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  • Marathon Oil Corporation Acquisistion of Western Oil Sands Inc Marathon Oil Corporation’s Acquisition of Western Oil Sands
    Marathon Oil Corporation Acquisistion of Western Oil Sands Inc Marathon Oil Corporation’s Acquisition of Western Oil Sands

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    Marathon Oil Corporation Acquisistion of Western Oil Sands Inc Summary The acquisition of Calgary-based Western Oil Sands by Houston's based Marathon Oil Corporation puts an end to the two years long search by Marathon for a canadian partner. The acquisition was done through a cash and securities transaction of approximately $5.8 billion, plus Western's outstanding debt valued at approximately $1.1 billion. Marathon offered $6.9 billion, or about $15.80 per barrel for 436 million barrels of proved bitumen reserves. Through the acquisition of Western Oil Sands, Marathon gains a 20% interest in the Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP) which includes the operating Muskeg river mine and the Scotford upgrade for the diluted bitumen. Scope • GlobalData viewpoints cover the latest events or important trends in the global oil and gas industry and provide our in-depth analysis of issues and challenges. Viewpoints offer expert opinions and GlobalData’s views of various developments that have been taking place in the oil and gas industry across the world. Reasons to Buy • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights from GlobalData on the key events happening in the oil and gas industry. • Gain a strong understanding of the energy market and analyze the major trends in the global oil and gas industry today • Identify opportunities and challenges with the help of our analysis of the latest news and deals in the oil and gas industry • Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of information on latest operational, financial, and regulatory events
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  • Venezuela’s Partnership with Russia and China Will Fortify the Oil and Gas Investments in the Coun
    Venezuela’s Partnership with Russia and China Will Fortify the Oil and Gas Investments in the Coun

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    Venezuela’s Partnership with Russia and China Will Fortify the Oil and Gas Investments in the Country Summary Venezuela has been one of the most active countries in the past year in terms of partnering with other state-owned oil companies. Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA), Venezuela’s state owned Oil and Gas Company and Russia’s National Oil Consortium have signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation for the exploration of oil reserves in the Orinoco belt. The Russian National Oil Consortium includes five equal stakeholders which includes TNK-BP, Rosneft, Lukoil, Gazprom Neft and Surgutneftegaz with each holding a 20% stake in the consortium. Closely following this agreement, Venezuela signed an agreement with China for developing its resources in the Orinoco belt. China is expected to invest close to $ 16 billion in Venezuela over a period of 3 years. The huge investments from major Russian oil and gas companies and the cash-rich Chinese will surely boost the petroleum output of Venezuela. Consequently, these investments will lead to increased revenues for the ailing Venezuelan economy as the world economy recovers and oil and gas demand increases, thereby giving the Venezuelan economy the much needed growth stimulus. Scope - Top level market sizing information for the oil and gas industry in Venezuela - Insightful analysis of this recent collaboration between Venezuela, Russia and China - Indepth review of the deal rationale and prospective implications of the deal Reasons to buy - Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights from GlobalData on the key events happening in the oil and gas industry. - Gain a strong understanding of the energy market and analyze the major trends in the global oil and gas industry today - Identify opportunities and challenges with the help of our analysis of the latest news and deals in the oil and gas industry - Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of information o
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  • Venezuela’s Partnership with Russia and China Will Fortify the Oil and Gas Investments in the Coun - PDF
    Venezuela’s Partnership with Russia and China Will Fortify the Oil and Gas Investments in the Coun - PDF

