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Hein & Associates LLP to Host Energy M&A Webinar Wed. June 1

Hein & Associates LLP to Host Energy M&A Webinar Wed. June 1

Accounting firm Hein & Associates LLP is scheduled to conduct a live webinar that will focus on the energy industry on Wednesday June 1, 2016 at 11:00 A.M, EDT. The webinar will feature Principal, Transaction Advisory Services Jimmie Williams, Principal, …

May 24, 2016 - 6:48 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Mergers & Acquisitions
Are All Disruptive CEOs Cut from the Same Cloth?

Are All Disruptive CEOs Cut from the Same Cloth?

“My desk is at the end of the production line.”

As CEOs go, there is not much about Elon Musk that is orthodox.

Example: Tesla Motors’ (ticker: TSLA) Q1 conference call took place this week. Musk held the Tesla call …

EnerCom Inc. Provides Annual Finding and Development Cost Study

EnerCom Inc. Provides Annual Finding and Development Cost Study

For the global oil and gas industry, world events are shaping the future. If the shale revolution started in 2004, the shale evolution will have its genesis in 2015.

The industry’s previous business model, using scarcity as its raison d’être, …

Recent Company Presentations 4/15/2016

April 15, 2016 - 5:44 pm Company Presentations
Which E&Ps are Paying Dividends?

Which E&Ps are Paying Dividends?

Many energy companies have elected to reduce or suspend dividends over the course of 2015, but not everyone. On March 29, 2016, SM Energy (ticker: SM; SM-Energy.com) announced that the board of directors had approved a semi-annual cash dividend …

Economic Boost from Oil Not Expected While Interest Rates Remain Low

Economic Boost from Oil Not Expected While Interest Rates Remain Low

Low interest rates mitigating the benefits of low oil prices – IMF

When oil prices began to crater, it was hoped that demand would grow, giving economies a proverbial shot in the arm. Unfortunately, economic growth has remained sluggish, and …

Evolution Petroleum Passes Cost Savings to Shareholders

Evolution Petroleum Passes Cost Savings to Shareholders

Evolution Petroleum Maintains 4.5% Dividend

Evolution Petroleum (ticker: EPM) presented at EnerCom’s The OilServices Conference 14 in San Francisco on March 9, 2016. Evolution’s principal assets include a CO2-EOR project in Louisiana’s Delhi Field and patented technology designed to extend …

Energy Industry: I’d Rather Not Be in Your Debt Forever

Energy Industry: I’d Rather Not Be in Your Debt Forever

The Wrath of Godzilla

Oil and gas companies have become wary of debt like the residents of Odo feared the wrath of Godzilla, rising up from the sea to wreak havoc at any moment and smashing buildings in a single …

Energy CapEx: Spending Money to Make Money

Energy CapEx: Spending Money to Make Money

Back when the dinosaurs roamed the Earth in the late 1980s and 1990s, oil and gas companies started to use a term called EBITDAX instead of Net Income to describe the amount of cash that was generated from ongoing operations.  …

Presidential Candidates on Energy: Paul

Presidential Candidates on Energy: Paul

rand-paulWashington’s long-tenured bloodlines are apparent in the ongoing presidential race, as Bushes, Clintons and other familiar faces are once again heading into primary season.

U.S. Senator Rand Paul’s name carries precedence on the footsteps of his father, Ron – an …

What do the Most Successful Energy Companies Have in Common?

What do the Most Successful Energy Companies Have in Common?

ANSWER: Smart people, strong leadership, and a relentless drive to create success.

Peek behind the front doors of the companies finding, producing, transporting and transforming energy.

While oil and gas companies across the planet are battling a commodities price environment …

December 10, 2015 - 5:10 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles
Warburg Pincus Completes $12 Billion Private Equity Fund

Warburg Pincus Completes $12 Billion Private Equity Fund

Firm has invested $9 billion in energy thus far

Warburg Pincus, a private equity firm with $40 billion under management in 120 companies, announced this week that it has successfully raised its latest fund. The new fund, called the Warburg …

November 25, 2015 - 3:15 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Oil and Gas 360 Articles
Happy Thanksgiving to Our Clients, Friends, Colleagues and Partners

Happy Thanksgiving to Our Clients, Friends, Colleagues and Partners

Dear Clients, Friends, Colleagues, and Partners:

Happy Thanksgiving.

