Thursday, August 17, 2017

Imperial Oil reports an unexpected second-quarter loss due to planned and unplanned maintenance that curbed oil output. Source link

JX Nippon Oil and Gas Exploration Corp says that its UK-based subsidiary has agreed to sell a stake in a North Sea oil field to Faroe. Source link

Shell is gearing up for a world of "lower forever" oil prices, its Chief Executive Ben van Beurden says. Source link

Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) appoints a new country manager for Greece. Source link

Noble Group, once Asia's largest commodities trader, will tie up with rival Mercuria Energy Group as part of a dramatic downsizing. Source link

Saipem lowers its annual earnings forecasts citing tough market conditions. Source link

QEP Resources says it will sell its natural gas assets in Wyoming. Source link

Schlumberger NV has agreed to buy a 51% stake in Russian peer Eurasia Drilling Co (EDC) in a deal likely to test Russia-US ties. Source link

Even in his final days as General Electric Co.'s CEO, Jeffrey Immelt can't escape the stench of oil. Source link

African Petroleum has agreed to let an exclusive agreement lapse in talks to sell oil licenses in Gambia and Senegal, it says. Source link
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