Energy Valuation Conference
2020 ENERGY VALUATION CONFERENCE
To register to attend EVC in person for $225 to $350 click on Buy Tickets button:
Houston Chapter’s Energy Valuation Conference is designed to bring together prominent energy valuation professionals along with exceptional networking opportunities. Featured speakers are remarkable leaders in the energy industry from all corners of USA demonstrating a variety of perspectives in BV & MTS.
What makes energy valuation so important to appraisers?
This very dynamic and cyclical industry affects all cities across the world from Denver to Houston to South America. Even if your client isn’t an energy company, energy can still play a vital role in its performance.
What did attendees take away from 2019 EVC? Diversified attendees made perfect networking.
The 143 attendees (25% from out of state) gained a better understanding of the current economic and geopolitical conditions of the industry, and found solutions to challenges faced in energy valuations. EVC is a very holistic and well-rounded conference that attendees enjoy and learn from – not just appraisers. 2019 attendees included: 35% CPAs, 25% ASA.BVs, 20% ASA.M&E, 15% CFAs, 10% Engineers/Industry executives.
|LOCATION: Federal Reserve Bank - Houston Branch, 1801 Allen Parkway, Houston, TX 77019|
|NEARBY HOTELS with shuttle service to FRB:
Best Western Plus Downtown Inn & Suites, 915 W.Dallas St., Houston, 77019, 713.571.7733
|CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION CREDITS: 8 hours CPE/CE|
|PRESENTERS & TOPICS
For information contact Carol Akers Klug, EVC Chair, email firstname.lastname@example.org
$250 for ASA Members until March 31, 2020 ($300 after April 1, 2020)
Included: Buffet Breakfast, Buffet Lunch, 2 Mid-Day Snacks, Appetizer/Cocktails After EVC
Carol Akers Klug
EVC Event Chair
EVC Sponsor Chair
EVC Speakers Chair
EVC IT Chair
2020 EVC Sponsors
Prior Energy Valuation Conferences
2019 ENERGY VALUATION CONFERENCE RECAP
The Houston Chapter’s 2019 Energy Valuation Conference last May 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.