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Wed, Feb 22 2017

RPT-Norway's Aker BP estimates Snadd development cost at $1.2 billion

OSLO, Feb 22 The cost of developing Aker BP's Snadd gas discovery in the Norwegian Sea will probably ammount to 10 billion crowns ($1.19 billion), a preliminary estimate by the company showed on Wednesday.

Norway's Aker BP estimates Snadd development cost at $1.2 billion

OSLO, Feb 22 The cost of developing Aker BP's Snadd gas discovery in the Norwegian Sea will probably ammount to 10 billion crowns ($1.19 billion), a preliminary estimate by the company showed on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Caltex Australia comments on Woolworths' decision to sell fuel business to BP

* Notes Woolworths' decision to sell its fuels business to BP, subject to regulatory approval

Motor racing-BP to fuel McLaren F1 team after ExxonMobil split

LONDON, Feb 10 BP and its Castrol brand will supply the McLaren Formula One team with fuel and lubricants this season in addition to rivals Renault.

BRIEF-Aker Solutions signs 2 engineering framework contracts with BP

* Aker Solutions secures two global engineering framework accords from BP

Crude cargo lawsuit drags BP's oil trading division into the red

LONDON, Feb 7 BP's oil trading business, one of the biggest in the sector, reported a rare loss in the fourth quarter after it lost a $70 million lawsuit over an oil cargo delivered to a Moroccan refinery.

BP lifts break-even oil price after profit miss

LONDON BP raised the oil price at which it can balance its books this year to $60 a barrel on Tuesday due to higher spending following a string of investments as annual earnings fell for a second consecutive year. | Video

BP may 'incrementally' increase U.S. shale portfolio: CEO

LONDON BP is looking at ways to incrementally increase its footprint in U.S. shale oil and gas production, its Chief Executive Officer Bob Dudley said on Tuesday.

BRIEF-BP says divestment proceeds for 2017 are expected to be $4.5-5.5 billion

* We have adapted by cutting our controllable cash costs by $7 billion from 2014 - a full year earlier than planned - ceo

BRIEF-BP misses forecasts as annual earnings slide for second consecutive year

* BP's fourth-quarter replacement cost (RC) profit was $72 million, compared with a loss of $2,233 million for same period in 2015

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