Natural Gas Cash Trader Looking to Join Energy Hedge Fund

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I am based in NYC and am a natural gas portfolio manager, trader and scheduler. I work at a utility and am looking to move to a hedge fund or energy company that has optionality in their physical positions. I just finished a second round interview with Citadel but haven't heard back about a third round. I've been looking into the usual funds and companies: CCI, Equinor, Millennium (financial gas), etc. I've been working with a few head hunters as well.

Any advice on an area I haven't considered? There are a lot of opportunities in Houston (Trafigura, etc.), but for the time being I'd like to stay in NYC. I know that limits my possibilities.

My background: Civil engineer undergrad, NYU MBA in Quantitative Finance. 2 years as a natural gas portfolio manager/trader/scheduler, 2 years as a natural gas physical asset evaluator, 2 year prior to that as a nuclear design engineer.

Thank you for any help you can provide.


United States - South
United States - Northeast

Comments (5)

Feb 17, 2020

Since your in a space that has less and less big moves and over supply, what are your thoughts on the future of nat gas trading?

Feb 18, 2020

which pipe(s) do you have experience on? there's a few players in the NYC area that are not hedge funds that could be worth a look

Feb 18, 2020

Isn't Statar up in NYC?

Feb 19, 2020

I've submitted but no response =(

Oh well...

Feb 18, 2020