Adino Energy, an emerging oil and gas exploration and production company, has named Shannon McAdams, chartered financial analyst (CFA), as chief financial officer (CFO), reflecting Adino Energy’s new focus on oil and gas exploration and production. A long time advisor to the company, McAdams brings 14 years of investment banking and principal investor experience. His background includes energy industry transactional and financial advisory work, transaction negotiation and structuring, due diligence, and strategic and commercial advice.
Prior to joining Adino Energy, McAdams was a director at Galway Group, where he advised clients on mid-stream and petroleum distribution transactions, as well as Liquefied natural gas (LNG) and geothermal projects. Previously, he was with JPMorgan Chase, where he worked in investment banking and later as a buy-side equity analyst.
McAdams earned his MBA (with honours) from Tulane University, with concentrations in Finance and Entrepreneurship, and a BS in Interdisciplinary Finance from the University of Alabama.
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