EY - Oil and gas: Impairment and capital spending trends

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Oil and gas: Impairment and capital spending trends

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With the late 2016 agreement by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to cut oil output, what are the near- and long-term capital spending expectations for companies in the oil and gas industry?

Join EY panelists as they discuss the implications for impairments and reserves.

Panelists

EY - Mitch Fane

Mitch Fane

Ernst & Young LLP

Mitch Fane is the Southwest Region Energy leader in Transaction Advisory Services for Ernst & Young LLP, the EY member firm in the US. He is a principal with experience serving clients in the Oil & Gas and Power & Utilities industries. Mr. Fane is also the Power & Utilities Valuation Leader.

EY - Herb Listen

Herb Listen

Ernst & Young LLP

Herb Listen is the US Oil & Gas Assurance Leader and a member of Ernst & Young LLP, the EY member firm in the US. He is an assurance partner with more than 23 years of experience, specializing in providing services to domestic and multi-national companies in the Oil & Gas and Power & Utilities industries.

EY - Vance L. Scott

Vance L. Scott

Ernst & Young LLP

Vance Scott is the EY Americas Oil & Gas Leader in Transaction Advisory Services and a member of Ernst & Young LLP, the EY member firm in the US. He also serves as head of the Parthenon- EY group in Chicago. Vance has over 20 years’ experience and in-depth industry knowledge in energy and related industry segments.

Moderator

EY - Deborah Byers

Deborah Byers

Ernst & Young LLP

Deborah Byers is the Managing Partner of Ernst & Young LLP’s Houston office and also serves as the firm’s Oil & Gas Leader. Ms. Byers is a transaction tax partner with more than 26 years of experience serving both US and non-US based multinationals with in-depth knowledge of structuring and financing corporate expansions and joint ventures.

She also served as the oil and gas sector leader for EY Americas tax services and continues to be a part of the Energy Center of Excellence in Houston.