The HAPL November Webinar will be held online on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm. This luncheon will be certified for 1 CPL/RPL credit.
Topic: “Capital Discipline and the Energy Transition Journey”
Alexandra Pruner, Senior Advisor to leading energy investment bank, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., and public company Board member, will speak on energy companies’ laser focus on capital discipline and strategic efforts to address the “energy transition.”
Against a backdrop of ongoing capital needs to fund depleting oil and gas reserves, and the billions of capital required to build the infrastructure to support alternative forms of energy, energy companies are rapidly transforming themselves to attract fickle investors. These transformations create opportunities for energy employees, from landmen to financiers, as they traverse the journey together.
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Speaker Alexandra Pruner, Senior Advisor, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.
Alexandra Pruner serves as an independent director on the Boards of NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NRG); Plains All American (NYSE: PAA & PAGP) as well as CPPIB-backed Encino Acquisition Partners. A founding partner of the energy investment bank Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., Ms. Pruner also serves as a Senior ...
Alexandra Pruner serves as an independent director on the Boards of NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NRG); Plains All American (NYSE: PAA & PAGP) as well as CPPIB-backed Encino Acquisition Partners. A founding partner of the energy investment bank Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., Ms. Pruner also serves as a Senior Advisor to that investment bank and its parent, Perella Weinberg Partners, following her retirement from the combined firm in 2018 where she served as the CFO and on the Executive Committee.
Ms. Pruner's extensive energy background also includes having served as Publisher of the industry technical journal World Oil, as well as 10 years at operating companies, including both an upstream firm (Houston Exploration) and midstream/gas utility (NUI Corporation), where she headed investor relations and related activities. Early in her career, Ms. Pruner also spent six years at Shearson Lehman Brothers in NYC.
Active in community and industry affairs, Ms. Pruner was the founder of the Women's Global Leadership Conference in Energy, now in its 15th year and is a frequent speaker on the topic of inclusiveness. Ms. Pruner serves on the Board of the Houston Zoo and as Chair of the state advisory board of the Children's Defense Fund. She currently serves as the President of the Brown University Advisory Council for the Economics Department (where she earned her BA). She and her husband have two grown children and a son-in-law.