Shell has made a compelling first move on the M&A market, using its financial strength to take advantage of the slump in oil prices. The acquisition of BG centres on deepwater oil and LNG, and may be the catalyst for a new phase in upstream corporate M&A.
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Inform | Apr 2015
Shell to acquire BG for US$82 billion
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