BP PLC (BP.L)
16 Mar 2018
March 16 Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 7 points lower at 7,133 on Friday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures down 0.12 percent ahead of the cash market open.
March 16 Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 7 points lower at 7,133 on Friday, according to financial bookmakers. * SHELL: Amnesty International on Friday accused international oil majors Shell and Eni of negligence when addressing spills in Nigeria. Royal Dutch Shell Plc is selling its upstream assets in New Zealand to Austria's OMV AG OMVV.VI for $578 million, the companies said on Thursday. * BP: BP is seeking buyers for its stake in a 50-year-old oil
LONDON BP is seeking buyers for its stake in a 50-year-old oil and gas business in Egypt as it focuses on newer deepwater gas fields off the country's Mediterranean coast, banking sources said.
NEW ORLEANS Oil major BP Plc expects more than 90 percent of the world's shipping fleet will comply with new regulations slashing sulfur levels ships are allowed to burn starting 2020, a company executive said on Tuesday.
NEW ORLEANS, March 13 Oil major BP Plc expects more than 90 percent of the world's shipping fleet will comply with new regulations slashing sulfur levels ships are allowed to burn starting 2020, a company executive said on Tuesday.
DUBAI Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) said on Sunday it had signed 40-year agreements with Eni, awarding the Italian company a 10 percent stake in its Umm Shaif and Nasr offshore oil concession and a 5 percent stake in Lower Zakum.
* ADNOC looking to find balance in strategic partners -analyst
MILAN Italian oil company Eni said on Sunday it would sell a 10 percent stake in the Shorouk concession in Egypt's Zohr gas field to Mubadala Petroleum of the United Arab Emirates for $934 million.
A federal judge overseeing the litigation over an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, ruled that Mexico's Yucatan state could not bring claims against oil giant BP, which operated the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig that exploded in 2010.
HOUSTON Exxon Mobil Corp's $200 million write-down last month on abandoned ventures in Russia - once its next big frontier - points to challenges facing Chief Executive Darren Woods in his second year leading the world's largest publicly traded oil producer. | Video