Guidance from the Experts: Valuing Oil and Gas Entities (PDF)

July 2013 978-1-62150-030-08 PDF

BVR (editor)

Business Valuation Resources, LLC

Development and investment in shale plays, the application of new technologies, increased M&A, and a growing number of oil and gas mineral rights holders who need gift and estate tax work create exciting opportunities and challenges for business appraisers and financial analysts appraising oil and gas companies. Guidance from the Experts: Valuing Oil and Gas Entities, A BVR Special Report dives into discussion of the unique characteristics and considerations owners and valuation professionals should consider when deriving value estimates for all companies along the oil and gas value chain. 

Highlights of the special report include insight on:

  • Top value drivers in the oilfield services industry
  • Best approaches to valuing oil and gas companies
  • Valuations with and without reserve reports
  • Using oil and gas royalty reports when valuing minority interests
  • Valuing mineral and production rights
  • Current state of the Marcellus Shale
  • Key sources of oil and gas industry data
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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Where to Dig for the Value of an Oilfield Services Company
    By Brad Edwards, CFA, CPA/ABV

  • Marcellus Shale update: Decrease in Producer Spending Affects Values of Production Rights
    By Brandon J. Otis, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA, CFE

  • Using Oil and Gas Royalty Trusts to Value Minority Interests in Similar Holdings Arriving at FMV Conclusion for Energy Properties Requires Engineering Expertise
    By Allen C. Barron, P.E.

  • Valuing and Oil and Gas Working/Royalty Interests without a Reserve Report
    By Steve Sprenger, CFA

  • Valuing Natural Gas Rights in Shale Formations: A Case Study
    By Joshua Lefcowitz, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA, CFE, ASA

  • The Valuation of Master Limited Partnerships
    By Brad Edwards, CFA, CPA/ABV

  • Oil and Gas Industry: Sources of Information

  • Additional Reading