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AICPA Oil & Gas Conference
Nov 11 - Nov 13, 2018
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Marriott City Center, Denver, CO
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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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Matthew Gertken, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President, BCA Research

Session 1. Geopolitical Outlook 2019


Kathleen Sgamma
President, Western Energy Alliance

Session 2. Regulatory Landscape


Jonathan Duersch
Associate Chief Accountant, U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission

Session 10. SEC Update

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.



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Agenda
SUNDAY, November 11
1:00PM - 5:00PM

Registration Open

2:00PM - 4:45PM

PRE CONFERENCE OPTIONAL WORKSHOP

101. Implementing the New Revenue Standard: A Roadmap
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Basic | CPE: 3.25


Speakers:

Reid Brooks, CPA, Director, Opportune LLP
Sandy Dhariwal, ACA, Manager, Opportune

A walk through the key steps in a successful ASC 606 implementation with practical examples and tips from countless implementations. The session will cover the following topics: establishing an implementation team, scoping and determining a testing approach, testing and documentation, ongoing disclosure, and process and controls impact.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the key steps in implementing ASC 606
  • Understand the disclosure, process and control impact of adopting ASC 606

Prerequisites: Basic understanding of the new revenue recognition standard.
Advanced Prep: None

MONDAY, November 12
7:00AM - 5:30PM

Registration Open

7:00AM - 8:00AM

Continental Breakfast & Vendor Display

8:00AM - 8:10AM

Welcome & Introductory Remarks

8:10AM - 9:25AM

KEYNOTE

1. Geopolitical Outlook 2019
Field(s) of Study: Economics
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1.5

General Session

Speaker:

Matt Gertken, PhD, Vice President, Geopolitical Strategy, BCA Research

This session will give an overview of the market-relevant political and geopolitical outlook for 2019 rooted in the dominant trends of 2018 as well as our long-term structural trends. The focus will be on US policy after the midterms, the trade war with China, Trump's foreign policy toward Iran, North Korea, and Russia, and the macroeconomic context and consequences.

  • Gain insight into contemporary global political, macroeconomic, and military events and the cyclical and secular trends leading into next year that will affect global markets
  • Gain insight into geopolitical methodology as an analytical tool

Prerequisites: General understanding of energy economics and related geopolitical risks.
Advanced Prep: None

9:25AM - 9:30AM

Transition

9:30AM - 10:20AM

GENERAL SESSION

2. Regulatory Landscape
Field(s) of Study: Regulatory Ethics
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Kathleen Sgamma, President, Western Energy Alliance

The Trump Administration has shown a penchant for effectively rolling back regulation that has stymied economic opportunity. The effect has been particularly pronounced for the oil and natural gas industry which was a specific target of the Obama Administration. With the first step being rolling back significant regulatory overreach, Western Energy Alliance is now focused on enacting long-term regulatory reform that will survive the political winds. This session will also address the effect the upcoming elections will have on the energy dominance agenda.

Learning objectives:

  • Attendees will leave this session with knowledge of important regulations that affect the industry, particularly in the western states
  • Gain an understanding of how the political and regulatory climate could affect the oil & gas business for the next few years

Prerequisites: Basic understanding of governmental regulations effecting the oil and gas industry.
Advanced Prep: None

10:20AM - 10:45AM

Networking Break - Refreshments & Vendor Displays

10:45AM - 11:35AM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS (SELECT ONE)

3. Impact of the Tax Reform Act on the Industry
Field(s) of Study: Taxes
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speakers:

Louis Teuscher, Vice President and Chief Tax Officer, The Williams Companies, Inc. and Williams Partners L.P.
Jeff Dodson, CPA, Partner, KPMG LLP

Join this session to learn how several important provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act applies to natural resource related activities.

