Johnson Rice’s research team is focused on providing insightful and differentiated investment ideas. Our four senior research analysts cover approximately 75 companies across all market caps in the following sectors: exploration & production, and oilfield services. Their ongoing relationships with their covered companies not only yield insightful research ideas, but also offer corporate access in the form of NDR’s, annual conferences, bus trips and investor calls.
Charles Meade joined Johnson Rice in 2008 after spending five years at Energy Partners, Ltd., a Gulf of Mexico E & P company. At EPL he ran corporate development and planning after his first two years leading the Investor Relations effort. Charles holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, and began his career working with technology companies in Silicon Valley.
Dun McIntosh joined Johnson Rice in 2017 and covers the E&P sector. Prior to joining Johnson Rice, he was a member of the upstream team at Tellurian Inc. focused on geology and business development. Before Tellurian, McIntosh attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he earned his MS in Geology. He received a BSc in Geology from The College of Charleston.
Daniel Burke joined Johnson Rice in 2001. Since 2010, Daniel has covered the oil services sector, with a focus on onshore oil services equities. He previously led Johnson Rice’s equity research efforts from 2004 – 2010 in the downstream and marine transport space, and prior to that period worked as an associate analyst within the JRCO oilfield services equity research group. Prior to joining Johnson Rice, Burke worked as an associate for the Boston Consulting Group. Daniel holds BA and BS degrees from the University of Texas at Austin.
Daniel Burke has been recognized by the following; Starmine Top Stock Pickers #2 Energy Equipment & Services 2014, Forbes Best Brokerage Analysts 2009 #3 Transportation-Land & Sea.
Marty Malloy’s coverage universe includes Energy Transitions, Energy Infrastructure and Oilfield Services. Marty has been recognized by Starmine as #1 Stock Picker for the Energy Equipment & Services sector (2007), #1 Stock Picker for the Construction & Engineering sector (2011) and The Wall Street Journal “Best on the Street” (2007). Prior to joining Johnson Rice, Malloy was a senior analyst at Capital One Southcoast providing equity research coverage of a group of Oil Service and Energy Infrastructure companies. Prior to joining Capital One Southcoast in January 1999, Marty was Manager of Structured Finance for Entergy Power Group, where he was responsible for executing non-recourse financings for several large, independent power projects in Europe. Marty received a BA from Washington & Lee University and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis.