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As vice president of the energy group, Bruce Edgelow is responsible for helping to build ATB Financial's energy business and capabilities. His team consists of specialists in all aspects of the energy industry, including: drilling and service, pipelines, utilities, midstream, exploration and production. Before joining ATB, Bruce was a senior Royal banker and has more than 39 years of experience with a focus on the oil and gas industry.
Bruce Edgelow: Optimistic Banker Sees 'Encouraging Time in the Basins' (9/3/13) Bruce Edgelow is optimistic. The energy group vice president for ATB Financial says technological advances have opened new exploitation opportunities for the Canadian oil and gas market and have improved the industry's ability to monitor and respond to leaks, spills and other system issues. Selective access to capital and consolidation has presented challenges for producers, but it's an encouraging time in the basins, Edgelow says. In this interview with The Energy Report, he discusses the players he likes and why.
What Lies Ahead for Junior E&Ps: Bruce Edgelow (5/15/12) The landscape of the junior oil and gas industry has changed significantly over the last five years. What will the playing field look like five years from now? These are the questions that ATB Financial's Bruce Edgelow will discuss at his upcoming SEPAC Oil & Gas Investor Showcase keynote address, but in this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Edgelow gives us a sneak preview. Read on as Edgelow examines which industry trends are likely to continue, and what it will take for juniors to attract investment capital in an increasingly competitive market. The only constant investors can expect, Edgelow argues, is change.
Bruce Edgelow: New Technology Solutions Mean New Opportunities (9/20/11) U.S. banks may be increasingly reluctant to loan, but ATB Financial Energy Group's Bruce Edgelow is actively supporting opportunity-rich Canadian juniors. His participation with energy explorers and producers (E&Ps) offers him a bird's eye view of new, high-potential technologies. Energy extraction from carbonate reservoirs, Bruce says, represents a potential bonanza for investors. In this exclusive Energy Report interview, he shares some attractive names pioneering the most promising technique since fracking.
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