New Industry Report

The 7 Key Factors Driving Small-Cap Oil & Gas Valuations

Report: 7 Key Factors Driving Small-Cap Oil and Gas ValuationsWhen will the oil price pendulum swing back?

And when it does, how well will you have weathered the current turmoil?

Oil price is just one factor that materially impacts small-cap, oil and gas company valuations.

A new industry report by oil and gas analyst Jamal Orazbayeva identifies the key drivers of oil and gas valuations that every investor should understand.

What are the 7 Key Factors?

Read how these diverse factors influence what a company’s real value might be, and how they may help identify companies that are well-positioned for the long-term.

  1. Oil price, world supply, demand dynamics, and oil price recovery timing.
  2. Asset base and reserves, their evaluation, and their evolution based on the E&P cycle.
  3. Capital spending and its relation to growth, strategies of risk.
  4. Cost controls, balance sheet strength, and debt policy.
  5. Fiscal regimes and how they impact valuations.
  6. Geopolitical environments and how they influence risk attitudes and valuations. 
  7. Management abilities and how they translate into share appreciation.

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Also Available in Print

To order a printed version of the report, please contact:

Ashley Garnot
General Manager
mailto:ashley.garnot@tagoil.com
Direct +1.604.282.6384
TAG Oil Ltd.
885 West Georgia St., Suite 2040
Vancouver, BC
Canada V6C 3E8

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Highlights

  • 24 informative pages
  • Comparative charts and graphs
  • Written by a professional oil & gas analyst
  • Objective insights for the well-informed investor

 

About the Author

Jamal Orazbayeva is a respected oil and gas analyst based in London, UK. She has previously worked in GMP Securities and Westhouse Securities. Her coverage has included a number of oil and gas companies with assets and listings internationally, and she has visited oil and gas assets in Africa, Kazakhstan, Argentina and offshore Norway.

Her focus is on exploration and production, and Ms. Orazbayeva has been regularly quoted in The Financial Times, The Guardian, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal and many other media outlets, as well as interviewed for Sky News and Proactive Investors. Jamal holds an M.Sc. in Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics.

About the Publication

The opinion, analysis, and research results presented herein are drawn from more detailed research and analysis independently conducted and published by Jamal Orazbayeva.

This message and publication are sponsored by TAG Oil Ltd., info@tagoil.com | 1-604-282-6384 | TSX: TAO, OTCQX: TAOIF.

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