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C&J Energy Services (CJ) and Keane Group (FRAC) agreed to merge in an all-stock deal, while Phillips 66 (PSX) unveiled plans to form two pipeline project joint ventures for crude oil transportation.
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The consolidation drive in the oilfield service space is reflected in the recent decision of C&J Energy (CJ) & Keane Group (FRAC) to merge and create a diversified oilfield services firm.
The $1.8 billion merger agreement between Houston-based C&J Energy Services (NYSE: CJ) and Keane Group Inc. (NYSE: FRAC) was a deal born out of an environment hungry for scale. There haven’t been many oil field services mergers and acquisitions in recent years, said Joe Dunleavy, a Houston partner with London-based PricewaterhouseCoopers' deals practice. Companies in the space are under pressure to operate within cashflow, but many of them have had trouble doing so, Dunleavy said.
Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") commented today that Keane Group, Inc.'s announced stock-for-stock merger wtih C&J Energy Services, Inc. is credit positive since it expects the transaction will be deleveraging, increase scale, and strengthen market position. Keane Group, Inc. is the parent company of Keane Group Holdings, LLC. For additional information, subscribers to Moody's research service are directed to the associated Moody's Issuer Comment for Keane Group Holdings, LLC, which can be found on the rating agency's website at www.moodys.com.
on Monday said they agreed to a "merger-of-equals," creating a diversified oilfield services company. Under terms of the deal, C&J shareholders will receive 1.6149 Keane shares for each C&J share they own.
Houston-based C&J Energy Services (NYSE: CJ) and Keane Group Inc. (NYSE: FRAC) announced June 17 they plan to combine, creating a diversified oil field services provider valued at approximately $1.8 billion, including $255 million of net debt. The all-stock deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2019, and the combined company will be owned 50-50 by Keane and C&J shareholders, according to a press release. A new name and ticker symbol for the combined company will be announced before the deal closes.
Oilfield services company Keane Group Inc said on Monday it will buy rival C&J Energy Services for $745.7 million in an all-stock deal, as it looks to scale up amid spending cuts by crude producers. The deal is expected to add to cash flow immediately, the companies said in a statement, adding they expect annualized run-rate cost savings of $100 million within 12 months after closing.
C&J Energy Services Inc. and Keane Group Inc. announced Monday a merger-of-equals deal to create a diversified oilfield services company with a combined enterprise value of $1.8 billion, including $255 million in debt. Under terms of the deal, C&J shareholders will receive 1.6149 Keane shares for each C&J share they own. Based on Friday's closing prices, that values C&J stock at $11.29 each, or a 5.3% premium. After the deal closes, which is expected to occur in the fourth quarter of this year, C&J and Keane shareholders will each own 50% of the equity of the combined company. "The merger of equals unites two great companies, resulting in a broader portfolio of well completion services across an even greater footprint in the U.S., benefiting our combined employees, shareholders, customers, suppliers, and the communities in which we operate," said Keane Chief Executive Robert Drummond. C&J's stock has tumbled 33.8% over the past three months and Keane shaes have shed 28.7%, while the VanEck Vectors Oil Services ETF has lost 22.5% and the S&P 500 has gained 2.35.
Keane Group Inc and C&J Energy Services Inc are set to merge in an all-stock deal that will create a new U.S. oilfield services company worth around $1.5 billion, three people familiar with the matter said on Monday. The deal underscores the consolidation under way in the oil and gas industry, as exploration and production companies cut back on spending on new projects to return more money to their shareholders. This puts pressure on services providers to gain scale, so that they have more negotiating power and can save on costs by eliminating overlap.
Two Houston-based oilfield services companies have agreed to merge in order to form a leading company with an expansive footprint in active U.S. basins.
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