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Perspectives on ESG in the E&P Sector
Companies and capital providers talk about ESG strategies and their critical importance to shareholders. Actions that demonstrate corporate commitment to environmental responsibility, safety, gender equality and board diversity and tenure benefit companies, and are now an imperative.
Subash Chandra, Managing Director, Guggenheim Partners; Sean O'Donnell, Managing Director, Quantum Energy Partners; Vidisha Prasad, Managing Partner, Adya Partners; John Ale, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Southwestern Energy
Creative Alternatives to Raising Capital
If traditional capital sources are sitting the bench, then nontraditional capital is sure to step up to the plate. These financiers offer alternate options including asset securitizations, drilling JVs with non-E&P partners, convertible preferred and co-sponsored funds for keeping the bit turning and getting deals done.
Drew Scoggins, Managing Partner, Millennial Energy Partners; Jeremy Cook, Chief Financial Officer, Raisa Energy LLC
What About RBL? Commercial Banking Trends
The number of distressed loans over recent years put reserve-based lenders on notice to tighten covenants—or just to exit the space altogether. These bankers talk about how lending criteria have changed, and how redeterminations will further challenge E&P balance sheets.
Steve Kennedy, Executive Vice President and Head of Energy Banking, Amegy Bank; Christina Kitchens, Group Managing Director, Specialized Industries Finance, EastWest Bank; Mike Lister, Managing Director & Group Head – Energy & Power, Corporate Client Banking, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Private Equity Value Creation Strategies
With no buyers and no IPOs, private equity exits are essentially closed, leaving assets stranded. These sponsors talk about how they are changing strategies, what they are doing with their investments to sustain value over time, and how incentives are changing for management teams.
Scott Browning, Principal, Apollo Global Management; James S. Crain, Partner, EnCap Investments LP; Sam Stoutner, Principal, NGP Energy Capital Management
Capex Strategies & Financing Options
In recent periods there have been noteworthy shifts in energy investor preferences regarding the relative roles of production growth, third party acquisitions, identifiable drilling inventories, and free cash flow utilization.
Tom Petrie, Chairman, Petrie Partners
Capital Markets Scorecard; Public Equity and Debt Perspectives
The oil and gas space is getting a dose of tough love from public equity and debt investors. This roundtable examines the state of the capital markets today for energy companies, and what it will take to restart capital flow.
Bill Lambert, Managing Director, Global Natural Resources Group, Investment Banking, Goldman Sachs; Ray Lemanski, Managing Director & Group Head, Credit Research, KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc.; Neal Dingmann, Managing Director, Energy Research, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey
Getting Ahead of the Energy Capital Paradigm Shift
Capital structures for oil and gas players are in disarray as old models are torn down and a new one is constructed. But what will that look like, and how should you position your company to take advantage?
Paul Sankey, Managing Director, Mizuho Americas
In conjunction with Greenlee’s retirement, Linda DuCharme was appointed as his successor while also retaining her current position as president of ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions Co.
Hedge fund Angelo Gordon & Co. LP aims to raise as much as $1.5 billion to buy the debt of distressed oil and gas companies, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Throughout his 50-year career in the oil and gas industry, David L. Bole was best known as a tireless networker and business builder.