Investors stir up Canada’s LNG sector
Jana Partners puts pressure on Apache to quit Kitimat; private equity firm Kern Partners launches new C$750 million energy fund
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The jostling continues in Canada’s LNG field, with two investor groups trying to assert their influence.
Activist hedge fund Jana Partners is putting pressure on Apache to break up the Kitimat LNG partnership, while private equity firm Kern Partners has launched a new C$750 million energy fund, with....
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