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Budget 2012: Oil companies enjoy unintended North Sea tax 'windfall'
Premier Oil said it had taken the "tough" decision to go ahead with the Solan project prior to the Budget. It had anticipated reaching final decisions on three similar fields it was "very keen on" this year, which, pending policy details, the Budget ...
Oil industry warns of declining North Sea production
Oil production in the North Sea experienced a stark decline in 2011, according to industry body Oil & Gas UK (OGUK).
Budget 2012: Chancellor announces North Sea oil tax relief
Oil and gas firms operating in the North Sea will be guaranteed tax relief for the costs of retiring old rigs and platforms and be given new field allowance totalling �3 billion for large and deep fields to open up west of Shetland.
INVESTMENT EXTRA: Three North Sea oil explorers to watch - Faroe, Xcite and ...
A case in point is its 15 per cent stake in the Athena oil field development project bought earlier this month. Initial production could begin in the next three months and is likely to be in the region of 10,000 barrels daily, rising to 18,000.
Premier Foods agrees debt refinancing
Premier Foods is paying its lenders an upfront �25m and pledging to sell �330m of assets in return for a two-and-a-half year extension and relaxed covenants on its �1.4bn debt.
Bread price war and dispute with Tesco take toll on Premier Foods  This is Money
Premier Foods to focus on 'power brands'  Telegraph.co.uk
Premier Foods renegotiates debt covenants
Premier Foods, the indebted maker of Mr Kipling cakes and Hovis bread, has secured a fresh agreement with lenders that extends its �1.2bn loan by two-and-a-half years and resets covenants.
Blame the birch trees and steer clear of celery!
'I remember the Fifties, when we took cod liver oil (which contains vitamin D),' says Dr Scadding. 'This stopped shortly afterwards and there was a huge rise - a quadrupling - in hay fever and allergies between the Fifties and Eighties.
Cash for access: David Cameron's private dinners for donors revealed
Donor Ian Taylor, whose oil firm was given Government help to set up a controversial supply deal in Libya, was a private dinner guest of Mr Cameron at Downing Street in November.
Tory sleaze: Ferocious grip of big business on the Conservatives revealed  Mirror.co.uk
China cuts growth target to 7.5% in 2012
China expects economic growth of 7.5% this year as it looks for more sustainable expansion, prepares for a change in leadership and rides out a global slowdown.
China cuts growth target to 7.5pc  Telegraph.co.uk
China Speeds Economic 'Transformation'  Wall Street Journal
Should I buy shares in Gulf Keystone Petroleum?
Shares in Kurdistan-focused oil firm Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP) took a dive on Tuesday as takeover rumours failed to become reality.