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ABOUT
MONTREUX ENERGY 

GLOBAL ENERGY THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

MONTREUX ENERGY

Montreux Energy organizes senior-level strategy roundtables on the future of global energy investment.  The first Montreux Energy Roundtable was held in 1990 in Montreux, Switzerland as a dialogue between OPEC, the International Energy Agency, oil & gas majors, producing countries, energy service companies, and the international banking community.

Since 1990, over 5,000 leaders have participated in Montreux Energy roundtables.  Today we continue to convene broad and comprehensive discussions on the landscape for energy supply and demand over a practical, five- to ten-year investment horizon.   We debate policy, technology, and investment as we transition to a cleaner, more secure energy future.

As with all Montreux Energy events, participation is by invitation only.  Press and media are typically limited to allow for open and frank discussions industry-to-industry conversations.  We seek to include all leading industry and decision-makers in oil, gas, power, transportation, finance, renewables, infrastructure, and energy services.

CLEAN ENERGY ROUNDTABLE

Sponsors 1990 - 2016

ANDREW BERMINGHAM, CEO, MONTREUX ENERGY

Andrew has followed the global energy industry for over 35 years.  He gained his initial interest in energy in 1982, working for a summer with Denver-based Hamilton Brothers Oil & Gas Company on an off-shore production platform in the Argyll Field of the North Sea.

Andrew started his career at Merrill Lynch in New York in sales and trading in 1985. He then worked for a year with the International Energy Agency at the OECD in Paris, before joining Montreux Energy at its outset in 1990.  He opened Montreux Energy’s London offices in 1997, and has organized 67 Montreux Energy Roundtables in five countries.

A fifth-generation Colorado native, Andrew and his wife Wendy live in Denver with their three teenage sons.  He received a BA in Economics from Middlebury College, in Vermont, in 1985, and received a MS in Mineral Economics from the Colorado School of Mines in 1992.