Consolidation is taking over legacy energy transactions. That's not only expected, but maybe necessary given the restructuring that's taking place in the industry itself. But however inevitable, it also has to be profitable; stockholders demand it. And that's becoming the crux of the problem in energy deals. The CDT explains the dilemma, along with the usual inventory of last week's deals . . .
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