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Kimmeridge Energy

Founded in 2012, Kimmeridge Energy invests directly in unconventional oil and gas projects and assets, primarily in North America.
The Kimmeridge team consists of investment professionals with deep industry relationships and an in-house operating team with considerable experience in geologic evaluation, land acquisition and engineering.
Kimmeridge Energy maintains offices in New York City, Denver and London.

For more information about Kimmeridge Energy, please visit the Company's web site at www.kimmeridgeenergy.com.

http://www.kimmeridgeenergy.com/

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Neil McMahon - Managing Partner
Dr. McMahon is Managing Partner of Kimmeridge Energy

He was formerly Director of Research at Kimmeridge Energy and is responsible for private investments, particularly outside the US, and for developing Kimmeridge’s geological research and screening capabilities. Prior to this role, Dr. McMahon was a Senior Equity Research Analyst for the Global Integrated Oils at Sanford C. Bernstein, wh
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