Sector Expert: Frederick Kozak

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Frederick Kozak, formerly of Canaccord Genuity, joined the firm in early 2007 and has nearly 30 years of oil and gas industry experience. Kozak previously worked as a research analyst at a Canadian boutique investment firm, where he was ranked the #3 Stock Picker for Oil and Gas in Canada for 2005 in the annual StarMine Analyst Awards. Since being at Canaccord, he has added to that award with the #3 Earnings Estimator award for 2009 and the #2 Stock Picker for 2010 for Oil and Gas in Canada, as recognized by StarMine, as well as being recognized by Zack's Investment Research as being #1 Stock Picker, North America E&P companies. Kozak started his career as a petroleum engineer and has also worked in the oil and gas industry in financial analysis and corporate planning. Kozak holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in geological engineering from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Business Administration from the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. He is a registered professional engineer in the province of Alberta.



Recent Quotes

"Where could NZ stock go? I have an official target and another number in my mind that might be a double of that."

The Energy Report Interview with Frederick Kozak (5/29/12)
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"I can't say enough good things about TGL and its potential."

The Energy Report Interview with Frederick Kozak (5/29/12)
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"There is material upside potential to our valuation of NZ."

— Frederick Kozak, Canaccord Genuity (5/8/12)
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"TGL's Al Azayem-1 well could spud as early as June."

— Frederick Kozak, Canaccord Capital (5/1/12)
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"We are initiating coverage on NZ with a Buy rating."

— Frederick Kozak, Canaccord Genuity (4/16/12)
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"2012 is starting out as another good year for TGL."

— Frederick Kozak, Canaccord Genuity (3/8/12)
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"TGL's January production set a new record, already approaching the mid-range of 2012 guidance."

— Frederick Kozak, (1/30/12)
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"TGL has realized YOY increases of 43% for 3P reserves."

— Frederick Kozak, (1/18/12)
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