A new industry environment calls upon new methods for financing and developing properties. In Session 1 we take a deep look at private equity, and how it can be used to support private (and public) E&P companies. We will start by providing a background of banking for in-house landmen, and follow with how private equity affects the VP of Land and in-house landman roles. We will look at traditional capital and deal structures and how typical agreements affect operations, reporting, and developing new projects. Next, we will look at startups and new ventures, and some of the new options for funding those entities such as Crowd Funding, and identify the traps for the unwary. We will also look at traditional, and now, not so traditional sources of capital. Finally we will look at the Exit Strategies that private equity may require, including paths to going public and asset sales, and how the exit strategy affects the rest of the E&P cycle.
The Landman 2.0 Series is going to be a six session series put on by Attorneys from Beckmen Law PC. The sessions will be held at AAPL Headquarters: 800 Fournier Street Fort Worth, TX 76102 from 10am-3pm. Four continuing education credits will be given every session. There will be a webinar and a live option and a discount will be given if you register for the whole series.