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China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), an integrated energy company, acquired a 35% interest in Syria Shell Petroleum Development B.V. (SSPD), an oil exploration and production company, from Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell).

The transaction will enable CNPC to further expand its presence in upstream business in Syria.


Rationale behind CNPC's acquisition of an interest in Syria Shell Petroleum development (SSPD)
Strategic Benefits for SSPD to merge with CNPC
Geography covered - Syrian Arab Republic
Deal Financials and Valuations
Information on CNPC and Royal Dutch Shell

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Know about the major companies, which are adopting a divestment or acquisition strategy to enhance their business portfolios
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- 1 Table of contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
- 2 GlobalData Deal Analysis
2.1 Summary
2.2 Deal Overview
- 3 CNPC Acquires 35% Interest In Syria Shell Petroleum Development
3.1 Deal Overview
3.2 Deal in Brief
3.3 CNPC Expands its Business Presence in Syria by Acquiring a Stake in SSPD
3.4 CNPC Plans to Consolidate its Position in the Upstream Sector through its Partnership with Shell
3.5 Shell’s Divestment of its Syrian Assets is a part of the Company’s Strategy to Sell its Non-Core Assets
3.6 Deal Financials and Valuations
3.6.1 Companies Involved
3.6.2 Deal Financials
3.6.3 Deal Rationale
3.6.4 Detailed Target Information
3.6.5 Production and Reserves Information
3.6.6 Detailed Acquirer Information
3.6.7 Detailed Vendor Information
- 4 Appendix
4.1 About Energy eTrack
4.2 Methodology
4.2.1 Coverage
4.2.2 Secondary Research
4.2.3 Primary Research
4.2.4 Expert Panel Validation
4.3 Contact Us
4.4 Disclaimer
- 1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: CNPC, Major Acquisition Details, 2005-10
Table 2: Shell, Major Divestment Details, 2008-10
Table 3: Key Companies Involved in the Deal
Table 4: Financials of the Deal, 2010
Table 5: Target Information
Table 6: Target’s Production and Reserves Information, 2010
Table 7: Acquirer Information
Table 8: Vendor Information
- 1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: CNPC, Global Operations Map, 2010
Figure 2: GlobalData Methodology
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