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On 12 July 2021, 3R Offshore announced the acquisition of Petrobras’ 62.5% operating stake in the ultra-heavy oil Papa-Terra field, located in the south of.
CGC makes transformational acquisition in Argentina to become one of Latin America’s biggest independents
On 30th June 2021, CGC announced the acquisition of Sinopec’s Argentina portfolio. The consideration has not been publicly disclosed, but some reports put it at.
The African focused Independents have dominated M&A in the region. Since 2017, these companies have accounted for US$3 billion of acquisition spend in the region..