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AICPA Oil & Gas Conference
Nov. 11–Nov. 12, 2019
|
Hilton Denver City Center, Denver, CO
| Live online
Conference details

It is a transformative time for the energy industry due to advances in technologies resulting in a surge of output, large fluctuations in commodity prices and current and pending regulatory changes. Attending the AICPA and PDI Oil & Gas Conference will provide critical information needed for a sound decision-making process and development of a strong company financial strategy. The conference includes sessions, among others, led by industry experts that provide essential industry, accounting, tax and regulatory updates.

Who Should Attend: CPAs, financial leaders and other US and international professionals involved in the oil and gas industries, including legal experts, governmental and regulatory officials.

Linking academia and the global workforce:
The AICPA continues its partnership with PDI, a not-for-profit corporation established to benefit the University of North Texas. PDI is a worldwide leader in oil-and-gas industry executive education, providing a link between academia and the global workforce. The company serves as an important source of programming, education and business intelligence for not only the local business community but also the world at large.

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NASBA Fields of Study:

Accounting, Audit & Attest, Management Accounting, Tax

Recommended CPE Credit

This conference was prepared in accordance with the Joint AICPA/NASBA Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs, effective on July 1, 2012. The recommended CPE credits are in accordance with these standards; however, your individual state board is the final authority on the acceptance of programs for CPE credit.

Expanded learning and CPE

Pre-Conference Workshop: Cure Confusion: A Deep Dive into Today's Toughest Accounting Issues
Nov. 10, 2:00 - 4:45pm | Additional fee applies

This workshop will quickly move past an overview and into detailed examples of actual transactions, relevant guidance and solution best practices to several accounting issues that almost every company is currently experiencing as a result of regulatory and market fluctuations. Regulatory changes include the FASB’s update to the definition of a business and applicable screen test; SEC proposed changes to the presentation of significant acquisitions; and Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL). Market-driven complexities include upstream DrillCo arrangements with private equity and midstream partners; modifications to share-based payment arrangements; and mezzanine financing structures with characteristics of debt and equity. Many issues around ASC 842 implementations are being discussed, but this session will dive into the details of identifying embedded leases, calculating the Incremental Borrowing Rate and implementing practical expedients.

Attendance options
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference
Nov 11-Nov 12, 2019

On-site: Immersed in the energy
Step away from your desk, and join us in Denver, CO. Youíll interact directly with thought leaders and have the advantage of dedicated networking time with your professional community. (TBD CPE credits).

Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1,175.00
Nonmember: $1,575.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Online Conference
Nov 11-Nov 12, 2019

Online: When travel isnít your preference
Sessions will be streamed live, in real time, direct to your computer or mobile device. Youíll have access to audio and video sessions, remote networking through polls and chat rooms, and handouts and slides, just as if you were there on-site. (TBD CPE credits).

Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1,175.00
Nonmember: $1,575.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference: Flex Pass
Nov 11-Nov 12, 2019

New > Flex Pass: The best of all worlds
Now you donít have to choose. Enjoy the flexibility of on-site AND online: attend some of the conference sessions in person to network with your peers, and view other sessions online. (TBD CPE credits).

Already registered but interested in this new attendance option? Call Member Service to upgrade to Flex Pass: 888.777.7077.

Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1,375.00
Nonmember: $1,775.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference
Nov 11-Nov 12, 2019

When youíre pressed for time, focus on the sessions that match your main area of business and dive in. Choose any 8 sessions to view online. (CPE credits vary by session).

Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $735.00
Nonmember: $1,135.00
Nov 10 2019
Cure Confusion: A Deep Dive into Today's Toughest Accounting Issues
02:00 PM - 04:45 PM
Agenda

SUNDAY, November 10
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Registration Open

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pre Conference Optional Workshop

OIL18101. Cure Confusion: A Deep Dive into Today's Toughest Accounting Issues
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate (3-5 years in the profession) | CPE: 3

Speakers:
Brett Lawson, CPA, Senior Manager, Plante Moran;
Douglas Reeb, Partner, Plante Moran;
Matt Smith, CPA, Director, Opportune LLP
Amy Stutzman Fortna, CPA, Managing Director, Opportune LLP


This session will quickly move past an overview and into detailed examples of actual transactions, relevant guidance and solution best practices to several accounting issues that almost every company is currently experiencing as a result of regulatory and market fluctuations.

