Securing Louisiana's Economic Growth in a Volatile Energy Environment
Presented by: Center for Energy Studies and Gordon and Mary Cain Department of Chemical Engineering
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Energy Summit 2004

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Key Note Speaker
Paul Ziff, CEO
Ziff Energy Group

Paul Ziff ZEG Logo North American energy consultant Paul Ziff is widely respected for his well though-out and critically analysed future views, sometimes contrary to conventional wisdom. He is a student, at close range, of the evolution of the Canadian E & P industry.

Paul Ziff founded Ziff Energy Group over 2 decades ago in 1982, and has been advising Canadian, US and International clients ever since, with the support of 40 staff, and many associates, located in Calgary, Houston, and around the world.

Paul is a graduate of Harvard, and attended the Institute d'Etudes Politiques and University de Paris (Sorbonne) in Paris. After Energy Finance with a large Canadian Bank, Paul began his Alberta career as Director of Gas Pricing for key energy agency of the Alberta Government. Subsequently, he was a Canadian energy equity analyst.

In Canada, Ziff Energy pioneered analysis of Finding and Development Cost, Operating Cost, and People Productivity issues, from 1987 to current. Ziff Energy Group has grown internationally, and now has E+P clients in 10 countries and 4 continents, and has assembled the largest operations database in the world (3000 fields).
The firm also advises several dozen North American gas players regarding continental supply.

He has testified as an expert witness on natural gas issues before various regulatory boards in Canada and the United States. Paul gives speeches on upstream issues and the North American natural gas outlook around the world, including the World Petroleum Congress in Rio de Janiero in 2002, the International Association of Energy Economists last fall in Mexico, Corporate Strategy meetings, and a variety of Government and technical organisations.

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