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Because of the current political climate, governments all around the world are placing a high priority on expanding their green energy capacity, which is expected to fuel a large portion of future energy deal activity.
Trying to figure out how to grow your business in a strategic way? In the last year, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have triggered significant growth for forward thinking companies, resulting in both organizational revolutions and technological transformations.
In the Energy Sector, the possibility of creating shareholder value has raised the chance of utilizing an M&A partnership to strengthen the space’s financial future and sustain attractive performance through cycles.
If you’re part of an acquisition team, your first task will be managing the transition from an independent company to one that’s now part of the larger organization. As the leader of this effort, you have quite a bit on your plate, and it’s essential to handle it all in the right way to ensure the success of your transition efforts.
With COVID-19 and weakness in the oil markets, we’re seeing a huge uptick in companies under duress. However more focus on new operating models can unlock value. The restructuring process and on a go forward basis, companies can gain significant value by variabilizing their workforce.
Let’s face it, there is still a great deal of uncertainty around reopening our economy. Yes, most restaurants are operating at 50% capacity, retail stores are mostly open, and life in Houston has moved back to some semblance of normalcy.
Like you, we are closely monitoring the new opportunities made available via the Small Business Association in response to COVID-19. We’d like to share some basic facts and provide guidance to help businesses out
I read an interesting article today on Hart Energy’s website titled US Shale Producers Could Face Another Bankruptcy Wave. It’s an interview with Paul Jansen, managing director of Conway MacKenzie about a potential wave of bankruptcies in the E&P space. He posits that lower production driven by the industry trying to meet investors’ laser focus on the