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Follow updates by Jhett Nelson on law news provider JD Supra.
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    With the price of crude oil falling to new 52-week lows, weekly reports that inventories still exceed expectations and no indication that we have hit bottom, exploration and production companies continue to feel the pressure of tightened borrowing...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    In the current price environment, highly leveraged exploration and production (E&P) companies facing liquidity-induced stress find themselves facing a dilemma. As borrowing-base cuts loom, capital markets remain tight and hedges roll off, many...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    If you read one thing... - On Tuesday, Judge Shelley Chapman, the Southern District of New York Bankruptcy Judge in the Sabine Oil & Gas chapter 11 cases, noted she was “inclined” to permit the rejection of certain gathering and processing...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    Amidst the current downturn in oil prices, many expect and hope for, an increase in merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the coming months. Whereas past downturns created an opportunity for major acquisitions, such as Exxon’s merger with Mobil...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    In a hotly anticipated ruling on Tuesday, Judge Chapman followed on her prior pronouncement that she was “inclined” to permit the rejection of certain gathering and processing agreements in the Sabine Oil & Gas chapter 11 cases by ruling in favor of...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    As the spate of energy bankruptcies continues, trustees, shareholders, creditors, plaintiff’s firms and other interested parties are looking at ever more creative ways to maximize the recovery for their constituency or fight against total loss. In a...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    Oil prices hit a seven-month high on Tuesday, with WTI ending the day at $48.31. Prices have been on the rise since hitting lows under $30 in February, with the most recent boost caused by global supply disruptions and Goldman Sachs’ higher-demand...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    Despite the current slump in oil prices, there has been a general uptick in private capital flowing into the oil patch. With the view that the worst is behind us and that prices have settled relatively, many of the biggest names have piled into the...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    With the price of crude oil falling to new 52-week lows, weekly reports that inventories still exceed expectations and no indication that we have hit bottom, exploration and production companies continue to feel the pressure of tightened borrowing...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    In the current price environment, highly leveraged exploration and production (E&P) companies facing liquidity-induced stress find themselves facing a dilemma. As borrowing-base cuts loom, capital markets remain tight and hedges roll off, many...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    If you read one thing... - On Tuesday, Judge Shelley Chapman, the Southern District of New York Bankruptcy Judge in the Sabine Oil & Gas chapter 11 cases, noted she was “inclined” to permit the rejection of certain gathering and processing...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    Amidst the current downturn in oil prices, many expect and hope for, an increase in merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the coming months. Whereas past downturns created an opportunity for major acquisitions, such as Exxon’s merger with Mobil...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    In a hotly anticipated ruling on Tuesday, Judge Chapman followed on her prior pronouncement that she was “inclined” to permit the rejection of certain gathering and processing agreements in the Sabine Oil & Gas chapter 11 cases by ruling in favor of...
    By: Jhett Nelson

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    As the spate of energy bankruptcies continues, trustees, shareholders, creditors, plaintiff’s firms and other interested parties are looking at ever more creative ways to maximize the recovery for their constituency or fight against total loss. In a...
    By: Jhett Nelson

    0 0

    Oil prices hit a seven-month high on Tuesday, with WTI ending the day at $48.31. Prices have been on the rise since hitting lows under $30 in February, with the most recent boost caused by global supply disruptions and Goldman Sachs’ higher-demand...
    By: Jhett Nelson

    0 0

    Despite the current slump in oil prices, there has been a general uptick in private capital flowing into the oil patch. With the view that the worst is behind us and that prices have settled relatively, many of the biggest names have piled into the...
    By: Jhett Nelson