Natural Gas Partners Hires Former Goldman Banker

Apr 11 2007 | 12:47pm ET

Energy private equity firm Natural Gas Partners has hired Scott Gieselman as a managing director. Gieselman will focus on sourcing, structuring and executing deals.

Prior to joining NGP, Gieselman served as a partner at Goldman Sachs, where he began his career in 1988. Over the last 10 years, Gieselman held a number of senior management positions in the firm’s natural resources investment banking division, including acting as regional head or co-head for the division’s west coast and southwest regions.

“Throughout his career in energy investment banking, he has been a valued advisor to leading energy industry executives and capital providers,” NGP CEO Ken Hersh said. “In addition, his experience at Goldman Sachs has been unique in that he has been integral to both advisory and principal investment transactions.”

Natural Gas Partners was founded in 1988 and manages a $2.9 billion p.e. family of funds that invest private equity capital in oil and gas production, midstream and oilfield service companies.


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