'Inexplicable': Capricorn Energy investor calls on board to exit Tullow Oil merger – Upstream Online

London-based hedge fund says deal is “too one sided” in favour of Tullow
Another major investor has hit out at Capricorn Energy’s board for approving a merger with fellow London-listed player Tullow Oil, describing the decision as “inexplicable,” while depicting Tullow as the “one of the worst performing” oil and gas companies.
Palliser Capital, a UK-based hedge fund holding 5% of Capricorn shares, wants the board to exit the merger, saying the deal is unlikely to be approved given growing shareholder opposition to the proposal.
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