Sunday, June 24, 2018

Brazil's Petroleo Brasileiro SA is not considering selling a 10 percent stake in its giant Libra offshore oil prospect at this time, the state-run oil company said. Source link

Spain's Repsol agrees to swap assets with Statoil in a bid to reduce its capital spending. Source link

Tullow Oil says its executive director, Graham Martin, will leave the company in the spring of 2016. Source link

Wood Group PSN secures a multi-year services contract with ConocoPhillips in Australia, which is effective immediately. Source link

Devon Energy says it will buy some assets in the Anadarko Basin from smaller peer Felix Energy for $1.9 billion. Source link

Santos' incoming managing director and CEO Kevin Gallagher will commence his duties at the Australian oil and gas company on Feb. 1, 2016. Source link

Shell wins approval from Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board for the company's proposed $70 billion takeover of BG, leaving China as the last regulatory hurdle to the deal. Source link

PGS will increase its capital expenditure to around $240 million in 2016, from a full year 2015 CAPEX of approximately $175 million. Source link

Ocean Installer secures a contract for offshore construction work on the Aje Ph1 project offshore Nigeria. Source link

North Energy agrees to sell a 10-percent interest in Norwegian production license 707, which covers the Seiland West area of the Barents Sea. Source link
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