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BG Group chief Sir Frank Chapman regrets 'unacceptable' doubling of worker ...
Sir Robert Wilson, BG Group chairman, said the "very disappointing" safety decline occurred in parts of its contractor workforce - a year after the company vowed to focus on improving safety for contractors.
BG to invest $2bn in Brazil's oil industry
BG Group will invest more than $2bn on research and development in Brazil's booming oil industry in an attempt to become the country's biggest foreign producer by 2020, the head of the company's Brazilian operations has told the Financial Times.
BG Group Place Landmark winner in Office category
This 46-story tower was completed in downtown Houston in early 2011, just four years after initial design studies began. The building was certified as LEED Platinum for Core and Shell - the first such certification in Texas.
Face off: Fidelity Enhanced Income vs Schroder Income Maximiser
and Shell (RDSB), maintaining and growing their dividend is a heavy burden relative to cashflow and capital expenditure requirements.
Can shareholder activism curb boardroom excess?
When security group G4S was forced to pull out of a �5.2 billion takeover of Danish cleaning company ISS, it took investment company Harris Associates, with its 5% holding, along with other major investors including Schroders (SDR) and Artemis to line ...
TAKING STOCK: Markets speculate on Argentina's next move after oil grab
... a minor way directly exposed to this issue. It holds a majority stake in a group called Gas Argentino, which runs a distribution business with about two million customers.
Shale gas: Terminal decline no longer
Last October, BG Group of the UK signed a 20-year contract - the first long-term LNG purchase agreement from a project on the US Gulf Coast.
Australian shipment to mark LNG milestone
It is against this backdrop that some of the world's largest oil companies, such as Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell and BG Group, will have to decide whether to invest billions in extending or starting new projects. There are currently two LNG projects ...
Doubts grow over $40bn Woodside project  The Australian
LNG plant to be first in US for 40 years
Cheniere has already signed deals with BG Group of the UK, Gas Natural Fenosa of Spain, Gail of India and Kogas of Korea to take a total of 16m tonnes of LNG per year, equivalent to about 89 per cent of Sabine Pass's planned maximum capacity.
Mitsubishi, Mitsui Back $6 Billion Sempra Gas Terminal  Bloomberg
The Foolish Policy of Exporting Natural Gas  The Market Oracle
FTSE 100 FDs: Secret to their success
Meanwhile, companies whose FDs have a degree from another country include Anglo American, BG Group, Eurasian Natural Resources, Fresnillo, International Consolidated Airlines and J Sainsbury.