FT. WORTH, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--We are pleased to announce that Jeff Johnson, CEO of EPUS Global Energy, has been named as a Board Member for "Real Assets Adviser," a publication committed to educating and informing private wealth advisors, financial planners, family offices, institutions and broker dealer executives about the opportunities available to their clients in the Real Assets space. The organization provides thoughtful, cutting-edge analysis, helping advisors make informed decisions to diversify clients’ portfolios, provide long-term income and hedge against inflation. Mr. Johnson is the only current Board Member representing the oil and gas industry.
“I look forward to working with the publication and helping to navigate what can be a complex environment when it comes to oil and gas investing for income,” said Jeff Johnson. “It is important to realize that commodities play an important role in our economy and they can create a safe haven in today’s volatile investment world.”
About Jeff Johnson: Jeff Johnson is CEO of EPUS Global Energy, an energy company based in Fort Worth Texas. In 1999 Jeff founded Cano Energy becoming Cano Petroleum in 2004. From 2004-2011 Cano grew from 4 barrels of oil per day to 2,000, generating $250M in cash and a peak enterprise value of $600 million. Prior to founding Cano, he founded Scope Operating; eventually selling its assets to XTO founder Bob Simpson. Jeff’s career began in 1989 with Touchstone Capital, raising drilling funds for Chesapeake Energy. Affiliations: NYSE/AMEX Listed Company Council, IPAA and Texas Independent Producers & Royalty Owners Association.
About EPUS Global Energy: EPUS Global Energy is a privately held energy company engaged in the business of purchasing oil and gas producing assets via partnering with Registered Investment Advisors (RIA), family offices and high net worth individuals.