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Shell raises US$2.1 billion through the divestment of assets in the Haynesville (Blackstone) and Pinedale (Ultra Petroleum)

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In two separate deals Shell will raise a combined US$2.1 billion in cash through the divestment of two US Lower 48 gas assets. The Major has agreed to sell its entire 107 000 net acre position in the Caspiana Core Spider and Woodardville sub plays in the Haynesville to Vine Oil & Gas and its partner Blackstone Energy Partners for US$1.2 billion. It will also swap its Pinedale assets to Ultra Petroleum for US$925 in cash plus 155 000 net acres in the Marcellus.

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    Shell raises US$2.1 billion through the divestment of assets in the Haynesville (Blackstone) and Pinedale (Ultra Petroleum)

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  • Executive summary
    • Shell sells Haynesville assets to Vine and Blackstone
    • Shell trades Pinedale assets to Ultra, in return for cash and Marcellus assets
    • Haynesville assets
    • Pinedale assets
    • Marcellus assets
    • Haynesville deal analysis and modelling assumptions
    • Pinedale deal analysis and modelling assumptions
    • Marcellus deal analysis and modelling assumptions
    • Shell
    • Vine/Blackstone
    • Ultra
  • Oil & gas pricing and assumptions

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  • Shell is divesting its position in the Haynesville and swapping its position in the Pinedale for additional acreage in the Marcellus

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  • Oil & gas pricing and assumptions: Table 1
  • Oil & gas pricing and assumptions: Table 2
  • Deal analysis: Table 1
  • Deal analysis: Table 2
  • Deal analysis: Table 3
  • Deal analysis: Table 4

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