Darren Horowitz joined Raymond James in 1999 and became a managing director in the Raymond James Energy Investment Banking group 2018. Mr. Horowitz spent his first three years at Raymond James working within equity research as a retail liaison and equity product analyst, before joining the energy research team in 2002. As an analyst, he spent more than five years focused on the offshore drillers, oilfield manufacturers, and diversified oilfield service companies, before shifting his focus to the burgeoning midstream suppliers sector in 2007. Mr. Horowitz has been recognized as a Financial Times/Starmine Top Analyst (#3/#1/#3 Earnings Estimator in Gas Utilities in 2013/2014/2015), and after adding select Exploration & Production companies to his coverage in 2009, was recognized as a 3-Time Forbes Blue Chip analyst (Ranked #3 in Oil - Exploration and Production, #4 in Transportation-Land & Sea, and #5 in Oil & Gas Pipelines). Mr. Horowitz graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor of science degree, with a major in finance and a minor in economics.