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 1 17 / 12 / 2010  Total
 
 Total announced the signature of an agreement to acquire an additional 7.5% interest in Australia’s GLNG (Gladstone LNG) project from Santos for an amount of US $281.25 million. This will increase Total’s overall stake in the project to 27.5%. Once the transactions have been finalized, operator Santos will hold 30%; Petronas, 27.5%; Total, 27.5%; and Kogas, 15%. The integrated LNG project consists of extracting coal seam gas from the Fairview, Arcadia, Roma and Scotia fields, located in the Bowen-Surat Basin in Queensland, eastern Australia.

Natural gas - Asia
Australia - Liquefaction - Finance - Total
 
 2 17 / 12 / 2010  Total
 
 Total and Suncor form a strategic alliance in Canada’s oil sands encompassing the Suncor-operated Fort Hills mining project, the Total-operated Joslyn mining project and the Suncor-operated Voyageur upgrader project. All three assets are located in the Athabasca region of the province of Alberta, Canada. Under the alliance, the companies will pool their combined interests in these projects, with the respective operator holding 51% and the other partner 49%.

Oil - North America
Canada - Production - Finance - Total
 
 3 10 / 12 / 2010  Shell
 
 Shell to sell gas fields in South Texas to OXY USA, Inc. for approximately $1.8 billion, effective January 1, 2011. They are predominately mature tight gas fields which currently produce some 200 million cubic feet of gas equivalent per day. The sale is a further step in Shell’s ongoing portfolio restructuring and focus on capital efficiency.

Natural gas - North America
United States - Production - Finance - Shell
 
 4 1 / 12 / 2010  Gazprom
 
 Alexey Miller and Yury Boiko agree to set up two joint ventures between Gazprom and Naftogaz Ukrainy The parties agreed to set up two joint ventures: for coalbed gas production in Ukraine and for the Palasa structure development offshore the Black Sea.

Natural gas - FSU
Ukraine - Production - Finance - Gazprom
 
 5 9 / 9 / 2010  Total
 
 Australia: Total Acquires a 20% Interest in GLNG Project for US$750 million dollars (as of June 1, 2010), Santos and Petronas transferring 15% and 5% respectively to Total. The plant will have a capacity of 7.2 million tonnes a year (Mt/y). Pursuant to the agreement Total will have the commitment to offtake 1.5 Mt/y of LNG, depending however on the result of ongoing discussions between the GLNG project and several Asian buyers.

Natural gas - Asia
Australia - Liquefaction - Finance - Total
 
 6 24 / 8 / 2010  Mitsubishi
 
 Mitsubishi Corporation to Invest in Canada’s Penn West Energy Trust’s Shale Gas Development Project in the Cordova Embayment of northeastern British Columbia, Canada. Cordova Gas Resources Ltd., a subsidiary established by MC in Calgary, will acquire a 50% interest. Mitsubishi believes that the shale gas resources in this project are approximately 5~8 trillion cubic feet (MC estimate, over 100~160 million tons in LNG equivalents).

Natural gas - North America
Canada - Unconventional - Finance - Mitsubishi
 
 7 28 / 5 / 2010  Shell
 
 Royal Dutch Shell plc acquires new positions in US tight gas. Shell has agreed to acquire subsidiaries which own substantially all of the business of East Resources, Inc (“East Resources”) for a cash consideration of $4.7 billion. East Resources has some 60 mmscfe/d (10,000 barrels oil equivalent per day) of production, predominantly in natural gas, with substantial medium-term growth potential.

Natural gas - North America
United-States - Reserve - Finance - Shell
 
 8 10 / 5 / 2010  BG Group
 
 BG Group announces US Appalachian Basin joint venture with EXCO. BG Group will: acquire a 50% interest in a total of 654 000 net acres in the Appalachian Basin; increase its estimated net gas resources by 2.4 trillion standard cubic feet (tcf); and pay a total consideration of $950 million, equating to an estimated unit resource cost of $0.40 per thousand cubic feet (mcf).

Natural gas - North America
United-States - Unconventional - Asset - BG Group
 
 9 30 / 4 / 2010  Consol Energy
 
 CONSOL Energy Closes on Deal To Acquire Dominion's Appalachian E&P Business for $3.475 Billion in Cash. Adds 1.0 Tcf of Proved Reserves, 41 Bcf of Annual Production and Triples CONSOL Energy's Strategic Marcellus Shale Gas Holdings to Approximately 750,000 Acres.

Natural gas - North America
United-States - Unconventional - Finance - Consol Energy
 
 10 15 / 4 / 2010  Apache
 
 Apache Gains Strategic Position in Deepwater Gulf With Mariner Merger. At Apache's closing stock price of $108.06 on April 14, 2010, the transaction values Mariner's shares at $26.22 per share or approximately $2.7 billion. Apache also will assume $1.2 billion in debt. In February, Mariner produced 63,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day from the Gulf Shelf and deepwater, the Permian Basin and unconventional onshore plays.

Oil - North America
United-States - Production - Finance - Apache
 
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