Sector Expert: Andrew Coleman

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Andrew Coleman joined Raymond James Equity Research in July 2011 and co-heads the exploration and production (E&P) team. Since 2004, he has covered the E&P sector for Madison Williams, UBS and FBR Capital Markets. Coleman has also worked for BP Exploration and Unocal in a variety of global roles in petroleum and reservoir engineering, operations, business development and strategy. Coleman holds a Bachelor of Science in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University and a Master of Business Administration in finance and accounting with 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).



Recent Interviews

Andrew Coleman Wants to Know if You Are Ready for the Global Oil Surplus (4/24/14)

As North America continues to produce more oil and gas than the world knows what to do with, Raymond James Analyst Andrew Coleman thinks the sector is likely to remain sluggish. But if investing is a bit of a poker game, you need to learn to read the table if you want the best chance at a winning hand. In this interview with The Energy Report, Coleman explains the international supply/demand disparity and tells us which oil and gas producers he values highest in an uncertain energy market.

Potential Oil Glut! Raymond James Analyst's Contrarian Forecast (6/4/13)

Stepping away from the pack, Andrew Coleman of Raymond James Equity Research is making a contrarian forecast for an oil glut in 2014. Shale oil production is on the ascent, with the United States joining Saudi Arabia on the supply side, while China's hunger for oil may be sliding and demand in developed countries remains in decline. In this interview with The Energy Report, Coleman explains his thinking and names the producers best positioned to capitalize on the turbulence ahead.

Natural Gas Has Sex Appeal: Andrew Coleman (10/23/12)

With prices on the rise and a cold winter approaching, some gas names have already begun to rally. But Andrew Coleman of Raymond James takes a cautious approach—that's why he looks for oil and gas companies that can survive a tough market. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Coleman shares how to gain exposure to promising shale plays using defensive investing tactics. Read on to learn which companies are measuring up with strong balance sheets, dominant acreage positions and top-tier technology.

Recent Quotes

"We reiterate our Strong Buy rating for EXXI."

— Andrew Coleman, Raymond James (8/15/14)
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"EXXI's proved reserves of 246 MMboe grew 38% year over year."

— Andrew Coleman, Raymond James (8/5/14)
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"EXXI should generate +5% production growth over the next 12 months."

— Andrew Coleman, Raymond James (6/5/14)
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"We are raising our rating on EXXI to Strong Buy from Outperform."

— Andrew Coleman, Raymond James (5/19/14)
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"We note EXXI's potential upside catalysts."

— Andrew Coleman, Raymond James (5/1/14)
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"EXXI's acquisition of Energy Partners is part of a plan to create the largest pure-play Gulf of Mexico shelf producer."

The Energy Report Interview with Andrew Coleman (4/24/14)
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"EXXI announced it would acquire Energy Partners Ltd. in a $2.3B deal."

— Andrew Coleman, Raymond James (3/13/14)
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"EXXI's exploration catalysts are firming in late 2014."

— Andrew Coleman, Raymond James (2/10/14)
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