2020.01 Minerals – Mineral Investors in the Permian: What to Expect in the Next 5 Years
Upcoming Webinar

Mineral Investors in the Permian: What to Expect in the Next 5 Years

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January 30, 2020 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM Central 
Do you currently invest in or own minerals in the Permian Basin?
 
Join us for a live webinar with Enverus Director of Energy Analysis, Sarp Ozkan, to learn what the production forecast looks like for the Permian Basin in the next 5 years. As a mineral owner or investor, you will learn how to think about the value of your assets and what the future of the Permian means to you.
 
You will walk away knowing:
 
  • The production forecast for the Permian Basin for the next 5 years
  • Which parts of the Permian Basin will continue to grow and which will experience the wrath of FCF problems
  • What are the most important activity metrics and leading indicators to keep track of as a mineral owner
 

Speakers

 2020.01 Minerals – Mineral Investors in the Permian: What to Expect in the Next 5 Years

Sarp Ozkan

Director, Energy Analysis

Sarp is the Director of Energy Analysis for Enverus Drillinginfo 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.

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