NEW CANAAN, Conn. New Canaan resident Peter Beutel, founder of the energy research and risk management firm Cameron Hanover, died Friday night at his home, according the Cameron Hanover website . Beutel was 56 years old.
Beutel, son of longtime WABC news anchor Bill Beutel, was an oil analyst for 30 years. He founded Cameron Hanover in 1995. The New Canaan-based firm provides analysis of crude oil, natural gas and other energy markets. He also published the Daily Energy Hedger.
Beutel appeared regularly on television news outlets such as CNBC, Fox News and other TV networks. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1977.
Peter will be sorely missed by all, said Vincent Lanci and Gregory Ceponis in a message on the Cameron Hanover website. We do not think his body of work, as enormous as it is, reflects the tremendous knowledge of the energy markets he had, as well as the political effects of oil.
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