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Exclusive: Qatar delays partnerships for natural gas expansion amid price collapse - sources

17 Feb 2020

LONDON Qatar has delayed choosing Western partners for the world's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) project by several months after surprising the industry with a big expansion plan despite a collapse in global gas prices, four sources said.

Total considers stopping fuel oil sales for power: CEO

14 Feb 2020

ABERDEEN, Scotland France's Total is considering stopping sales of fuel oil to power markets as the energy giant seeks to reduce its carbon footprint and grow its renewable power business, its chief executive told Reuters.

Chevron prepares to restart Wafra oilfield on Saudi-Kuwaiti border

13 Feb 2020

LONDON/DUBAI Chevron has begun preparations to restart production at the Wafra oilfield in the Kuwaiti-Saudi Neutral Zone, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Chevron prepares to restart Wafra oilfield on Saudi-Kuwaiti border

13 Feb 2020

* Saudi, Kuwait agreed last year to end dispute over Neutral Zone

Top oil gathering in London subdued as virus fears cut travel plans

12 Feb 2020

MOSCOW/SEOUL/LONDON The gathering of the world's top oil traders, London International Petroleum Week, will be less crowded this year as the bulk of traders in Asia plan either to cut or cancel their Feb. 24-27 travel plans due to the coronavirus outbreak.

BP boss Looney sets out to 'reinvent' oil giant with zero carbon goal

12 Feb 2020

LONDON BP set one of the oil sector's most ambitious targets for curbing carbon emissions on Wednesday as new chief executive Bernard Looney began the biggest revamp in its 111-year history. | Video

CORRECTED-UPDATE 4-BP boss Looney 'reinvents' oil giant with zero carbon goal

12 Feb 2020

LONDON, Feb 12 BP plans deep cuts to its carbon emissions by 2050, setting one of the oil sector's most ambitious targets, as part of the biggest overhaul in the company's 111-year history by new chief executive Bernard Looney.

Top oil gathering in London subdued as virus fears cut travel plans

12 Feb 2020

MOSCOW/SEOUL/LONDON, Feb 12 The gathering of the world's top oil traders, London International Petroleum Week, will be less crowded this year as the bulk of traders in Asia plan to either cut or cancel their Feb. 24-27 travel plans due to the coronavirus outbreak.

BP sets net zero carbon target for 2050

12 Feb 2020

LONDON, Feb 12 Oil and gas major BP said on Wednesday it would become a net zero carbon emitter by 2050, setting one of the industry's most ambitious climate targets.

Total CEO says governments not oil firms must drive carbon curbs

11 Feb 2020

ABERDEEN, Scotland It is up to governments to drive decarbonisation and consumers will have to pay more to achieve carbon neutrality, Total's chief executive said, adding the French firm has no intention of moving away from oil and gas production.

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