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Shadia Nasralla

Gushing European energy IPO pipeline faces muted investor appetite

14 Jun 2019

LONDON Europe's oil and gas sector is building up a crowded pipeline for stock market flotations, but investor appetite is limited given painful experiences after the last oil price crash and a backlash against fossil fuels.

BP relaunches Shearwater oilfield sale after Shell talks end - sources

07 Jun 2019

LONDON BP is again seeking buyers for its stake in the Shearwater oilfield in the British North Sea after talks with Royal Dutch Shell fell through, industry and banking sources said.

BP relaunches Shearwater oilfield sale after Shell talks end - sources

07 Jun 2019

LONDON, June 7 BP is again seeking buyers for its stake in the Shearwater oilfield in the British North Sea after talks with Royal Dutch Shell fell through, industry and banking sources said.

UPDATE 2-Equinor aims to replicate Arctic field savings at Rosebank

04 Jun 2019

OSLO/ABERDEEN, Scotland, June 4 Norway's Equinor and its partners will look to replicate savings from the Arctic Johan Castberg field off Norway at Rosebank, one of the largest undeveloped oil and gas fields on the British continental shelf.

Exclusive: Total seeks to reduce stake in giant Kashagan oilfield - sources

24 May 2019

LONDON/MOSCOW France's Total is seeking to sell part of its stake in Kazakhstan's giant Kashagan oilfield to raise up to $4 billion (£3.2 billion), four banking sources said.

EXCLUSIVE-Total seeks to reduce stake in giant Kashagan oilfield -sources

24 May 2019

LONDON/MOSCOW, May 24 France's Total is seeking to sell part of its stake in Kazakhstan's giant Kashagan oilfield to raise up to $4 billion, four banking sources said.

BP nears sale of stake in Egyptian oil firm to Dragon Oil: sources

23 May 2019

LONDON BP is nearing the sale of its stake in a major Egyptian oil and gas company to Dubai-based Dragon Oil for over $600 million, industry and banking sources said.

Russian crude pipeline woes boost Europe's refining profits

20 May 2019

LONDON A string of European refinery outages after contamination forced the shutdown of Russia's Druzhba crude pipeline has constrained fuel supply across the continent and delivered an unexpected boost to profit margins.

UPDATE 9-Oil prices fall after successive weekly gains

26 Apr 2019

* Prices up about 40 pct in 2019 on OPEC cuts and U.S. sanctions

Delek closing in on $2 billion deal for Chevron's North Sea oilfields - sources

24 Apr 2019

LONDON Israel's Delek Group is close to clinching Chevron's oil and gas fields in the British North Sea, which have a price tag of around $2 billion (£1.6 billion), sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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