Attendees will gain and understanding of:

  • Section 163(j) ATI adjustments, including interest/depreciation/depletion included in COGS, and various partnership cost elections for mine exploration, oil and gas depletion, and section 59(e) items.
  • FDII – computations for exported minerals including oil and gas and products therefrom
  • Sequestration on AMT refunds - OMB
  • Section 199A qualified income
  • MLP’s conversion to corporation by FERC regulated entities
  • Tariffs and other international issues
  • State income taxes become more prominent
  • Hedging issues

Prerequisites: Basic understanding of current income tax regulations and the new tax act provisions.
Advanced Prep: None

4. Vendor Fraud
Field(s) of Study: Behaviorial Ethics
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

John Lipka, Senior Partner, EnergySec LLC

This session will focus on current oil field vendor/contractor fraud schemes, trends and risks. We will discuss examples of common fraud scenarios and how they were ultimately detected. We will then address methods and internal control procedures to prevent and detect vendor/contractor fraud.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand vendor fraud risks faced by companies
  • Consider the internal controls that could address these risks
  • Name some common fraud schemes

Prerequisites: General understanding of internal accounting controls as they relate to potential vendor fraud.
Advanced Prep: None

11:35AM - 11:45AM

Transition

11:45AM - 12:35PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS (SELECT ONE)

5. Moody’s Outlook: Rating’s Response to Changing Commodity Prices
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Peter Speer, CPA, Senior Vice President, Moody's Investors Service

A sustained rise in oil prices has led to a resurgence in drilling activity and oil production growth. E&P companies are focused on capital discipline and improving shareholder returns. Oilfield service companies and drillers are slowly regaining earnings power after three tough years. Midstream companies have organic growth opportunities but contend with regulatory and structural changes.

This session will cover:

  • Moody’s outlook for oil & gas prices and industry profitability
  • 2018 rating upgrades and downgrades and key drivers for rating changes
  • Capital market activity in 2018 and outlook for capital market access in 2019.This session will improve the participant's understanding of:
  • Key fundamental drivers for oil and gas prices
  • Moody's rationale for credit rating upgrades and downgrades
  • Capital market conditions for oil and gas companies

Prerequisites: General understanding of how changes in oil and gas prices can effect company debt ratings.
Advanced Prep: None

6. FASB Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speakers:

Chad Soares, CPA, Partner, PwC LLP
Michael Bellin, CPA, Partner, PwC LLP

This session includes an overview of selected Accounting Standards Updates (ASUs) issued during the period, as well as current trends and hot-topics we have been seeing in the market.

Learning objectives:

  • Provide attendees with an overview of new standards; and
  • Provide an update on current trends and hot-topics

Prerequisites: General understanding of accounting standards that effect oil and gas companies.
Advanced Prep: None

12:35PM - 1:30PM

Networking Lunch

1:30PM - 2:20PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS (SELECT ONE)

7. Revenue Recognition - Implementation Lessons Learned
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Kristin Floyd, CPA, Manager, Opportune LLP

This session will provide an overview of the lessons learned through the implementation and adoption of the new revenue recognition standard in the energy industry.

Learning objectives:

  • Provide an overview of complex technical accounting considerations for upstream and midstream companies
  • Develop an understanding of common energy implementation challenges
  • Discuss current SEC revenue recognition comment letter trends

Prerequisites: A basic understanding of the new revenue recognition standard.
Advanced Prep: None

8. The Future of Procurement and Supply Chain
Field(s) of Study: Management Services
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speakers:

Cade Lutz, Procurement Director, PwC LLP
Peter Domanko, Director, PwC LLP

This session will focus on the key trends impacting Procurement and Supply Chain Organizations today and the impacts that digital is having and will continue to have in the future.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the key focus areas of Supply Chain and Procurement Leadership in today's environment
  • Develop a deeper understanding of current Procurement and Supply Chain technology and how it is being applied
  • Understand the impacts of digital (e.g., Blockchain, Machine Learning, RPA) on Procurement and Supply Chain functions and how they are being considered in the current environment

Prerequisites: General knowledge of energy supply chain and logistics operations.
Advanced Prep: None

2:20PM - 2:30PM

Transition

2:30PM - 3:20PM

GENERAL SESSION

9. Fourth Time Charm?
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Tad Herz, CPA, Executive Vice President and CFO, FourPoint Energy,LLC

This session will provide an understanding of the challenges and opportunities in value creation in today's market.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn about the value creation efforts at FourPoint Energy, LLC as an example of thriving in today's market conditions
  • Understand the opportunities available in the Oil and Gas Minerals market

Prerequisites: A basic understanding of what effects oil and gas value creation.
Advanced Prep: None

3:20Pm - 3:45PM

Networking Break - Refreshments & Vendor Displays

3:45PM - 4:35PM

GENERAL SESSION

10. SEC Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Jonathan Duersch, CPA, Associate Chief Accountant, U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission

This session will provide an update to the current accounting and regulatory issues relevant to the oil and gas industry from the perspective an Associate Chief Accountant at the SEC within the Office of the Chief Accountant. Accounting issues associated with implementation of new standards and recent GAAP interpretations will be discussed. Recent regulatory activities involving Commission rules and enforcement actions will also be discussed.

