Talos Energy has only been around for a few short years and has already accomplished so much. The company rapidly acquires new assets. The company has been able to overcome the recession blues that caused many other oil and gas companies file bankruptcy. Talos Energy has their founder to thank for their admirable success.
Talos Energy has an incredible team that manages their operations and technical divisions. Their team members are well experienced with drilling and oil as they have spent most of their career working throughout the Texas, Louisiana and Gulf of Mexico region. This company has lead the industry with creating advanced systems, tools and technologies to improve the drilling experience. Their increase in technology has led to more development and exploration for the company. This gives Talos Energy a competitive edge against all other oil providers in the region.
Tim Duncan has been working in the oil industry since the mid 1990s. He began his career in 1996 working as an engineer for an energy company. For the company, he worked to develop strategies and tools to better assist geologists in getting in rock layers. These rock layers are miles underground. These improved methods of drilling aided that company with its oil production. That company eventually sold for over one billion dollars.
In 2012, Tim Duncan became a company founder. He founded Talos Energy with the mission of being an advanced oil company with leading technologies. He wanted his company to be able to develop new methods of producing and exploring offshore oil. Since the start of the company, Talos Energy has been rather successful. Within a few short years his company has raised hundreds of millions of dollars. The company has spent hundreds of millions of dollars in acquiring new assets. Recently, Talos Energy acquired Stone Energy. Stone Energy had filed for bankruptcy and Tim Duncan saw this as an opportunity for Talos Energy to merge both companies to create an even better company. Only success is in store for Talos Energy’s future. Under the leadership of Tim Duncan this company can expect nothing but innovation.
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Tim Duncan serves Talos Energy as the Chief Executive. He spent months working on a $2.5 million merger with Stone Energy to make Talos Energy a public entity without an expensive public offering. Hurricane Harvey brought destruction to where he lived in Texas so he took his family to Alabama. He returned to Texas where he stayed with his parents and continued working on the deal. He was successful and the merger was completed in May. Talos took over the listing for Stone Energy and Tim Duncan now runs an oil company with a $900 million yearly revenue.
The majority of the assets for Talos Energy are in the Gulf of Mexico. The cost for a drilling platform is hundreds of millions due to the risk of a catastrophic spill. Talos Energy is considered a wildcatter and takes chances of wells in the United States and Mexico. Their current daily production is 48,000 barrels.
Tim Duncan spent his childhood in Florida, Texas and Egypt as the son of an oil man. He views a crisis as an opportunity and manages to make the most of the toughest situations. The Phoenix field is the biggest asset for Talos Energy. Chevron was the developer until their platform was capsized in 2015 by Hurricane Rita. Talos Energy cleaned up the mess and currently pumps 16,000 barrels every day from the Phoenix field. After a reexamination of the seismic data, the conclusion is the output will increase. Talos inherited the Pompano platform from Stone and this is the companies most promising asset and more
Talos Energy was founded by Tim Duncan in 2012 with equity funding from Apollo and Riverstone for $600 million. The cost of the Phoenix field in 2013 was another $620 million. The oil market crashed a year later and Talos Energy is in the position to capitalize on the rebounds. Next to the Permian Basin, the gulf is the nations largest oil province with 1.6 million barrels pumped every day. The United States treasury receives $3 billion annually because the majority of these resources are located in federal waters. Talos Energy has a good track record with seven hits out of 28 attempts.