Regulatory changes include the FASB’s update to the definition of a business and applicable screen test; SEC proposed changes to the presentation of significant acquisitions; and Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL).  Market-driven complexities include upstream DrillCo arrangements with private equity and midstream partners; modifications to share-based payment arrangements; and mezzanine financing structures with characteristics of debt and equity.  Many issues around ASC 842 implementations are being discussed, but this session will dive into the details of identifying embedded leases, calculating the Incremental Borrowing Rate and implementing practical expedients.

Learning objectives:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of these accounting issues and how they can be identified in existing or contemplated transactions
  • Become equipped with the tools and relevant examples to initially analyze and document solutions prior to completing such transactions or an external audit

Prerequisite: Attendees should have a basic knowledge of A&A, Tax and business solutions within the dealership industry

Advanced prep: None

MONDAY, November 11
7:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Registration Open

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Continental Breakfast & Vendor Display

8:00 AM - 8:10 AM

Welcome & Introductory Remarks

8:10 AM - 9:25 AM

Keynote

OIL1901. Keynote Panel: Rise of the Robots - Embracing the Future
Field(s) of Study: Information Technology
Knowledge Level: Overview (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1.5

Panelists:
Cody Putnam, Partner, EY;
Lane Hale, Technology Director, Devon Energy;
Heather Mueck, CPA, Corp Accounting Director, Marathon Oil;
Jennifer Stevens, IT Program Manager, Marathon Oil Corporation


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.

Learning objectives:

  • Key considerations for building your RPA strategy from those that have been through it
  • How to address and overcome challenges and resistance faced by companies further along in their RPA journey
  • Advantages of RPA and why to think about it now

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

9:25 AM - 9:30 AM

Transition

9:30 AM - 10:20 AM

General Session

OIL1902. Geopolitical Update
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Beginner (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Matthew Gertken, PhD, Vice President Geopolitical Strategy, BCA Research


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

10:20 AM - 10:45 AM

Networking Break - Refreshments & Vendor Displays

10:45 AM - 11:35 AM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

OIL1903. U.S. Production and Pricing Outlook
Field(s) of Study: Production
Knowledge Level: Overview (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Parker Fawcett, Energy Analyst, S&P Global Platts


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?

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the impact a growing Permian has on US oil & gas outlook
  • Dive into basin-level trends to better understand regional production forecasts and pricing impacts

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

OIL1904. Tax Topics for Today
Field(s) of Study: Taxes
Knowledge Level: Advanced (6-10+ years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Judy Cain, CPA, Partner, Plante Moran


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

11:35 AM - 11:45 AM

Transition

11:45 AM - 12::35 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

OIL1905. Lender Update
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Bruce Hernandez, Senior Vice President/Relationship Manager, US Bank


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

OIL1906. Upstream Oil & Gas Acquisition and Divestitures Trends
Field(s) of Study: Economics, Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Intermediate (3-5 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Chris Atherton, CEO, EnergyNet, Inc.


Attend this session to get an overview of the strategies, dynamics and trends in the upstream oil and gas acquisition and divestiture marketplace.

Learning objectives:

  • Obtain an understanding of buyer and seller dynamics and drivers for oil and gas acquisitions
  • Gain an understanding of Capital Markets impact on oil and gas markets, productions and valuations

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

12:35 PM - 1:30 PM

Lunch

1:30 PM - 2:20 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

OIL1907. Leadership in the Digital Era
Field(s) of Study: Business Management & Organization
Knowledge Level: Overview (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Timothy Haskell, Senior Manager, EY LLP


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?

Learning objectives:

  • Understand how leadership characteristics and acumen are changing in the digital era
  • Discover how those changing characteristics impact team morale, productivity, and engagement

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

OIL1908. Current Accounting Challenges
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Molly Chilakapati, KPMG


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

2:20 PM - 2:30 PM

Transition

2:30 PM - 3:20 PM

General Session

OIL1909. SEC Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate (3-5 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Jonathan Duersch, CPA, Associate Chief Accountant, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission


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.