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    Venezuela’s Partnership with Russia and China Will Fortify the Oil and Gas Investments in the Country Summary Venezuela has been one of the most active countries in the past year in terms of partnering with other state-owned oil companies. Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA), Venezuela’s state owned Oil and Gas Company and Russia’s National Oil Consortium have signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation for the exploration of oil reserves in the Orinoco belt. The Russian National Oil Consortium includes five equal stakeholders which includes TNK-BP, Rosneft, Lukoil, Gazprom Neft and Surgutneftegaz with each holding a 20% stake in the consortium. Closely following this agreement, Venezuela signed an agreement with China for developing its resources in the Orinoco belt. China is expected to invest close to $ 16 billion in Venezuela over a period of 3 years. The huge investments from major Russian oil and gas companies and the cash-rich Chinese will surely boost the petroleum output of Venezuela. Consequently, these investments will lead to increased revenues for the ailing Venezuelan economy as the world economy recovers and oil and gas demand increases, thereby giving the Venezuelan economy the much needed growth stimulus. Scope - Top level market sizing information for the oil and gas industry in Venezuela - Insightful analysis of this recent collaboration between Venezuela, Russia and China - Indepth review of the deal rationale and prospective implications of the deal Reasons to buy - Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights from GlobalData on the key events happening in the oil and gas industry. - Gain a strong understanding of the energy market and analyze the major trends in the global oil and gas industry today - Identify opportunities and challenges with the help of our analysis of the latest news and deals in the oil and gas industry - Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of information o
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  • The EU Needs to Adopt the Common Energy Policy to Secure its Future Oil and Gas Needs The EU
    The EU Needs to Adopt the Common Energy Policy to Secure its Future Oil and Gas Needs The EU

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    The EU Needs to Adopt the Common Energy Policy to Secure its Future Oil and Gas Needs Summary The European Union (EU) depends on imports for nearly 50% of its energy needs and by 2030, this figure will rise to 70%. Crude oil imports will increase by 23.7% and natural gas imports will increase by 68% in 2005. In the long term, the entire EU will face the problem of increasing dependence on foreign energy resources. EU can effectively deal with this common challenge only with a strong, consolidated common European Policy in place. Scope - GlobalData viewpoints cover the latest events or important trends in the global oil and gas industry and provide our in-depth analysis of issues and challenges. Viewpoints offer expert opinions and GlobalData’s views of various developments that have been taking place in the oil and gas industry across the world. Reasons to buy - Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights from GlobalData on the key events happening in the oil and gas industry. - Gain a strong understanding of the energy market and analyze the major trends in the global oil and gas industry today - Identify opportunities and challenges with the help of our analysis of the latest news and deals in the oil and gas industry - Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of information on latest operational, financial, and regulatory events
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  • Exelon to Merge with Constellation Energy Group - Deal Analysis from GlobalData
    Exelon to Merge with Constellation Energy Group - Deal Analysis from GlobalData

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    Exelon to Merge with Constellation Energy Group - Deal Analysis from GlobalData Summary Exelon Corporation (Exelon) has entered into a definitive merger agreement with Constellation Energy (Constellation Energy) to combine the two companies in a stock-for-stock exchange transaction valued at $7,900m. The resulting company will retain the Exelon name and will be headquartered in Chicago. Exelon’s Power team and Constellation Energy’s retail and wholesale businesses will be amalgamated under the Constellation Energy brand and be headquartered in Baltimore. Both the companies’ renewable businesses will also be headquartered in Baltimore. The three utilities of Exelon- BGE, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) and PECO Energy Company (PECO) will remain as independent organizations. The agreement brings the two large companies together, creating a platform for growth and delivering stakeholder benefits. The new amalgamated company will bring a clean power fleet and competitive prices to millions of customers. The most important factor behind the merger of these two companies is the creation of a new company that will evolve as the number one energy provider in the US with market capitalization of $34 billion. Scope - The information related to Exelon Corporation and Constellation Energy Group, Inc. merger. - Key facts about the deal - Key drivers of the deal - Rationale of the deal - A brief on companies, Constellation Energy Group, Inc. and Exelon Corporation Reasons to buy - The Deal Report allows the reader to: - Understand the reasons for the acquisition - Understand the response from the markets - Understand the impact of the deal on Exelon Corporation and Constellation Energy Group, Inc.
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