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Exclusive: Chevron to lay off about 25% of Noble Energy employees after merger

27 Oct 2020

Chevron Corp will lay off about 25% of Noble Energy's employees who joined the oil major after its $4.1 billion purchase of the smaller rival earlier this month, the company told Reuters on Tuesday.

EXCLUSIVE-Chevron to lay off about 25% of Noble Energy employees after merger

27 Oct 2020

Oct 27Chevron Corp will lay off about 25% of Noble Energy's employees who joined the oil major after its $4.1 billion purchase of the smaller rival earlier this month, the company said on Tuesday.

Chevron bets on Middle East gas riches and reconciliation

26 Oct 2020

HOUSTON/LONDON After years of focusing on U.S. shale, Chevron Corp is staking its natural gas future on the Middle East, a volatile and divided region where energy majors have long tread warily.

Exxon Mobil 'very close' to disclosing U.S., Canada job cuts, says CEO

22 Oct 2020

HOUSTON Exxon Mobil Corp is "very close" to completing its workforce appraisals in the United States and Canada and expects to unveil job cuts, its chief executive told employees in an email on Wednesday.

Shale producer Pioneer Natural to buy rival Parsley for $4.5 billion in all-stock deal

21 Oct 2020

HOUSTON Pioneer Natural Resources Co said on Tuesday it would buy smaller rival Parsley Energy Inc in a deal valued at about $4.5 billion, the latest consolidation among U.S. shale producers slammed by the rout in oil prices during the pandemic.

U.S. shale mergers accelerate, as Pioneer-Parsley deal joins roster

21 Oct 2020

HOUSTON/NEW YORK Consolidation in the U.S. shale industry is accelerating, ratcheting up pressure on oil and gas producers to gobble up smaller rivals, analysts and executives said.

U.S. shale mergers accelerate, with Pioneer-Parsley deal looming

20 Oct 2020

HOUSTON/NEW YORK, Oct 20 Consolidation in the U.S. shale industry is accelerating, ratcheting up pressure on oil and gas producers to gobble up smaller rivals, analysts and executives said.

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