PetroQuest Energy, Inc.
Anchored off the United States' Gulf Coast Basin, PetroQuest Energy, Inc. could not further weather steep drops in sales and working capital, which in large part led to their November 2018 bankruptcy.
For the preceding 24 months before their Nov. 6, 2018 filing, CreditRiskMonitor subscribers who had this volatile oil and gas company in their portfolio would have seen a troubling pattern, as their FRISK® score never rose above a "2" in that time. The FRISK® score is CreditRiskMontor's proprietary solution which boasts a 96% rate of accuracy in predicting U.S. public company bankruptcy risk within a 12-month period.
This Bankruptcy Case Study chronicles PetroQuest Energy's path Chapter 11 filing, including a timeline of concerning headlines which come as part of the CreditRiskMonitor service. Every subscriber receives timely news alerts, in addition to a daily FRISK® score, to keep an eye on what's happening with their publicly traded counterparties.
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