J.R. Rickertsen

Bank of America

Managing Director, Energy Corporate Banking

J.R. Rickertsen is a managing director in the corporate banking energy group of BofA Securities, based in Houston. He is responsible for coordinating the delivery of the bank’s global corporate banking platform, for US integrated majors and internationally-focused large-cap energy companies. That platform includes debt capital markets, lending, leasing, derivatives, cash management, and custody and agency services. Rickertsen joined Bank of America in January 2013 after eleven years at Citi, where he had a number of energy and power corporate banking roles in Houston, Moscow, London, and New York. Rickertsen has worked with client relationships spanning nearly 100 countries, across the energy value chain, and has with extensive experience structuring financings, capital and commodity derivative markets. Recently, he participated in the National Petroleum Council’s white paper on carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS). For the past year, he has been partnering with his tax equity, climate finance and cross-asset teams, working to build an ecosystem to facilitate energy transition investment, including in CCUS. Rickertsen graduated from Georgetown University with a B.S. in Foreign Service, International Economics with a concentration in Russian and Eastern European studies.    

Sessions With J.R. Rickertsen

Tuesday, 8 March

  • 07:30am - 08:35am (CST) / 08/mar/2022 01:30 pm - 08/mar/2022 02:35 pm

    Next-gen Biofuels: What's the potential?

    Panel Agribusiness & Biofuels
    As energy transition and fuels decarbonization continues and spreads to more countries and jurisdictions, the demand for both biofuels and low carbon feedstocks is increasing. Advanced or next-generation biofuels have been slow to enter the market for a variety of reasons such as policy support, technological limitations, and the availability of conventional biofuels. How is the energy transition changing the landscape for next-generation biofuels? What are investors noticing as new technologies, projects, and feedstocks are beginning to enter the market? What are the major drivers for the future success of next-generation biofuels?