Explore the distressed energy landscape.
The stabilization of oil prices have imbued investors with confidence and emboldened efforts in surveying the market for opportunities. Oil trading in the USD 40 – 50 per BBL range and a functional debt market for energy companies will spur further M&A activity for the remainder of 2016 and beyond. Better yet, docile rigs are returning to duty and E&P players are starting to generate revenue again.
However, high yield energy sector bonds are indicating lingering problems as witnessed by 775 bp spreads. Moody’s has assigned downgrades to more oil and gas companies in 1H 2016 than the last six months of 2015. Which oil and gas players are destined to default, which ones will thrive?
Please join Debtwire for its annual Distressed Energy Forum where practitioners will discuss the aforementioned trends, challenges and others in this difficult, but yet so promising, sector.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:
- Meet with a select audience from the energy sector
- Expert insight into future trends driving distressed energy
- Ample networking opportunities throughout the event