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Commisimpex seizes Congo Republic oil firm assets after French ruling, lawyer says

Mar 24 2021

DAKAR Construction firm Commisimpex has recovered $30 million from a bank account in France of Congo Republic's national oil company SNPC after a court ruling, the firm's lawyer said, saying the decision could help other creditors go after SNPC assets.

French utility EDF plans cost cuts, more asset sales

Jul 30 2020

PARIS French utility EDF plans to cut operating costs by 500 million euros up to 2022 and aims to generate 3 billion from asset sales after reporting a fall in net profit in the first half of 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

UPDATE 2-French utility EDF plans cost cuts, more asset sales

Jul 30 2020

PARIS, July 30 French utility EDF plans to cut operating costs by 500 million euros up to 2022 and aims to generate 3 billion from asset sales after reporting a fall in net profit in the first half of 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Total net profits dive 96% but less than feared, keeps dividend

Jul 30 2020

PARIS French energy major Total reported a 96% fall in second-quarter net profit to $126 million (97.09 million pounds), exceeding expectations for a sharp loss, and said it would maintain its dividend.

UPDATE 2-Total net profits dive 96% but less than feared, keeps dividend

Jul 30 2020

PARIS, July 30 French energy major Total reported a 96% fall in second-quarter net profit to $126 million, exceeding expectations for a sharp loss, and said it would maintain its dividend.

France's Total writes down $8 billion on weaker oil, gas outlook

Jul 29 2020

PARIS/LONDON France's Total said on Wednesday it will take an $8 billon impairment on the value of its assets, mainly in energy-intensive Canadian oil sands projects after the energy group slashed its oil and gas price outlook.

UPDATE 2-France's Total writes down $8 bln on weaker oil, gas outlook

Jul 29 2020

* GRAPHIC: European oil majors' spending tilts green https://tmsnrt.rs/3dWh9VV (Adds details, background)

Gabon votes to reverse ban on homosexuality

Jun 30 2020

LIBREVILLE Gabon's Senate voted on Monday to decriminalise homosexuality, a landmark result that makes the country one of the few in Africa to reverse a ban on same-sex relationships. | Video

Total reviewing pipeline to Grandpuits oil refinery after leaks

Jun 12 2020

PARIS French energy group Total is conducting an audit of a pipeline that supplies its Grandpuits refinery near Paris following leaks in recent years, a spokesman said on Friday.

Global energy investment expected to tumble 20% in 2020 due to COVID crisis: IEA

May 27 2020

PARIS Global energy investment is expected to plunge by around 20% or $400 billion in 2020, its biggest fall on record, because of the new coronavirus outbreak, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wednesday.

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