There are two sides to every deal – and Oil and Gas Investor's 15th annual A&D Strategies and Opportunities Conference and Workshop explores how to successfully navigate both. As oil prices stabilize, buyers actively search for deals to strengthen their portfolios. And following the spring bank redeterminations, many companies need to sell assets to stay in the game. Experts predict the next big wave of A&D and M&A deals is on the horizon. But the all-important question remains, "What’s the right price?"
Join 500+ BD executives, A&D professionals and industry analysts in Dallas this September for two days of networking, deal making and targeted conference sessions. Secure your seat now before the most anticipated oil and gas business development event of the year sells out!
A&D–The Workshop and Shark Tank Wednesday, September 7
The day before the conference, roll up your sleeves and get into the action at A&D–The Workshop and the Shark Tank! This uniquely interactive pre-conference workshop gives upstream business development newcomers, veterans and financial partners hands-on experience applying successful A&D tactics. Get a first-hand look at the nuances of deal making (including types of transactions, seller expectations and negotiating tactics). Plus, hear directly from top industry professionals throughout the workshop.
Managing Director and Head of US Business Scotiabank
CEO Titanium Exploration Partners
President Halcon Resources Corp.
Marketed: Cabot’s Operated, Nonop South Texas Assets Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. (NYSE: COG) is offering South Texas assets for sale in seven separate packages through EnergyNet.The assets consist of operations, nonoperated working interest, royalty interest, overriding royalty interest and leasehold. The sale includes interest in more than 100 wells and about 22,000 gross acres across Aransas, Colorado, Goliad, Hidalgo and Willacy counties, Texas. A separate package in Hidalgo and Starr counties is being auctioned.
3Q 2016 Features Highest Number Of Added Rigs Since 2014 U.S. drillers in the third quarter added the most oil rigs of any quarter since 2014, according to a closely followed report on Sept. 30, but the pace of additions has slowed as crude holds below $50 a barrel (bbl) despite OPEC's first plan in eight years to cut output. Drillers added seven oil rigs in the week to Sept. 30, bringing the total rig count up to 425, the most since February but still below the 614 rigs seen one year ago, energy services firm Baker Hughes Inc. said. For the quarter, they added 95 rigs, the most since drillers added 105 rigs in the first quarter of 2014. The oil rig count plunged from a record high of 1,609 in October 2014 to a low of 316 in May after crude prices collapsed in the steepest collapse in a generation due to a global oil glut. That decline continued through the first half of this year when drillers cut 206 rigs.