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Oil and Gas Acquisitions and Divestitures

Instructor(s)

Edwin C. Moritz and Mark Cronshaw, PhD MBA

Course Description

The foundation for this successful course has weathered ups and downs of oil prices for many years because it is always up-to-date with the latest price forecasts and covers
Reserve report base
Income vs. Market valuation
Value per proven producing barrels in the ground
Present worth further discounted for risk
Cash flow/payback calculations
Future net cash flow discounted by the targeted rate of return
Current case histories including coalbed, methane; field examination and due diligence

Who Should Attend?

Institutional investment advisors
Bank petroleum engineers
Financial planners and analysts
Oil drilling/income fund managers
Oil industry executives
Investment bankers
Government officials
Mineral appraisers
Mergers and acquisition advisors
Independent petroleum geologists and engineers

Length

Two Days

Accreditation

This program meets the criteria for continuing professional development in many state and national professional organizations.

Objectives/Benefits

Learn how to determine the fair market value of oil and gas properties using reserve reports, the marketplace, and the buyer’s own investment criteria.

Special Features

New and up-to-date case histories of recent transactions with appraisal forms and checklists will be featured.
An excellent source of interaction between the various participants and the instructor
This course can be customized to meet your specific training needs.

Participants Comments

“The instructors have developed simplified methods that are very useful in evaluating complex situations. Delightful presenters and very knowledgeable in oil and gas reserve evaluation and risk analysis.”

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