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Energy sector news: Australian oil and gas firm Santos rejects an acquisition offer worth over $10 billion from Harbour Energy (which is backed by DC-based private equity outfit EIG Global Energy Partners) [Wall Street Journal].
Some BigLaw firms are exiting Venezuela, while others are opting to stay put. Read this article to find out why [The American Lawyer].
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