CHTEX.NX - CHEVRON

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil's 4 pct tumble weighs on energy shares; banks rally

    The price of oil tumbled more than 4 percent on Monday, putting pressure on energy shares and keeping global stock markets in check, although financial shares rallied after upbeat news from Bank of America ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil tumbles, weighs on energy shares; bank stocks rise

    Oil prices dropped about 5 percent on Monday, putting pressure on energy shares and keeping global stock markets in check, although financial shares rallied after upbeat news from Bank of America and Deutsche ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil prices sink, keeping stocks in check; banks gain

    Oil prices dropped 3 percent on Monday, putting pressure on energy shares and keeping global stock markets in check, although financial shares rallied after upbeat news from Bank of America and Deutsche ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus14 days ago

    Chevron starts sale of several North Sea fields -spokeswoman

    Chevron has started a process for the sale of a number of its oil and gas fields in the central North Sea region, a company spokeswoman said in a statement. "A decision has been taken to initiate ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Shell, Chevron returning to eastern Gulf of Mexico after storm

    Royal Dutch Shell Plc (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) was returning workers to the eastern Gulf of Mexico and Chevron Corp restored some production on Monday after the passage of Subtropical Storm Alberto, the companies said. Shell plans to restore production at its Ram Powell Hub in the Viosca Knoll area of the Gulf as it soon as it confirms the platform can be operated safely, the company said in a statement. On Friday, Shell shut in production at its offshore Ram Powell hub ahead of the storm's move into the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil soars after Trump dumps Iran nuclear deal, stocks gain

    Crude oil prices rose to 3-1/2-year highs on Wednesday following President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the United States from a nuclear deal with Iran, a move that helped lift equity markets as Exxon Mobil (Swiss: XOM-USD.SW - news) , Chevron (Euronext: CHTEX.NX - news) and other oil majors rallied. Contracts for Brent, the global crude benchmark, and for the U.S. benchmark jumped almost 3 percent to highs last seen in November 2014 after Trump on Tuesday abandoned the deal and announced the "highest level" of sanctions against Iran. Trump's move raises the risk of conflict in the Middle East and casts uncertainty over oil supplies in an already tight market.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    S.Africa watchdog approves $900 mln Sinopec, Chevron deal

    China's Sinopec Corp got a major boost in its pursuit of Chevron's South Africa and Botswana assets after South Africa's Competition Tribunal approved, with conditions, the $900 million transaction on ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    S.Africa's competition watchdog approves Sinopec, Chevron deal

    South Africa's Competition Tribunal on Friday approved, subject to conditions, a deal for China's Sinopec Corp to buy Chevron's assets in South Africa and Botswana. State-owned Sinopec was competing for ...

  • World stocks climb again after steep correction on rate rise fears
    Sky News5 months ago

    World stocks climb again after steep correction on rate rise fears

    World stock markets have rallied following days of turbulence over fears the era of cheap money, that has helped build record values, is all but over. "We note that US ten year yields remain close to 2.8%, while the Vix remains elevated at around 30 and this suggests the relative calm of the last 18 months has ended and we are in now in store for more gyrations in equity markets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    BP makes two discoveries in UK North Sea

    BP has made two new oil and gas discoveries in the UK North Sea, it said on Wednesday, giving new impetus to its plans to boost production in the ageing basin into the middle of the century. The new discoveries are also the latest bright spot for the North Sea after a number of large new fields started up in recent years, helping to reverse a long and gradual decline in output since the late 1990s. "These are exciting times for BP in the North Sea as we lay the foundations of a refreshed and revitalised business that we expect to double production to 200,000 barrels a day by 2020 and keep producing beyond 2050," Mark Thomas, BP North Sea regional president, said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    North Sea Crude-Forties weakens, Brent rises

    North Sea Forties weakened on Monday, pressured by softer demand, while Brent was bid higher. ERSKINE FIELD Output at the North Sea Erskine field, which produces a small amount of condensate into the Forties ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Nigerian militants threaten oil rig attacks within days

    YENAGOA/LAGOS, Nigeria, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Nigerian militants threatened on Wednesday to attack off-shore oil facilities within days, raising fears of a repeat of a 2016 wave of violence that helped push Africa's biggest economy into recession. The Niger Delta Avengers - the fighters behind many of the 2016 attacks - said they had planned the assaults after giving up on talks to give their impoverished southern region a greater share of the oil revenue it produced.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Sinopec moves closer to winning Chevron's South Africa assets

