Special meetings determined the shareholders’ votes. The merger of Halliburton and Baker Hughes is scheduled to close in the second half of 2015, subject to regulatory approvals.
C&J Energy Services Ltd. is led by current C&J management and will be based out of Bermuda. The transaction was originally announced June 25, 2014.
Superior is interested in assets Baker Hughes Inc. and Halliburton Co. must sell during their merger, Bloomberg said. Superior, seeking international exposure, will become the fourth-largest oilfield services company.
Several batches of overlapping business lines will be unloaded to win U.S. Justice Department approval for their $34.6 billion combination, according to people with knowledge of the matter, Bloomberg said.
Pipeline operator Williams Cos. Inc. bought control of the partnership last year. That helped the partnership’s former executives cash out on a surge in domestic production of, and demand for, natural gas, Bloomberg said.
Ralph E. Davis will be a separate entity, and Allen Barren will remain as its president.
Wood Mackenzie will be purchased for about 1.9 billion pounds, or about US$2.8 billion, in cash.
A sharp drop in revenue and deal to merge with competitor Eos Petro Inc. fell through, according to court filings March 9 in Austin, Texas, Bloomberg said.
Oil and gas companies will spend about $450 billion buying each other this year.
Matador Resources Co. completed the previously announced combination of its Delaware Basin assets with Harvey E. Yates Co.
Azure Midstream Energy LLC announced the successful completion of its acquisition of Marlin Midstream GP LLC.
Atlas Energy LP and Atlas Pipeline Partners LP completed Targa Resources mergers.
|E&P||USD 218||Members only||Southwestern Energy Co.|
|Mid||USD 500||Members only||Southwestern Energy Co.|
|Mid||USD 0||Members only||Saddlehorn Pipeline Co.|
|E&P||USD 587.5||Members only||Beaumont Energy Inc.|