In this webcast, our team of turnaround and bankruptcy professionals from our Deals practice, will continue our conversation regarding companies in financial distress. This webcast will focus on specific valuation topics as well as financial reporting requirements under US GAAP both during and, upon emergence from bankruptcy.
PwC's Energy practice invites you to watch a replay of this recorded webcast which we discuss today’s tax controversy landscape, current issues and challenges, and what you can do to mitigate risk and uncertainty.
Midstream transactions drove sector deal activity as companies adapt their operations and business objectives to the lower oil price environment.
Renewable transactions drove deal activity this quarter, and continue to drive investor interest in the space, though there is broader interest in deals across the industry landscape.
This paper discusses what oilfield services companies can do to survive the current period of collapsed oil prices.
In this recorded webcast, PwC's Oil and Gas Deals practice provides an update on current capital market transactions in energy and trends in oil and gas deals.
Watch a replay of our recorded webcast in which the Honorable Dave Camp, PwC's Senior Policy Advisory and Former Chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means, and Scott McCandless of PwC's Washington National Tax Practice, discuss the current tax state-of-play and the outlook for the second half of 2015 in the midst of all the change and challenges.
Watch a replay of our recorded webcast in which we discuss valuation and impairment trends in the energy sector, including key assumptions, inputs and other considerations used by many energy companies in assessing long-lived assets for impairment.
The FASB and IASB have issued their long-awaited converged standard on revenue recognition. How will you be affected? This industry-specific supplement to our In depth publication highlights some of the areas that could create the most significant challenges for mining entities as they transition to the new revenue standard.
U.S. Oil & Gas deal activity stalled in the first quarter of 2015, due to a low oil price environment. Meanwhile, corporate deals surpassed asset transactions for the first time in five years.