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John P. Jurrius

President and Chief Executive Officer

Native American Resource Partners LLC

HQ Phone:  (403) 930-0900

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Native American Resource Partners LLC

1440 140 - 4Th Avenue S.W.

Calgary, Alberta,T2P 3N3

Canada

Company Description

Native American Resource Partners ("NARP") is a private investment and development firm which specializes in structuring, financing, and implementation of natural resource projects with Tribal Nations in the United States and First Nations, Metis and Inuit peo... more

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Background Information

Employment History

The Northern Ute Tribe


Owner, President and Chief Executive Officer

Jurrius Group


Tribe's Financial Adviser

Southern Ute


Affiliations

Ute Energy LLC

Chief Executive Officer and President


Tall Cree Energy

Founder


Tribal Energy Companies

Founder


The Growth Fund

Founder


Jicarilla Apache Indian Tribe

Financial Advisor


Web References(58 Total References)


Our Team : Native American Resource Partners, LLC

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John P. Jurrius
John P. Jurrius Chief Executive Officer, President John Jurrius has spent the majority of his professional career working in the energy sector. Mr. Jurrius has spent the past 20 years developing energy projects and providing financial solutions in Indian Country. In 1986, Mr. Jurrius began developing natural gas properties located on the Southern Ute Indian reservation. In 1992, Mr. Jurrius began partnering directly with the Southern Ute Tribe to facilitate acquisitions on behalf of Red Willow Production Company, the Southern Ute's production company. In 1994, Mr. Jurrius entered into a joint venture with a major merchant banker to facilitate joint ventures between financial investors and the Southern Ute Tribe. After leading the groups to approximately $100 MM of merger and acquisition investments in up-stream and mid-stream assets, Mr. Jurrius was asked to take a position as "Financial Advisor" to the Southern Ute Tribal Council in 1996, where he served until 2001. As advisor to the Tribal Council, Mr. Jurrius was responsible for the overall management of the Tribe's financial resources, evaluation of energy transactions and the development and implementation of a comprehensive "Financial Plan" for the Tribe. Mr. Jurrius' work for the Tribe led to the formation of the Tribe's "Growth Fund," where he served as the financial director. Mr. Jurrius' significant accomplishments include the Tribe's acquisition of Red Cedar Gathering Company; McKenzie Methane Corporation, the cornerstone of Red Willow's producing properties; securing the Tribes first non-Reservation direct asset investment in Contango Oil and Gas Company, and the successful implementation of the Tribe's Financial Plan and associated AAA credit ratings from Fitch and Moody's rating agencies. These efforts led to the generation of hundreds of millions of dollars of new long-term commercial revenue for the Tribe and its energy companies. In 1999 and 2000, Mr. Jurrius was introduced to the Ute Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation in northeastern Utah by the Southern Ute Tribe. In 2000, Mr. Jurrius entered into a Financial Advisor contract with Ute Tribe. Again, Mr. Jurrius was tasked with developing and implementing a long-term Financial Plan for the Tribe and the overall management of the Tribe's energy and natural resource estate. At the inception of this engagement, the Tribe had no commercial ownership interest in energy and resource activities on its Reservation. Today, the Tribe has an energy company with a working interest in nine active drilling programs on 400,000 acres of Tribal land, ownership in over 200 miles of gas gathering and transportation assets, and ownership in Utah's largest gas processing plant. Mr. Jurrius served as CEO and President of the Tribe's energy company until early 2008 when he formed Native American Resource Partners.


NARP, LLC - Management

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John P. Jurrius
Chief Executive Officer, President John Jurrius (b. 1960) has spent the majority of his professional career working in the energy sector. Mr. Jurrius has spent the past 20 years developing energy projects and providing financial solutions in Indian Country. In 1986, Mr. Jurrius began developing natural gas properties located on the Southern Ute Indian reservation. In 1992, Mr. Jurrius began partnering directly with the Southern Ute Tribe to facilitate acquisitions on behalf of Red Willow Production Company, the Southern Ute's production company. In 1994, Mr. Jurrius entered into a joint venture with a major merchant banker to facilitate joint ventures between financial investors and the Southern Ute Tribe. After leading the groups to approximately $100 MM of merger and acquisition investments in up-stream and mid-stream assets, Mr. Jurrius was asked to take a position as "Financial Advisor" to the Southern Ute Tribal Council in 1996, where he served until 2001. As advisor to the Tribal Council, Mr. Jurrius was responsible for the overall management of the Tribe's financial resources, evaluation of energy transactions and the development and implementation of a comprehensive "Financial Plan" for the Tribe. Mr. Jurrius' work for the Tribe led to the formation of the Tribe's "Growth Fund," where he served as the financial director. Mr. Jurrius' significant accomplishments include the Tribe's acquisition of Red Cedar Gathering Company; McKenzie Methane Corporation, the cornerstone of Red Willow's producing properties; securing the Tribes first non-Reservation direct asset investment in Contango Oil and Gas Company, and the successful implementation of the Tribe's Financial Plan and associated AAA credit ratings from Fitch and Moody's rating agencies. These efforts led to the generation of hundreds of millions of dollars of new long-term commercial revenue for the Tribe and its energy companies. In 1999 and 2000, Mr. Jurrius was introduced to the Ute Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation by the Southern Ute Tribe. In 2000, Mr. Jurrius entered into a Financial Advisor contract with Ute Tribe of Utah. Again, Mr. Jurrius was tasked with developing and implementing a long-term Financial Plan for the Tribe and the overall management of the Tribe's energy and natural resource estate. At the inception of this engagement, the Tribe had no commercial ownership interest in energy and resource activities on its Reservation. Today, the Tribe has an energy company with a working interest in nine active drilling programs on 400,000 acres of Tribal land, ownership in over 200 miles of gas gathering and transportation assets, and ownership in Utah's largest gas processing plant. Mr. Jurrius served as CEO and President of the Tribe's Energy Company until early 2008 when he formed Native American Resource Partners. Together with Mr. Jurrius, Mr. Becker worked in collaboration with several federal agencies on various aspects of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, including Section 1813 right-of-way issues and drafting the Tribal Energy Resource Agreement regulations and associated websites.


