Acquisitions & Divestitures - Mergers & Acquisitions

Technip, FMC Technologies Shareholders Approve Business Combination

FMC Technologies Inc. and Technip SA will combine. Their respective shareholders voted Dec. 5 to approve the proposed business combination, the transaction for which is scheduled to close in early 2017.


Lower Prices Can Impact E&P Acquisitions

M&A deals with gathering agreements designed during high commodity price environment become more complex when prices fall, says consultant.


Petrocapita Acquires Shares Of Crucible Resources Corp.

The term of the debenture is seven years and is convertible into Petrocapita common trust units on or after Dec. 31, 2017. 


Report: Maersk And DONG Energy Discuss $10 Billion Operations Merger

Maersk Oil has suffered a series of setbacks, first and foremost when Qatar chose not to extend its 25-year license to operate the giant Al Shaheen Field, Reuters reported.


Dealmakers Tudor, Pickering, Holt To Combine With Global Firm

The energy investment firm will continue to operate as Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. under the Perella Weinberg umbrella.


Rubicon Oilfield International Grows With Top-Co Acquisition

Founded in 1963, Top-Co supplies oilfield casing, cementing and completion products to customers around the world. Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed.


Dril-Quip Completes TIW Acquisition

Houston-based TIW is a global provider of liner hanger systems and related equipment and services.Dril-Quip, also based in Houston, announced on Oct. 17 that it would acquire the company for $143 million. The deal marks the first acquisition in Drip-Quip’s history.


Bold Move: Earthstone Adds Midland Acreage At Bargain Price

Earthstone snared a deal for EnCap-backed Bold Energy, growing its Midland Basin position at an ‘attractive valuation,’ analysts say.


In The Zone: Pioneer’s Sheffield, Laredo’s Foutch Talk Permian A&D

Escalating acreage prices make sense in the context of well locations’ potential to generate returns of up to 20%.


Quantum's Xplorer, Intensity Midstream Combine To Bolster Scoop Growth

The combined company will initially focus on driving additional growth in central Oklahoma and across multiple U.S. basins. The company has already improved an expansion of the Grady Processing Plant.


Canadian Court Throws ExxonMobil's Bid For InterOil Into Doubt

The acquisition would give ExxonMobil interests in six licenses in Papua New Guinea covering about four million acres and help the company supply LNG to Asian markets. 


Dominion’s $1.73 Billion Questar Dropdown Bolsters Finances

Dominion Midstream’s EBITDA to double following dropdown of Questar Pipeline.