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Partnership Equity and Stretch Lending: Ray Edgar
Ray Edgar, a managing director of Oil & Gas at GE Energy Financial Services, spoke on partnership equity and stretch lending to a group of industry professionals at ADAM Energy Forum Dallas Chapter’s Capital Markets Symposium. The focus of the symposium is on educating members of various capital options available in the market. The ADAM Energy Forum membership group consists of E&P companies, capital providers, lawyers, land men, and other oil and gas service providers, primarily interested in the acquisition, divestiture and/or merger of oil and gas reserves.
Power Project Finance: Donald B. Kyle
Don Kyle, senior managing director of GE Capital Markets, Inc., participated in a panel at the Burns & Roe power markets conference, which is hosted annually in partnership with GE Power & Water. Mr. Kyle presented an overview of the project finance markets to an audience of about 200. His topics included discussions on the bank, Term Loan B and bond/fixed income markets, and a comparison of contracted versus merchant financing.
Perspectives on Financing ERCOT Market Projects: John D. Jones
John D. Jones, a managing director of Power & Renewable Energy at GE Energy Financial Services, presented at Infocast's 2014 ERCOT Market Summit. Drawing upon the impact of wind power on energy pricing in ERCOT, he explored the typical merchant financing structures and challenges for wind and thermal power generation projects, giving an overview of the landscape for each.
Winter Workshops on Energy Law, Energy and Mineral Law Foundation: Jerry M. Eyster
Jerry M. Eyster, senior vice president, Energy Investment Strategy at GE Energy Financial Services spoke about the US power and coal industries to a group of lawyers, consultants, investors, lenders and government officials, at the 2014 EMLF Winter Workshops on Energy Law. Jerry presented the challenges around growth in these industries with a deeper look into the environmental, economic and political factors that are affecting today's energy markets.
SNL Electric Generation Landscape Conference 2013: Debra Hemsey
Debra Hemsey, managing director, Power and Renewable Energy at GE Energy Financial Services sheds light on "Financing Trends for New Generation, Transmission and Generation-Related Gas Infrastructure," in a panel discussion. Drawing from GE Energy Financial Services' 30 years of energy experience, Debra highlights trends in power supply and demand and discusses financing opportunities driven by renewable energy and natural gas supply.
SHALE INSIGHT™ 2013 Conference: Corey Schneider
Corey Schneider, vice president of Risk, Natural Resources, represented GE Energy Financial Services at the SHALE INSIGHT™ 2013 Conference in Philadelphia. Speaking on a panel, "Capital Investment in the Basin" Corey discussed capital trends and growth opportunities for US-based companies, amidst the unconventional shale gas boom.
ACORE Renewable Energy Finance Forum - Wall St. 2013: Kevin Walsh
Kevin Walsh, managing director of Power and Renewable Energy, represented GE Energy Financial Services at the 10th annual ACORE REFF Wall St. conference in New York City. Speaking on a panel, "Adjusting to the Challenges of an Evolving Financial Landscape," Kevin shared his perspective on current industry trends and discussed GE Energy Financial Services' latest renewable energy transactions.
Clean Energy BC's Generate 2012: Mark Tonner
Mark Tonner, managing director and leader of Canada at GE Energy Financial Services, discusses the marriage of clean energy and clean technology and how new technology trends are impacting investor appeal for financing projects. He highlights GE's leadership in technology, global R&D advantage, and commitment to investing across the energy spectrum.
Platts 7th Annual Northeast Power Markets Conference: Jonathan Stark
Jon Stark, managing director, Power & Renewable Energy at GE Energy Financial Services, discusses a long-term investor's perspective on the Northeast power markets. He highlights GE Energy Financial Services' deep energy investing expertise and the challenges and opportunities facing renewable and conventional power investing in the Northeast United States.Read More
2012 PV America: Jim Mras
Jim Mras, senior vice president of Power and Renewable Energy at GE Energy Financial Services, discussed bankable utility–scale solar projects, highlighting GE Energy Financial Services $1.4 billion in solar commitments, including recent investments such as Desert Sunlight and Arlington Valley Solar projects.
2011 GreenPower Offshore Wind Power Conference: Jon Stark
Jon Stark, managing director of Power and Renewable Energy at GE Energy Financial Services, discussed why the GE unit sees significant growth potential in offshore wind, along with its expertise at investing in and financing large-scale wind projects.