Dec 17th, 2012 | Matt Insley | Category: News, Oil
According to Bloomberg, "Cnooc Ltd.
(883)'s analyst ratings have sunk to their lowest level in three years just as the Chinese state-controlled oil explorer prepares to buy Canada's Nexen Inc.
(NXY) for $15.1 billion in a deal that escalates production expenses.
move is seen by many to lead to increased cost-per-barrel.
But in a world of growingly scarce resources, this may be the company's only option.
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