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About Anthony C. Marino
Anthony C. Marino is a shareholder at the law firm of Slattery, Marino & Roberts located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. Marino has represented numerous energy producing companies before the State of Louisiana, Office of Mineral Resources, State Mineral and Energy Board, Office of Conservation and the (i) Bureau of Ocean Energy Management; and (ii) Bureau of Safety Environmental Enforcement in the Pacific, Gulf of Mexico, and Alaska OCS Regions, Department of the Interior, Interior Board of Land Appeals, and other regulatory agencies concerning a variety of matters such as plugging and abandonment liability, bonding, and incidents of non-compliance. Mr. Marino received his J.D. degree from Loyola University School of Law and attended the University of New Orleans, where he received his B.A. degree. Mr. Marino is an Adjunct Professor at Loyola University School of Law where he teaches Mineral Law. Mr. Marino is the recipient of the AAPL APEX Educational Award in both 2000 and 2005, and the Corporate Leadership Award from the then Minerals Management Service, Pacific OCS Region in 2004
About Slattery, Marino & Roberts
Slattery, Marino & Roberts (“SMR”) located In New Orleans, Louisiana, provides legal expertise in litigation and transactional matters with a focus on matters involving the oil and gas industry. SMR counsels companies with interests located on the Outer Continental Shelf as well as in deepwater and represents clients in dealings with government agencies, including the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) in all OCS Regions. SMR also advises clients on matters involving offshore and onshore Louisiana properties. The firm assists clients with federal and state regulatory and taxation issues as well as other business and commercial law matters, corporate law, contract negotiations, and business transactions.
Many exploration and Production (E&P) companies have been severely stressed in the recent commodity price decline that began in mid-2014. While prices have recovered and the rate of bankruptcy filings has shrunk to a trickle, a great many E&P companies continue to have debt structures that are unsustainable or that constrain their ability to take advantage of growth opportunities. These companies continue to have a need for changes in their debt structures to remedy the situation.
The energy market is presently in a period that creates both opportunities and challenges for energy lenders and investors, as well as E&P companies. Although it is said that the industry is recovering from the brutal last few years of weak prices, strong pressures toward capital discipline, restraining capital expenditures within cash flow limits, portfolio realignments, and productivity efficiencies have resulted in an increase in the volatility of enterprise values. New strategies and new capital sources may help to mitigate these pressures on the industry.
Join a panel of thought leaders and professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group as they provide the audience with an in-depth analysis of Oil and Gas Restructuring. They will present a comprehensive overview of the legal and regulatory frameworks of this significant topic while exploring promises and perils of oil and gas restructuring.
Key issues that will be covered in this course are:
• Restructuring Strategies – Overview
• Current Trends and Issues
• Latest Restructuring Strategies
• Promises and Challenges
• What Lies Ahead
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