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Corporate week in brief: ConocoPhillips’ shares surge on US$13.3 billion oil sands deal

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03 April 2017

Corporate week in brief: ConocoPhillips’ shares surge on US$13.3 billion oil sands deal

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Lead stories: ExxonMobil’s third oil strike in Guyana could drive output towards 450 kboe/d; Canadian oil sands deals reach US$24 billion ytd, as ConocoPhillips announces a US$13.3 billion sell-down.  Macro: Brent nudges up; oil and gas shares surge at the end of a grim Q1 for the sector. Companies: Chinese NOCs map out recovery agendas.  M&A: ExxonMobil divests the majority of its Norwegian operated assets in another private equity deal; INPEX highgrades in Indonesia; BP to sell Forties Pipeline to Ineos. Exploration: Total unveils Vaca Muerta shale investment plans. 

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  • Macro: Brent, oil and gas shares
  • Lead stories: ConocoPhillips/Cenovus, ExxonMobil
  • Companies: Sinopec Corp, PetroChina
  • M&A: ExxonMobil, Petrobras, INPEX, BP

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