EnerCom started 22 years ago with a single purpose – to provide needed consulting services to a worldwide client base in the oil and gas sector. Today, we engage with energy companies …

November 24, 2015 - 6:49 pm Closing Bell Story‎, People
Presidential Candidates on Energy: Carson

Presidential Candidates on Energy: Carson

Carson disfavors government subsidies, but would redirect oil subsidies toward more ethanol fueling stations

While campaigning in Iowa, Dr. Ben Carson commented:  “I don’t particularly like the idea of government subsidies for anything because it interferes with the natural free …

September 21, 2015 - 6:57 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Politics & Opinions
Hatch, Barrasso and Enzi Introduce Senate Bill to Stop Frac Regulation Duplicity

Murkowski/Cantwell’s Energy Modernization Bill Would Accelerate FERC’s LNG Decisions to 45 Days

Bipartisan bill hopes to renovate U.S. energy policy, facilitate infrastructure updates, protect the grid from attack, modernize SPR, identify “critical mineral supply”, fix national park maintenance backlog

Earlier this week, U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) Chairman …

July 29, 2015 - 4:58 pm LNG, Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Politics & Opinions
U.S. Energy Production is #1 –  Will Technology Keep it There?

U.S. Energy Production is #1 – Will Technology Keep it There?

42 years after the Arab oil embargo knocked the U.S. for a loop, energy experts are cheering the fact that the U.S. is the world’s number one producer—but Harvard University’s business school sees “a real risk that American citizens, companies,

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

An OAG360® Exclusive: Interview with Matt Mead, Governor of Wyoming

“Energy prices touch everything we do.”

Listen to the interview

Wyoming is the most energy intensive state. It’s the largest U.S. coal producer, producing about 40% of total coal mined per year in the U.S. It’s the country’s eighth most …

April 10, 2015 - 4:39 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Regulatory, Straight Answers
TOP MINDS IN THE BUSINESS – John Hofmeister – Part III

TOP MINDS IN THE BUSINESS – John Hofmeister – Part III

In this final installment, former Shell Oil Company President John Hofmeister talks about the false notion of energy independence, the need for two-way oil and gas trading, the Jones Act, removing barriers to the movement of energy, and the Keystone

April 10, 2015 - 1:29 pm Top Minds, Videos
Colorado Wattenberg Field: Preparing a horizontal drilling rig - Oil & Gas 360

What’s Coming to the Energy Sector in 2015?

Core Laboratories, Evolution Petroleum and Lonestar Resources—Exclusive Video Interviews with EnerCom’s Oil & Gas 360®

New executive interviews from EnerCom’s The Oil & Services Conference™ 13 are now posted on Oil & Gas 360®

What do top energy sector executives …

China Misses Growth Target for First Time in 15 Years

China Misses Growth Target for First Time in 15 Years

Analyst say numbers out of China indicate that growth is slowing

After posting annual GDP growth of 7.4%, the Chinese economy seems to be continuing its impressive year-on-year growth, but analysts say the rise is slowing. 2014 marks the first …

January 20, 2015 - 5:02 pm International, Oil and Gas 360 Articles
ExxonMobil’s Outlook for Energy Snapshot

ExxonMobil’s Outlook for Energy Snapshot

ExxonMobil (ticker: XOM) released its 2015 Outlook for Energy this week. The report is the company’s long-term global view of energy demand and supply, which ExxonMobil shares to promote understanding of the world’s energy future. The outlook examines energy supply …

December 11, 2014 - 5:23 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles
Graph of the Week:  Coal is Back

Graph of the Week: Coal is Back

Surprise: The EIA predicts more coal will be used to generate electricity this year than in 2013. But they believe coal’s downtrend will resume in 2015. In 2013, 39.1% of U.S. power was generated by burning coal. In 2014 that …

October 16, 2014 - 3:06 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles