A&D Strategies and Opportunities
September 9-10, 2015
Dallas, Texas
The Ritz Carlton Hotel
Register Featured Sponsors
Meagher Energy AdvisorsNetherland, Sewell & Associates (NSAI)Tudor Pickering HoltUS Energy Dev. Corp.Kayne Anderson Energy Funds
Textron AviationEnergy SpectrumPorter HedgesRaymond JamesPetroleum Strategies
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Unconventional Oil & Gas CenterA&D Oil and Gas Investor

Thank you for attending the 2014 A&D Strategies and Opportunities Conference and Workshop

This year 550+ attendees and 29 speakers packed The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dallas, TX for a sold-out event. Attendees experienced two solid days of networking, deal-making, industry coverage and interactive learning opportunities.

With executives from companies like American Energy Partners, Abraxas Petroleum Corp., EV Energy Partners and Jeffries & Co. in the speaker lineup, conference sessions delivered unique insights on recent transactions and covered key drivers for future acquisitions and investments. Click here to view the 2014 conference agenda and download speaker presentations.

The 2014 A&D Workshop also gave attendees a unique opportunity to test their negotiation skills through the ever-popular "Let's Make a Deal" Lab and the A&D Shark Tank. Both hands-on sessions allowed participants to practice today's most-successful A&D tactics in a fun competitive environment.

The conference may be over, but the conversation isn't. Find out what other attendees are saying about the 2014 A&D Strategies and Opportunities conference and workshop. We would love to hear about your experience too!

And be sure to save the date for next year’s event, scheduled September 9-10, 2015 at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dallas, TX.

News

Report: Upstream M&A Values Decreased From February To March
London-based GlobalData’s latest monthly upstream deals report said oil and gas companies spent most of their capital on acquiring Americas-based companies, announcing a total of $703.7 million in March.

Statoil CEO: More Deals Likely To Follow Shell-BG
Eldar Saetre didn’t comment on Statoil’s deals strategy, but speculated more deals will follow Shell’s purchase of BG, Bloomberg said. Sellers’ high valuation expectations are problematic, he said.