Natural Resources >> Analyst Interviews >> December 7, 2009

Unconventional Plays In Natural Gas – Darren Horowitz – Raymond James & Associates

Darren Horowitz joined Raymond James & Associates, Inc., in 1999, and he spent his first three years working within equity research as a Retail Liaison and Equity Product Analyst before joining the energy research team in 2002. As an Analyst, he spent more than five years focused on offshore drillers, manufacturers and diversified service companies, after which he changed his focus to the burgeoning midstream suppliers sector in 2007. Mr. Horowitz added select exploration & production companies to his coverage in 2009, and he was recognized for his coverage in the oil exploration and production, transportation-land & sea, and oil & gas pipelines sectors in the Forbes "Blue-Chip Analyst" survey for 2009. Mr. Horowitz earned a B.S. from the University of Florida, with a major in finance and a minor in economics. Profile
TWST: Are we stuck here in a $5-plus-or-minus price range for gas?

Mr. Horowitz: When you look at the supply/demand fundamentals of the domestic natural gas market, there are several variables that we