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March 5, 2020 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM Central
- What impacts have we already seen on demand.
- New data and how we expect Q1 will close out.
- The global impact on demand and what’s next.
Al Salazar, MBA
Al joins the RSEG 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 (honors) from Syracuse University in 2007.
Director, Energy Analytics
Judith Dwarkin, PhD
Judith has over 30 years of experience in the energy sector, with a focus on energy market operations and regulation, transportation and policy. Judith specializes in energy commodity analyses and forecasting, and in-depth evaluations on market conditions and related impacts and issues. Prior to joining the firm, Judith was senior vice president with the Canadian Energy Research Institute, where she directed the research program on domestic and international crude oil, and conference and training divisions.
Ian Nieboer, P.Eng., CFA, MBA
Ian directs RSEG’s expanding Macro and International teams and oversees our flagship Hardcore report, an ongoing series that analyzes the oil and gas industry using the latest drilling and economic data. Ian delivers conference presentations, television interviews and advisory mandates for corporate and institutional clients. Prior to joining RSEG, Ian progressed through a variety of field and development engineering roles at Canadian Natural Resources. He is a CFA charterholder and a registered professional engineer in Alberta. He holds bachelor degrees in engineering physics and applied economics from Queen’s University and an MBA from IESE Business School.
Executive Director, Co-head of Intelligence
Trevor has been analyzing the energy industry for nearly two decades, signing on with RSEG in July 2003 after working three years as an economist at the Canadian Energy Research Institute. He graduated from the University of Calgary in 2000, earning a bachelor of arts degree (with distinction) in applied energy economics. Trevor is responsible for asset characterization and financial modeling, primarily focusing on U.S. plays and companies. A frequent presenter at industry conferences, he also regularly manages advisory projects involving corporate and asset level valuation.