FILE -On April 12, 2019, photographs were taken of the anadako oil company logo.Appears above a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is funding Western oil's acquisition of anadako, which could disrupt Chevron's $33 billion offer to the energy company.Earlier this month, anadako and Chevron signed a merger agreement, but anadako petroleum said on Monday, April 29 that it is now considering Western companies offering cash worth about $57 billion andlessFILE -On April 12, 2019, photographs were taken of the anadako oil company logo.Appears above a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is funding Western oil's acquisition of anadako, which could disrupt Chevron's $33 billion offer to the energy company.Earlier this month, anadako and Chevron signed a merger agreement, but anadako petroleum said on Monday, April 29 that it is now considering Western companies offering cash worth about $57 billion and(AP )-Western oil companies completed a $38 billion deal to acquire anadako on Thursday after Chevron declined to disclose an offer to close a rare bidding battle for the field.The deal gives Western countries the opportunity to gain a rich stake in anadako's two-fold Basin in West Texas and New Mexico, the hottest oil and gas field.In order to win this award, Westerners surpassed Chevron.A company five times its size.Western CEO Vicki Hollub said the deal further established her company as a top operator capable of increasing production.The bidding war surprised those concerned about the energy industry.No one has seen similar grabs for decades.However, in the competition for a preferred oil and gas field spanning two second stack, ambition has grown."This is a real estate issue," said Mike Sommers, CEO of the American Petroleum Association, a business representative of more than 600 companies in the oil and gas industry."Who have property resources in where Anadarko obviously in two Stack basin in have key resources."Since the country has so few major operators in the region, future acquisition targets may be smaller than the amount spent by Western countries to get such a wealth of real estate."I think we should focus on the small producers who have a lot of resources in the two-fold basin," Sommers said .".Occidental agreed to pay $59 in cash and $0.Western shares of 2934 per share of ampouko common stock.Houston-The Western-based company sees the deal as worth $57 billion, including assumptions about anadako's debt.Anadaco, based in Woodlands, Texas, will pay a $1 billion breakChevron agreed in April to buy the company for $33 billion.The deal is expected to be completed in the second half of this year.This requires approval from Anadarko shareholders and the US government.S.regulators.Al Walker, chairman and CEO, said the result brought great direct value to Anadarko's shareholders.According to the companies, Western companies have lined up to finance the cash portion of the deal.The deal does not require approval from Western shareholders.Two weeks ago, when Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway said it would provide $10 billion in financing for Western companies, the Western company's bid was received.Decision of ChevronThe retreat came the day before the deadline for proposing a revised proposal or a new proposal.Michael Wirth, Chairman and CEO of Chevron, said in a statement: "Winning in any environment does not mean winning at any cost ."."Cost and capital discipline are always important."Chevron said it would not sit on the money it took out from the table on Thursday.The San Ramon, Calif.-based company plans to spend another 25% more on stock buybacks, up to $5 billion a year.Occidental fell $3.88, or 6.At $56, 4%.Before the final agreement is announced.Anadarko fell $2.47, or 3.3%, to $73.39.Chevron shares rose $3.69, or 3.$ 1% to close at $121.19.