FILE - In this Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2009 file photo, crew members with Anadarko Petroleum Corp., work on a drilling platform on a Weld County farm near Mead, Colo., in the northeastern part of the state. The drilling process called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is shaking up world energy markets from Washington to Moscow to Beijing. Some predict what was once unthinkable: that the U.S. won't need to import natural gas in the near future, and that Russia could be the big loser. (AP Photo/Ed And

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FILE – On this Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2009 file picture, crew members with Anadarko Petroleum Corp., work on a drilling platform on a Weld County farm close to Mead, Colo., within the northeastern a part of the state. The drilling course of referred to as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is shaking up world vitality markets from Washington to Moscow to Beijing. Some predict what was as soon as unthinkable: that the U.S. will not must import pure fuel within the close to future, and that Russia could possibly be the massive loser. (AP Photograph/Ed And

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Merger talks between Occidental Petroleum and Anadarko Petroleum have been ongoing when Chevron introduced on Friday it could purchase Anadarko for $33 billion, sources inform CNBC.

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The deal announcement by Chevron minimize quick the talks between Occidental and Anadarko, the sources informed CNBC’s David Faber, who reported the rival bid by Houston-based Occidental on Friday. The Occidental bid was within the mid-$70s per share and was being structured as a 40% money deal.

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Occidental continues to think about whether or not it ought to take the value to shareholders in an unsolicited provide, the sources say.

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