Sector Expert: Bill Bonner

Brickburn Asset Management Inc.

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Bill Bonner is cofounder and president of Brickburn Asset Management, a Calgary-based investment counseling firm largely focused on the Canadian energy sector. He is directly responsible for managing energy investments in public market portfolios, private client portfolios and private equity pools. With more than 30 years of energy capital markets experience, Bonner brings a perspective to Brickburn Asset Management that has been built on a solid foundation and in-depth knowledge of Canada's energy sector. Prior to founding Brickburn Asset Management, Bonner was a founding director of Network Capital, the predecessor to Brickburn. His career also included 14 years with Peters & Co. Ltd., where he was a significant shareholder, member of the executive committee, and managing director of institutional sales and trading.



Recent Interviews

Bill Bonner's Ten Undervalued Plays in Western Canada (6/12/14)

Bill Bonner's Brickburn Asset Management is located in Calgary, the financial brain of booming oil and gas plays in Western Canada. Bonner knows the reputations of the local managers, the geological promise of oil and gas field rigs, and how production for export is being pumped up as Asian companies with deep pockets throw tons of money at small producers. In this interview with The Energy Report, Bonner shares 10 names where these stars align.

Canadian Oil to Support Market Growth: Bill Bonner (12/15/11)

As developing countries increase their energy consumption, the oil and gas sector will continue to grow, powered by Canadian companies feeding global demand. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, President and Portfolio Manager Bill Bonner of Brickburn Asset Management in Alberta reveals several energy companies with maximum production and growth potential.

Recent Quotes

"RE is successfully developing its light oil assets, as well as heavy oil."

The Energy Report Interview with Bill Bonner (6/12/14)
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"MEI put the right managers and technical people into the driver's seat."

The Energy Report Interview with Bill Bonner (6/12/14)
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