Video: No pain no gain – M&A opportunities in oil and gas
May 19, 2015
It’s well known that the oil price collapsed from around $115/barrel in June 2014 to below $50/barrel in January 2015. Since then, the price has bimbled along at between $55 and $65 per barrel. As a result relating company value to oil price has been challenging. However a period of relative calm gives analysts and industry commentators a welcome opportunity to consider the companies themselves rather than the core product.
In this video Matt Alabaster looks at mergers and acquisitions (M&A) as it returns to the oil and gas agenda, providing analysis on the sector including the first wave of paper based transactions and the asset selection on the market.
What's your view on the oil and gas market? Is stability returning? What volume and type of assets do you expect to come to market? Share your thoughts below or schedule a meeting to discuss your situation in confidence.