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Galp Energia Says Mozambique's Area 4 Partners Awards Midstream EPC Contract
Galp Energia Q3 Oil Output Up 19% YoY
Galp To Pay Gross Interim Dividend Of 0.31625 Eur/Shr On Sept. 10, 2019
Galp Energia SGPS SA (Galp) is a Portugal-based holding company engaged in the oil and gas industry. Galp’s activities are divided into three business segments: Exploration and Production; Refining and Marketing, and Gas and Power. In the Exploration and Production segment, the Company explores, develops and produces oil and natural gas, operating in approximately 40 projects worldwide. In the Refining and Distribution area, Galp Energia SGPS SA is active in the operation of oil and gas refineries for the production of gasoline, as well as in the marketing of petroleum. The Company operates two refineries in Portugal. In the Gas and Power segment, Galp Energia SGPS SA is mainly engaged in the distribution and marketing of natural gas, as well as in the generation and sale of electricity.
Oil & Gas - Integrated
Rua Tomas da Fonseca - Torre A
Paula Fernanda Ramos Amorim
Chairman of the Board
Carlos Nuno Gomes da Silva
Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors
Miguel Jose Pereira Athayde Marques
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board, Lead Independent Director
Filipe Quintin Crisostomo Silva
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Carlos Manuel Costa Pina
Executive Director, Chief Operating Officer - New Energies
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Portugal's Galp Energia , whose cherry-picking in Brazilian oil licensing auctions since the mid-2000s has left it with one of the most enviable portfolios of stakes in offshore oil fields there, says new licences are getting too pricey.
Portugal's Galp Energia raised its 2018 pre-tax earnings estimate to 2.3 billion euros ($2.6 billion) from a previous forecast of 1.8-1.9 billion on Monday, as a jump in oil prices and stronger output boosted its third-quarter results.
* SAID ON MONDAY THAT BLACKROCK INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (UK) LIMITED, SUBSIDIARY OF BLACKROCK INC, REACHED 2.01 PERCENT OF VOTING RIGHTS IN GALP
Portuguese oil company Galp Energia expects largely flat pre-tax earnings this year after a 32 percent increase in 2017 as production growth slows.
Portuguese oil company Galp Energia expects largely flat pre-tax earnings this year after a 32 percent increase in 2017 as production growth should slow, although it is still seeking to boost output by more than 50 percent by 2020.
* Production growth trimmed to 15-20 pct a year (Adds details, background, CEO comment, analyst comment)
* Says buys 20 percent stakes in blocks 5, 11, 12 of offshore Sao Tome and Principe from Kosmos Energy
State-controlled Petróleo Brasileiro SA and Galp Energia SGPS SA have broadened an existing cooperation accord between the Brazilian and Portuguese oil producers, to include offshore oil research and development projects and exploration and production partnerships.
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