Tag Archives: energy

Beware SoLR Power in Energy Administrations

With the gradual opening of energy supply markets allowing new energy providers to challenge the established providers and bring increased competition to the market, the last two decades have seen an increase in smaller energy providers entering the market and sharing a growing customer base. But what happens to the customers when an energy provider … Continue Reading

Bankruptcy Developments and Trends – A Look Back at 2015 and Into 2016

Restructuring partners Mark Salzberg and Karol Denniston, together with financial services partner, Michael Cuda, recently authored a chapter in “Inside The Minds: Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and Restructuring Strategies – Leading Lawyers on Navigating Recent Trends, Cases and Strategies Affecting Chapter 11 Clients” published by Thomson Reuters/Aspatore. In their chapter, entitled “New Developments in Chapter 11 … Continue Reading

Back To The Future: This Plummeting Oil & Gas Market Is Unlike Any Prior Crisis

Last week our Energy Restructuring Team attended the Energy CFO Roundtable in Houston that focused on “Restructuring in the Oil Patch”.  Stephen Lerner, the chair of our Restructuring & Insolvency Practice Group, was one of the panelists.  In this blog we summarize some of the important takeaways from the Roundtable, along with our current thoughts … Continue Reading

Oil and Gas M&A Market to Re-energize in 2016

Since the third quarter of 2014, the appetite for lending to small and midsized exploration and production companies (E&P Companies) has decreased substantially for several reasons. The most significant reason is the drop in oil prices to the WTI Spot close at Cushing, Oklahoma in the $35 per barrel range at the end of 2015. … Continue Reading
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