Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. served as financial advisor to Gastar on its sale of Appalachian assets to Tug Hill Inc. for $80 million. For Gastar’s press release regarding this transaction, please click the button below.
Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. was host to over 1,000 industry professionals on February 11th for Classics & Cocktails, the company’s post NAPE Expo reception. Held at the Four Seasons Ballroom, the classic car themed event included several hand crafted classic car ice sculptures and a DJ playing classic rock hits.
Our CEO Luncheon Series continued on February 9th with the spotlight on OFS private equity pioneer L.E. Simmons. Mr. Simmons described the genesis of SCF Partners and the early decision to pursue a company-building path over a more traditional investment-centric model. Over more than 25 years, SCF’s unique strategy has been the foundation and incubator for OFS household names such … Read More
$30 oil creates tough times, but it also creates opportunities. In an effort to dive into the financial issues the upstream world is facing, TPH hosted our first of what will be a series of quarterly upstream CFO-focused events. Nearly 100 senior upstream finance professionals representing companies across the public and privately owned spectrum gathered at the TPH conference center … Read More
Dan Pickering, Co-President of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., talks with KHOU about the uncertainties facing our economy.
We hosted Lime Rock Partners CEO Jonathan Farber on January 7th. Mr. Farber co-founded the firm in 1998 with John Reynolds. Lime Rock’s foundation was built on the E&P and oilfield service perspective Mr. Farber and Mr. Reynolds gained collectively as analysts in energy research and investment banking with Goldman Sachs in the 1990s. This collaboration has allowed Lime Rock … Read More
Dan Pickering, Co-President of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., talks with KHOU about his prediction of higher oil prices by the end of 2016.
Matthew Portillo, Managing Director at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., discusses why oil should recover to $70 a barrel by the fourth quarter on CNBC’s Power Lunch.