The dynamic nature of the energy industry requires new and complex ways to support continuing operations and exploit opportunities presented by the ever-changing commodity markets. This rapid pace of change creates challenges in driving growth and transformation initiatives like M&A activity, capital markets undertakings and technology implementation to successful completion.

Being flexible and adapting quickly is necessary to succeed. Riveron brings energy companies an uncommon agility when applying our extensive technical accounting, finance and operations expertise to accelerate the timeline and impact of change. Our experienced team members have sat on all sides of the table from executive roles in accounting and operations to investor roles in private equity and investment banks. We understand the unique challenges the energy industry faces and partner with our clients to achieve exceptional results.

Key energy areas we serve include:

  • Upstream
  • Midstream
  • Oilfield services
  • Downstream
  • Retail
  • Power generation and utilities
  • Renewables

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