EnerCom has booked global oil and gas giant Eni, SpA Vice President Andrew Lees to deliver the keynote luncheon address at The Oil & Gas Conference® on Aug. 14, 2019. The conference is August 11-14, 2019, at the Westin Denver Downtown hotel.

Buyside investors and oil and gas company professionals may register for the event through the conference website.

Eni VP Andrew Lees to Keynote EnerCom Conference Luncheon Aug. 14, 2019 - Oil & Gas 360

Eni, SpA Vice President Andrew Lees will keynote the EnerCom conference luncheon on Aug. 14, 2019. Registration is open online.

Lees draws on a wealth of energy investing, analysis and oil and gas finance and capital experience in his leadership of Eni, SpA’s (stock ticker: E) North American investor relations duties. Before joining Eni in 2015, Lees was principal at Gadsden Enterprises, LLC. Lees previously served as Invesco’s lead portfolio manager for both the energy team and the gold and precious metals team. He entered the investment industry in 1994 and worked for Invesco from 2005 to 2013. Before Invesco Lees served as director of investment banking with Trinity Capital Services, director and research analyst with RBC Capital Markets, VP and senior analyst for Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., senior analyst for Petrie Parkman & Co., and as a research analyst for A.G. Edwards.

EnerCom said completing online registration well in advance of The Oil & Gas Conference® will provide your best chance to gain insight from global supermajor Eni during Mr. Lees’ luncheon as well as hearing the luncheon discussions with Continental Resources Chairman and CEO Harold Hamm and Occidental Petroleum SVP and chief financial officer Cedric Burgher earlier in the conference.Eni VP Andrew Lees to Keynote EnerCom Conference Luncheon Aug. 14, 2019 - Oil & Gas 360

Eni is developing the Goliat field in the Barents Sea offshore Norway using the largest and most sophisticated cylindrical floating production and storage unit (FPSO) ever built, with production capacity of a million barrels of oil. Source: Eni, SpA

The list of EnerCom’s 2019 presenting companies includes (but is not limited to) the following companies:

