US oil and gas deal-making stalled during the first quarter of 2015 as oil price volatility created uncertainty in the industry and pushed buyers to the sidelines. PwC's Oil and Gas Deals practice invites you to rewatch our webcast to learn about deals trends in oil and gas.
In this issue of The Bit, we provide energy company executives and board members an overview of the main elements of the new standard, including differences from prior guidance with an emphasis on important considerations for energy companies.
PwC’s Deals Practice invites you to their webcast on May 21, focused on energy deal activity. This webcast offers an overview of the distressed markets, discusses the impact of current commodity prices in the energy sector, and touches on key considerations and opportunities in the marketplace.
PwC's Energy practice invites you to watch our recorded webcast where we discuss the key attributes of Capital Efficiency, lessons learned from previous project suspensions and re-starts, and the business practices leading companies are using to differentiate themselves in today's cost driven market.
Our webcast provides insight into the impact FASB’s new consolidation standard will have on commercial and industrial companies in the automotive, communications, entertainment & media, energy, healthcare, industrial products, pharmaceuticals, retail & consumer, transportation, technology, and utility industries. Watch a replay or participate in the on demand (CPE-eligible) version of this webcast.
This publication provides an analysis of SEC comment letters issued to registrants across the energy and mining value chain, including exploration and production, midstream, downstream, drillers, oilfield services, and integrated energy companies.
Oil and gas company land departments must manage increasing volumes of land data from which they must derive intelligence. Leading companies streamline the integration of land assets, have efficient land services functions, and generate business insight from land data.
On August 22, 2012, the SEC approved a final rule requiring certain issuers to publicly disclose their use of conflict minerals [tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold] and whether those minerals originated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo ("DRC") or adjoining countries (“covered countries”). This Dataline looks at the key provisions of the final rule. Also included is a supplement on frequently asked questions on conflict minerals.