Energy Valuation Conference
ENERGY VALUATION CONFERENCE
May 12, 2021
8:15 am – 5:15 pm
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The Houston Chapter of American Society of Appraisers will host its 11th Annual Award Winning 2021 Energy Valuation Conference on Wednesday May 12, 2021. We plan for EVC to be “in person” if COVID-19 guidelines permit relaxed social distancing. Business Valuation Resources will separately provide a live webcast as an alternative for remote attendance. If circumstances require the conference to be converted to online only, all in person tickets will automatically be exchanged at no extra charge to live webcast, and BVR will email you a link to attend a few days before EVC.
TIMELY TOPICS BY NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED LEADERS IN ENERGY
Do you have Clients in the Energy Industry?
Learn About the Outlook of the Energy Industry & Timeline of Recovery by Sector.
Speakers were Excellent & Well-Rounded Mix.
Houston’s 2021 Energy Valuation Conference is designed to bring together pre-eminent energy valuation professionals & industry thought leaders presenting timely educational topics, including comments on the industry’s Post-COVID Energy Outlook. Featured speakers are remarkable leaders from all sectors of the energy industry demonstrating a variety of perspectives in business valuation, machinery & technical specialties, new accounting developments, appraisal review & management, real property, and more.
What makes energy valuation so important to appraisers?
This very dynamic and cyclical industry affects all cities around the world. Even if your client isn’t an energy company, energy can still play a vital role in its performance, cost structure and profitability.
What did attendees take away from 2020 EVC?
205 attendees (75% were from 13 states beyond Houston, and as far away as Brazil, Kazakhstan, and Canada) gained a better understanding of the current economic and geopolitical conditions of the industry, and discussed solutions to the current challenges faced in energy valuations. EVC is a very holistic and well-rounded conference that attendees enjoy and learn from – not just appraisers.
WHO JOINED 2020 EVC ?
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION CREDITS :
Maximum 8 hours CPE/CE
2021 EVC will be “IN PERSON” (CoViD permitting). Monitoring of the pandemic is ongoing, and if circumstances require us to convert the event to “online only,” all tickets will automatically change from “in person” to “online only” at no extra cost to registrants, and Business Valuation Resources will email you a link to attend. Business Valuation Resources will separately provide a live webcast for online attendance.
In case you need any additional information or have any questions about EVC, ask your question in the form below and one of the committee members will get in touch with you.
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PRIOR ENERGY VALUATION CONFERENCES
2019 ENERGY VALUATION CONFERENCE RECAP
The Houston Chapter’s 2019 Energy Valuation Conference presented a comprehensive overview of valuation issues in the energy industry, including 3 M&E speakers, 4 BV speakers, and an industry spokesman on the Current State of the Oilfield Services Industry as lunch speaker.
Topics covered all aspects of o/g valuation, including Permian Basin asset development activity, mineral & royalty valuation issues, upstream valuations in US onshore unconventional shale, midstream valuations, valuation of power plants, oilfield services & equipment - M&A, derivatives & hedges accounting in energy, reserve definitions, valuation of water (Permian Basin), and valuation trends.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas building in Houston provided an elegant setting, complete with Fort Knox security, and local artists’ paintings. Food included a continental breakfast, break-time snacks, Tex-Mex lunch, and a Texas-style after-conference cocktail party complete with Chivas Regal and hot appetizers.