BP PLC (BP.L)
Oct 16 The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
NEW DELHI Global oil major BP said on Monday fuel price controls were "not good", days after India asked state-run fuel retailers to shield customers from record-high costs by cutting margins.
NEW DELHI, Oct 15 Global oil major BP said on Monday fuel price controls were "not good", days after India asked state-run fuel retailers to shield customers from record-high costs by cutting margins.
LONDON Governments not energy firms need to take the lead in achieve U.N. targets to contain global warming, with policies that will change fuel and other energy consumption habits, oil and gas companies said.
OSLO U.S. oil firm Chevron will become the first oil major to formally exit the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) as it transfers its last stake in an exploration license, according to a government letter.
LONDON BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley said if the United States imposed sanctions on Russian energy firms Gazprom and Rosneft such as it did on aluminium producer Rusal , it would virtually shut down Europe's energy systems.
LONDON The United States has granted BP and Serica Energy a new licence to run a North Sea gas field partly owned by Iran in a rare exemption by U.S. President Donald Trump's administration as it prepares to renew sanctions on Tehran next month.
* New licence valid till October 2019 (Adds details, background)
Oct 9 Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 15 points higher at 7,249 on Tuesday with FTSE 100 futures up 0.01 percent ahead of the cash market open, according to financial bookmakers.
LONDON, Oct 9 BP and Serica Energy received a conditional licence from U.S. authorities to continue operating a North Sea gas field partly owned by Iran's national oil company, Serica said in a statement.
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