Learning objectives:

  • Obtain information to assist companies in managing financial reporting risk
  • Get insights on new rules and regulations

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

3:20 PM - 3:45 PM

Networking Break - Refreshments & Vendor Displays

3:45 PM - 4:35 PM

General Session

OIL1910. Policies Impacting the Oil & Natural Gas Industry in the West
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Beginner (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Kathleen Sgamma, President, Western Energy Alliance


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.

Learning objective:

  • Understand some of the most pressing federal issues affecting the industry, and how the political climate affects policies for the industry going forward

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

4:35 PM - 4:40 PM

Transition

4:40 PM - 5:30 PM

General Session

OIL1911. Cybersecurity Threats and Risks Facing the Oil and Gas industry
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Intermediate (3-5 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Ron Hulshizer, CMA, CGEIT, CISA, Managing Director, BKD Cyber


This session will offer resources companies can use to assist in managing the ever-evolving cybersecurity threats and risks posed to employees and energy companies and will also share share cybersecurity cases.

Learning objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats and risks
  • Identify steps individuals and energy companies can take to minimize effects of cyber threats through employee accountability, responsibility and governance
  • Recount the trench stories of cyber security cases
  • Recognize the resources a company can leverage

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Networking Reception

TUESDAY, November 12
6:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Registration Open

6:30 AM - 8:00 AM

Continental Breakfast & Vendor Display

7:00 AM - 7:50 AM

Early Riser

OIL19201. TBA
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 1

Speakers:
TBA


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

OIL19202. TBA
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 1

Speakers:
TBA


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

8:00 AM - 8:05 AM

Chair Remarks

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM

Keynote

OIL1912. Keynote: Energy Outlook to 2040
Field(s) of Study: Economics
Knowledge Level: Overview (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Russell McLendon, Investor Reporting Manager, ExxonMobil


The Outlook for Energy is ExxonMobil’s global view of energy demand and supply through 2040. It also highlights the dual challenge of providing affordable energy to support prosperity while reducing environmental impacts – including the risks of climate change. We use the Outlook to help inform our long-term business strategies and investment plans. The Outlook anticipates significant changes through 2040 across the world to boost living standards, reshape the use of energy, broaden access to abundant energy supplies, and accelerate decarbonization of the world’s energy system to address the risks of climate change.

Energy is fundamental to modern life, and as the world’s population approaches 9 billion people in 2040, we are challenged to improve living standards everywhere. Understanding the factors that drive the world’s energy needs – and likely choices to meet those needs – is the mission of the Outlook. By sharing the Outlook with the public, we hope to broaden that understanding. Energy matters to everyone, and we all play a role in shaping its future.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the importance of energy for human development and expanding prosperity
  • Explore some of the trends shaping how we use energy, and how those trends differ by sector and region of the world
  • Understand the role that oil and gas play in future energy projections, including 2 degree Celsius scenarios

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

8:55 AM - 9:00 AM

Transition

9:00 AM - 9:50 AM

General Session

OIL1913. Rise of the Super Private Operator
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Jeff Hanna, Managing Director, Investment Banking, TudorPickering Holt & Co.


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

9:50 AM - 10:25 PM

Networking Break - Refreshments & Vendor Displays

10:25 AM - 11:15 AM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

OIL1914. Tax Reform: Where are we now?
Field(s) of Study: Taxes
Knowledge Level: Update (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speakers:
Patrick Hanley, CPA, Tax Partner, Moss Adams LLP;
Lori Mettille, CPA, Partner, Moss Adams LLP


This session will focus on providing those in the oil and gas industry with an update after the first year of implementation of the sweeping tax law changes enacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The presenters will focus on lessons learned, areas where guidance is still needed and potential planning or focus areas for the future.

By attending this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  • Identify lessons learned from the 2018 filing season related to implementation of Tax Reform for oil and gas companies
  • Identify areas of importance to those in the oil and gas industry where guidance is still needed from the IRS
  • Identify potential areas for focus or planning for those in the oil and gas industry going forward into 2020 and beyond

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

OIL1915. ASC 842 - Lessons Learned from Public Company Implementation
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Katie McKnight, CPA, Senior Manager, EY LLP


This session will explore lessons learned from public company implementations of ASC 842.

