Chevron Corp doubled down on its bet on surging U.S. oil and gas output on Friday, saying it would buy shale producer Anadarko Petroleum Corp for $33 billion in cash and stock that will make it the second-largest crude producer in the world. The combined company will produce an estimated 3.9 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd), trailing only Exxon Mobil Corp among publicly traded companies, up from fourth. It expands Chevron's reach in two areas where U.S. energy output is breaking records: shale from the Permian Basin of west Texas and New Mexico, and liquefied natural gas (LNG). These have helped make the United States one of the world's largest energy exporters. | Video
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Canada's Aurora Cannabis Inc on Wednesday tapped billionaire Nelson Peltz as a strategic adviser, betting on the consumer industry-focused veteran to help the recreational marijuana maker chart its expansion into new markets.
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Feb 20 Canadian miner Barrick Gold
outlined on Wednesday details of a deal it reached with the
government of Tanzania to settle its disputes with Acacia Mining
, including a $300 million payment to resolve tax claims
in the country.
Noble Energy Inc on Tuesday outlined a plan to return over $500 million to shareholders by 2020 and lowered its 2019 capital expense forecast in response to a drop in crude oil prices, sending its shares up 5 percent.
Feb 14 Canada's Bombardier Inc topped
analysts' forecasts for quarterly earnings on Thursday, helped
by its business jet unit, which benefited from demand for
aftermarket services and higher-priced, large-cabin corporate
planes, sending shares up 9.8 percent in early trading.
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