Oil & Gas Financial Journal magazine for March 2012 edition has been released. You can read latest news and important financial developments on Oil & Gas industry through this issue. Here are feature articles for this month.
The jury is still out as to whether or not and independent Scotland would be overly dependent on North Sea oil revenues and, if so, whether it would be possible to manage the country’s budget given the volatility of oil prices.
LNG Business Models
Washington attorney Thomas Holmberg discusses the three basic structures for an LNG liquefaction project and the tax, legal, risk, and financing considerations for each.
IFRS Impacts M&A Deals
Companies considering a merger or acquisition should be aware of how IFRS differs from US GAAP financing reporting standards and the impact that IFRS will have o duet diligence and other aspects of the M&A transaction.
Legal experts suggest that a proactive, cooperative strategy will enhance the credibility of a company during high-risk investigations by FERC, the CFTC, the FTC, and other energy regulators.
Eagle Ford Update
The oil majors and foreign oil companies are attracted to the liquids-rich Eagle Ford shale play.
Valuation: Part 2
In the second half of this two-part series, authors Mark Kaiser and Yunke Yu establish the relationship between market capitalization, reserves, and production for the group of companies introduced in February.
Special Report: Russia
Moving Beyond the Legacy
In September 2011 Russia attracted global headlines following the signing of a historic deal between ExxonMobil and Rosneft for exploration of the Kara Sea on Russia’s Arctic shelf.
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