Due Diligence

Energy assets can vary greatly in value from one year to the next as leases expire, wells cease to produce in commercial quantities, reserves deplete, and market prices fall to unexpected levels.  When purchasing these properties, or if the time comes to tighten up the belt and shed non-core holdings, it is important to know what those assets are and how they have been affected by time and circumstance.

Asset inventory, title verification and defect identification, and environmental factors are just a few of the things to consider in due diligence efforts. Paladin has the right staff and experience to give you the information you need to understand exactly what you have or what you are going to get in an acquisition or divestiture.