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Tullow Oil plc is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company. The Company's primary activity is the discovery and production of oil and gas. Its segments include West Africa; East Africa, and New Ventures. The West Africa Business focuses on its production and development projects in West Africa and Europe. The business includes its operated asset, the Jubilee field in Ghana, the TEN Project and a portfolio of non-operated production assets in approximately five countries across the region. The East Africa Business is focused on exploration activity across the Company's acreage position in Kenya. The New Ventures Business is focused on its frontier exploration and appraisal activity across Africa and South America. It manages its New Ventures portfolio through both license acquisitions and farm downs of existing acreage. Its activities include targeted exploration and appraisal, and selective development projects. It has operations in Africa and South America.
Chiswick Park, 566 Chiswick High Road
Dorothy C. Thompson
Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
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Martin F. Greenslade
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Total <TOTF.PA> and Tullow Oil <TLW.L> aim to reduce their stakes in Kenya's first oil development with a joint sale that could see Tullow exit completely amid uncertainty over the project's launch, banking and industry sources said.
London's main share index rose slightly on Wednesday, hours before the sealing of an initial U.S.-China trade deal, though sentiment was tempered when Washington said tariffs on Chinese goods would not be rolled back immediately.
Tullow Oil <TLW.L> is to take a $1.5 billion (1.15 billion pounds) writedown after cutting its long-term oil price assumptions by $10 to $65 a barrel, a downgrade to reserves in Ghana and disappointing exploration wells, the company said on Wednesday.
London's main index eked out modest gains on Wednesday, hours before the imminent inking of an initial U.S.-China trade deal, though sentiment was tempered as Washington said tariffs on Beijing would not be rolled back immediately.
Tullow Oil expects to report a $1.5 billion writedown after lowering its long-term oil price assumptions by $10 to $65 a barrel, an announced reduction in reserves in Ghana and disappointing exploration wells, it said on Wednesday.
Fresh monetary stimulus in Beijing and growing Sino-U.S. trade optimism helped European shares stay close to record highs on Thursday with banks and technology stocks leading a broad-based rally.
Shares of Tullow Oil <TLW.L> dropped by nearly a fifth on Thursday as the Africa-focused oil producer's update on the commercial viability of its new well offshore Guyana disappointed investors.
UK shares rose in the first trading session of the new decade, as investors welcomed China's easing monetary policy to support slowing growth and U.S. President Donald Trump's setting a date to sign a trade agreement with Beijing.
Africa-focused oil producer Tullow said on Thursday its Spanish partner Repsol had struck crude oil in a new well offshore Guyana, in promising news for a project which has become increasingly important to the London-listed firm.
Ratings agency S&P Global on Friday downgraded Tullow Oil's <TLW.L> long-term credit rating to 'B' from 'B+', days after the Africa-focused company's Chief Executive Officer stepped down and it scrapped its dividend.
European stocks slipped on Monday, dragged down by a slump in shares of Tullow Oil after its chief executive stepped down and the oil and gas explorer scrapped its dividend, while weak data out of China also weighed on sentiment.
London's exporter-heavy FTSE 100 inched lower on Monday as oil majors and Asia-exposed financials fell on China growth worries and as the pound strengthened, while a 72% slump in Tullow Oil single-handedly dragged down midcaps.
More than half of the value of Africa-focused Tullow Oil <TLW.L> was wiped out on Monday as Chief Executive Officer Paul McDade stepped down and the oil producer scrapped its dividend after failing to meet production targets due to weak performance by flagship assets in...
London's blue-chip stocks retreated on Monday as oil majors and Asia-exposed financials fell after disappointing exports data from China stoked growth worries, while midcaps were weighed down by a 50% slump in Tullow Oil.
Uganda said on Monday it had settled a tax dispute with international oil firms, clearing the way for Britain's Tullow Oil <TLW.L> to revive plans to sell a stake in its assets and allow the firms to move to a final decision on development.
Uganda said on Monday it had reached a deal with international oil firms on a tax dispute, clearing the way for Britain's Tullow Oil to revive plans to sell a stake in its assets and allow the firms to move to a final investment decision.
* Shares plunge to 2-year low (Adds detail on Guyana, analyst comments, background)
UK bluechip stocks retreated on Wednesday as traders grew weary of mixed signals from U.S. President Donald Trump about the progress of trade talks with China, while Tullow Oil slid after slashing production targets.
It is still too early to give a new timeline on a final green light for investment in Uganda's first oilfields, Tullow Oil <TLW.L> Chief Executive Paul McDade said on Wednesday, reiterating Tullow's plan to sell down its stake.
Tullow Oil <TLW.L> plans to drill three or more oil exploration wells in Guyana next year, Chief Executive Officer Paul McDade said on Monday after the firm's second offshore oil discovery in the South American country.
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