Learning objectives:

  • Participants will be informed on current accounting issues that are relevant to the oil and gas industry from a regulatory perspective in order to better manage their financial reporting and disclosure risks
  • Inform participants on current regulatory matters to assist companies in providing transparent disclosures to investors

Prerequisites: A basic understanding of SEC rules effecting the oil and gas industry.
Advanced Prep: None

4:35PM - 4:40PM

Transition

4:40PM - 5:30PM

GENERAL SESSION

11. The Shale Revolution - A Tale of Innovation in Oil & Gas
Field(s) of Study: Personal Development
Knowledge Level: Basic | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Ron Gusek, President, Liberty Oilfield Services

The most important innovation of the 21st century is not Facebook. It's fracking This session will explore the technological advances enabled the shale revolution, and a number of the more recent innovations that have improved the economics and reduced the impact of oil and gas operations in North America.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the technological changes that enabled the shale revolution
  • Learn about new innovations that are enabling the industry to thrive in a different commodity price environment and to do so while continuing to reduce its social and environmental impact
  • Learn about the role hydraulic fracturing plays in our energy future

Prerequisites: A general knowledge of the oil and gas industry and related technologies employed.
Advanced Prep: None

5:30PM - 6:30PM

Networking Reception

TUESDAY, November 13
6:30AM - 4:30PM

Registration Open

6:30AM - 8:00AM

Continental Breakfast & Vendor Display

7:00AM - 7:50AM

EARLY RISER

201. Technology Solutions with Respect to Lease Accounting
Field(s) of Study: Accounting, Information Technology
Knowledge Level: Basic | CPE: 1

Early Riser

Speakers:

Reid Brooks, CPA, Director, Opportune LLP
Dave Loucks, Opportune LLP

Join this session to learn about Information Technology considerations to help you prepare your company for ASC Topic 842 – Lease Accounting. Opportune will cover best practices for adoption of Topic 842 and how your company’s technology decisions can be affected by common industry issues and the various transition approaches to adoption.

Learning objectives:

  • Discuss key considerations to minimize unnecessary implementation-related efforts and common pitfalls to avoid
  • Gain insights into Opportune’ s Topic 842 technology solution and what questions to ask potential software vendors to avoid unnecessary implementation costs

Prerequisites: A basic knowledge of lease accounting and related technologies employed.
Advanced Prep: TBD

7:00AM - 7:50AM

EARLY RISER

202. Tax Considerations in the Acquisition and Disposition of Oil and Gas Assets in the Current Market
Field(s) of Study: Tax
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1

Early Riser

Speaker:

Rob Myatt, CPA, Partner-in-Charge, Oil and Gas Services, Tax and Strategic Business Services, Weaver
Jon Roberts, CPA, Partner, Tax and Strategic Business Services, Weaver

In a constantly evolving merger and acquisition (M&A) market, deal structuring is fluid and tax implications are unique and impactful to each situation. Weaver’s energy-focused tax partners will offer an interactive discussion on tax considerations when buying and selling assets in the current upstream and midstream markets.

Learning objectives:

  • Focus on current acquisition/disposition considerations in both upstream and midstream deals
  • Discuss strategies to minimize your tax liability on the sale of assets
  • Touch on impact of new tax reform, including carried interest rules and 199A

Prerequisites: A general understanding M&A in the energy industry as it relates to tax considerations.
Advanced Prep: TBD

8:00AM - 8:05AM

Chair Remarks

8:05AM - 8:55AM

KEYNOTE

12. CEO Industry Outlook for Oil and Gas
Field(s) of Study: Economics
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1

General Session

Speaker:

