Tagged With M&A
The curious case of the Hurricane bid
9 November 2022
UKCS producer’s pared-back portfolio appears to tick few boxes
Capricorn and New Med to merge
30 September 2022
The deal between the two independents leaves London-listed Tullow Oil without a dance partner
UK investment allowance gets to work
26 September 2022
Greater enthusiasm is emerging not just for activity but also for projects promising near-term spend
Permian consolidation defies headwinds
8 September 2022
Surging profits and easy access to export markets are accelerating M&A activity, despite growing inflationary pressure
Capricorn expects Q4 merger progress
6 September 2022
The proposal to combine with Tullow would create a large independent with an Africa-focused portfolio
UKCS backers take big EPL hit
18 August 2022
The basin’s champions over a challenging period may lose most from timing of the so-called windfall tax
Little love lost as Serica and Kistos walk away
10 August 2022
Neither firm will pursue their offer for the other, but they may look elsewhere
Genel: Return cash or M&A?
2 August 2022
Analysts are split on the best way forward for the Kurdistan-focused producer, in a dilemma many upstream firms may also face
Serica unmoved by sweetened Kistos offer
26 July 2022
Improved terms fail to sway UK producer
Reabold aims for project conveyor belt
26 May 2022
The firm hopes to take advantage of a shift in UKCS M&A dynamics
Seplat denies ExxonMobil deal under threat
17 March 2022
Acquisition of US major’s assets still on track, says Nigerian independent
Aker BP and Lundin defend their marriage
16 February 2022
The Norway-focused producers are sticking to their guns in the face of critical analysis
Deals booming in the Haynesville
29 November 2021
Strong global gas prospects and high-quality inventory are driving a big swing in M&A activity in the basin
Santos-Oil Search merger advances
11 November 2021
Papuan court approval sees the deal pass another milestone
Corallian seeks bidders
21 October 2021
The pre-production North Sea independent has put itself up for sale
Serica factors ESG into North Sea M&A ambitions
30 September 2021
The firm has added environmental footprint into its criteria when assessing potential buys
Harbour talks up acquisition options
28 September 2021
The UK-listed independent hails a “pretty good” M&A landscape
Haynesville tempts gas operators
13 September 2021
Bullish LNG export prospects on the Gulf Coast are driving M&A activity in the southern shale play
Enquest seeks more low-cost deals
2 September 2021
The UK and Malaysia-focused producer is in the market for assets, but ideally those without a price tag
Public E&Ps splash cash in US shale patch
23 July 2021
Bullish gas projections are driving a strong resurgence in M&A activity
Okea to look at M&A options
15 July 2021
The Norwegian producer will launch a strategic review to include inorganic growth options
Cabot deal may prove exception rather than rule
27 May 2021
Merger showcases optimism in gas prospects but may not signal a wider shift towards multi-basin M&A
Situational awareness will define the future of digitalisation
3 December 2020
Gaining a real-time view of physical operational assets is fundamental to driving efficiencies, lowering emissions and cutting costs
Caribbean small caps combine
12 June 2020
BPC consolidates its expansion into Latin America with takeover of Trinidad producer Columbus Energy Resources
Private equity ready to play M&A role
5 May 2020
The capital is there, but the amount and cost of funding may be less favourable than it has been in the past.
Logistics no barrier to deal making
4 May 2020
The current M&A market environment is challenging, but deals can still get done
Independents seize Southeast Asia M&A initiative
9 December 2019
As the majors exit, ambitious small and mid-sized entrants are challenging NOCs' dominance in the asset purchase market
Disruption shapes oil and gas M&A at a time of oil price volatility
18 December 2018
Technology's growing importance in building resilience to volatility means that digital capabilities will likely be a notable driver of acquisitions in 2019
An M&A lifeline in the North Sea
15 March 2017
Assets that cut tax bills could be a blessing for UKCS operators looking for a bargain
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