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Nov 20- Devon Energy Corp struck a deal to buy privately held GeoSouthern Energy's assets in the Eagle Ford shale region of south Texas for $6 billion in cash. Private equity firm The Blackstone Group was an investor in GeoSouthern.
Nov 20- Devon Energy Corp struck a deal to buy privately held GeoSouthern Energy's assets in the Eagle Ford shale region of south Texas for $6 billion in cash.
Companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
NEW YORK, Nov 19- Devon Energy Corp is close to a deal to buy privately held GeoSouthern Energy Corp for around $6 billion, according to a person familiar with the matter. GeoSouthern Energy, based in The Woodlands, Texas, drills for oil and gas in the Austin Chalk and Eagle Ford geologic formations in South Texas.
*Caterpillar has dominant position in market for rig engines. HOUSTON, Nov 12- General Electric Co is trying to deploy more of its natural gas engines on rigs drilling for hydrocarbons in the North American energy boom- where Caterpillar Inc diesel engines have long been the industry standard.
Nov 6- U.S. oil and gas producer Devon Energy Corp posted a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by a jump in production from properties in the Permian basin of Texas and a rise in commodity prices.
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