Latin America: How oil prices, energy reforms and national oil companies impact deal activity
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Evaluate Energy, the Daily Oil Bulletin and Sproule have partnered to provide a detailed overview of the key M&A trends in Latin America in recent years, as the major producing nations compete for foreign investment. To download your free copy, please complete the form on the right.
Latin America has seen US$23.4 billion in upstream sector deals since the start of 2014. This new report takes data from every Latin American upstream deal throughout and either side of the great price downturn to help you fully understand the key developments and major drivers of M&A activity in one of the world's fastest growing upstream regions.
Included in the report:
Why did Latin America continue to see upstream deals take place during the global price downturn?
How did the domination of Latin America's state-controlled companies affect M&A activity?
How far did governmental reforms and policy changes improve the success of recent Latin American licensing rounds?
The report also includes detailed country-by-country reviews for M&A activity and licensing rounds in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.
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