Natural Resources >> Money Manager Interviews >> March 28, 2016

A Conservative Approach to Oil & Gas MLP Investing

Jorgensen, Jeff
Jeff Jorgensen is Portfolio Manager and Director of Research at Center Coast Capital Advisors, LP. He is responsible for leading the firm's research efforts across all of its investment products, and provides the firm's portfolio managers with macro and micro investable analytics on energy infrastructure investments. He also plays a prominent role in presenting Center Coast Capital Advisors, LP's investment views to clients and is an integral part of the firm's Investment Committee. Previously, Mr. Jorgensen was an Executive Director at UBS Investment Bank in the Global Natural Resources Group, and an Investment Banker with Morgan Stanley's Global Energy Group. He received a J.D., with honors, from the University of Texas School of Law and a B.A. in economics, managerial studies and sports management from Rice University. Profile
Chisholm, Robert
Robert Chisholm has 13 years of midstream energy industry experience and has served as Senior Portfolio Manager since joining Center Coast Capital Advisors, LP, during its inception in 2007. He also serves on the Investment Committee and is responsible for overseeing the MLP research, portfolio construction and ongoing portfolio management. He was named a Principal in 2010. Previously, Mr. Chisholm was in Morgan Keegan’s Energy Investment Banking Division and a Senior Project Advisor at Enbridge Energy Partners, LP, where he advised on over $8 billion of mergers and acquisitions within the MLP space. He began his career in the energy industry at Koch Industries, Inc. where he served in various roles in their Capital Market, Hydrocarbon and Midstream group. Mr. Chisholm holds an MBA from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas and a BBA in finance from Texas Christian University. Profile
TWST: Let’s start by telling our readers a bit about Center Coast Capital's history and overall business.

Mr. Chisholm: Center Coast Capital is a bit different