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Shadia Nasralla

Satellites reveal major new gas industry methane leaks

26 Jun 2020

LONDON Last fall, European Space Agency satellites detected huge plumes of the invisible planet-warming gas methane leaking from the Yamal pipeline that carries natural gas from Siberia to Europe.

Satellites reveal major new gas industry methane leaks

26 Jun 2020

LONDON Last fall, European Space Agency satellites detected huge plumes of the invisible planet-warming gas methane leaking from the Yamal pipeline that carries natural gas from Siberia to Europe.

INSIGHT-Satellites reveal major new gas industry methane leaks

26 Jun 2020

* GRAPHIC-Global methane intensity: https://tmsnrt.rs/318gDAX

BP's stranded Canadian, Angolan assets expose wider industry risks

24 Jun 2020

LONDON When BP slashed its long-term oil price outlook last week, prospects in Canada and Angola were rendered worthless, company sources and analysts said, exposing broader risks the industry faces as the world pivots to low-carbon energy.

Exclusive: Exxon set to revive North Sea sale after months of delays - sources

11 Jun 2020

LONDON Exxon Mobil is preparing to restart the sale of its British North Sea assets after weaker oil prices and the coronavirus outbreak led to months of delay, industry and banking sources said.

Exclusive: Oil major BP to cut 15% of workforce

08 Jun 2020

LONDON BP will cut about 15% of its workforce in response to the coronavirus crisis and as part of Chief Executive Bernard Looney's plan to shift the oil and gas major to renewable energy, it said on Monday.

BP agrees to sweeten sale of North Sea assets to Premier Oil

05 Jun 2020

LONDON British oil major BP has agreed to discount the price of the North Sea assets it is selling to Premier Oil , Premier said on Friday.

Sellers beware: Price collapse triggers bartering over oil and gas deals

21 May 2020

LONDON The collapse in oil prices to 21-year lows has led potential buyers of oil and gas fields to try and renegotiate deals already agreed at higher prices, with the first examples emerging of sellers having their hand forced.

Wintershall pessimistic on oil, gas prices, boosts balance sheet

20 May 2020

LONDON/FRANKFURT German-Russian gas and oil company Wintershall Dea [WINT.UL] does not expect commodity prices to recover quickly and plans to use its 2.4 billion euros ($2.63 billion) of liquidity mainly to cushion its balance sheet in the coronavirus crisis, its chief financial officer told Reuters.

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