Tullow Oil PLC (TLW.L)

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Tullow Oil plc is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company. The Company is engaged in the exploration, development, production and sale of hydrocarbons. The Company is focused on finding and monetizing oil in Africa and the Atlantic Margins. The Company has interests in over 130 exploration and production... (more)


Beta: 1.12
Market Cap(Mil.): £1,808.54
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 911.56
Dividend: --
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  TLW.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 11.20 16.25
EPS (TTM): -1.13 -- --
ROI: -15.09 -0.99 8.55
ROE: -34.73 -1.89 11.70
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UPDATE 2-Tullow delays Uganda oilfield sanction to early 2017

* Ugandan still pushing for earlier production date (Adds Ugandan official comment)

27 Oct 2015

REFILE-Mid-sized European oil firms face tough choices as oil stays low

* Graphic: Oil companies debt vs oil price http://link.reuters.com/quh65w

17 Sep 2015

UPDATE 1-Ghana Gas Company shuts plant over Tullow gas supply disruption

ACCRA, July 7 State-run Ghana Gas Company has shut down its Atuabo gas processing plant due to an unexpected disruption of gas supplies from the offshore Jubilee field operated by Tullow Oil, the plant's director said on Tuesday.

07 Jul 2015

INTERVIEW-Tullow Oil finds ways to explore despite withered budget

LONDON, July 7 Africa-focused Tullow Oil is turning to low-cost technology in its search for new oil reserves after the collapse in the price of crude and a poor run of discoveries forced the company to slash its exploration budget by 80 percent.

07 Jul 2015

BRIEF-Tullow Oil says Zumba exploration well to be plugged, abandoned

* Zumba exploration well (6507/11-11) in licence area pl 591 in Norwegian sea has not encountered hydrocarbons and will now be plugged and abandoned.

22 Jun 2015

UPDATE 1-Kenya, Uganda may decide on oil pipeline route by mid-July

NAIROBI, June 18 Kenya and Uganda could decide by mid-July on the route for a crude pipeline linking their newly found oil fields to the Kenyan coast, a vital step for oil firms to make a final investment decision, a senior Kenyan ministry official said.

18 Jun 2015

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