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Sam Wahab began his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), where he qualified as a prize-winning chartered accountant. On PwC's energy team, he specialized in assurance and transaction advisory. His clients including Royal Dutch Shell and JKX Oil & Gas. Following a spell in the oil and gas research team at Arbuthnot Securities, Wahab joined Seymour Pierce in 2011. He heads up oil and gas equity research at the firm. His coverage includes companies with global operations on multiple stock exchanges.
How Exporting US Gas Will Transform Global Energy Markets: Sam Wahab (6/27/13) Here's the situation: North America is swimming in cheap natural gas, whereas international markets are thirsty for it and paying a premium. Now that the DOE is beginning to approve LNG export permits, North American producers have major incentive to drill, baby, drill. To get an expert perspective on the coming LNG supply shift, The Energy Report turned to Cantor Fitzgerald Analyst Sam Wahab, who keeps tabs on global oil and gas developments from his base in London. This is a must-read interview for anyone who wants to profit from a potentially massive shift in natural gas fundamentals.
Sam Wahab: Coal and Natural Gas Stocks That Could Profit in a Topsy-Turvy Global Market (1/10/13) From the coal beds of Indonesia to oil and gas fields throughout Europe, Sam Wahab of the London-based investment firm Seymour Pierce is a master at spotting investment opportunities in the topsy-turvy world of fluctuating energy prices. In this interview with The Energy Report, he deftly defines the structural problems affecting gas and coal markets, while identifying some plays that demonstrate the savvy to come out on top.
"I remain very bullish on TPL, which has performed in line with expectations following the farm out of its Tajik assets." (6/27/13) Tethys Petroleum Ltd. - The Energy Report Interview with Sam Wahab More >
"TCF plans to derisk its properties by drilling low-cost wells to reach early-stage production and generate cash flow." (1/10/13) CBM Asia Development Corp. - The Energy Report Interview with Sam Wahab More >