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Gulf Keystone soars on renewed bid speculation
In December, Gulf Keystone was forced to deny a report that US oil giant ExxonMobil had been preparing an 800p-a-share offer.
Stock to Watch: Premier Oil
This probably excuses Premier's lack of a dividend policy, quite like SOCO International (SIA) and Dana Petroleum (before it was acquired) in the FTSE 250 index.
Refinery closures raise fears on oil prices
These decisions will have a lasting impact on petroleum markets, say analysts. Refineries are the main customers for the world's oil producers.
Petroplus bankruptcy: Government 'confident' no petrol shortage as refinery ...
Petroplus's lenders have issued demands for repayment within a limited timeframe, Petroplus said, triggering default on $1.75bn (�1.12bn) of senior notes and convertible bonds.
Anadarko lines up for Rockhopper
The company that worked with BP on its ill-fated Deepwater Horizon well in the Gulf of Mexico is understood to have sent a team to the Falkland Islands to examine options.
Gulf Keystone shares worth �47m awarded in Kozel divorce
Gulf Keystone shares worth �47m awarded in Kozel divorce. Todd Kozel, the colourful oil entrpreneur behind Gulf Keystone Petroleum, has handed �47m of shares to his former wife as part of a divorce settlement. Gulf Keystone shares worth �47m awarded ...
Buffett's Burlington Northern Among Winners in Obama Rejection of Pipeline
Warren Buffett's Burlington Northern Santa Fe LLC is among U.S. and Canadian railroads that stand to benefit from the Obama administration's decision to reject TransCanada Corp.
Harper Builds Oil Links With China After Obama 'Slap' on Keystone Pipeline
s $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline to the U.S. Gulf Coast. Harper will meet ... In October, China Petroleum and Chemical Corp.
Valero will fight for Keystone XL pipeline  San Antonio Business Journal
The man who crushed the Keystone XL pipeline
On November 6, 2011, Bill McKibben arrived at Washington, D.C.'s, Lafayette Park to protest the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, designed to carry oil 1,700 miles from Alberta, Canada, to refineries on the Gulf of Mexico. McKibben, a Vermont writer and ...
China's oil-sands deal will have lasting impact
Meet the new boss: Jiang Jemin, the 55-year-old chairman of China National Petroleum Corp. ... In December, another Chinese firm, Sinopec, closed a $2.2-billion deal for Daylight Energy Ltd. ... After U.S. President Barack Obama delayed a decision on ...