By Dan Primack
June 28, 2012

Petronas, a Malaysian state oil company, has agreed to acquire Canada’s Progress Energy Resources Corp. (TSX: PRQ) for C$4.8 billion. The C$20.45 per share deal represents a 77% premium to yesterday’s closing price. Including assumed debt, the transaction value is around C$5.5 billion.www.progressenergy.com

Veolia Environnement has sold a majority stake in its British regulated water business for nearly £1.24 billion to Rift Acquisitions Ltd. www.veolia.com

Bazaarvoice Inc. (Nasdaq: BV) , an Austin, Texas-based provider of hosted social commerce solutions, has filed for a secondary public offering of 8.5 million common shares. The company went public in February at $12 per share, and closed trading yesterday at $18.62 per share. The company will offer 1.7 million of the shares, while the remaining 6.8 million will come from insiders. Existing shareholders include Austin Ventures, Battery Ventures, Eastern Advisors and First Round Capital.www.bazaarvoice.com

Splunk (Nasdaq: SPLK), a San Francisco-based maker of software that collects and organizes data, has filed for a $300 million secondary offering of common stock. All of the shares will be sold by company insiders, which include Sevin Rosen, August Capital, JK&B Capital and Ignition Partners. No specifics yet on who might sell what. Splunk went public back in April at $17 per share, and closed trading yesterday at $28 per share. Morgan Stanley, Credit Suise, JPMorgan and BoA Merrill Lynch are serving as co-lead underwriters on the new offering. www.splunk.com

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