Capital One Securities Inc.
Capital One Securities Inc. is a broker-dealer providing investment banking, equity research and institutional sales. Since being acquired by Capital One Financial Corp. in 2005, the firm has participated in more than $500 billion in capital markets transactions. Our Energy and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT) investment banking professionals bring decades of combined industry experience to clients across the country. Backed by a top-tier institutional sales team, Capital One Securities also has extensive experience in equity research. The firm's research coverage includes about 120 exploration and production oilfield services and midstream energy companies, as well as team coverage on more than 30 REITs across six asset classes.
Wall Street kicked U.S. independents to the curb, fed up with a decade of capital destruction, misaligned executive incentives and an indifference to environmental impacts. Do E&P management teams have the chutzpah to transform their models to win back investors?
Minerals and royalties companies, favored by investors for the past few years, are now facing their first real test as the pandemic exposes their reliance on E&Ps to generate revenue.
Austin, Texas-based Brigham Mineral commenced an underwritten public offering of 6 million shares of its class A common stock by certain of its stockholders.
Diamond Offshore Drilling recently skipped making an interest payment and retained advisers to help it evaluate various alternatives “with respect to its capital structure,” according to an SEC filing on April 16.
Ring Energy agreed to its Delaware Basin assets for about $31.5 million, adding badly needed cash as the oil markets are roiled by weakened demand.
These four midstream companies have captured analysts’ favor by heeding investor demands to generate free cash flow.
The JV partnership is the second Devon Energy has formed with Dow in recent years as E&Ps are increasingly left with fewer capital options.
Noble Energy agreed to sell essentially all of its remaining D-J and Permian midstream assets as part of the dropdown to its midstream MLP.
Callon Petroleum agreed to a lower premium in its acquisition of Carrizo Oil & Gas as part of amended deal terms.
Marathon Oil also unveiled a new Delaware Basin oil play with over 60,000 contiguous net acres in Ward and Winkler counties, Texas.
Occidental Petroleum launched a $57 billion takeover bid for Anadarko Petroleum on April 24, trumping Chevron’s offer for The Woodlands, Texas-based independent announced earlier this month.