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John Kilduff

Partner, Again Capital LLC

John Kilduff is the Founding Partner of Again Capital LLC. Prior to starting his company, he was Vice President and Co-Head of MF Global and Senior VP of Energy Risk Management Group at Fimat USA, Inc. where he was responsible for providing corporate energy risk management services, which included daily market research, market analysis, advisory services, and managing the hedging of energy price exposures, through the utilization of various exchange listed and over-the-counter, custom tailored, derivative products. He has also held senior positions at ABN AMRO Incorporated, Metallgesellschaft Corp., and Lehman Brothers, Inc.

Kilduff recently appeared before the United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources to give an assessment of the energy markets.

Kilduff has a Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Bonaventure University and a Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law. He has a bar membership in New York and has professional registrations in commodities and securities.

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  • Kilduff: Energy Prices Part Of The Solution Friday, 24 Oct 2008 | 11:49 AM ET
    John Kilduff

    The selling pressure across markets overnight is a tide that is sinking all boats, including oil and all commodities for that matter. If it can be sold, it is being sold, right now. In terms of oil, specifically, support levels that traders have looked to determine prices bottoms have been taken out in succession, over the past several months.

  • Kilduff: Will Saudis Buck or Back OPEC? Thursday, 23 Oct 2008 | 5:58 PM ET
    John Kilduff

    Energy prices gave up the proverbial ghost this week, as the collective factors that combined to produce $147 per barrel of crude oil in July continue their unravel. However, taking center stage, at the moment, is OPEC’s meeting in Vienna, and their decision, considered or otherwise, about a possible cut in production.

  • John Kilduff

    The energy crisis has been pushed to the back burner–pardon the pun–by the financial market concerns and yesterday’s dramatic failure of leadership on Capitol Hill. The credit fears represent a tide that is sinking all boats.