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Petróleo y Gas | Fusiones y Adquisiciones Informe de fin de año 2014

Un mundo en proceso de cambio

El mercado de Fusiones y Adquisiciones en la industria de Petróleo y Gas, inició fuerte el 2014 en comparación con el 2013, llegando a un valor total anual de transacciones de alrededor de US$ 350 mil millones, excediendo el 2013 en US$130 mil millones. Sin embargo, para julio de 2014 el número de transacciones realizadas empezó a descender, llegando a desplomarse hacia finales de año de la mano con la caída de los precios mundiales del petróleo

North America remained the largest and most active M&A deal market in the oil and gas industry and also captured a larger share of M&A deal value, a multiyear high of 73 percent of total oil and gas M&A deal value and nine of the top 10 oil and gas deals of the year. Other world regions’ shares declined or stagnated, with the exception of Asia/Australia.

M&A activity in the oil and gas industry may regain momentum largely driven by energy companies seeking some form of “reset,” whether through restructurings, financial recapitalizations, asset sales and other forms of monetization and buyers with the financial ability to pursue inorganic growth opportunities at reduced values compared to recent periods, and synergistic mergers. Renewed M&A activity will have the potential to redesign the US exploration and production, forge strong synergies among global oilfield services companies, catapult the midstream sector into a broader scope and scale industry, and even carve out space for the refining and marketing sector to respond to broader global economic growth trends.

Deloitte has prepared the Oil & Gas Mergers and Acquisitions Report–Year-end 2014: A world in flux to provide an assessment of the dynamics of the 2014 deal market and what to watch for in 2015.

Petróleo y Gas | Fusiones y Adquisiciones Informe de fin de año 2014
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