2021, 05/12: Energy Valuation Conference (date pending)

Hosted By ASA's Houston Chapter

May 12, 2021 | 8am - 5:30pm
(Texas Cocktails & Networking 5:30-7pm)

$250 ASA Members (Early Bird Rates until March 31, 2021)
$275 Non-Members (Early Bird Rates until March 31, 2021)

Where - COVID19 Permitting
Federal Reserve Bank
1801 Allen Parkway Houston, TX 77019
EVC will offer Live Webcast Option

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Learn: Topics Presented by Prominent Energy Valuation Professionals

How can my firm JOIN as SPONSOR to get benefits: LOGO in emails, brochure, pdf in Sponsor Slide Show, free registration & more, depending on the level selected:

Who: 205 attendees joined 2020 EVC from 13 states and 4 countries from Kazakhstan, Brazil to Canada. By Discipline, 59% were ASAs [36% BV; 17% MTS; 6% ARM]; 27% CPAs; 7% CFAs & 2% industry executives.”

Notable Speaker: ASA CEO Johnnie White and International President Douglas Krieser spoke at lunch.

Can you provide Learning Objectives, Presenters and Topics of the 2020 Energy Valuation Conference? Houston Chapter’s Energy Valuation Conference is designed to bring together prominent energy valuation professionals along with exceptional networking opportunities. Featured speakers are remarkable leaders in the energy industry from all corners of USA demonstrating a variety of perspectives in BV & MTS:

1. Jeff Gustavson of Chevron on Integrated Energy Perspectives: Acquisition & Divestment Activity in Permian Basin;
2. Alex Lidbeck of Chemical Data on Extensive Chemical Investments: Increased Exposure to the International Market;
3. Art Berman of Energy Specialist & Consultant on Methods of Oil & Gas Property Valuation;
4. Dr. Rachel A. Meidl of Baker Institute on Sustainability, Renewables & Environmental Policy;
5. Robert Teigman of Houlihan Lokey on Midstream Market Conditions / Update;
6. Cameron Alguire of Tudor Pickering Holt on Investment Banking – Global Energy & Power;
7. Adrian Galis & Steve Sprenger of RSM on Energy Storage & Distributed Generation, MTS;
8. John Fossum of Petrie Partners on Current State of the Upstream M&A, A&D & Impact of Limited Capital.

What makes energy valuation so important to appraisers? This very dynamic and cyclical industry affects all cities across the world from Denver to Houston to South America. Even if your client isn’t an energy company, energy can still play a vital role in its performance.

What did attendees take away from 2020 EVC? All gained a better understanding of the current economic and geopolitical conditions of the industry, and learned perspectives on challenges faced in energy valuations in this economy and COVID environment. Which sectors will return and when. EVC is a very holistic and well-rounded conference that attendees enjoy and learn from – not just appraisers.

When is 2021 EVC? Where can I register? How to join as a SPONSOR or attend in Houston in May 2021 Energy Valuation Conference, COVID permitting. [If EVC must convert to Online Only due to COVID, all “in person” tickets will be converted to “online” at no extra cost to attendees.]

  • Early bird until March 31 and (after April 1 fees) are $250($325) for ASA members; $275($350) for non-members; $225($300) per person for 4 or more from same firm. ·
  • Substitution of registrants is allowed thru April 30, 2021. ·
  • CE/CPE: up to 8 hours of CPE and/or CE credits. ·
  • No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. Non-refundable after March 31, 2021.