June 2014, Vol. 241, No. 6

Features

Global M&A Markets Appear Poised For Rebound

PLS Inc., a leading Houston-based research, transaction and advisory firm, in conjunction with its international partner Derrick Petroleum Services, reports global upstream oil and gas M&A activity for Q1 2014 of $40.7 billion spread across 192 transactions (including 133 with deal value disclosed). This brings aggregate deal value up 1% from Q4 2013 total of $40.4 billion, achieved through closing 226 deals, and up 65% year-over-year from Q1 2013 total of $23.5 billion across 260 deals. The vigorous year-over-year growth in Q1 is moving closer to the average quarterly deal value of $43.4 billion recorded since 2007. Brian Lidsky, PLS Managing Director, said, “In Q1,

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