Platts Oil and Gas Acquisition and Divestiture Outlook

Platts Oil and Gas Acquisition and Divestiture Outlook
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Nov 19, 2015 07:30 AM to
Nov 20, 2015 12:30 PM


Platts Oil and Gas Acquisition and Divesture Outlook, November 19-20, 2015 in Houston, TX will examine the near to mid-term future for oil and natural gas prices, debt to equity ratios, liquidity and borrowing capacity, hedging strategies, reserve and asset values that will determine who wins and who doesn’t in the US oil and gas sector.


Downstream Perspectives on MandA in the Current Oil Price Environment Richard M. Oblath,

Downstream Global Acquistion and Divestment Projects, Shell International Petroleum Co. Ltd.

Platts and Bentek providing expert analysis on oil and gas pricing
SandP Capital IQ and Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services surveying the landscape for oil and gas market liquidity
The Carlyle Group examining core fundamentals for mezzanine financing of the EandP space — Technical capabilities, evaluating risk, and quantifying upside
Citigroup’s Morgan Hunter case study and estimating market value of oil and gas assets through transaction multiples
Five States Energy Capital, TPH Partners, and Petro Capital Energy Funds discussing what kinds of returns they look for and what you need to know when working with them
MandA dynamics of MLPs from Vanguard Natural Resources LLC, Alerian, Deutsche Bank Securities, and Sidley Austin LLP in the aftermath of falling prices
Morgan Lewis assessing midstream MandA — Bright spot in a difficult market

To register or for more information, visit or call Toll Free: 800-752-8878 (Outside the US and Canada: +1 212-904-3070)

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The Westin Galleria Houston, 5060 West Alabama Street, Houston, 77056, United States
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