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March 26, 2020 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM Central
In the current investment environment—one of lower growth, trimmed capex, and a focus on returning capital to shareholders—asset management is more critical than ever for E&Ps. Robust asset management includes a full evaluation of strategic alternatives for areas beyond a company’s core focus, ranging from drilling partnerships to outright sales. SM is a textbook case as it evaluates options for its large Eagle Ford position that would allow it to reduce leverage and focus on its core Midland Basin development. Join Enverus analysts Andy McConn and Andrew Dittmar as they present an overview of this asset and the potential options available to SM.
Some of the topics covered in this Webinar will include:
- The rationale for SM to look at a divestment or partnership for its legacy Eagle Ford asset
- A review of past buying trends in the Eagle Ford, including buyer types and asset valuations
- An update on current A&D in the Eagle Ford and other packages potentially on the market
- A review of SM’s Eagle Ford well inventory, decline rates, valuations, and other forward-looking analysis from our Operator Intelligence product
- A pro-forma look at how SM would stack up against peers following an Eagle Ford sale
Andy is a Principal Analyst with Enverus’ Operator Intelligence group. He specializes in oil-and-gas valuations, operational and financial forecasts, and related research reports and products. Prior to joining Enverus, Andy worked for energy-analytics and E&P businesses for a decade. He is based in Houston, Texas.
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.