Growth Pockets Fuel Midstream Merger and Acquisitions

Midstream oil and gas deals activity, capital markets and mergers and acquisitions increased globally from 129 transactions in Q4 2014 to 139 in Q1 2015. The midstream sector’s top deal in Q1 2015 was the “Energy Transfer Partners” agreement to merge with “Regency Energy Partners” to form one of the industry’s largest master partnerships. The deal is expected to result in cost savings of more than $160 million per year, the revenues generated from incremental gathering and processing volumes will help counter lower commodity prices. As evident in Kinder Morgan’s acquisition of Hiland last quarter, access to upside from some of the Lower 48’s most resilient plays, such as the Marcellus, Eagle Ford and West Texas, is driving deals. Capital spending and development is most sensitive from improved economics through a price rebound or otherwise.

Quarterly Midstream Deals Review – Q1 2015 report provides analysis on financial deals registered in the midstream segment in Q1 2015.

This report will allow you to:

  • Analyse market trends in the global oil and gas midstream industry
  • Gain information on the top deals that took place in the industry
  • Review the deal trends in the market
  • Make an analysis of the M&A, Equity/Debt Offerings, Partnerships, Private Equity, and Venture Financing in the midstream industry

Find out the major deal performing segments for investments in your industry.

Report available with | Published by GlobalData


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