    BEIJING/LONDON, Jan 11 (Reuters) - China's Sinopec Corp (HKSE: 0386-OL.HK - news) inched closer on Thursday to victory over Glencore in their battle for Chevron (Euronext: CHTEX.NX - news) 's South Africa and Botswana assets, saying the South African government favoured its bid. South Africa's Competition Commission recommended the roughly $900 million transaction with Sinopec be approved with certain conditions, Asia's largest refiner said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Sinopec says South Africa gives it conditional approval for Chevron assets

    South Africa will stick with China's Sinopec Corp (HKSE: 0386-OL.HK - news) as the preferred contender to buy Chevron (Euronext: CHTEX.NX - news) 's assets in South Africa and Botswana after it made a fresh commitment to future investments in the country, the Chinese oil major said on Thursday. State-owned Sinopec is competing for the assets with commodities trader and miner Glencore (Frankfurt: 8GC.F - news) , which swooped in last October with a $973 million bid following delays to Sinopec's original agreement. Asia's largest refiner said in a statement that South Africa's Competition Commission had recommended transaction with Sinopec be approved with certain conditions.

  • Stock markets down, US tax cuts head for Trump's desk
    AFP7 months ago

    Stock markets down, US tax cuts head for Trump's desk

    Equity traders have been buoyed by expectations Donald Trump's tax cuts will boost company profits but the dollar has failed to break out

  • Climate commitments at the 'One Planet Summit' in Paris
    AFP7 months ago

    Climate commitments at the 'One Planet Summit' in Paris

    A series of initiatives were unveiled at the "One Planet Summit" held in Paris

  • Dow surges above 24,000 as OPEC extends agreement
    AFP8 months ago

    Dow surges above 24,000 as OPEC extends agreement

    The Dow keeps on pushing higher, breaking through 24,000 points for the first time.

  • Global stocks mostly fall as oil-linked shares retreat
    AFP8 months ago

    Global stocks mostly fall as oil-linked shares retreat

    The euro held on to most of its gains against the dollar

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    BP, Eni interested in developing Iraq's Majnoon oilfield - Iraqi oil officials

    BP and Eni are among companies that have expressed an interest in developing the giant Majnoon oilfield which Royal Dutch Shell plans to leave next year, Iraqi oil officials said on Monday. Shell has agreed ...

  • Citgo is key link between US and Venezuela
    AFP8 months ago

    Citgo is key link between US and Venezuela

    Citgo, which owns three refineries and some 5,600 gas stations in the United States, is owned by Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA

  • PDVSA, Venezuela's oil gem far from its golden age
    AFP8 months ago

    PDVSA, Venezuela's oil gem far from its golden age

    State-owned oil company PDVSA's bonds account for 30 percent of Venezuela's foreign debt of $150 billion, which the government is trying to restructure

  • Environmentalists take Norway to court over Arctic drilling
    AFP8 months ago

    Environmentalists take Norway to court over Arctic drilling

    Greenpeace has staged several protests against drilling licences awarded in the Arctic

  • US stocks score record close amid tech mega deal
    AFP8 months ago

    US stocks score record close amid tech mega deal

    The three major US stock indexes closed at records for the second straight day amid news of a big tech-sector merger deal, but Europe's leading markets dipped

  • BP share buy-back shows recovery from near-death experience
    Sky News9 months ago

    BP share buy-back shows recovery from near-death experience

    Before the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010, which claimed the job of its former chief executive Tony Hayward, BP was unquestionably the most important company in Britain. Its financial health concerned just about everyone in Britain with a life policy, a private sector pension or a stocks and shares ISA - not to mention millions of savers overseas. It met these obligations by a sale of assets that continues to this day and by what Brian Gilvary, the company's chief financial officer, describes as financial "gymnastics".

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Oil up 2 pct, Brent hits $60/bbl on support for extending curbs

    NEW YORK, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 27 (Reuters) - Oil prices jumped about 2 percent on Friday, with global benchmark Brent crude rising above $60 per barrel, on support among the world's top producers for extending a deal to rein in output and as the dollar retreated from three-month peaks. Saudi Arabia and Russia declared their support for extending an OPEC-led deal to cut supplies for another nine months, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' secretary general said ahead of the group's next policy meeting on Nov. 30. Brent futures rose $1.14, or 1.9 percent, to settle at $60.44 a barrel after hitting a session peak of $60.53, the highest since July 2015 and more than 35 percent above 2017 lows touched in June.

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