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A&D Finds Renewed Appetite After A Year To ‘Digest’

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By Caroline Evans, Hart Energy
June 11, 2014

HOUSTON -- Six months after the end of a markedly slow year for the oil and gas acquisitions and divestitures market, deal flow seems to have returned to normal, according to Bill Marko, managing director at Jefferies & Co. He noted that over the past three quarters, deal volume has returned to $15 to to $20 billion per quarter, putting it on track to reach the 2010 to 2012 average of $71 billion or greater.

“Conditions are really right for a ton of deals this year,” Marko said, addressing attendees ...

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