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Mr. D. Barry McKennitt

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Executive Director

Phone: (978) ***-****  HQ Phone
National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts
415 Hayward Mill Road
Concord , Massachusetts 01742
United States

Company Description: The National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts (NAPIA) is a professional organization whose members represent financial institutions such as investment...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    U.S. National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts
  • Vice President
    Equitor North
  • Founding Director
    National Association of Petroleum

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Bachelor of Science degree
  • Master of Science degree , Geology
  • Masters Degree , Business
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Web References
NAPIA - National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts
www.napia.org, 30 Jan 2015 [cached]
D. Barry McKennitt Executive Director, NAPIA 415 Hayward Mill Road Concord, MA 01742-4604 Ph: (978) 369-0084 Fx: (978) 369-0086
Barry McKennitt, whose primary ...
phx.corporate-ir.net, 23 Dec 2012 [cached]
Barry McKennitt, whose primary function is to administer the Company's stock option plans and profit sharing plan.
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Bohn and D. Barry McKennitt.
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D. Barry McKennitt, Director-- Mr. McKennitt, age 58, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geological Engineering in 1959 and a Master of Science degree in Geology in 1962 from the University of Manitoba and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Harvard University in 1964. He was employed from 1958 through 1963 by Imperial Oil, Atlantic Richfield and Mobil Oil Company in various capacities, including planning and evaluation, exploration research and exploration and development drilling. Mr. McKennitt was a consulting industrial economist in energy and resource economics from 1964 through 1969 with S.R.I. International in Menlo Park, California. From 1969 through 1971, he was a senior investment analyst for Investors Diversified Services in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1971, he joined The Boston Company, Boston, Massachusetts, where he became a senior vice president and group director in investment research and technology responsible for all energy and resource investments. In 1978, Mr. McKennitt founded and was elected president of Energy Associates, Inc., engaged in oil and gas investments and finance. From 1989 to October 1992, he was also a vice president of Equitor North American Asset Management, Inc., the North American investment arm of Standard Chartered Bank of London, UK. In October 1992, Mr. McKennitt was elected executive vice president and director of Constitution Management Company, Inc., a Boston, Massachusetts investment management company. Mr. McKennitt was a founding director of the National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts for which he has been a past president, director and is an honorary life member. In 1995 he was elected Executive Director of the Association. From 1988 through 1994 he has also served on the advisory council of ITT Corporation, Sheraton Hotels division, and since 1991 he has been a member of the advisory council of Associated Luxury Hotels, Inc. In 1995 he served on the Resort Advisory Council of Hilton Hotels Corporation. He is also a member of the Association for Investment Management and Research, The Boston Security Analysts Society and the Petroleum Analysts of Boston. He has been a director of the Company since 1984. Continuing Class I Directors (with terms expiring in 1998):
None of this moneymaking [in the ...
www.cfr.org, 7 Dec 2008 [cached]
None of this moneymaking [in the oil markets] would be possible unless supplies were tight, but speculation on this scale magnifies price volatility. - Barry McKennitt, U.S. National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts
Investors closely follow oil inventories to gauge supply and demand. But oil speculation as seen in the last few years, some analysts say, masks real supply and demand of present oil in favor of the supply and demand of oil futures. D. Barry McKennitt, executive director of the U.S. National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts, says that none of this moneymaking would be possible unless supplies were tight, but speculation on this scale magnifies price volatility.
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McKennitt, of the U.S. National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts, says these funds use sophisticated trading techniques but are not interested in "the fundamentals.
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Commodities markets, in general, and oil markets in particular are not transparent, McKennitt says.
A critic of the Renewable Fuels ...
www.argusleader.com, 18 Dec 2008 [cached]
A critic of the Renewable Fuels Standard program, D. Barry McKennitt, said the requirement to blend ethanol and gas should cause oil companies to pay attention to ethanol.
"It's uneconomic. It's counterproductive for the food chain and everything else we want to talk about. But it's mandated by law," said McKennitt, executive director of the National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts.
"I don't think the petroleum industry should close its eyes to what is going on in the ethanol field," he said.
McKennitt suggested the tie-up between Marathon and The Andersons could be an experiment. "Marathon said 'we better find out something about this industry. Let's make an investment and monitor it.' " It fits with the over-the-horizon strategies of large oil companies that have the money to do projects that might not pay off for years, he said.
'They don't fit'
The refining of petroleum and distilling of ethanol, however, don't enjoy notable synergy, said McKennitt and Al Mannato, fuels issues manager for the American Petroleum Institute.
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But "they don't fit together particularly well at all," said McKennitt.
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If a petroleum company such as Valero gets involved in a big way with ethanol by buying VeraSun, McKennitt and Mannato doubt it would exert downward pressure on the price of ethanol or the price farmers get for selling corn to ethanol plants.
"I'm not sure why you'd want to jump in a business to bring price and return down," McKennitt says.
Barry Mckennitt, Executive ...
www.eastwestplanners.com, 8 Aug 2010 [cached]
Barry Mckennitt, Executive Director National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts
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