Opportunities For Post-Acquisition Optimization
The merger and acquisition (M&A) process of a new downstream refining asset is an exciting time for any company, with growth and new possibilities on the horizon. Realizing those possibilities, however, doesn’t come guaranteed with the purchase price—downstream assets are large, complex operational businesses that require preparation and careful integration. Opportune has assisted numerous companies through successful M&A integrations, playing key roles in nine refinery acquisitions (and counting). Leveraging our extensive downstream M&A experience, we develop a framework of plans and accelerators to guide acquisition teams from due diligence through full integration of a refinery into the business.Let’s Talk
Perform due diligence and prepare integration playbook.
Execute critical activities and ensure a smooth transition.
Optimize the post-merger integration and deliver value.
Opportune has a proven track record of leading many recent downstream M&A integrations. We work with client management teams to develop and implement integration and synergy realization plans. Opportune is the rare firm that can provide the broad range of M&A services supporting the overall integration team efforts, including operations, financial reporting, finance, tax, IT, HR, and legal functions.
Opportune brings a proven methodology for managing M&A transitions that reflects our decades of experience leading cross-functional mergers, integrations, and divestitures of assets and corporate purchase transactions in the downstream industry sector.
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Leading Fortune 500 company (“Company A”) is one of the largest and most diversified midstream energy companies in the U.S. with approximately 90,000 miles of pipelines and associated energy infrastructure across 38 states transporting oil and gas products. In 2015, the Company announced it would merge with another midstream energy company (“Company B”). A year later, the companies canceled the merger agreement. […] [...]Read More
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