EMOV is an independent international energy company set up to acquire and operate conventional oil and gas assets. The company is focused on opportunities in central Europe and the Caspian region where the EMOV team has significant operating experience and has originated a portfolio of attractive opportunities.
EMOV targets assets where it can apply proven technologies and build effective partnerships to enhance operating margins and generate competitive returns. We invest in markets we know and understand, where risks can be actively managed, including risks related to safety and operational integrity.
We believe that competition, transparency and fair play are critical elements of value creation for stakeholders in any business. EMOV's core value is integrity which it seeks to apply to all of its corporate activities and relationships.
EMOV is led by an experienced international team with proven operational and commercial expertise and a track record of managing technical operations in complex markets.
EMOV draws upon an extensive network of partners to ensure that we have the best team in place for each opportunity that we evaluate and each project that we manage.
One of these partners is Rose & Associates, an international upstream advisory firm specialising in risk analysis, technical evaluation and operational execution within the energy sector. Rose & Associates – led by Peter Carragher – is an EMOV shareholder and provides EMOV with technical and operational expertise.
Jeremy is an international energy executive with a successful track record of acquiring and leading businesses in emerging markets. Jeremy is highly skilled at aligning stakeholder objectives, building high-performance teams and creating effective partnerships.
Prior to founding EMOV, Jeremy was the CEO of Nobel Upstream, an independent oil and gas company based in London. Under his leadership, Nobel Upstream acquired and developed a portfolio of upstream oil and gas assets in the US Permian Basin, the UK North Sea and the Caspian region. He recruited a leadership team to manage these assets and developed partnerships with international oil companies, state oil companies and host governments.
Jeremy also spent 13 years at BP where he held management roles in Upstream Technology Ventures, Investor Relations, Exploration, Air BP and BP’s Russia business. During this time, he served on the boards of BP joint ventures in Spain, Georgia, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Russia and Romania.
Jeremy holds an MS in Business Administration from Stanford University where he was a Sloan fellow as well as a BA from Indiana University.
With three decades of international energy industry experience, Tim has a track-record of delivering results in complex regional leadership roles as well as in corporate finance and commercial roles.
At ConocoPhillips, Tim held management roles in both Upstream and Refining and Marketing and specialised in business development, investment analysis and multi-stakeholder negotiations.
Tim served as President of ConocoPhillips Angola and ConocoPhillips Poland where he was charged with successfully resolving all remaining work programmes and obligations with the respective governments and partners in order to wind down these regional business units. In his last assignment at ConocoPhillips, Tim was Global Pensions Manager and successfully negotiated the transfer of a multi-billion dollar pension obligation and the implementation of a liability-driven investment strategy in the US and UK.
Tim holds an MS and a BBA in finance from Texas Tech University.
Michael Pekowsky has more than thirty years of experience in private equity and global business law.
He spent 14 years at Fidelity Investments and was responsible for, among other matters, supervising, managing and overseeing the legal affairs of the international portfolio companies of Devonshire Investors, Fidelity’s private equity division. His responsibilities included managing complex business transactions such as acquisitions, divestitures, partnerships and joint ventures; corporate governance and compliance; litigation management and employment matters.
Earlier in his career, Michael was a member of Coudert Brothers’ corporate practice, specialising in investment in the states of the former Soviet Union. His role had a particular focus on joint ventures, project finance, privatisation, and natural resource projects. He has also worked as a senior attorney for subsidiaries of Sony Pictures Entertainment and IAC/InterActive Corp. overseeing transactions in Latin America, Asia, Europe, and North Africa.
He holds a JD from the NYU School of Law, an MA in Music from Wesleyan University, and a BA in History and Music from Oberlin College. He has been admitted to the bar in New York, Massachusetts, the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.