Shell's Takeover Battle for Cove Energy Almost Over
The takeover battle between Royal Dutch Shell and Thailand's state energy business PTT Exploration for East Africa-focused Cove Energy looks to be almost over. Shell and Cove released a joint statement Tuesday that declared Cove's directors would recommend Shell's offer, which values the business at $1.8 billion (GBP 1.1 billion), to its shareholders.
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