Natural Resources >> Analyst Interviews >> March 5, 2001

European Energy Stocks: Sue Graham – Merrill Lynch

SUE GRAHAM joined Merrill Lynch in January 1986 having worked previously for Scott Goff Layton and Grieveson Grant. She is a member of Institutional Investor's Global Team (1) and also on the All-European Team for Pan-European (1) and UK research. She is a Managing Director and acts as Global Co-ordinator for the ML oil team. She has considerable experience in IPOs. Privatisations and other equity issues and listings, being involved in those for British Gas, CNOOC, Elf Aquitaine, Energy Africa, ENI, Enterprise Oil, Lasmo, MOL, Norsk Hydro, OMV, Petrobras, Repsol, Saga Petroleum and YPF. She also has considerable M&A experience being involved in the Repsol/YPF and TOTAL/PetroFina/Elf transactions. She has an MA in Chemistry from Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford and is an associate of the Institute of Petroleum, a member of the Institute of Investment Management and Research and a member of the Securities Institute. Married, her overwhelming passion is for cats of all shapes and sizes. She is currently 'owned' by four rescue felines; all named after oil companies, Elf, Total, Repsolito and Petrobras. When not being firmly under the paw, she enjoys opera, theatre, reading and art. She collects Jules Cheret posters and art involving cats. Profile
TWST: Would you start us off with a quick generic characterisation of

the universe of stocks that you're following, Sue, please?

Ms. Graham: The universe of stocks that I follow is twofold.