Breakfast Speaker Series 2016


Date and Time
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
7:00am—10:00am
Location
The Egg & I 9778 Katy Freeway #600 Houston, Texas (N side of I-10, West of Bunker Hill)

Join us as the Wharton Energy Network hosts the Breakfast Speaker Series at The Egg & I featuring Sven del Pozzo -Director, North American Play Analytics.

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Breakfast Speaker Series
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Sven del Pozzo - Director, North American Play Analytics

“What’s it worth now? Company risk and reward in today’s unconventional oil plays”

 

Sven del Pozzo is responsible for equity analysis, asset valuations, and strategy assessment of US E&Ps, and often visits IHS clients and prospects. He also produces Company Play Analysis, focusing on the risked valuation of US unconventional oil and gas acreage and reserves as it pertains to corporate asset portfolios and M&A transactions. He has 15 years of experience in energy research, focusing on securities analysis in global exploration and production, as well as European integrated oil companies.

Prior to joining IHS Herold, he worked at a full-service investment bank and brokerage catering to start-ups and small to mid-sized North American E&Ps, counseling managers of US hedge funds and buy-side institutions. Mr. Del Pozzo is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the Stamford Society of Securities Analysts. He holds Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Series 7, 86, 87, and 63 licenses. He is fluent in Italian and Spanish and spent a good deal of his life living with his family in Italy. Upon completion of university in Canada, Sven won a scholarship and attended Eni Corporate University in Milan.

 

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Time: Networking starts at 7:00 AM
Presentation starts at 7:30 AM

Location: Houston, City Centre Area

Registration: Click HERE to register


Map & Directions

The Egg & I 9778 Katy Freeway #600 Houston, Texas (N side of I-10, West of Bunker Hill)

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