J.R. Rickertsen

BofA Securities, Inc

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

Monday, 1 March

  • 07:30am - 08:00am (CST) / 01/mar/2021 01:30 pm - 01/mar/2021 02:00 pm

    Strategic Dialogue

    CCUS Emerging Business Models

    Panel Clean Tech Innovation & Technology Upstream Oil & Gas
    Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) is seen as playing a vital role in all decarbonization scenarios. Yet, CCUS as an answer to climate change is at a nascent stage: for example, in the United States, most CO2­ for CCUS comes from natural rather than anthropogenic sources. While there is certainly great potential for large-scale implementation of CCUS, many challenges still need to be overcome for this to happen. Today, the technological, competitive, and regulatory landscape is rapidly evolving.