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Corporate week in brief: 22 August 2016


Corporate week in brief: 22 August 2016

Report summary

  • Lead stories: Permian tight oil transactions reach a record high (ytd) with Concho's US$1.6 billion acquisition; first oil from TEN (Ghana) bolsters cash flow for Anadarko, Kosmos and Tullow.
  • Macro: Brent soars through US$50/bbl; high beta oil and gas stocks surge.
  • Companies: turning point for Premier; Statoil sanctions Norwegian satellite development; a tough 1H for the Australian companies; Ecopetrol delivers a Q2 profit but growth still a concern.
  • Exploration: Cairn upgrades Senegal oil resource.
  • M&A: Continental high-grades in the Bakken; private equity's first big move into the UK North Sea; new entrant into the Israeli gas sector; last minute bid launched for Pacific E&P.
  • Other: China looks to reform gas pipeline regulation; latest hedging activity.

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The Corporate Week In Brief report highlights the main corporate events from the past week, and draws out the key implications for those involved.

This report summarises the latest high profile company activity, and provides expert analysis on what it means for corporate strategy and positioning. It gives you an expert point of view to understand the latest industry trends that are shaping the oil and gas sector.

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  • Macro: Brent, oil and gas shares
  • Lead stories: Concho, Anadarko, Kosmos and Tullow
  • Companies: Australian company results, Premier, Statoil, Ecopetrol
  • Exploration: Cairn
  • M&A: Continental, Siccar, Delek, Pacific E&P
  • Other: China gas pipelines

In this report there is 1 table or chart, including:

  • Macro: Brent, oil and gas shares
  • Lead stories: Concho, Anadarko, Kosmos and Tullow
  • Companies: Australian company results, Premier, Statoil, Ecopetrol
  • Exploration: Cairn
  • M&A: Continental, Siccar, Delek, Pacific E&P
  • Other: China gas pipelines
    • Corporate dashboard
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