Jefferies Global Energy Conference Begins

The first annual Global Energy Conference hosted in Houston, Texas begins tomorrow at 4:30p.m. with hosts Energy Partners Ltd.

Tomorrow will mark the inaugural celebration of the Jefferies Global Energy Conference in Houston, Texas. The two day event recently announced Energy Partners, Ltd.'s Chief Executive Officer Gary G. Hanna will present at the conference that begins Wednesday, December 1 at 4:30 p.m.


Hanna will provide attendees with financial and operational schematics from his company during opening ceremonies to energy companies within the E&P, drilling and services sectors.

Those interested in listening to Hanna's live broadcast can download the on-demand webcast via Jeffries website (www.eplweb.com), or visit the conferencing webcasting site.

In addition to company presentations, the Jefferies Global Energy Conference will host a series of thematic panels and shale teach-in via Jefferies' in house engineers and geologists, as well as small group meetings.

Energy Partners, Ltd. is a independent oil and natural gas exploration company with projects currently in the depth waters of the Gulf of Mexico (less than 5000 feet) and offshore of Louisiana.

Jefferies is a global securities and investment banking group and has been operating for more than 50 years with business in 25 international cities.

Experts in a variety of fields, Jefferies is also a dedicated advisor to those in the global oil and gas energy industry. The company has completed over 300 deals since formed in 2005 as Jefferies' Energy Investment Banking Group.

Additional conferences from the year included the Jefferies' 10th Global Clean Technology Conference hosted in London in November; in June 2011 New York City will host the Jefferies 2011 Global Healthcare conference.

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