M&A

March 20, 2012, 5:41 PM UTC
Fortune

Glencore International, a Swiss commodities company, has agreed to acquire Canadian grain handling company Viterra (TSX: VT) for around C$6 billion.

CVR Energy Inc. (NYSE: CVI), a Sugar Land, Texas-based producer of ammonia and urea-ammonia nitrate, again rejected a $30 per share tender offer from Carl Icahn, and asked stockholders not to tender their shares. Icahn holds a 14.54% stake in CVR. www.cvrenergy.com

Siemens has agreed to acquire the Connectors and Measurements unit of British oil and gas services company Expro Holdings. The deal is valued at $630 million.

CVC Capital Partners has hired Goldman Sachs to explore options for its majority stake in auto racing company Formula One, according to Bloomberg. A sale could be valued at more than $10 billion, while the report also suggests that CVC could float the company in Singapore.

Mood Media Corp. (TSX: MM) has agreed to acquire DMX Holdings Inc., an Austin, Texas–based provider of multi-sensory branding services. The deal is valued at US$86.1 million in cash (including assumed debt repaid at closing). Sellers include Trinity Hunt Partners and Capstar Partners. www.moodmedia.com

Williams Partners LP (NYSE: WPZ) has agreed to acquire the Eastern Midstream unit of Caiman Energy, a portfolio company of EnCap Flatrock Midstream, EnCap Investments and Highstar Capital. The deal is valued at approximately $2.5 billion. Caiman Eastern Midstream is an independent gathering and processing business located in northern West Virginia, southwestern Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio. www.williamslp.com

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