PwC's Oil and Gas Deals practice invites you to join us for a webcast on April 28 at 1pm CDT titled First quarter M&A update.
M&A activity in the Oil & Gas industry kicked off 2016 on a low note. The persistent volatility in oil and gas prices, along with the limited access to capital markets pressured valuations, and pushed deal-makers in the industry to the sidelines. However, the companies that have adjusted to this lower for longer market environment have the opportunity to develop advantageous M&A strategies that position them for the next upcycle. Tune in to the next PwC Energy M&A webcast to hear more about the current trends in oil and gas deal-making.
Join us on April 28 at 1pm CDT as we discuss trends in oil and gas deals!
One hour of CPE credit will be offered to those individuals viewing the webcast live.
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About PwC's Energy Executive Webcast Series
PwC's energy executive webcast series provides practical guidance on recent energy issues and developments. Our webcasts, designed for energy executives, keep you informed of new and emerging issues impacting the energy industry and provide insight into recent trends and opportunities within the sector.
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