This includes sessions from the conference: AICPA/PDI Oil and Gas Conference 2019
Embracing automation to eliminate low value tasks and to become more strategic. The session will focus on and highlight experiences, insights and best practices from those that have implemented and are implementing intelligent automation.
This session will give an overview of the market-relevant political and geopolitical outlook for 2020 rooted in the dominant trends of 2019 and our long-term structural trends. The focus will be on US policy ahead of Nov 2020, China’s stimulus, the trade war, Iran, North Korea, OPEC, and Russia.
In this session, we will discuss the U.S. oil and natural gas production and pricing outlook for the short-medium term. High level trends will be conversed that will drive the largest shale basins over the next five years, and how changing operator dynamics/expectations will impact growth moving forward. We will discuss what growing infrastructure and exports (both crude and LNG) will mean for the industry, and what impact they will have on local pricing points of both crude and natural gas. Finally, what is the longevity of shale and should we be worried?
This session will highlight current tax topics facing both financial reporting and tax professionals. Topics include alternative financing, deferred tax issues, loss limitations, opportunity zones, and other SALT implications of tax reform.
Lenders can handle bad news, but we hate to be surprised by bad news. Bruce Hernandez will provide his perspective as a seasoned oil and gas lender on the rules of the road, what's changed, what's changing, what's to come, what you might not be able to count on your banks for anymore, and what we can do to improve the lines of communication between lenders and producers.
Attend this session to get an overview of the strategies, dynamics and trends in the upstream oil and gas acquisition and divestiture marketplace.
In the digital era, there is a new model of leadership that requires leaders to be more digitally capable to exert a positive impact on their organization’s performance. This leadership requires a full and complex range of skills, including interpersonal, analytic and technical. To thrive, most organizations need to build new skills and capabilities, overcome old mindsets, and develop new ways of working. The digital transformation is here to unlock human potential. Are you ready?
This session will explore accounting considerations for recent complex oil & gas transactions.
The Office of the Chief Accountant is the primary adviser to the Commissioners of the SEC on all accounting matters and has oversight of the FASB and PCAOB. This session will discuss current oil and gas financial reporting issues from the perspective of the SEC’s Office of the Chief Accountant along with insights to interpreting U.S. GAAP and managing financial reporting risk.
In this session, Kathleen will discuss the primary federal issues that affect the industry in the western states, and how politics will affect these policies in 2020 and beyond. She will also discuss how state policies in Colorado and New Mexico indicate a plan of advocacy in other western states and across the nation.