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Share Price: 1,500.20
Bid: 1,500.20
Ask: 1,500.40
Change: 18.60 (1.26%)
Spread: 0.20 (0.01%)
Open: 1,492.20
High: 1,515.00
Low: 1,488.00
Yest. Close: 1,481.60
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Kashagan consortium says takes further step towards first oil

LONDON, July 17 (Reuters) - The North Caspian Operating Company, developer of the much-delayed Kashagan offshore project in Kazakhstan, said on Wednesday it had introduced gas to its artificial island and lit its flare. "This achievement brings the project a step closer to the start of prod

17 Jul 13 12:35

RPT-Fitch Maintains Russia's Rosneft and TNK-BP on RWN

July 17 (Reuters) - (The following statement was released by the rating agency) Fitch Ratings has maintained OJSC OC Rosneft's (Rosneft) and TNK-BP International Ltd's (TNK-BP) Long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) of 'BBB' on Rating Watch Negative (RWN). A f

17 Jul 13 11:52

FACTBOX-China's ethylene construction plans

(Updates Wuhan) BEIJING, July 17 (Reuters) - Top Asian refiner Sinopec Corp will start operation of an 800,000 tonnes per year (tpy) joint venture ethylene complex with South Korea's SK Group by the end of July, an industry source said on Wednesday. China, keen to cut its import depend

17 Jul 13 09:39

Russian light sweet crude exports to fall by a third in Sept - sources

SINGAPORE, July 17 (Reuters) - Exports of light sweet Sokol and Vityaz crude from offshore Sakhalin Island in Russia will fall by a third to 5.69 million barrels in September due to scheduled maintenance, sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. The reduction in supply coupled wi

17 Jul 13 07:00

CNOOC signs 200th foreign oil production-sharing contract

LONDON, July 16 (Reuters) - China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) signed its 200th production-sharing contract with a foreign partner on Tuesday, teaming up with BP to drill in the South China Sea. The landmark demonstrates China's drive to develop its own oil and gas resources at the sa

16 Jul 13 11:11

Shell says Motiva Port Arthur refinery returned to normal operations

July 15 (Reuters) - Motiva Enterprises said its 600,000 barrel-per-day Port Arthur, Texas, refinery, returned to normal operations following a planned shutdown on July 10. The refinery had shut a gasoline-making fluid catalytic cracking unit (FCC) earlier. (Reporting by Shruti Chaturvedi

15 Jul 13 19:43

INTERVIEW-Nigeria's Elumelu seeking 2 oil blocks for power plants

* Elumelu has committed $2.5 bln to Obama Africa power plan * In talks with majors to buy two large onshore oil blocks By Tim Cocks LAGOS, July 15 (Reuters) - Nigerian businessman Tony Elumelu is negotiating with several oil majors to buy two onshore oil and gas assets he will u

15 Jul 13 17:19

Sector movers: Sage, AVEVA drag software sector lower

Software stocks were in the red on Monday with steep falls from heavyweights Sage and AVEVA weighing on the sector as it pulled back from strong gains on Friday. Equities in the software sector rose at the end of last week after M&A activity prompted some bullish moves. Technology group Invensys co

15 Jul 13 14:58

UPDATE 1-Nigeria LNG pays $140 mln to end blockade on its ships

* Blockade cost $475 mln in lost revenues over 3 weeks * NIMASA says will lift blockade when payment made By Tim Cocks LAGOS, July 12 (Reuters) - Nigeria's maritime security agency has agreed to lift a three-week blockade on Nigeria LNG's ships, which had cost $475 million in lo

12 Jul 13 17:49

REFILE-Blockade on Nigeria LNG ships lifted after $140 mln payment

LAGOS, July 12 (Reuters) - Nigeria's maritime security agency has agreed to lift a three-week blockade on Nigeria's liquefied natural gas ships, which has so far cost $475 million in lost revenue, after the company agreed to pay a levy "under protest", Nigeria LNG said. The Nigerian Maritim

12 Jul 13 16:44

Blockade on Nigeria LNG ships lifted after $140 payment

LAGOS, July 12 (Reuters) - Nigeria's maritime security agency has agreed to lift a three-week blockade on Nigeria's liquefied natural gas ships, which has so far cost $475 million in lost revenue, after the company agreed to pay a levy "under protest", Nigeria LNG said. The Nigerian Maritim

12 Jul 13 16:43

Shell restarting unit at Scotford facility -community line

July 12 (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell Plc is restarting a unit at its Scotford facility near Edmonton, Alberta, the company said in a message on a community information line on Friday. The restart may result in intermittent flaring over the next 24 hours and there was no material impact on

12 Jul 13 15:37

UPDATE 3-Failed Pemex oil field auction ups pressure on Mexico to reform

By Adriana Barrera POZA RICA, Mexico, July 11 (Reuters) - Mexican state oil monopoly Pemex got a dismal response to an auction of contracts at one of its main oil fields on Thursday, turning up pressure on the government to open up the industry to more private capital with an imminent refor

11 Jul 13 23:38

UPDATE 1-Greenpeace women arrested after scaling London's Shard

By Li-mei Hoang and Mark Anderson LONDON, July 11 (Reuters) - Six female Greenpeace activists were arrested on Thursday after climbing London's Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe, in protest over plans by oil producer Royal Dutch Shell to carry out drilling in the Arctic circle

11 Jul 13 20:19

UPDATE 2-Failed Pemex oil field auction ups pressure on Mexico to reform

By Adriana Barrera POZA RICA, Mexico, July 11 (Reuters) - Mexican state oil monopoly Pemex got a dismal response to an auction of contracts at one of its main oil fields on Thursday, turning up pressure on the government to open up the industry to more private capital with an imminent refor

11 Jul 13 20:17

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