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Middle East and North Africa M&A - risky business

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24 April 2013

Middle East and North Africa M&A - risky business

Report summary

Although home to the world's largest hydrocarbon reserves, upstream M&A activity in the Middle East and North Africa has historically been relatively modest. State control of resources, political constraints and limited entry opportunities in the most prospective areas restrict the market. Direct negotiation for DROs and exploration are the main routes to accessing opportunities of scale.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 13 images and tables including:

  • Strategic fit of North Africa interests within the Majors' and Large Cap IOCs global portfolios
  • North Africa NPV10 and region as share of global portfolio, top 30 companies
  • Strategic fit of Middle East interests within the Majors' and Large Cap IOCs global portfolios
  • IOC regional remaining NPV10 and region as share of global portfolio - Middle East
  • Implied Long-term Oil Price, deal-by-deal vs. Brent oil price
  • Weighted average ‘per barrel' acquisition costs
  • Share of global M&A
  • Implied Long-term Oil Price
  • Total resource traded (MENA focused deals)
  • Buyers & Sellers 2012 (MENA focused deals)
  • Annual upstream M&A spend (by deal type)
  • Major MENA focused deals in 2012
  • Trends in MENA focused M&A

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