Houston, TX, November 30, 2012 – MaloneBailey, LLP announced today that the summer 2012 edition of Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management features the article, “Auditors Perspective: Mistakes Made by Small Public Oil & Gas Companies,” written by Jeff Labay, Audit Manager, Jay Norris, Audit Partner and Miriam Rouziek, Audit Senior. The article discusses the common accounting and disclosure mistakes and oversights of smaller SEC reporting companies engaged in oil and gas activities.
“As a market leader serving smaller SEC reporting, we are in a position to share our knowledge and experience as it pertains to intricate and complex accounting topics and issues, especially as it relates to the oil & gas,” said Jay Norris, Audit Partner at MaloneBailey.
Oil & gas companies make up approximately 25% of MaloneBailey’s client base. The firm provides specialized SEC-regulated audit, private audit and tax services to upstream, midstream and downstream companies. MaloneBailey’s oil & gas client base includes drilling, exploration and production, refining and marketing, gas marketing and distribution companies.
Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management is published by the Institute of Petroleum Accounting, an organization affiliated with the University of North Texas that encourages and develops research on accounting, finance, taxation and economic problems of the extractive industries.
About MaloneBailey, LLP
MaloneBailey, LLP, based in Houston and with offices in New York, Shenzhen and Beijing, is focused on the delivery of audit and tax services to small and middle market companies, both public and private. The firm is a market leader in the delivery of SEC audit services to small and mid-cap publicly traded clients, with over 100 registrants, the largest number of SEC clients audited by a non-national firm. For more information about MaloneBailey, visit www.malonebailey.com.
About Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal
The Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal is in its 30th year of publication. Published three times per year, the Journal targets a readership of petroleum and financial professionals at the mid- to high-management levels. For more information about the Institute of Petroleum Accounting, visit http://www.ipa.unt.edu/.
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