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View from the top: Genel Energy interview
We have the ability and ambition to do further deals in the sector to build Genel and we are also in a very constructive dialogue with the UKLA in seeking a premium listing.
Genel Energy CEO Hayward Sees Oil Prices in $100-$120 Range
Oil prices will range between $100 and $120 a barrel �for the time being,� said Tony Hayward, chief executive officer of Genel Energy Plc (GENL) and ex-BP Plc (BP/) CEO. Political events may see a spike above $120 a barrel, Hayward told reporters in ...
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Tony Hayward in firing line over Genel Energy payday
Tony Hayward's oil venture Genel Energy has been lambasted for revealing an �11million payday for the former BP boss on the day of the second anniversary of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Former BP chief Tony Hayward could land �2.8m pay package two years on ...  Telegraph.co.uk
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Oil explorers fall on Kurdish exports halt
Genel Energy closed down 2.29 per cent and Gulf Keystone ended the day flat after dropping in early trading. Shares in the Norwegian group DNO International fell sharply but later pared back losses to close down 1 per cent on the Oslo stock exchange.
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BP oil spill chief Tony Hayward pockets �11m windfall as campaigners call for ...
Tony Hayward's oil venture Genel Energy has been lambasted for revealing an �11m payday for the former BP boss on the day of the second anniversary of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
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Heritage Oil was one dare too far for former TA captain Ian Hannam
Yet he clearly failed to see the risk to his own future when he helped blow the whistle on Mehmet Sepil, the ex-chief executive of Genel Enerji. Mr Hannam was advising on the 2009 Genel merger with Heritage Oil when he unearthed trades made by Mr Sepil ...
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Better times ahead for Japan
Ed Merner, an American, first visited Japan in the 1960s, liked what he saw and soon made the country his home. Known as Mr Japan in certain investment circles, Merner, 69, has seen it all: the relentless march of Japan Inc in the 1960s and 1970s; the ...
How to get a foothold in farmland investment
A piece of land in the country is a fine aspiration for any City gentleman, but it could also prove a shrewd investment move. With the markets far from certain and inflation a concern, farmland is looking more and more appealing.
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Face off: Fidelity Enhanced Income vs Schroder Income Maximiser
One has great long-term performance, but is weak over the short term, one has weaker long-term performance but has had a strong 2011.
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Former TNK-BP deputy chief Maxim Barsky buys into Matra Petroleum
Mr Barsky said he hoped to use Matra as an acquisiton vehicle to emulate the success of Tony Hayward, BP's former chief executive, who used cash shell Vallares to buy Genel Energy. "Tony is, I would say, my teacher, because I spent time at BP ...
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