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BP PLC (BP.L)

BP.L on London Stock Exchange

567.00GBp
21 Sep 2018
Change (% chg)

11.50 (+2.07%)
Prev Close
555.50
Open
558.20
Day's High
570.80
Day's Low
557.30
Volume
83,326,413
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31,860,496
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593.50
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Thu, Sep 20 2018

UPDATE 1-Oil and gas company SDX Energy confirms talks with BP to buy assets in Egypt

Sept 20 North African-focused oil and gas company SDX Energy on Thursday confirmed that it was in discussions with BP Plc to buy a package of assets in Egypt.

Oil and gas company SDX Energy confirms talks with BP to buy assets in Egypt

Sept 20 North African-focused oil and gas company SDX Energy on Thursday confirmed that it was in discussions with BP Plc to buy a package of assets in Egypt.

UPDATE 1-Shell targets lower methane emissions from oil and gas operations

* Methane is a potent greenhouse gas (Adds comment, details and background)

RPT-UPDATE 1-BP, Vitol go head to head in West African crude trading

LONDON, Sept 14 Oil major BP has clashed with rival Vitol in the once-languid West African crude market, buying up cargoes and taking a big derivative position that may have raised costs for European refiners.

BP buys 61 percent stake in Azerbaijan's Gobustan onshore project

BAKU British oil major BP has acquired a 61 percent participating interest in the existing onshore Gobustan PSA (product sharing agreement) in Azerbaijan, BP Azerbaijan said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-BP concerned over planned merger of Poland's two biggest refineries

LONDON/WARSAW, Sept 5 The planned merger of Poland's two largest refiners PKN Orlen and Grupa Lotos could restrict competition in the east European country, BP said in a statement on Wednesday.

BP concerned over planned merger of Poland's two biggest refineries

LONDON, Sept 5 The planned merger of Poland's two largest refiners PKN Orlen and Grupa Lotos could restrict competition in the east European country, BP said in a statement on Wednesday.

Total rules out investing in U.S. shale oil after BP-BHP deal

STAVANGER, Norway French energy group Total is not looking at investing in the U.S. shale oil industry, the company's chief executive said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Total rules out investing in U.S. shale oil after BP-BHP deal

* U.S. shale veteran Sheffield expects more European entries (Adds Pioneer quote)

Total rules out investing in U.S. shale oil after BP-BHP deal -CEO

STAVANGER, Norway, Aug 27 French energy group Total is not looking at investing in the U.S. shale oil industry when asked whether peer BP's $10.5 billion acquisition of U.S. shale assets from BHP Billiton, had made that sector more attractive.

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