M&A deals cooling off in Canada
As predicted in forecasts, mergers and acquisitions goes quiet after red-hot, C$50 billion year, as junior buyers fade from scene;
off-stage deals more likely over short-term; oil sands company Synenco Energy and Compton Petroleum are leading test cases
For Petroleum News
In line with forecasts by Sayer Energy Advisors, a specialist in oil and gas mergers and acquisitions, the Canadian M&A market is taking a breather after hitting a record last year, when assets and companies valued at about C$50 billion changed hands.
Sayer President Alan Tambosso expects 2008 will....
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Two deals closely watched
Synenco has 60% of Northern Lights
Compton agrees to strategic review
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