Wouter van Kempen, Chairman, President & CEO, DCP Midstream

As the oil and gas industry recovers from recent volatility, a new dynamic has emerged. From new macro-economics and geopolitical influences, to game-changing technology and generational shifts, what it takes to succeed in today's business environment has evolved. Wouter van Kempen, president, chairman, and CEO of DCP Midstream, a Fortune 500 natural gas company based in Denver, will give you his perspective on this new normal.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand key macro dynamics within the full value chain of the oil and gas industry
  • Understand how technology is playing a critical role in how the industry improves its safety, environmental impact, and bottom line

Prerequisites: Knowledge of energy economics.
Advanced Prep: None

8:55AM - 9:00AM

Transition

9:00AM - 9:50AM

KEYNOTE

13. Bytes to Barrels
Field(s) of Study: Business Management and Organization
Knowledge Level: Basic | CPE: 1

General Session

Speaker:

Andrew Slaughter, Executive Director, Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions, Deloitte LLP

This session will explore developments and opportunities in digital innovation in the upstream oil and gas sector.

Learning objectives:

  • Introduction to digitalization in upstream oil and gas
  • Discussion of priority areas of opportunity and key success factors

Prerequisites: Basic undertanding of current technology employed by oil and gas companies.
Advanced Prep: None

9:50AM - 10:25AM

Networking Break - Refreshments & Vendor Displays

10:25AM - 11:15AM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS (SELECT ONE)

14. The Current Environment for Private Equity Investment in Energy
Field(s) of Study: Accounting, Auditing, Economics, Finance
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Griffin Perry, Managing Director, Grey Rock Energy Partners

This session will cover the private equity markets with a focus on energy private equity firms. Topics will be wide ranging, but include changes seen by investors as well as general partners. Topics will include supply/demand economics, investor appetite for oil and gas investments as well as renewables and fundraising overviews.In this session, we will explore:

  • What does it take to raise an institutional private equity fund?
  • What types of investors are investing in energy funds, both traditional and renewable?
  • Where can you make money in a lower oil and gas price environment?
  • Trends in investment vehicles

Prerequisites: Knowledge of how capital markets and private equity firms effect oil and gas investments.
Advanced Prep: None

15. Cyber Trends and Emerging Threats
Field(s) of Study: Information Technology
Knowledge Level: Basic | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Mike Saylor, Chief Executive Officer, Cyber Defense Labs

The session will present current Cyber Threats, discuss Emerging Trends, and provide Mitigation Strategies to address many common and emerging risks.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn about current and anticipated changes to the Cyber Threat landscape
  • Discover mitigation strategies to address Cyber Threats

Prerequisites: General understanding of cybersecurity issues facing the industry.
Advanced Prep: None

11:15AM - 11:25AM

Transition

11:25AM - 12:15PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS (SELECT ONE)

16. White Collar Fraud of Today
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Basic | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Brian Blauser, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI

The session will provide an overview of the financial crimes the FBI is seeing and has identified as current trends to include romance scams, business email compromise, and high yield investment fraud. There will also be an FBI case study presented.

Learning objectives:

  • Education on present day financial crimes
  • Case study will highlight pitfalls and buzz words to be aware of when learning about investment or financing opportunities

Prerequisites: General understanding of the types of fraud that can protentially impact oil and gas companies.
Advanced Prep: None

17. Commodity Price Forecast
Field(s) of Study: Economics, Finance
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Chris High, Managing Partner, Concentio Capital

A discussion and demonstration of how historical price trend analysis is more effective than relying on the strip to determine future price direction will be presented during this session. Different methodologies on how to review the trend and provide real-time analysis for the long, intermediate and short-term trends for oil and natural gas will be revealed.

Learning objectives:

  • Price trend analysis
  • Price forecasting

Prerequisites: Basic understanding of factors effecting current and future oil and gas prices.
Advanced Prep: None

12:15PM - 1:10PM

Networking Lunch

1:10PM - 2:00PM

GENERAL SESSION

18. Effects of the Trump Administration on the Energy Industry
Field(s) of Study: Business Management and Organization
Knowledge Level: Basic | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Scott McLucas, Managing Director, KPMG LLP
Steven Estes, KPMG LLP

The first two years of the Trump Administration have had a significant impact on American politics, culture, and business. This session will start with a background on the current economic environment then discuss the impacts of the Trump administration.

