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UPDATE 2-Senegal's new energy bid process to ensure transparency - state firm

07 Nov 2019

CAPE TOWN, Nov 7 Senegal's new legally binding bid process will ensure the transparency of a new oil and gas licensing round, the managing director of the national oil company said on Thursday.

U.S. ingenuity can tackle climate threat, fossil energy chief says

05 Nov 2019

CAPE TOWN The United States can tackle threats to the climate through technological advances as fossil fuels will remain a priority for the U.S. government and business, the assistant secretary for fossil energy said on Tuesday. | Video

U.S. shipping sanctions to dent demand for dirty shipping fuel: Refinitiv

29 Oct 2019

LONDON U.S. sanctions on a top Chinese shipping fleet is set to produce a totally unintended result -- less burning of the dirtiest marine fuels at sea at the start of next year, Refinitiv data showed on Tuesday.

Going overboard? Shipping rules seen shifting pollution from air to sea

21 Oct 2019

LONDON New global rules forcing ships to reduce air pollution by using cleaner fuels will see more sulphur and nitrates dumped into the oceans, analysts and civil society leaders say.

RPT-Angola hopes key reforms will aid efforts to sell oil assets

18 Oct 2019

* Falling oil output, years of mismanagement complicate plans

Angola hopes key reforms will aid efforts to sell oil assets

17 Oct 2019

LONDON Angola is hoping sweeping economic reforms will smooth an ambitious plan to sell key state assets, including stakes in oil company Sonangol, a share of Puma Energy and more than 100 other enterprises.

Angola hopes key reforms will aid efforts to sell oil assets

17 Oct 2019

* Falling oil output, years of mismanagement complicate plans

U.S. shipping sanctions deal European refiners an unexpected boost

17 Oct 2019

(This Oct. 16 story removes graphic at request of data provider, no changes to the text)

UPDATE 2-'Business as usual' for oil after Saudi attacks, oversupply looms - IEA

11 Oct 2019

* Markets face oversupply next year as global demand slows - IEA

U.S. shipping sanctions deal blow to oil sought for new eco-rules

11 Oct 2019

LONDON/SINGAPORE Highly sought after types of oil best suited to making cleaner shipping fuel are suddenly finding they are a tougher sell for thirsty East Asian markets, traders say, in an unintended consequence of U.S. sanctions on a Chinese shipping fleet.

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