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John Jurrius, President and CEO, Native American Resource Partners, Salt Lake City, UT. Prior to creating NARP, Mr. Jurrius spent 15 years focusing on strategic planning and resource development for Indian tribal governments investing along side the Indigenous Tribes.
During that time, he revolutionized the concept of participation by Indian Tribes in the development of energy resources on tribal lands. Mr. Jurrius has served as Financial Advisor to several Indian Tribes, including the last seven years being retained and actively working for the Ute Indian Tribe. He aided the development of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe's "Financial Plan", and the creation and institutionalization of the "Growth Fund" and the associated AAA rating accorded the Tribe by three top credit rating agencies. With its AAA rating, the Southern Ute Indian Tribe became only the 13th sovereign nation in the world to achieve such a rating. In the realm of Federal Indian law and policy, Mr. Jurrius played a vigorous role in collaboration with a number of Indian Tribes in successfully defending the rights of Indian tribal governments to negotiate rights-of-way agreements with third parties for purposes of energy development. Since the formation of Native American Resource Partners, Mr. Jurrius has co-founded two Tribal Energy Companies with NARP committing up to $100 million and $30 million to the two companies respectively. He has also led the Company's evaluation of resource opportunities associated with Canadian First Nations Reserve rights, Treaty Land Entitlement rights and Traditional Territory rights.


About NARP | Tribal North Energy Services

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John Jurrius
Chief Executive Officer, President Mr. Jurrius has spent the past 25 years developing energy projects and providing financial solutions to Tribal Nations in the United States and First Nations in Canada. In 1986, Mr. Jurrius began developing natural gas properties located on the Southern Ute Indian Tribe's reservation in southwestern Colorado. In 1992, Mr. Jurrius began partnering directly with the Southern Ute Tribe to facilitate acquisitions on behalf of Red Willow Production Company, the Southern Ute's production company. In 1994, Mr. Jurrius entered into a joint venture with a major merchant banker to facilitate joint ventures between financial investors and the Southern Ute Tribe. After leading the groups to approximately $150 MM of merger and acquisition investments in up-stream and mid-stream assets, Mr. Jurrius was asked to take a position as "Financial Advisor" to the Southern Ute Tribal Council in 1996, where he served until 2001. As advisor to the Tribal Council, Mr. Jurrius was responsible for the overall management of the Tribe's financial resources, evaluation of energy transactions and the development and implementation of a comprehensive "Financial Plan" for the Tribe. Mr. Jurrius' work for the Tribe led to the formation of the Tribe's "Growth Fund," where he served as the financial director. Mr. Jurrius' significant accomplishments include the Tribe's acquisition of Red Cedar Gathering Company, McKenzie Methane Corporation, securing the Tribes first off-Reservation asset investment in Contango Oil and Gas Company, and the successful implementation of the Tribe's Financial Plan and associated AAA credit ratings from Fitch and Moody's rating agencies. In 1999 Mr. Jurrius was introduced to the Northern Ute Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation in northeastern Utah by the Southern Ute Tribe. In 2000, Mr. Jurrius agreed to represent the Northern Ute Tribe where his firm served as Financial Advisor and was responsible for overseeing the Tribe's fiscal and resource estate. Mr. Jurrius' significant accomplishments with the Northern Ute Tribe include the implementation of the Tribe's Financial Plan, and the creation of Ute Energy, the Tribe's energy company, where he served as CEO and President. In 2008 Mr. Jurrius founded Native American Resource Partners for the purpose of providing Tribal Nations access to capital and expertise for proprietary development of their resources. Since that time Mr. Jurrius and NARP have provided capital commitments in excess of $460 million.


2013 Yukon First Nations Resource Conference & Student Job Fair - YUKON First Nations Resource Conference

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John P. Jurrius is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Native American Resource Partners ("NARP").
Founded in 2008 by Quantum Energy Partners and Mr. Jurrius, NARP is a private equity vehicle specializing in providing capital to Native American Tribes and Canadian First Nations for resource development opportunities. Fundamentally different than traditional sources of capital, NARP's business model centers on co-partnered tribal energy and service companies. These allow the Tribe or Nation, while continuing to enjoy the lease bonus and royalty benefits that normally accrue to them as mineral owners, to lever their on-Reserve and traditional territory rights into commercial participation. By relying on NARP's technical expertise and its access to capital, these rights can be leveraged as an equity owner in energy developments and service opportunities. John has decades of experience developing energy projects and providing financial solutions in Indian Country. He has played key roles in building a number of highly successful tribal energy businesses, and implementing comprehensive financial plans for tribal governments. His efforts have led to the generation of several billion dollars of wealth for Aboriginal communities, the most recent example of which is the sale of Ute Energy to Crescent Point Energy for $1.1 billion, the largest sale of a tribally formed commercial entity in U.S. history.


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