AIPN-YN Breakfast Speaker Series "Global Oil Market and M&A Outlooks, Focus on LatAm"
Thursday, May 4, 2017 (8am - 9am US/Central)
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld
1111 Louisiana Street [map]
Houston, TX 77002
Carlos Garibaldi, Head of Global Exploration New Ventures and Acquisitions, EcoPetrol
Online registration is now closed. Onsite registration will be available.
Carlos Garibaldi, Head of Ecopetrol’s Global Exploration New Ventures and Acquisitions, will cover current Oil & Gas M&A market and what we can expect in the near future, specifically focusing on:
• Oil Price - are we balancing yet?
• Two Religions: Peak Supply vs. Peak Demand
• The Deepwater Cruise Liner vs. the Permian Speedboat
• Global M&A Market Trends
• Where are Strategic investors, SOEs, Sovereigns, Institutional, and Private Equity Playing?
• Opportunities in and Implications for Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, and Argentina
Continental breakfast and networking starts at 7:30 a.m. There will also be time for questions and brief discussions, so come prepared with questions.
Registration is $20 for members; $25 for non-members and $10 for students.
AIPN-YN is dedicated to providing energy professionals with quality education, opportunities to connect, network and stay informed about industry developments.
Carlos Garibaldi is currently leading Ecopetrol’s Global Exploration New Ventures and Acquisitions from Houston. With over 35 years of industry experience, Carlos’ career evolved from hands-on field operations to reservoir engineering, planning, business development, and M&A&D, mostly on Latin America.
Carlos previously worked as at HSBC (Managing Director of Global Banking, Resources & Energy Group), Amoco (Argentina, Research and International), Plains Resources (VP Engineering, VP M&A), Arthur D. Little, San Jorge International (President & COO), Chevron Latin America (Vice President of Business Development), G&G Energy Consultants (Founding Partner), The Scotia Group (Partner), Harrison Lovegrove (Managing Director Americas O&G M&A and Partner) and Standard Chartered Bank (Managing Director for Latin America O&G M&A), Tecpetrol (Country Manager USA and Dir Bus Dev) and HSBC (Managing Director O&G Advisory Americas).
Carlos earned a professional degree in Chemical Engineering from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, a M.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Tulsa, and an MBA from Rice University.
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