The Crude Report: Chevron gets a Noble deal

Author Argus

In this episode of The Crude Report, a podcast series on global oil markets, we discuss Chevron’s $13bn acquisition of Noble Energy and what we’ve heard from other US oil companies regarding future M&A.

Argus Americas Crude Deputy Editor Amanda Smith and Reporter Alex Endress outline Chevron and Noble’s seemingly complementary businesses and highlight what other US oil company CEOs have said regarding future M&A opportunities.

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