Bharatbook.com added a new report on "Merger & Acquisition Deal Analysis - Shell Plans To Sell Its Onshore Oil-Production Assets in Nigeria" discussing the factors that led Shell to sell these assets.
Online PR News – 20-January-2010 – – Merger & Acquisition Deal Analysis - Shell Plans To Sell Its Onshore Oil-Production Assets in Nigeria
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- The study discusses the divesture of Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s (Shell) Nigerian production assets.
- It looks at Shell’s Nigerian operations, briefly discussing the factors that led Shell to sell these assets.
- It discusses the major bidders for Shell’s Nigerian assets and also provides information such as deal financials, target information, production and reserves information, and commodity prices information.
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