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M&A activity

Finance

M&A activity remains buoyant in H2 2022

AAB Corporate Finance is delighted to share with you our Deals Update for H2 2022 in conjunction with Energy Voice, highlighting selected energy merger and acquisition (M&A) and fundraising transactions across the UK.

Oil & Gas

Geopolitical tensions driving M&A activity

Anderson Anderson & Brown Corporate Finance (AABcf) is delighted to share with you our Deals+ update for Q1 2022 in conjunction with Energy Voice, highlighting selected energy M&A and Fundraising transactions across the UK.

Oil & Gas

Uptick of Brent Crude price triggers market momentum

During Q3 2021 we have seen continued M&A activity within the global energy markets. A major contributing factor to this has been the price uptick of Brent Crude, jumping above $80 per barrel for the first time since October 2018.

Oil & Gas

EnQuest back in the black

EnQuest chief executive Amjad Bseisu said yesterday he expected North Sea mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity to increase in 2017.

Markets

Oil and gas M&A activity to remain subdued until late next year

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the oil and gas sector is likely to remain subdued until the end of next year at the earliest, a corporate financier has said. But Graham Cunning of accountancy firm Campbell Dallas, which has advised on 15 deals worth a total of more than £100million this year, said there are still plenty of takeover opportunities for the industry’s market leaders.