Financing Oil & Gas (PB331)

Venue: Renaissance Houston

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 06, 2003 End Date/Time: Mar 07, 2003
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Despite the challenges faced by the energy sector over the past year, entrepreneurs and energy company executives continue to identify projects worth developing and to seek the funds necessary to develop them.

CBI’s Financing Oil & Gas conference examines the current investment climate, offers insight into the current availability of various funding options, what kinds of deals various providers prefer, how they assess a prospect, and how you can develop and present an attractive deal.

Learn from leading Providers, Advisors and Oil & Gas companies, including:

Alvarez & Marsal * Bracewell & Patterson * COSCO Capital Management
Credit Lyonnais Americas * Credit Suisse First Boston * Goldman Sachs & Co. * Macquarie Energy Capital * Marsh USA * Natural Gas Partners
Osprey Petroleum Company * Petrie Parkman & Co. * Scotia Capital
Standard & Poor’s * Weisser, Johnson & Co. * Wells Fargo and
Williams Energy Services.

Hear them:

-Compare availability, expected ROI and requirements of commercial bank loans, mezzanine financing, public equity markets, private equity, master limited partnerships and partnering with 3rd party service providers

-Explain how experienced investors assess an investment opportunity including its strategy, management, financial objectives, operations and asset requirements

-Describe provider preferences in deal types, size, corporate credit support, rates of return, risk profiles and hedging requirements

-And assess why certain recent transactions have cleared the market – and others haven’t

Benefit From 7 Case Studies —
-Carneros Energy — $75 million financing for a 2-man exploration start-up with no assets

-Kern River Project — Why the deal was attractive to financiers

-Kinder Morgan — Utilizing a master limited partnership

-Lariat Petroleum — $70 million financing with a sale inside of 4 years

-Mannix Oil Company — $40 million mezzanine financing followed by a sale within 18 months

-Osprey Petroleum — The deal structure and financial framework used to form and grow

-Williams Energy Services — Using a midstream company to aggregate production volumes and decrease field development costs


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