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EnergyCents- Ep 3: Chevron-Noble, and the implications for Upstream M&A

06 August 2020 33:16 min Hassan Eltorie Justin Jacobs Raoul LeBlanc

Chevron agreed on July 20, 2020, to acquire Noble Energy for $5 billion, or $10.38 per share. The announcement comes a bit more than a year after Chevron’s unsuccessful bid for Anadarko Petroleum, and will increase Chevron’s upstream presence in Global Gas and North America unconventionals. We discuss with IHS Markit experts the deal’s implications for the sector, and whether it signals a resurgence in Upstream M&A going forward.

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Speaker: Hassan Eltorie, Director, Companies & Transactions Research, S&P Global Commodity Insights and

Justin Jacobs, Principal Analyst, IHS Markit and

Raoul LeBlanc, Vice President, Energy, S&P Global Commodity Insights

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