Sector Expert: Jeffrey Hayden

KLR Group



Recent Interviews

Jeffrey Hayden and Chad Mabry: Stay Very Oily (2/15/11)

In 2010, some of the best-performing companies in the E&P space transitioned to a heavier focus on oil, which has been strong, and away from natural gas where prices are weak. That trend is likely to continue this year, according to Rodman & Renshaw Senior Analysts Jeff Hayden and Chad Mabry who remain bullish, even though they're not betting on sustained prices above $100/Bbl. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Jeff and Chad bring some growth and value ideas into sharp focus.

Recent Quotes

"We project 30–35% YOY growth for EXXI."

— Jeffrey Hayden, KLR Group (2/28/12)
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"EXXI benefitted from higher-than-expected liquids production."

— Jeffrey Hayden, KLR Group (2/3/12)
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"SARA had a huge 2011 and is positioned to outperform again in 2012."

— Jeffrey Hayden, KLR Group (2/1/12)
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"We maintain our Market Outperform rating on USEG."

— Jeffrey Hayden, KLR Group (1/5/12)
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"We see 65–70% upside for USEG and we maintain our Outperform rating."

— Jeffrey Hayden, KLR Group (12/21/11)
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"EXXI has a working interest in Lafitte, which is likely to be a commercial discovery."

— Jeffrey Hayden, KLR Group (11/15/11)
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"USEG had nice results from the second Zavanna well."

— Jeffrey Hayden, KLR Group (11/15/11)
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"We think EXXI is undervalued at current levels; we see ~60% upside."

— Jeffrey Hayden, KLR Group (9/21/11)
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