YPF SA (YPF.N)
28 Aug 2015
BUENOS AIRES, Aug 18 - Argentina's state-run energy firm YPF will pay about $122 million for stakes in two locally based petrochemical companies as part of its growth strategy to add value to locally produced crude oil, the company said on Tuesday.
BUENOS AIRES, Aug 6 - Argentina needs $200 billion in investment to develop its vast but barely tapped shale fields, but no joint ventures were expected soon because of low oil prices and uncertainty ahead of a presidential election, state oil company YPF said on Thursday.
BUENOS AIRES, July 30 - Protests that briefly disrupted production in part of Argentina's main shale oil producing region have ended and operations are back to normal, state-controlled energy firm YPF said on Thursday.
NEW YORK, June 2 (IFR) - The Province of Buenos Aires tightened pricing on its first international bond sale since 2011 after demand for the US$500m deal topped US$2bn on Tuesday.
BUENOS AIRES, May 7 - Argentina raised 5.263 billion pesos ($589.7 million) from a sale of local debt on Thursday, the economy ministry said, continuing a drive to drum up cash at home, given its fiscal deficit, upcoming debt payments and difficulty accessing global credit markets.
BUENOS AIRES, May 7 - Argentina's state energy company YPF posted better than expected first-quarter profit on Thursday but earnings were still down 24.3 percent on the year due to the global slide in oil prices.
BUENOS AIRES, May 7 - Argentine will reopen an outstanding bond issue and sell new sovereign debt for a combined $1.12 billion, the country's official gazette said on Thursday, after state oil company YPF placed $1.5 billion in debt last month.
BUENOS AIRES, April 23 - Argentina's state energy company YPF said it had sold $1.5 billion of new 10-year bonds at 8.5 percent on Thursday, raising its planned issuance from $500 million on the back of strong demand.
BUENOS AIRES, April 23 - Argentina's state energy company YPF has expanded its planned bond sale to $1.5 billion from $500 million, the company said on Thursday in a letter to local market regulators.