  • Eni, SpA (NYSE: E) – one of the global oil and gas super-players – operating in 67 countries worldwide, 30,000 employees, with upstream, midstream and downstream operations
  • Continental Resources (NYSE: CLR) – top ten U.S. E&P, with a focus on oil and natural gas production in the Bakken and the STACK/SCOOP; 1.5 billion BOE proved reserves at 12/31/2018.
  • Occidental Petroleum (NYSE: OXY) – top 10 U.S. E&P, with operations in the U.S., Middle East and Latin America, with significant midstream and chemical business units
  • Whiting Petroleum (NYSE: WLL) – a top crude oil producer in the Bakken-Three Forks play in North Dakota and operator of substantial assets in northern Colorado
  • Fleur de Lis Energy (PRIVATE) – a “hybrid” private equity investment firm and oil and gas operator that has drilled 15 horizontal wells in the Permian Basin
  • Anschutz Exploration Corporation (PRIVATE) – independent oil and gas company with current projects in the Powder River and Washakie Basins of Wyoming, the Piceance and DJ Basins of Colorado, and the Uinta Basin of Utah
  • Bonanza Creek Energy (NYSE: BCEI) – independent E&P with operations focused in the Wattenberg Field in the DJ Basin of Colorado and the Cotton Valley sands of southern Arkansas
  • PDC Energy (NASDAQ: PDCE) – operates in two geographically distinct areas of the country, with primary interests in the DJ Basin’s Wattenberg field in Weld County, Colorado, and in Reeves and Culberson Counties, West Texas, in the Delaware basin
  • HighPoint Resources (NYSE: HPR) – DJ Basin operator in northern Colorado and southeast Wyoming, with acreage positions exclusively in rural areas with no urban exposure
  • Jagged Peak Energy (NYSE: JAG) – pure play Delaware Basin operator with 75,000 net acres in the Southern Delaware
  • Denbury Resources (NYSE: DNR) – operations in two key operating areas, the Gulf Coast and Rocky Mountain regions, with combination of exploitation, drilling and CO2 enhanced oil recovery operations
  • Range Resources (NYSE: RRC) – discovered and pioneered the Marcellus shale play, 875,000 acres and 1.9 Bcfe/day net production from Appalachia Q4 2018, 18.1 Tcfe of proved reserves company-wide at Dec. 31, 2018
  • SM Energy (NYSE: SM) – successful operator in the Midland and Eagle Ford shale basins, expects 2Q2019 production to be 126-131 MBoe/d; targeting free cash flow in 2H2019
  • SilverBow Resources (NYSE: SBOW) – Eagle Ford pure play producing 227 MMcfe in Q42018 and proved reserves of 1,345 MMcfe (81% natural gas) at Dec. 31, 2018
  • Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE: COG) – one of the largest Marcellus-focused gas producers; Cabot’s 2019 capital budget is approximately $800 million; for 2019 Cabot plans to drill and complete 85 to 90 net wells and place 80 to 85 net wells on production.
  • Core Laboratories (NYSE: CLB) – industry leading reservoir optimization company with two key business segments: Reservoir Description and Production Enhancement. Core Lab works with NOCs, integrated supermajors and independent E&Ps in every oil and gas jurisdiction.
  • Earthstone Energy (NYSE: ESTE) – independent E&P that has assets that it is developing in the Midland (27,000 net acres and 172 gross producing wells) and Eagle Ford (20,000 net acres and 144 gross producing wells) basins.
  • Goodrich Petroleum (NYSE: GDP) – natural gas leader in the Haynesville shale (19,000 net acres) with additional assets in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (43,000 net acres) and the Eagle Ford (14,000 net acres).
  • GeoPark (NYSE: GPRK) – rapidly growing onshore producer in Latin America with asset platforms in Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Chile, and Argentina. GeoPark has grown company-wide production to 70,000+ BOEPD in 2018 from 39,600 BOEPD in 2010.
  • Lilis Energy (NYSE: LLEX) – Delaware Basin pure-play – 20,000 net acre-contiguous acreage block in Loving and Winkler Counties, with additional acreage in Lea County, New Mexico. Focused on Wolfcamp, Bone Springs and Avalon formations.

 Who Attends the Conference: More than 2,000 institutional, private equity and hedge fund investors, family offices, energy research analysts, retail brokers, trust officers, high net worth investors, investment bankers and energy industry professionals gather in Denver for the conference.

EnerCom History and Sponsors: EnerCom, Inc. founded The Oil & Gas Conference® in 1996. It is the oldest and largest energy investment conference in Denver.

  • Global sponsors of EnerCom’s conferences are Netherland, Sewell & Associates; and Drillinginfo.
  • Sponsors of The Oil & Gas Conference® 24 include CIBC; Credit Agricole CIB; McGriff, Seibels & Williams; Haynes and Boone; Moss Adams; PNC; Preng & Associates; Bank of America Merrill Lynch; DNB Bank ASA; Holland & Hart; MUFG; Petrie Partners; SMBC; and Wells Fargo.


Eni: Offshore Production from Big Plays - Multinational Energy Company

Eni is a multinational energy producer headquarted in Rome.

The company has operations in 67 countries worldwide, with 30,000 employees in upstream, midstream and downstream operations.

Eni reported daily production for oil and gas of 1.85 MMBOPD for 2018. The company’s adjusted operating profit for 2018 more than doubled its 2017 operating profit and represented Eni’s best performance of the past eight years, Eni reports.

In 2018 Eni, SpA’s upstream exploration group operated in:

+Angola on the West Hub and East Hub projects;

+Egypt on Zohr, the largest deposit in the Mediterranean Sea;

+Nooros, offshore in the Nile Delta;

+the Republic of Congo on the Nené Marine project;

+Indonesia with Jangkrik; and

+offshore Norway with Goliat.  

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