Monday, June 25, 2018

Chevron has permanently assigned its Brazil country chief to run its Venezuelan operations. Source link

Cox Oil snaps up Energy XXI Gulf Coast for $322 million, a 21% premium to its June 15 share price. Source link

South African government mediators cleared the Solidarity trade union to strike in a dispute with Sasol. Source link

The Venezuelan government has appointed a new chief financial officer for PDVSA. Source link

Japanese commodity trading house Itochu is seeking buyers for stakes in two North Sea oilfields, a pipeline and a terminal. Source link

Shelf Drilling plans to add one or two premium rigs to its fleet. Source link

Equinor becomes a founding patron in the United Nations Global Compact Action Platform for Sustainable Ocean Business. Source link

Pryme Group, a UK-based service provider for the oil and gas industry, acquires Hydratron as part of its 'growth plans'. Source link

US energy companies added oil rigs for a third week in a row even though crude prices have declined about 8% over the past three weeks. Source link

Business conditions strengthened significantly in Norway's western oil-producing regions during the last three months, while the outlook rose to five-year highs, a sentiment survey shows. Source link
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