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Corporate week in brief: Tullow to tap equity markets for US$750 million

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Report summary

Lead stories: Tullow to tap equity markets for US$750 million; where next for deepwater projects? Macro: Brent range bound on over-supply concerns; oil and gas shares edge up. Companies: 2017 budgets up 11% as Petronas and other NOCs signal increased spend: LUKOIL’s shares climb on Q4 results; Pacific E&P looks forward after emergence from bankruptcy. M&A: CNOOC returns to international M&A; court ruling allows partial restart of Petrobras' divestment programme; Permian M&A shifts to high-grading; Rosneft to expand in Venezuela?

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Table of contents

  • Macro: Brent, oil and gas shares
  • Lead stories: Tullow, where next for deepwater projects?
  • Companies: PETRONAS, LUKOIL, Pacific E&P, PDVSA, Rosneft
  • M&A: CNOOC, Petrobras

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  • Year-on-year change in 2017 budgets and production by peer group
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