Mitchell Energy Advisors, LLC



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Dallas, Texas, United States

Mitchell Energy Advisors, LLC, ("MEA") is a FINRA registered broker-dealer and financial advisory firm serving the North American energy industry. Primary focus is on the Exploration & Production, Midstream and Energy Services sectors of the industry Dedicated to serving the needs of private and small- to mid-cap public companies Provide growth oriented energy companies with creative financial solutions Founded by experienced energy finance professionals who have executed transactions with an aggregate value of over $9.0 billion, MEA assists its clients by: Capitalizing on the extensive industry relationships built by its principals to execute transactions efficiently and effectively Leveraging its unique ability to source, structure, finance and execute a wide range of capital raising, merger, acquisition and divestiture transactions Focusing its efforts on being a dedicated energy industry investment banking practice that serves a select group of energy companies & financial sponsors Providing senior level account coverage aimed at building long-term relationships


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