|Bid||15.125 x 167700|
|Ask||15.135 x 231200|
|Day's range||15.095 - 15.325|
|52-week range||11.985 - 15.700|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.56|
|Earnings date||3 Nov 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.97 (5.71%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
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LONDON/BRUSSELS, June 29 (Reuters) - EU policymakers are unlikely to agree to Europe-wide rules on toxic smoke from burning building materials despite years of lobbying from fire fighters and safety experts, according to a draft report ordered by the region's executive seen by Reuters. The debate has been going on in Brussels for at least four years, but this month's deadly fire at the Grenfell Tower apartment block in London has highlighted a lack of fire safety regulations across the 28-member bloc. Officials at the European Commission, the European Union's executive, were already studying the draft version of a report on whether new smoke regulations for construction materials are needed before the June 14 blaze that killed at least 80 people.
Repsol Sinopec said on Wednesday it had started gas production from a new field in the North Sea in a boost to the maturing basin just days after EnQuest (Frankfurt: 3EQ.F - news) brought a new oil field on stream. The Cayley gas field in the central North Sea will, together with adjoining fields Godwin and Shaw, reach a peak production level of 40,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day (boepd), said the company, a joint venture between Spain's Repsol (Amsterdam: RP6.AS - news) and China's Sinopec (HKSE: 0386-OL.HK - news) .
Mexico on Monday auctioned two-thirds of the shallow water oil and gas blocks up for grabs in the latest round of its energy market opening, surpassing the cautious estimates of officials last week. Italy's Eni (LSE: 0N9S.L - news) , Colombia's Ecopetrol (NYSE: EC - news) and Capricorn Energy, a unit of Edinburgh-based Cairn Energy (LSE: CNE.L - news) , were among the companies at the forefront of the bidding for 15 blocks in the southern Gulf of Mexico. The auction was the most recent step in Mexico's bid to attract more private investment to the industry after Congress changed the constitution in late 2013 to end the 75-year production and exploration monopoly of state oil company Pemex.
Iran's oil exports to the West surged in May to their highest level since the lifting of sanctions in early 2016 and almost caught up with volumes exported to Asia, a source familiar with Iranian oil exports ...
BP has given the go-ahead for its $500 million Angelin offshore gas field development in Trinidad and Tobago to help offset declining production in one of the company's main hubs. Drilling at the Angelin field, some 60 kilometres off the south-east coast of Trinidad in a water-depth of approximately 65 metres, is set to begin in the third quarter of 2018. The development, the first major offshore project that the London-based oil and gas company approved this year, will cost around $500 million dollars, a company spokesman said.
Spanish oil giant Repsol says it cut costs by more than 500 million euros in the first quarter and it hopes to economise 2.1 billion euros for the whole of 2017
Algeria could change its hydrocarbons law to boost energy partnerships with foreign firms and draw more investment into its oil and gas sector, Energy Minister Nourredine Bouterfa said in a statement on Tuesday. Any move to amend its law -- criticised by some oil companies as too tough -- would be a major shift as Algeria looks to boost production. A key gas supplier to Europe, Algeria has managed over the last year to reverse stagnant production and increase oil and gas output, bringing new fields online and getting better yield from mature fields.
Spain's Repsol (Amsterdam: RP6.AS - news) has entered a so-called farm-in agreement with Energean Oil & Gas for a 60 percent stake in two onshore blocks in western Greece, Energean Oil said on Friday. Repsol will become the operator of the Ioannina and Aitoloakarnania blocks and plans to acquire seismic surveys over the areas in the 2017-2019 period, Energean said. Energean Chief Executive Officer Mathios Rigas said that the agreement was a significant step forward for the development of the Greek oil and gas sector.
Energean Oil & Gas (“Energean” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that it has agreed to farm out a 60% interest in its Ioannina and Aitoloakarnania blocks, onshore Western Greece, to Repsol. Repsol will also become the Operator for both blocks. Repsol plans to acquire a 2D seismic survey over the Ioannina block in 2017/2018, and to conduct an FTG and a 2D seismic survey over the Aitoloakarnania block in 2018/2019.
Greece's sole oil producer Energean Oil & Gas said on Friday that it had entered a farm in agreement with Spain's Repsol for a 60 percent stake in two onshore blocks in western Greece. Energean Oil holds ...
British oil company BP has acquired Spanish group Repsol's 3.06 percent stake in the Tangguh liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Indonesia for $313 million dollars, a BP spokesman said on Monday. In June BP gave the go-ahead for the $8 billion expansion of Tangguh's third LNG train, one of only a handful of major investment decisions in the sector this year as companies trim spending in response to a protracted slump in oil prices. Repsol, which announced the deal on Friday evening, said the transaction will generate $26 million in pre-tax capital gains.
Spain's oil giant Repsol posted a net profit of 481 million euros in the July-September period, compared to a net loss of 221 million euros in the same year-ago period