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An excellent training manual and professional reference, this new edition is packed with examples, diagrams, and appendices. It has been completely updated to reflect the current issues facing oil and gas producers operating in both U.S. and international locations.
Detailed and expanded to accommodate changes in the oil and gas industry, this text is suitable for both industry and academic mediums. The new international chapter is an overview of current international oil and gas accounting and the problems that companies face in accounting for international operations. The new pipeline accounting chapter deals with accounting under the FERC rules as contrasted with GAAP accounting.
Professor Charlotte Wright updates her indispensable accounting book for the oil and gas industry in this revised and expanded sixth edition. The past several years have seen significant changes in the accounting and disclosure rules for the industry. While the book has thorough updates throughout, there are new industry issues specifically addressed from the accounting perspective. Some of the significant updates and new material include: Discussion of the significance of shale and unconventional production as it relates to accounting principles New definitions of reserves from the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the impact on accounting processes All citations and references align with the updated authoritative literature from the Financial Accounting Standards Board A new chapter discussing specific issues previously unaddressed regarding property valuation in the industry New, and updated, end-of-chapter problems
How oil volatility is affecting the global political scene, and where the oil market is heading The world is rapidly moving towards an oil environment defined by volatility. The Vega Factor: Oil Volatility and the Next Global Crisis takes an in-depth look at the most important topics in the industry, including strategic risk, why traditional pricing mechanisms will no longer govern the market, and how the current government approaches have only worsened an already bad situation. Details the industry's players, including companies, traders, and governments Describes the priorities that will need to be revised, and the policies needed to achieve stability Explains how today's oil market is fundamentally different from the pre-crisis market Oil prices affect everyone. The Vega Factor explains the new international oil environment of increasing consolidation and decreasing competition, and reveals how consumers and investors can navigate price volatility and new government policies.

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