British, Canadian Firms Tap into Latest Round of Energy M&A Deals

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Allen & Overy, Borden Ladner Gervais, CMS Cameron McKenna, and DLA Piper are the latest firms to reap the benefits from the energy M&A boom as London-based oil giant BP announces it will unload oil and gas assets in the North Sea for $1.1 billion, ConocoPhillips sells its stake in a Kazakh oil field for $5 billion, and Canada's Imperial Oil spends $1.6 billion for a 50 percent stake in another oil and gas company being bought by Exxon Mobil.

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