FREE Special Report
Challenges Facing Oil and Gas Auditors
The United States is not only the biggest consumer, but also the biggest producer in the world of petroleum and natural gas. These producers can range from larger publicly traded companies to smaller nonpublic companies. An audit of the financial statements for oil and gas producers is often required because the entity is a public company with stock traded on a national exchange or the entity has debt requiring audited financial statements.
Oil and gas entity audits are an important niche for many CPA firms, but these audits are very different from most for-profit company audits. In the current economic environment with significantly lower oil and gas prices, risks associated with these audits are exacerbated. This special report addresses these unique considerations and what auditors should be aware of when performing oil and gas audits.
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