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Consolidation, Rationalization Continue to Drive Upstream M&A

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  • Energy Intelligence expects robust upstream dealmaking to continue in 2022, following last year’s return to pre-pandemic levels of M&A spending.
  • Corporate consolidation in Canada and the US is not over yet, with private companies expected to be key actors this year.
  • Access to exploration acreage remains a strategic priority for key international producers and is expected to help drive dealmaking.

The Issue

Topics:
M&A, Corporate Strategy , Exploration
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