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Trevear Thomas - Deloitte Services LLP. Houston, TX, US

Trevear Thomas

Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP | Deloitte Services LLP


Deloitte LLP's wellspring of knowledge drills down to uncover the most insightful analysis into M&A activities in the oil and gas sectors





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Trevear Thomas is a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP and leads its Oil and Gas Merger & Acquisition (M&A) Consulting Services practice. Trevear has more than 15 years of industry and consulting experience. His M&A specially focuses on M&A finance topics.

Trevear has served over two dozen high-profile, global clients ranging from M&A strategy through post-merger integration/divestiture.

He received his bachelor of science degree from Clark Atlanta University and his master in business administration degree from the MIT Sloan School of Management. He has been a speaker at conferences and universities.

Industry Expertise (5)

Investment Management

Capital Markets

Market Research

Management Consulting

Oil and Gas

Areas of Expertise (3)

Oil and Gas Industry

Mergers & Acquisitions

M&a Financing

Accomplishments (1)

Principal - Deloitte Consulting LLP (professional)

Deloitte LLP have professionals with a single focus: serving our clients and helping them solve their toughest problems. We work in four key business areas—audit, financial advisory, tax and consulting—but our real strength comes from combining the talents of those groups to address clients' needs. As the world’s largest management consulting firm, we help organizations build value by uncovering insights that create new futures and doing the hard work to improve performance.

Education (2)

Clark Atlanta University: Bachelor of Science

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Sloan School of Management: MBA 1998

Event Appearances (1)

Shale Gas: Extracting Value

Energy M&A Forum  Houston, Texas


Sample Talks (1)

Shale Gas: Extracting Value

This discussion will focus on shale gas, addressing capital raising strategies and key regulatory risks, including: What capital raising strategies—asset sales, strategic M&A, JV agreements—will be most widely used to cover drilling and production costs? How will horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing regulations affect companies investment strategies? How is the competitive landscape changing for smaller, independent players? What is the long-term outlook for specific US shale plays?


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  • Corporate Training


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