Activist investor Elliott Management is seeking to break up Noble Energy's $5 billion sale to oil major Chevron, a Bloomberg reporter tweeted on Sept. 9.
Hedge fund Elliott Management has acquired a stake in Noble Energy, the oil and gas producer which agreed in July to be bought by Chevron Corp. for $5 billion.
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Here’s a snapshot of recent energy deals including Panhandle Oil and Gas’ entry into the Haynesville Shale through the acquisition of two packages of royalty acreage from Red Stone Resources.
The promise of future returns lured investors, including a wave of acquisitions from 2016-19. Now, many of those shale deals are financially unworkable due to low oil prices.
Merging Ithaca Energy with an international group would be part of a process of turning it into a public company traded in London, Delek said in a statement.
The deal marks growing interest in mergers among smaller Canadian oil producers to bolster their portfolios, as uncertainty about future oil demand persists.
The combined company, set to trade as HighPeak Energy Inc., will hold a 51,000-net-acre position in the northern Midland Basin primarily in Howard County, Texas.
The remainder of the year’s deals will likely involve gas assets (while prices are good) and could come to include the low cost supply areas in the Texas and Louisiana Haynesville. Barring a miraculous rally, oil looks likely to remain the New Coke of commodities.
Chevron Corp. last year proposed to acquire a stake of at least 50% in Noble Energy's Eastern Mediterranean natural-gas fields, talks that led to July's all-stock deal.