Capital providers are becoming more wary of — and increasingly absent from — oil and gas. It’s been suggested that banks will begin taking a corporate-finance approach to operators’ revolvers.
The era of build-and-flip is over, but private-equity investors are ever-astute in finding ways to get a return on investment.
Everything changed in 2020, and maybe forever. How will the way operators approach production, rig count and capital affect deal flow?
Volatile times result in unprecedented opportunities for those who can see through the chaos. These industry veteran dealmakers—J.D. Smith, Mark Castiglione and Steve Herod—will discuss their insights and what potential wins they see in today’s market that others might not.
Amidst one of the most difficult years in history, A&D activity went nearly silent as the world dealt with a pandemic and volatile prices.
Volatile macro-dynamics can hamper or accelerate dealmaking. How will upcoming A&D be influenced by investor and geopolitical penchant along with current baseline upstream operations?
Many companies are liquidity constrained and looking to raise capital via asset sales, whether or not in conjunction with a restructuring or bankruptcy.
Spur Energy Partners struggled to close deals even in a dead A&D market but still plans to spend hundreds of millions more to consolidate in the Permian’s Northwest Shelf.
Watch the full presentation from A&D Strategies & Opportunities here.