CEPSACentral European Political Science Association
CEPSACompañía Española de Petroleos Sociedad Anónima (Petroleum Spanish Company, Inc.) Spanish
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Leading private equity firm Carlyle Group said it has reached an agreement with Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Investment Company to acquire its significant minority interest in leading Spanish energy major Compania Espanola de Petroleos (Cepsa).
The final share price will be determined on October 16, Cepsa said, with the listing of the company set to take place two days later.
Cepsa could announce the IPO as early as next week, pending final approval from the emirate's rulers.
As per the agreement, Cepsa, a Spanish integrated oil and gas company, was awarded a 20 per cent stake in Abu Dhabi's offshore Sarb and Umm Lulu concession.
The agreement was signed by Abdulaziz Al Hajri, Downstream Director, ADNOC and Pedro MirA[sup.3], CEO of Cepsa, in the presence of H.E.
Buyer: Strategic Resources (Global) Limited (SRG), Compania Espanola de Petroleos SAU (CEPSA)
Au cours dA[sup.3]un forum energetique organise le mois dernier a Madrid, lA[sup.3]ancien president du conseil dA[sup.3]administration de Medgaz et actuel directeur des operations de Cepsa, Pedro MirE, avait plaide pour que [beaucoup moins que]lA[sup.3]Algerie continue dA[sup.3]etre a lA[sup.3]avenir le pays garant de la fiabilite des approvisionnements ininterrompus de gaz naturel a lA[sup.3]Espagne[beaucoup plus grand que].
Before the joint reservoir was confirmed, Cepsa had planned to raise its capacity from RKF and ORD fields to 160,000 b/d by late 1997, having estimated the potential of ORD alone at 120,000 b/d.
Total, which held 48.83 per cent of Cepsa, has agreed to help Ipic, whose experience has mainly been in the downstream, develop its exploration and production business, in a move which could also prove advantageous for the French major when Abu Dhabi's sought-after onshore concession comes up for renewal in 2014.
of the shares in the Spanish (Cepsa), made an offer to buy the French oil
Cepsa, in consortium with the Canadian oil groups Meta Petroleum and Talisman, was awarded Blocks CPO 12 and CPO 14 during the Colombia Round 2008 licensing process, Cepsa Colombia was also successful in the Mini Round 2008 and gained blocks LLA 22 and LLA 26, with a 100% working interest in both.
Essentially, the Court decided that if the agreement rendered the service station operators agents for CEPSA - if the "obligation imposed on those operators to sell the fuel at a specific price would be inherent in CEPSA's ability to delimit the scope of the activities of its agents" - there would be no breach of the law.