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IPIC acquires Total's 48.83% stake in Cepsa

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16 February 2011

IPIC acquires Total's 48.83% stake in Cepsa

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Total is to sell its 48.83% share in Cepsa to International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC), a wholly owned entity of the Government of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Cepsa is Spain's second largest oil company, with interests along the entire energy value chain - E&P, Refining & Marketing, Petrochemicals and Gas & Power. The deal is worth US$4.78 billion to Total. For IPIC, which already held a 47.06% stake in Cepsa, the deal marks its first takeover of a company involved ...

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  • Oil & gas pricing and assumptions: Table 2
  • Cepsa reported net operating income by segment and Wood Mackenzie valuation of upstream assets (NPV10)

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