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Roundtable Forum: Integrated Oil Producers

STANLEY H. HARBISON, CFA, is a Senior Vice President and Energy Sector Leader in Oil and Gas Research at Zurich Scudder Investments. Prior, he worked at Capital Research Company in Los Angeles. Before that, Mr. Harbison was a New York City teacher. Mr. Harbison received his BA from Wesleyan University, a Masters in Education from the University of Massachusetts, a Masters in Liberal Arts from St. John's College, and a Masters of Public and Private Management from Yale University. Mr. Harbison has been affiliated with several professional organizations, including the National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts, the Oil Analysts of New York, of which he was President from 1986-1987, and the Accounting Review Group of the AIMR, Petroleum Subcommittee. Profile
MICHAEL C. YOUNG is a Managing Director at Gerard Klauer Mattison and is a senior member of the GKM Energy Group working in the firm's Boston office and is responsible for the analysis of the oil and gas industry. Prior to joining the firm in 2001, Mr. Young was a Managing Director and Senior Energy Analyst at Deutsche Bank for five years. Between 1987 and 1996, he was a Managing Director and the Senior Energy Analyst at Smith Barney, Inc. Mr. Young began his career on Wall Street in 1985 in New York, where he worked in the energy research group at Salomon Brothers, Inc. In 2000, he was ranked seventh among oil analysts in a Reuters survey of the top 100 fund managers in the US. Mr. Young also ranked fifth in a Wall Street Journal calculation of stock-picking performance for his sector. A CFA, he is also a member of the National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts and the Petroleum Analyst Group of Boston. Mr. Young is a graduate of Dartmouth College, where he received a BA in Economics and Governement. Profile
Fadel Gheit is a Managing Director and senior analyst covering the oil and gas sector. He spent six years with Mobil Oil and five years with Stone & Webster. He has been an energy analyst since 1986 with Mabon Nugent and JP Morgan and has been with Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. since 1994. He has been named to The Wall Street Journal All-Star Annual Analyst Survey four times and was the top-ranked energy analyst on the Bloomberg Annual Analyst survey for four years. He is one of the most quoted analysts on energy issues and has testified before the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives about oil price speculation, and is a frequent guest on TV and radio business programs. He holds a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Cairo University and an MBA degree in Finance from New York University. Profile
TWST: What is the business of an integrated oil company? What are the

sources of revenue?

Mr. Harbison: It's primarily a combination of what we call upstream and

downstream. Upstream is the