All publications by tag «SANTOS»
2019, April, 17, 10:40:00AUSTRALIA'S SANTOS PRODUCTION UP 33%
First quarter production of 18.4 mmboe was a record for Santos and 33% higher than the corresponding quarter, primarily due to sustained strong asset performance and the acquisition of Quadrant Energy.
2019, February, 22, 11:30:00SANTOS NET PROFIT $630 MLN
SANTOS - Santos reports record annual underlying profit of $727 million and record free cash flow of $1,006 million
2019, January, 25, 08:15:00SANTOS ANNUAL REVENUE UP 19%
SANTOS - Record quarterly sales revenue of $1,043 million, up 7% and including record quarterly LNG sales revenue of $449 million, up 11%. Record annual sales revenue of $3,696 million, up 19%
2018, October, 22, 11:35:00SANTOS LNG UP BY 10%
SANTOS - Strong production and revenue growth Third quarter production up 6% to 15 mmboe due to strong performance across the core assets Sales revenue up 10% to $973 million, including record quarterly LNG revenues of $405 million PNG LNG achieved record daily rates equivalent to ~9.2 mtpa annualised production
2018, October, 1, 11:00:00AUSTRALIA'S SANTOS: DOUBLE PRODUCTION
REUTERS -India’s annual economic growth surged to a more than two-year high of 8.2 percent in the three months through June, giving Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government a political boost in the final year of his term before elections.
2018, August, 22, 12:35:00SANTOS BUYS QUADRANT: $2.15 BLN
REUTERS - Australian oil and gas firm Santos Ltd said on Wednesday it has agreed to buy privately held Quadrant Energy for at least $2.15 billion, bagging access to what may be the biggest oil find off Western Australia in over two decades.
2018, April, 6, 18:05:00SANTOS TAKEOVER: $10.4 BLN
REUTERS - Australian gas producer Santos Ltd (STO.AX) said on Tuesday it would “engage with” Harbour Energy after receiving a $10.4 billion takeover offer from the U.S. company, its fourth unsolicited bid since August 2017.
2018, March, 4, 10:52:00AUSTRALIA'S LNG INVESTMENT: $900 MLN
GT - Santos and its GLNG partners—Petronas, Total and KOGAS—will make a massive capital investment of $900 million in upstream developments in the Maranoa, Western Downs, Central Highlands and Banana regions in Queensland this year.