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Corporate week in brief: Encana and Chesapeake spend US$12 billion on tight oil acquisitions

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05 November 2018

Corporate week in brief: Encana and Chesapeake spend US$12 billion on tight oil acquisitions

Report summary

A fresh wave of US tight oil consolidation is underway with US$12 billion of deals unveiled last week. Encana is buying SCOOP/STACK-focused peer Newfield for US$7.7 billon and Chesapeake is buying WildHorse Resource for US$4 billion. Read more on this and the following stories: • The Majors wrap up a strong set of Q3 results • BHP returns US$10 billion asset sale cash windfall to shareholders • Repsol's downstream business weighs on results • Petrobras to sell Nigeria assets for US$1.4 billion

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  • Lead story: Encana and Chesapeake spend US$12 billion on tight oil acquisitions
  • Companies: BP, Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil, BHP, Repsol
  • M&A: Petrobras

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