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Michael Doyle

Contributor since: 09 Oct 2012

Michael Doyle

Michael Doyle began his energy trading career for AIG Trading Corp., in 1990, trading oil during the Gulf War. In 1997 he went to JP Morgan to head up a natural gas trading group in New York where he eventually took the group private in what ultimately became Gotham Energy.  After Gotham, Mr. Doyle focused on portfolio management at First New York Securities, Quad Capital and Spartan Commodity Partners, where he was president of an alternative asset management fund.  He studied finance at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ.  He has been a featured speaker on global macro and energy issues for the CME Group and Bloomberg Television.  He resides in New Jersey with his wife and children.

Latest articles from Michael

  • Pipeline to Nowhere?

    Published 10 October 2012 | viewed 8,590 times

    Last week the news headlines blazed on about the proposed natural gas project in Alaska between Exxon, Conoco and Trans-Canada to build a pipeline over…

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