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Quarterly Energy Forum: Energy Capital Markets: Private Equity Fundraising and Energy IPOs

The Houstonian Hotel
111 North Post Oak Lane
Houston, TX 77024
Valet parking provided

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Please join King & Spalding and our guest speakers from the investment banking and private equity communities to discuss current trends affecting energy capital markets, including potential tax and regulatory reforms advocated by the new Trump Administration. Our afternoon program will feature the following segments:

  • Keynote Speaker: Tom Spulak, Head of King & Spalding's Government Advocacy Practice, will explain "what we know" about the changes taking shape in Washington that could impact energy capital markets (e.g., carried interest reform, DoddFrank) and which industry groups are influencing them.

  • Private Equity Fundraising in the Energy & Infrastructure Space: A panel discussion on the fundraising market from the perspective of the placement agent, the private equity sponsor and an institutional investor.

Moderator: Kathryn Furman, King & Spalding


Laura Tyson, Managing Director, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at The Energy & Minerals Group (EMG)

Richard J. Kradjel, Managing Director at Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking – Energy and Project Finance Group

Chris Halloran, Vice President at Prudential Capital Group

  • Energy IPOs and other Capital Market Trends: A panel discussion on trends in public energy capital markets, including perspectives from investment bankers on the mineral interest IPO, MLP simplification transactions, and oilfield service IPOs.

Moderator: Jeffery Malonson, King & Spalding


Scott Warrender, Managing Director at Wells Fargo Securities – Oilfield Services

Randy Bayless, Managing Director at Credit Suisse – Upstream Oil & Gas

W. Nelson Mabry, Managing Director at Barclays – Midstream Oil & Gas

Click here to view the agenda. Click here to view the summary.

Please contact Brandy Lopez at or +1 713 751 3283 if you have additional questions.

Continuing Legal Education Credit: CLE credit will be applied for in California, Georgia, New York, Texas, and if needed, North Carolina and Virginia. CLE certificates, including a Uniform Certificate of Attendance will be emailed to attorneys approximately 30 days after the program to use to seek CLE credit in other jurisdictions. For New York Licensed attendees, the content of this program is approved for both newly admitted and experienced attendees. The live, inperson format is Traditional in nature. Provider: King & Spalding | 1180 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30309 | Tel: +1 404 572 4600 | CA Provider #10947.

Event Details

Date: April 27, 2017

Time: 8:00 pm