Nick leads Enverus’ ESG efforts supports the power & renewable team, helping the energy industry navigate the evolving market landscape. He joined Enverus (ITG) in 2015 and initially focused on onshore U.S. asset valuation and optimization, leading the Gulf Coast research team. Nick graduated from Queen’s University with a degree in engineering chemistry and earned his CFA charter in 2019. He is based in Sydney, Australia.
With over 13 years’ experience in the energy industry, Bernadette has earned the reputation of industry expert with extensive experience providing crude, natural gas, NGL, power and broad energy market fundamentals analysis and advisory services to various players globally. Prior to joining Enverus (Ponderosa Advisors), Bernadette provided analytics and research support on natural gas, power and oil futures market s for a team of financial traders at Sasco Energy Partners and was a consulting project team lead with BENTEK Energy, LLC. Bernadette regularly provides expert testimony and market expertise to various state and regulatory agencies, was honored in Hart’s 40 under 40 class in 2019 and Oil and Gas Investor’s 25 Influential Women in Energy class of 2021. In addition to these honors, Bernadette serves on the IPAA/PESA Education Advisory Board and SPE Reservoir Advisory Committee in the area of Economics. Bernadette holds a MS Degree in International Political Economy of Resources and a BS Degree in Economics, from the Colorado School of Mines.
Al is a member of the Enverus Intelligence team with 18 years of experience in the energy industry with EnCana/Cenovus and Suncor. His 15 years at EnCana/Cenovus were focused on the fundamental analysis of oil, natural gas and power for the purposes of forecasting, hedging and corporate strategy. Al graduated from the University of Calgary in 2000, earning a bachelor of arts degree in applied energy economics and an MBA with honors from Syracuse University in 2007.
Sarp is a Director of Energy Analysis at Enverus Market Intelligence. He has research and modeling experience in the upstream and downstream markets and has presented his work at various academic conferences around the world, including those organized by the SPE and the IAEE. He has also been published in the SPE Economics & Management Journal for his work on the long-term economic viability of production from unconventional liquids-rich reservoirs. Sarp’s focus on data-driven modeling and his ability to incorporate the effects of technological and market advances into analyses provides clients a thorough picture of the present and the future in their area of interest within the oil and gas industry.
Sarp holds a Master of Science in Mineral and Energy Economics from the Colorado School of Mines, a Master of Science in Petroleum Economics and Management from the Institut Francais du Petrole (IFP School), and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Chicago.