Join us to network for the Breakfast Speaker Series at The Egg & I featuring Raoul LeBlanc - Vice President, IHS Financial Services & Energy Insights.
Please Join the
Wharton Energy Network - Houston Chapter
Breakfast Speaker Series
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Raoul LeBlanc - Vice President, IHS Financial Services and Energy Insights
“Why the Unconventional Revolution will Survive and Thrive in a Low Oil Price Environment”
At The Egg & I
9778 Katy Freeway #600
Houston, Texas (N side of I-10, West of Bunker Hill)
Networking starts at 7:00 AM
Presentation starts at 7:30 AM
RSVP by June 13th to
firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-856-535-8181
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Raoul LeBlanc is a Managing Director on the IHS Financials team evaluating the dynamic North American onshore arena.
As a veteran of the industry and a former partner at PFC Energy, Raoul brings 20 years of experience in strategic and industry analysis. Familiar with a wide range of corporate and market issues, he has extensive experience on issues related to North American independents, upstream assets, and natural gas markets. From 1997-2006, Raoul worked at Anadarko Petroleum. During his tenure there, he directed the company's Strategic Planning effort, which assumed responsibility for strategy formulation, portfolio optimization, scenario planning, and competitor analysis. He also worked on the company's Mergers and Acquisitions team, evaluating and modeling financial results, operational performance and E&P corporate valuation.
Prior to Anadarko, Raoul was a senior oil analyst at Energy Security Analysis, a market analysis consulting company in Washington, DC where he held responsibility for Asian markets and worldwide distillate fuels.
Raoul has worked and studied in Japan, the Western Pacific, and Britain. He holds an undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and an M.A. in Energy and International Relations from the School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins Universit