Learning objectives:

  • Examine the administration’s impact on politics and specifically the O&G industry at the midpoint of Trump’s first term
  • Discuss recent results of the 2018 mid-term elections that specifically will have an impact on our industry in the future

Prerequisites: General understanding of recent federal government rules and initiatives effecting the oil and gas industry.
Advanced Prep: None

2:00PM - 2:25PM

Networking Break - Refreshments & Vendor Displays

2:25PM - 3:15PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS (SELECT ONE)

19. The New Leasing Standard – Tomorrow is Almost Here
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Molly Chilakapati, Partner, KPMG LLP

This session will focus on certain key accounting, auditing and implementation aspects of ASC 842, Leases. The course will highlight key changes in lease accounting for lessees and lessors but will also focus on the transition requirements of the standard and those technical aspects important to the implementation of this new standard.

At the end of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify key changes in lease accounting for lessees and lessors under ASC 842 compared to ASC 840
  • Recognize the definition of the lease and how to identify and allocate consideration to lease and non-lease components under ASC 842
  • Identify the transition requirements under ASC 842, including the available practical expedients

Prerequisites: A basic understanding of the new leasing standard.
Advanced Prep: None

20. Key Operating Metrics and Analytics
Field(s) of Study: Accounting, Finance
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Aaron Vandeford, Managing Director, EnerCom Inc.

Don't have an opinion, have a number! This is EnerCom's moto when looking at value drivers in the oil and gas industry. EnerCom has been providing thoughtful counsel, guidance and insight to the global oil and gas industry for more than twenty years. In this session we will take a data driven approach of identifying key E&P operating metrics and looking at their relationship to valuation in an ever-changing commodity market.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify operating metrics and value drivers that management teams are focused on to run their business and make capital allocation choices
  • Gain a prospective on the current oil and gas financial markets and where we are heading

Prerequisites: An understaning of how analytics are applied and used by energy companies
Advanced Prep: None

3:15PM - 3:25PM

Transition

3:25PM - 4:15PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS (SELECT ONE)

21. Tax Overview for Non Tax
Field(s) of Study: Taxes
Knowledge Level: Basic | CPE: 1


Speaker:

Judy Cain, CPA, Partner, Plante Moran

This session will discuss current tax considerations non-tax management teams should be aware of in today's deal environment.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand current trends in deal structures
  • Gain insights into deal structure alternatives
  • Understand new federal and state law impacts on deals

Prerequisites: A general understanding of how federal income taxes effect the oil and gas industry.
Advanced Prep: None

22. U.S. Onshore Upstream M&A: Drivers of Transaction Activity and Complexity
Field(s) of Study: Finance
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1


Speakers:

Thomas Thayyil, CA, Senior Vice President, Houlihan Lokey, Inc.

In this session, we will discuss key trends of U.S. Onshore M&A activity, drivers of transaction complexity and key considerations for financial due diligence in upstream transactions.

Learning objectives:

  • List drivers of the M&A trends in the onshore Oil & Gas sector
  • Explain the relevance of financial diligence in Oil & Gas transactions

Prerequisites: General understanding of how financial due diligence is used in upstream transactions.
Advanced Prep: None

Attendance options
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference
Nov 11-Nov 13, 2018
Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1095.00
Nonmember: $1395.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Online Conference
Nov 11-Nov 13, 2018
Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1095.00
Nonmember: $1395.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Online Conference - Select 8
Nov 11-Nov 13, 2018
Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $705.00
Nonmember: $1005.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference
Nov 11-Nov 13, 2018
Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1295.00
Nonmember: $1595.00
Nov 11 2018
Revenue Recognition Workshop
02:00 PM - 04:45 PM
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PRICING SUMMARY
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference (In person)
$1095.00 - $1395.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Online Conference (Online Conference)
$1095.00 - $1395.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Online Conference - Select 8 (Online Conference: 8 Pack)
$705.00 - $1005.00
AICPA Oil & Gas Conference (Flex Pass)
$1295.00 - $1595.00
CREDIT INFO
CPE credits
Conference
: 17.5,
Online Conference
: 17.5,
Workshop
: 3.0
NASBA Field of Study
NONE
Level
Intermediate
Prerequisites
None
ADVANCE PREPARATION
None

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