Energy Capital Conference
April 17-18, 2017
Austin, Texas
Omni Barton Creek
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Unconventional Oil & Gas CenterOil and Gas Investor
Featured Sponsors
EDFHolland ServicesDrillingInfoStratas AdvisorsNetherland, Sewell & Associates (NSAI)Cohn ReznickEnCap Investments
Raymond JamesLantana Energy AdvisorsLime Rock PartnersLeggette, Brashears & GrahamPrudential Capital Group

Looking ahead: Where A&D Begins

As oil prices stabilize and companies set spending thresholds higher, battle-tested producers have emerged leaner – and acquisitions and divestitures are central to their 2017 playbooks. Searching for new sources of capital? Want access to the next hot play? Oil and Gas Investor's Energy Capital Conference puts you in the driver's seat.

Join us April 17–18, as 300+ industry leaders, business development professionals and financial experts gather in Austin to listen to 12 executive-level speakers and discuss best practices on how to acquire and exploit assets. The annual Energy Capital Conference Golf Tournament and Welcome Dinner are a few of the many opportunities to network with startup CEOs, billionaire oilmen and A&D aces looking for assets. Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to hear and connect with some of the brightest leaders in the industry!

New for 2017: Our expanded program will focus on best practices for accessing capital to secure strategic A&D assets.

News

Krewe Energy Receives Equity From Coral Reef Capital
Krewe Energy LLC said Jan. 18 that Coral Reef Capital made a new investment in it, supporting its growth and recapitalizing it.Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Kinder Morgan's Revenue Drops 6.8%
Kinder Morgan Inc. reported a 6.8% drop in quarterly revenue as its pipelines moved lower volumes of oil and gas. The Houston-based company's revenue fell to $3.39 billion from $3.64 billion.Kinder Morgan reported a net profit attributable to shareholders of $170 million, or 8 cents per share, in the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared with a loss of $721 million, or 32 cents per share, one year earlier. The year-earlier quarter included a $1.1 billion impairment charge.