Since its inception in the early 1800s, the energy industry has been prone to boom and bust cycles, but the traumatic events over the last few years have resulted in unprecedented levels of distress. 15 of the 20 largest corporate bankruptcies over the last two years were from the energy sector. As the industry adjusts to the "new norm" of $50/barrel for oil, there is a sense of cautious optimism in a still reeling industry (already, five of the six largest bankruptcies in 2017 are energy related.)
BankruptcyData's most recent e-report takes a look at bankruptcy activity in the energy sector and offers 40 pages of charts, tables, graphs and insight to help you understand and profit from this changing landscape.
BankruptcyData's Energy Sector Bankruptcies report offers a comprehensive look at the large and small energy companies that have filed for bankruptcy in 2015 and 2016. When you download this complimentary e-report, you'll receive:
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