Adrian Goodisman joins Energy Advisors Group as a Partner in the firm

HOUSTON, January 25, 2022:  Energy Advisors Group (EAG), a leading energy advisory firm is pleased to announce the appointment of Adrian Goodisman as a Partner in the firm.

Adrian originally joined the firm in March 2021 as an Advisory Board Director and has been a key contributor to the firm in several areas, including assisting the firm in expanding its international and cross border business, while also taking on larger domestic mandates. 

Goodisman joins EAG with over 30 years of investment banking and technical experience in the Oil & Gas Exploration & Production (E&P) sector.  He previously worked for Moelis & Co, a leading global independent investment bank where he provided financial and strategic advice to upstream oil and gas companies. Prior to Moelis & Co. he was a Managing Director at Scotiabank where he served in a variety of positions including Co-Head U.S. of Scotia Waterous – the firm’s oil and gas investment banking division. Prior to Scotiabank, Mr. Goodisman was a Managing Director and President at Waterous & Co USA, the predecessor to Scotia Waterous, where he was responsible for building out the firm’s US practice. Before Waterous & Co, he was a Senior Vice President at Ziff Energy Group. Mr. Goodisman also gained extensive technical experience earlier in his career serving in a variety of roles and locations at Phillips Petroleum (now ConocoPhillips).

“Adrian’s experience building and developing businesses, as well as his deep client relationships particularly in the E&P space, will be a perfect complement to our growing energy coverage franchise,” said Ronyld Wise, Founder of EAG. “Given the improvement in oil and gas prices, we expect to see an increase in M&A activity. In particular, we expect significant acquisition and divestiture activity at the asset level, as companies look to re-balance their portfolio. Adrian’s years of investment banking experience and technical expertise will be incredibly beneficial as our upstream oil and gas clients seek advice on how to adapt to this dynamic.”

Goodisman presently serves on the Advisory Board of the Bilateral Chamber (founded as the Bilateral U.S. – Arab Chamber of Commerce), as well as the Advisory Board of Globalturk Capital. Additionally, he is a Partner at Bancroft Guyana Investment Group.

Goodisman holds an MS degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas, and previously served as a Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) distinguished lecturer. He is also a registered representative of FINRA, holding Series 24, 7 and 63 licenses.

About Energy Advisors Group

EAG has been a trusted advisor to clients in both the upstream and midstream energy industry for more than 30 years. The firm assists clients with portfolio rationalization and optimization, and offers advice on commercial alternatives and transaction strategy. EAG’s proprietary CRM tools offer extensive market intelligence on past transaction activity, current M&A appetite, and forward plans. Comprised of engineering, geoscience, finance and marketing professionals, EAG does the heavy lifting for clients by efficiently organizing data, carrying out in-depth technical analysis, preparing tailored marketing materials, and leveraging complementary marketing channels to promote a successful sale process.  EAG provides sellside, buyside, prospect marketing, and select capital markets services. EAG typically closes 30 to 35 deals per year and has successfully completed over 1,000 transactions since 1989. 

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