Learning objectives:

  • Discuss key considerations of the new leases standard
  • Identify implementation challenges relating to the new leases standard

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

11:15 AM - 11:25 AM

Transition

11:25 AM - 12:15 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

OIL1916. State of the Renewables
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Overview (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Alice Jackson, President, Xcel Energy - Colorado


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

OIL1917. Non-Traditional Financing Trends
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Rob Johnson, Managing Director, EIG Global Energy Partners


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

12:15 PM - 1:10 PM

Networking Lunch

1:10 PM - 2:00 PM

General Session

OIL1918. Energy, Poverty and the Environment
Field(s) of Study: Communications and Marketing
Knowledge Level: Update (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Chris Wright, CEO, Liberty Oilfield Services


Description coming soon.

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

2:00 PM - 2:25 PM

Networking Break - Refreshments & Vendor Displays

2:25 PM - 3:15 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

OIL1919. Tax Considerations on the Acquisition and Disposition of Midstream and Upstream Assets: Avoid the BIG Traps
Field(s) of Study: Taxes
Knowledge Level: Overview (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speakers:
Jason McIntosh, JD, Partner, Vinson & Elkins LLP;
Brian Russell, JD, LL.M. (Taxation), Associate, Vinson & Elkins LLP


This session will discuss common tax issues in oil and gas transactions and provide various solutions related thereto.

Learning objectives:

  • Provide general tax consequences of upstream and midstream transactions
  • Outline common issues in upstream and midstream transactions

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

OIL1920. Forensic Hot Topics in the Oil and Gas Industry
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 1

Speakers:
Seth Fisher, CPA, CFF, Partner, PwC


In this session we will delve into common frauds and risks related to the procurement cycle, vendor selection, contract management, and management override of controls.

Learning objectives:

  • Discover the use of technology and data to address the challenges in analyzing oil and gas royalties, allocated costs, vendor activity, and other complex transactions
  • Learn about the latest issues in conducting investigations

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

3:15 PM - 3:25 PM

Transition

3:25 PM - 4:15 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

OIL1921. Midstream - Opportunities and Challenges
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Overview (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speaker:
Matthew Wojtalewicz, CPA, VP and Controller, Kinder Morgan


This session will provide an overview of the current midstream oil and gas business environment from the perspective of an infrastructure company.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify current opportunities and challenges facing the midstream oil and gas industry
  • Identify accounting issues impacting the midstream oil and gas industry

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

OIL1922. Moody's: Capital Markets Tepid For Oil & Gas
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Update (1-2 years in the profession) | CPE: 1

Speakers:
Peter Speer, Moody's


Investor sentiment for oil and gas has turned decidedly negative. The collapse of oil prices in late 2018 and high volatility this year has heightened investor skepticism and diminished willingness to allocate capital to the industry. E&P companies continue to transition towards more of an industrial mindset, focusing on capital discipline and improving shareholder returns. This spending restraint has hurt oilfield service and drilling companies, pressuring margins and profitability after a short-lived upturn. Midstream companies have simplified their corporate structures and reigned in distributions, yet their equity valuations languish. This session will cover how the industry is contending with these challenges and what that means for credit ratings and market access in 2020.

Learning objectives:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of the current capital market conditions for oil & gas companies, including key equity and debt investor concerns when evaluating the industry
  • Learn more about how companies are adapting to the demands for more capital discipline and improved shareholder returns

Prerequisite: None

Advanced prep: None

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PRICING SUMMARY
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference (In person)
$1,175.00–$1,575.00
$1,575.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Online Conference (Online Conference)
$1,175.00–$1,575.00
$1,575.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference: Flex Pass (Flex Pass)
$1,375.00–$1,775.00
$1,775.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference (Online Conference: 8 Pack)
$735.00–$1,135.00
$1,135.00
CREDIT INFO
CPE credits
Conference
: 16.5,
Online Conference
: 16.5
NASBA Field of Study
NONE
Level
Intermediate
Prerequisites
None
ADVANCE PREPARATION
None

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