Case | HBS Case Collection | December 2002 (Revised October 2013)

Williams, 2002

by Joshua Coval, Robin Greenwood and Peter Tufano

Abstract

Williams, a Tulsa, Oklahoma-based firm in various energy businesses, must decide whether to accept a financing package offered by Berkshire Hathaway and Lehman Brothers. The proposed one-year credit facility would provide the firm with financial resources in a difficult period.

Keywords: Financial Management; Crisis Management; Credit; Capital Structure; Financial Strategy; Financing and Loans; Financial Instruments; Energy Industry; United States;

Citation:

Coval, Joshua, Robin Greenwood, and Peter Tufano. "Williams, 2002." Harvard Business School Case 203-068, December 2002. (Revised October 2013.)