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Oilfield services survey reveals huge spike in M&A activity and confidence in North Sea recovery


Published Jan 26, 2016
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A desire to capitalise on distressed situations, grow international market share and acquire new technology will drive a surge in M&A activity in the oilfield services sector during 2016, according to major new research from international law firm Pinsent Masons.

A survey of 200 senior executives across the oilfield services industry has revealed that despite unprecedented price volatility, 86% of respondents expect a surge of deal activity in the next 12 months. Seventy per cent said they were actively considering an acquisition within the next year.

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