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Wilcox Swartzwelder & Co. Announces the Sale of Henderson & Erickson’s Salt Water Disposal Well Assets to On Point Oilfield Holdings

Jan 24, 17 • Press Releases

IRVING, TX, January 25, 2017 – Wilcox Swartzwelder & Co, LLC, a boutique investment bank focused on assisting middle market energy, industrial, manufacturing and distribution companies, is pleased to announce the sale of Henderson & Erickson’s (“H&E”) salt water disposal well assets to On Point Oilfield Holdings, LLC, (“On Point”), a portfolio company of White Deer Energy (“White Deer”).

H&E developed and operated multiple high-quality, high capacity strategically located Class II licensed salt water disposal well facilities in the Permian Basin. The H&E team will remain as operating consultants to On Point.  H&E commenced its salt water disposal well operations in 2011 and is headquartered in Midland, Texas.

“Wilcox Swartzwelder did an excellent job. This was a lengthy and complex transaction with a myriad of twists and turns.  Not to mention poor oil and gas industry conditions. I am pleased with the outcome and the very favorable terms. Over a three year period, they provided senior-level support, in-depth industry knowledge, creativity, professionalism and solutions. We couldn’t have done it without them.” said Mr. Curt Henderson, Principal of H&E.

Read Full Press Release: Wilcox Swartzwelder & Co. Announces Sale of Henderson & Erickson’s Salt Water Disposal Well Assets to On Point Oilfield Holdings (PDF)

 

 

Energy Industry: Where Do We Go From Here

Aug 19, 16 • Presentations

m&a energyThe drastic events in the energy industry over the past two years have created concerns that put the future existence of some companies in doubt. At times like these, considering M&A energy proposals just to survive become more prevalent in this industry.

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Preparing to Sell Your Business?

Jun 16, 16 • Whitepapers

selling a businessFor those who put their heart and soul into building a business in the industrial and energy sector, the time may come when selling the business may be the right thing to do. Taking that step requires carefully following a thoughtful and executable exit plan. Following are a few key items to consider:

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WS360: Merger & Acquisition (M&A) Trends for the Energy & Industrial Sector (December 2015)

Jan 20, 16 • WS360: M&A Trends

Wilcox Swartzwelder & Co. closely tracks M&A activity in the energy and industrial sector – who is buying what, valuations and general trends. See below for our December 2015 edition of WS360 showing notable mergers & acquisitions.  If you would like to speak about a possible transaction, please contact us.

If you would like to receive our monthly newsletter, WS360: Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) for the Energy & Industrial Sector, please click on the link to sign up.   (more…)

Exit: Selling Your Business for Maximum Price

Dec 3, 15 • Whitepapers

Have you considered selling your business? Virtually all business owners consider selling their company at some point. A sale is a normal occurrence. Owners take great risks in building their businesses and wanting to reap the fruits of their labor is natural.

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Raising Private Capital for an Energy Company? Be Prepared

Dec 3, 15 • Whitepapers

The energy industry downturn is causing a number of players to raise fresh capital.  But with commodity prices at current low levels and uncertainty regarding future prices, raising new capital is a difficult proposition. It is even more difficult for raise capital for private companies.

So how can you be successful?  By being intensely prepared.  Let me explain…

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How To Choose the Right Investment Bank When Selling Your Middle Market Company

Dec 3, 15 • Whitepapers

Energy Investment Banker in Dallas, TexasProfessions in all sectors of society have become increasingly specialized over the last several decades. We have doctors, engineers, scientists, and yes, investment bankers, who have developed highly selective skill sets for specific applications.

Choosing an investment banker to sell a private middle-market business is not a choice to be made lightly. In addition to familiarity with the particulars inherent in an industry and the actual sale process, a banker’s knowledge, experience, and advice can have significant influence and bearing as to a company’s evaluation, its competitive profile, and its ultimate sales price in a transaction.

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WS360: Merger & Acquisition (M&A) Trends for the Energy & Industrial Sector (November 2015)

Dec 1, 15 • WS360: M&A Trends

Check out Wilcox Swartzwelder & Co.’s November 2015 edition of WS360 for notable mergers & acquisitions in the energy and industrial sectors. We closely track M&A activity in the energy and industrial sector – who is buying what, valuations and general trends. If you would like to speak about a possible transaction, please contact us.

If you would like to receive our monthly newsletter, WS360: Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) for the Energy & Industrial Sector, please click on the link to sign up.   (more…)

WS360: Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Trends for Energy & Industrials (October 2015)

Oct 19, 15 • WS360: M&A Trends

Check out Wilcox Swartzwelder & Co.’s monthly newsletter with notable Merger & Acquisition deals in the energy and industrial sectors for October 2015. (more…)

M&A Trends for the Energy Sector (Sep 2015)

Sep 17, 15 • WS360: M&A Trends

Merger & Acquisition Trends for the Energy Sector (Sep 2015)

Check out Wilcox Swartzwelder & Co.’s monthly newsletter with notable M&A deals in the energy sector.  

Download PDF: WS360: Energy M&A Trends (Sep 2015)

  • Midstream Companies Looking to M&A for Growth. Moody’s downgraded its outlook for the global midstream industry, reasoning that much of the interstate infrastructure needed for shale production has already been built or is in the works. “If companies continue to hunt for growth, it’s only going to put more focus on M&A because it’s difficult right now to find these opportunities organically.” (SNL Energy – August 24, 2015)
  • Refiners Running Full Throttle Leads to Heavier Fall Maintenance Season. Refineries running full throttle have likely delayed making much-needed repairs, and the strain is starting to show. (San Antonio Express News – August 14, 2015)
  • Sub-$40 Oil Drives Wedge Between Buyers & Sellers, Leaving Permian & Private Equity as Main Deal Drivers. The rapid “double dip” slide of WTI oil futures since late June is shaking up whatever common ground buyers and sellers found this spring when prices broke above the $60/bbl mark. In the current pricing environment, (Oil & Gas Financial Journal – Sep. 15, 2015)

As energy investment bankers, we closely track M&A activity in the industry – who is buying what, valuations and general trends.  Sign up for our Monthly WS360 M&A Newsletter to receive the latest merger and acquisition trends for the Energy sector.

 

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