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Mergers & Acquisitions Deal Analysis - Talisman Energy to Sell Non - Core Canadian Assets

  • Publication Date:April 2010
  • Publisher:GlobalData
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:7

Mergers & Acquisitions Deal Analysis - Talisman Energy to Sell Non - Core Canadian Assets

Talisman Energy Inc. (Talisman Energy) agreed to sell a number of non-core assets in Canada, for a total sale consideration of approximately CAD1.9 billion ($1,897.57 million), through five separate transactions.These transactions include approximately one million net acres of land in the greater Peace River Arch, central Alberta Foothills and greater Hinton areas in Alberta, as well as the company's Ontario properties. The assets are currently producing 42,500 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d) with net proved reserves of 120 million barrels of oil equivalent (mmboe).The transaction implies deal values of $44,648.71 per barrels of oil equivalent (boe) of daily production; $15.81 per boe of proved reserves and $1,897.57 per acre of land. The transactions are expected to be finalized by the end of the second quarter of 2010, subject to normal regulatory approvals

Scope:

  • Rationale behind Talisman Energy's divestment of assets in Canada
  • Strategic Benefits for Talisman Energy to divest its Canadian assets
  • Geography covered - Canada
  • Deal Financials and Valuations
  • Information on Talisman Energy and its Canadian properties

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  • Get a detailed analysis of a deal to enable you to take better decisions
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  • 1 Table of Contents
    • 1.1 List of Tables
    • 1.2 List of Figures
  • 2 Talisman Energy to Sell Non-Core Canadian Assets
    • 2.1 Deal Overview
    • 2.2 Deal in Brief
    • 2.3 Talisman Energy is Selling its Non-Core Canadian Assets to Primarily Strengthen its North American Shale Gas Operations
    • 2.4 Talisman Energy has been Divesting its Non-Core Assets to Consolidate its Business Portfolio
    • 2.5 Deal Financials
    • 2.6 Deal Rationale
    • 2.7 Detailed Target Information
    • 2.8 Production and Reserves Information
    • 2.9 Transaction Implied Values
    • 2.10 Commodity Prices Information
    • 2.11 Detailed Vendor Information
  • 3 Appendix
    • 3.1 About Energy eTrack
    • 3.2 Methodology
    • 3.3 Contact Us
    • 3.4 Disclaimer
  • List of Tables
    • Table 1: Deal Overview
    • Table 2: Talisman Energy, Major Divestments, 2005-2010
    • Table 3: Financials of the Deal, 2010
    • Table 4: Target Information
    • Table 5: Target's Production and Reserves Information, 2010
    • Table 6:Transaction Implied Values, 2010
    • Table 7: Commodity Prices in $, Last Close, 2010
    • Table 8: Vendor Information
  • List of Figures
    • Figure 1: Talisman Energy, Operations Map, 2010
    • Figure 2: Talisman Energy, North America, Shale Gas Operations Map, 2010
    • Figure 3: Talisman Energy, Exploration Portfolio, 2010
    • Figure 4: Talisman Energy, Exploration Portfolio, 2010
    • Figure 5: GlobalData Methodology
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