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Where do the Major Permian Players Stand after the Anadarko Acquisition?

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June 11, 2019 | 2:00 PM CT – 3:00 PM CT
See how Permian pure-play E&Ps stack up on a $/acre valuation and asset performance.
 
Occidental sent shockwaves through the E&P space with its bold move to outbid Chevron and acquire Anadarko for $57 billion in a deal largely focused on the Delaware Basin. That has led to questions about other potential deals in a highly fragmented Permian. Join us on June 11 @ 2pm cst as our expert M&A analysts, Andrew Dittmar and Tyler Krolczyk walk through the major players that are entirely or nearly all Permian-focused and could be involved in future M&A. You will walk away with insights on:
 
  • How is the market currently valuing acreage owned by Permian pure-play E&Ps?
  • Is the current acreage valuation higher or lower than past transacted Permian deals?
  • How do the companies stack up in terms of asset/acreage performance?
  • Where are the trends pointing for future Permian activity?

Speakers

Andrew Dittmar

Andrew Dittmar

Senior Analyst, Drillinginfo

Andrew Dittmar is a Senior M&A Analyst on the Drillinginfo Market Research Team. Andrew specializes in deal analysis, research and valuations for upstream assets. He focuses largely on placing individual deals into context around broader industry trends and outlooks, and has been quoted by Reuters, CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, Houston Chronical and other media outlets. Andrew holds a BBA in Finance from Texas A&M University and a JD from The University of Texas School of Law.
Tyler Krolczyk

Tyler Krolczyk

Technical Advisor, Drillinginfo

Tyler Krolczyk is a Petroleum Engineer and Techincal Advisor on the Drillinginfo Consulting Services Team. Tyler has been at DI for over two years. He has worked on dozens of projects in the E&P, minerals, midstream, and financial space. Tyler is proficient in utilizing DI data to create production forecasting and valuation insight in the market across multiple basins, while also providing a geological and commercial perspective. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

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