deliver his webinar.
Questions of our speaker will be handled by our Chair through the ‘Group Chat’ facility on ‘Zoom’.
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4.50PM – Delegates join the webinar and wait for the host to activate the session.
5PM – Update from SEF Exec Sec and Chair.
5.05PM – Introduction of our speaker by virtual host Bob Ruddiman – Head of O&G Pinsent Masons.
5.10PM – Nathan Piper presentation.
5.45PM – Q&A through typed ‘Group Chat’ functionality. Managed by SEF Chair Nicola Gordon.
6.25PM – Vote of Thanks.
6.30PM – Webinar finishes
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