Sector Expert: John Edwards

Credit Suisse

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John Edwards joined Credit Suisse in April 2012 as a director and senior equity research analyst covering publicly traded MLPs involved in energy and energy infrastructure, along with pipeline companies and companies that own the general partners to energy MLPs. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, he was senior vice president and senior equity research analyst for Morgan Keegan & Company Inc. Edwards also worked in equities research with Deutsche Bank Securities as a vice president and senior analyst covering natural gas pipelines. Prior to working in equities research, he held positions in project finance and business development for an affiliate of Edison International. He received his bachelor's degree in economics from Occidental College, and a master's degree in business s administration from California State University, Fullerton. He is a member of the Financial Analysts Society of Houston, Texas, and holds the CFA designation from the CFA Institute.



Recent Quotes

"We believe all of EEP's 2012 projects will contribute to its longer-range growth prospects."

The Energy Report Interview with John Edwards (1/10/12)
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"LINE's agreement will double its nat gas properties in the mid-continent."

— John Edwards, Credit Suisse (11/7/11)
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"We maintain our Outperform rating on ETP."

— John Edwards, Credit Suisse (11/4/11)
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"ETP's Louis Dreyfus Holdings acquisition has been a big positive."

— John Edwards, Credit Suisse (10/24/11)
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"We are raising our target and maintaining our Outperform rating for ETP."

— John Edwards, Credit Suisse (10/18/11)
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"We are raising ETP's rating to Outperform."

— John Edwards, Credit Suisse (10/12/11)
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"We believe that EEP is acutely undervalued at present."

— John Edwards, Credit Suisse (8/1/11)
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"ETP's NGL pipeline expansion could prove more lucrative than forecast."

— John Edwards, Credit Suisse (7/8/11)
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