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Corporate week in brief: Shell explores European utility acquisition

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21 January 2019

Corporate week in brief: Shell explores European utility acquisition

Report summary

Shell is weighing-up the acquisition of Dutch utility company Eneco. This has the potential to be Shell's biggest ticket investment to date in advancing its new energies strategy. You can read more on the SuperMajor's potential for power sector investment, together with the following stories: • Woodside progressing Australian LNG expansion • Tullow targets high-profile Guyana wildcat in 2019 • Total kicks-off Netherlands disposal • Husky's bid for MEG fails • Sinopec moves closer to marketing IPO • Euro Majors to evaluate Norwegian CCS project

Table of contents

  • Lead story: Shell explores potential bid for Dutch utility
  • Companies: Woodside and Tullow
  • M&A: Total, Husky and Sinopec
  • Energy Transition: Equinor, Shell and Total
  • Digitalisation: Total and Chevron

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