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Chesapeake close to $4bn pipeline sale
Under the terms being discussed for the possible deal, Global Infrastructure would pay about $2bn for Chesapeake Energy's 46.1 per cent stake in Chesapeake Midstream Partners, a separately listed pipeline company spun out in 2010, and a further $2bn ...
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Petronas buys Canada gas group for $5.3bn
Petronas, Malaysia's state-owned oil and gas group, on Thursday took a big step towards securing supplies of liquefied natural gas from North America for the Asian market by agreeing to buy Canada's Progress Energy Resources Corp for C$5.5bn ($5.3bn) ...
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Glasenberg's share-buying strategy does seem the pits
For a man who made his not inconsiderable fortune largely through canny trading of commodities, Ivan Glasenberg seems to be going about buying shares in Glencore in a rather cack-handed manner.
Iraq and Iran form alliance within Opec
Iran and Iraq are forming a strengthening alliance inside Opec, raising concerns among moderate Arab Gulf producers like Saudi Arabia and increasing the potential for discord in the oil producers' group.
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Licensing hiccup for US uranium mill
A US district court judge has rejected most of the legal challenges against the radioactive materials licence for Energy Fuels' planned Pinon Ridge uranium mill, but has ruled that the licence must be set aside pending a public hearing.
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Russian watchdog targets TNK-BP dispute
But any such moves could pit the group against Igor Sechin, the energy tsar recently appointed chief executive of Rosneft, who recently appeared to have been given a broad mandate to consolidate a large part of the energy industry, as Russia's power ...
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BP's TNK stand-off derails pipeline plans
BP's stand-off with its billionaire partners in its TNK-BP Russian joint venture has derailed its plans to seek participation in a possible extension of the Nord Stream gas pipeline to send Russian gas to the UK.
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Centrica's Sam Laidlaw, man of power who's playing a vital generation game for ...
It's the sort of bedtime reading that only someone who has spent their career in energy would turn to before taking care to switch off the lights.
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BP-led consortium rules out SEEP pipeline
G�nther Oettinger, the EU's energy commissioner, suggested that he would do so in a statement released on Thursday. �With this preselection, we are a step closer to getting gas directly from Azerbaijan and other countries in the Caspian region ...
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Seeking a creative edge in Cannes sun
Energy giant Shell, which barely sent anyone previously, had 20. �The primary purpose of being here is following through on a belief that brilliance in creativity drives a disproportionate economic return,� explains Diageo chief marketing officer Andy ...
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