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Energy YTD 2013 Network Activity Report

Axial has published the Energy YTD 2013 Network Activity Report. The report examines trends and activity in the oil, gas & consumable fuels, energy equipment & services, alternative energy, and utilities industries. While investor demand has remained fairly consistent in energy opportunities, deal flow slowed during the summer.

Thanks to Members JT Schroder and Andy Reckles of North Point Energy Partners, Sean Ward of Blue Point Capital Partners, Alex Koles of Reinvention Capital Advisors, and Cliff Atherton of GulfStar Group for their insights.

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A preview of the report’s findings can be found in the below slideshow:

2013 Energy Network Activity Report

 

This report is based on real-time data and analysis from activity on the Axial network. There have been 343 Energy opportunities shared since January 1, 2013, with cumulative revenue of $7.1 Billion.

The State of Energy M&A
The State of Energy M&A

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“It is really a mixed bag right now. While there is a lot of activity, many people are very nervous about buying at the end of a run-up…There is definitely a lot of interest, but people are nervous to pull the trigger.”

- Sean Ward, Blue Point Capital Partners

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Buyer-Seller Mismatch
Buyer-Seller Mismatch


“I think the biggest and most salient issue is that there is way too much capital chasing too few quality deals of the right size and scope. ”

- Andy Reckles, North Point Energy Partners

Impact of Commodities
Impact of Commodities


“The relative unresponsiveness of the commodity markets may have cooled interest and activity.”

 - Sean Ward, Blue Point Capital Partners

Alternative Energy Deal Flow
Alternative Energy Deal Flow
Investor Demand: Energy Equipment & Services
Investor Demand: Energy Equipment & Services
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