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Fuelling the recovery: A Review of outbound oil & gas M&A activity from China

A Review of Outbound Oil & Gas M&A Activity from China


Fuelling the recovery; A review of outbound Oil & Gas M&A Activity from China

Almost 80% of mainland China based oil and gas corporates believe oil and gas transactions will increase in the next 12 months. 

Australasian transactions are expected to account for some 11% of outbound oil and gas M&A due to its abundance of offshore gas resourcest

These are two of the findings from a survey of Chinese O&G executives interviewed in the second quarter of April and June 2010. Respondents were asked to give their opinions on a number of issues, including the key opportunities and challenges that businesses in the sector face in the current trading environment.

For an historical review of Chinese outbound E&R investment activity, as well as current macroeconomic drivers, regulatory assessments of different jurisdictions click here.

For further information about this report, please contact Stephen Reid on Tel: +61 3 9671 7506. Alternatively, contact one of our Energy & resources or Corporate Finance experts  


Stephen Reid
Deloitte Australia
Job Title:
Partner, National Mining Leader
Tel: +61 3 9671 7506

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