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Oil market to remain oversupplied despite deepening OPEC+ cuts: IEA

12 Dec 2019

LONDON Global oil inventories could rise sharply despite OPEC and its allies deepening their output cuts and slowing U.S. production growth, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday.

Angolan ex-president's son on trial in rare corruption case

10 Dec 2019

LONDON The son of Angola's veteran ex-president faced corruption charges before the country's supreme court in a trial which opened on Monday, state news agency ANGOP said, the most high-profile case yet under the government's anti-corruption drive.

UPDATE 1-Angolan ex-president's son on trial in rare corruption case

10 Dec 2019

LONDON, Dec 10 The son of Angola's veteran ex-president faced corruption charges before the country's supreme court in a trial which opened on Monday, state news agency ANGOP said, the most high-profile case yet under the government's anti-corruption drive.

Petrobras seeks swift sale of Braskem, smoother offshore auction process

06 Dec 2019

LONDON The chief executive of Brazilian state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) said on Friday he wants to sell the company's stake in petrochemical company Braskem SA within a year.

UPDATE 1-Angola's Sonangol cancels contract for Cabinda refinery - news agency

05 Dec 2019

LONDON, Dec 5 Angolan oil company Sonangol has terminated a contract with Hong Kong-based consortium United Shine to build the Cabinda Refinery but plans to go ahead with other investors, state news agency ANGOP reported on Thursday.

OPEC unlikely to change output policy this week - IEA head of oil

03 Dec 2019

LONDON Oil producers from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) are unlikely to agree to change their current deal on curbing output until the market outlook becomes clearer, a senior official at the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-OPEC unlikely to change output policy this week -IEA head of oil

03 Dec 2019

LONDON, Dec 3 Oil producers from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) are unlikely to agree to change their current deal on curbing output until the market outlook becomes clearer, a senior official at the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.

Equatorial Guinea announces $1 billion of energy projects

28 Nov 2019

LONDON Equatorial Guinea announced plans to build two new oil refineries among other energy projects worth $1 billion, its energy minister was quoted as saying, in a bid to diversify a sector that provides more than 90% of its foreign revenue.

Equatorial Guinea announces $1 bln of energy projects

28 Nov 2019

LONDON, Nov 28 Equatorial Guinea announced plans to build two new oil refineries among other energy projects worth $1 billion, its energy minister was quoted as saying, in a bid to diversify a sector that provides more than 90% of its foreign revenue.

I'm dreaming of a green Christmas: UK firm urges clampdown on waste

20 Nov 2019

LONDON British families should wrap their Christmas presents in recycleable brown paper and make their own Christmas crackers using old toilet rolls this year to help ensure a more sustainable festive season, a leading waste company said.

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