The oil, gas, and alternative energy industries are subject to volatile market swings and evolving technologies. In an ever-changing climate, appraisers face serious challenges when valuing segments in this complicated industry. The new special report, “What It’s Worth: Valuing Oil, Gas, and Alternative Energy Assets, Second Edition” keeps business appraisers, analysts and owners current with the key trends, data, and valuation approaches in this constantly evolving space.
This report is a must-have resource, which provides fundamental insights into the considerations and nuanced areas that factor into a valuation of an oil, gas, or alternative energy business. Get perspective from experts on the challenges, key valuation drivers, and opportunities in oil, gas, and alternative energy sectors. Plus, learn how the courts ruled on key aspects of valuations with in-depth analysis of important cases. Highlights of the report include:
- Get an insider’s view of how to identify the numerous systemic and non-systemic risks intrinsic in evaluating the prospective economic viability of an oil and gas prospect or investment ? a comprehensive case study walks readers through the research process a team of appraisers completed to determine the risks involved
- Learn the unique value drivers to take into consideration for an oil and gas company and asset valuation - includes a summary of the valuation parameters arising from the lower costs that service companies have adopted to survive in a more competitive environment
- Get key insights on the evolving wind and solar energy industries ? learn how the valuation of these promising companies is different than traditional valuations and what drivers need to be included in the valuation
- Stay current on case law related to the valuation of oil and gas businesses ? learn valuable lessons from the analysis of 17 court cases where oil and gas related business valuations were front and center
- Benchmark value in several segments of the energy industry with transaction data from Pratt’s Stats and rules of thumb from the Business Reference Guide