Natural Resources >> Analyst Interviews >> December 6, 2012

U.S. Oil Supply Outstrips Sluggish Global Demand Growth

Coleman, Andrew
Andrew Coleman, Analyst, joined Raymond James & Associates, Inc., in July 2011 and coheads the E&P team. Since 2004, he has covered the exploration and production sector for Madison Williams, UBS and FBR Capital Markets. While in industry, Mr. Coleman worked for BP Exploration and Unocal in a variety of global roles in petroleum and reservoir engineering, operations, business development, strategy and planning. Mr. Coleman holds a B.S. in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University and an MBA in finance/accounting, including a specialization in energy finance, from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a director for the National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts (NAPIA), and a member of the Texas A&M Petroleum Engineering Industry Board, the Independent Petroleum Association of America’s (IPAA) Capital Markets committee and The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). Profile
TWST: It’s your hypothesis that oil market fundamentals are going to dramatically deteriorate over the next six months. What factors are going to contribute to that deterioration in your

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