Malcolm has over 30 years' experience in the Oil & Gas sector. He writes an acclaimed daily blog www.malcysblog.com read by much of the resources industry as well as investors both institutional and retail. Malcolm is a Founding Partner of HydroCarbon Capital, which provides independent advisory services to the Oil and Gas sector and a Director of the Maven Income and Growth VCT 4 PLC, a venture capital trust listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Echo Energy plc is a full cycle, Latin American focused exploration-led AIM-listed E&P company with an exciting asset base in Latin America. The company say: “We have an ambitious growth strategy to deliver shareholder value from both the existing portfolio and new opportunities”.
Echo Energy is founded on a culture which combines a bold and adventurous growth strategy with a strong belief in fair and equal treatment for private and institutional investors.
Savannah Petroleum is a British independent oil and gas company focused around high quality projects in Niger and Nigeria. Savannah’s flagship assets include the R1/R2 and R3/R4 PSCs, which cover c.50% of the highly prospective Agadem Rift Basin of South East Niger, and where Savannah has recently made 4 oil discoveries from its first 4 exploration wells – a 100% success rate, with drilling continuing. The company is also in the process of acquiring interests in the cash generative Uquo and Stubb Creek oil and gas fields and a 20% interest in the Accugas midstream business in South East Nigeria from Seven Energy.
SDX Energy is a North Africa focused international E&P business with high margin production and transformational exploration upside. SDX is engaged in exploring, developing and operating oil and gas assets focused mainly in Egypt. SDX was created in 2015 by merging Sea Dragon Energy and Madison PetroGas. It has high margin producing assets, is cash flow positive, has no debt and net production of over 3,237 boe/d. 2P reserves are 13.5 mmboe.
Nigel Cassidy, our regular event presenter, is a highly experienced financial host, writer and broadcaster – perhaps best known for his years presenting the business news on BBC Radio 4’s iconic Today programme, and for the time he spent on the road as a roving TV business correspondent for BBC World News. He also hosted Share Radio’s breakfast show.