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Investments
2015, June, 17, 18:50:00

$200 BLN STOP

Deepwater oil projects and complex gas facilities worth around $200 billion have been cancelled or put on hold worldwide in recent months due to the sharp drop in oil prices over the past year, consultancy Ernst and Young said.

Investments
2015, June, 17, 18:45:00

BP & ROSNEFT: $700 MLN

BP could be close to a $700 million deal with Russia’s Rosneft for a 20% stake in a Siberian oilfield, the company led by Igor Sechin further showed how national companies can cope with sanctions, maintaining ties with Western companies and progressively switching to Asian markets.

Investments
2015, June, 15, 19:00:00

RUSSIAN INVESTMENT SHOW

"Uncertainty is the rule of the game in this industry," the head of France's Total Patrick Pouyanne said this month. "We are in the long-term business. This is why at Total we are keen to maintain our commitment to Russia."

Investments
2015, June, 15, 18:50:00

RUSSIAN DEAL NO SANCTIONS

Europe’s biggest oil groups are extending business deals with their Russian energy partners despite this month’s EU vote to continue imposing sanctions, highlighting how western companies are learning to live with the restrictions placed on Moscow.

Investments
2015, June, 14, 17:25:00

NORWAY INVESTMENTS: NOK 184.8 BLN

According to Statistics Norway, total investments in oil and gas activity in 2016 should be NOK 184.9 billion, which is 1.4% higher than the corresponding estimate for 2015.

Investments
2015, June, 14, 17:20:00

IRAN NEEDS $100 BLN

Iran needs $100 billion to rebuild its gas industry and has met with European energy giants as an end to decades of international sanctions looms, according to the state-run company in charge of discussions.

Investments
2015, June, 10, 19:25:00

US SHALE OIL ROUT

More than $100bn of investment has been deferred or scrapped in response to the near-50 per cent plunge in crude over the past year.

Investments
2015, June, 10, 19:20:00

CANADA SLOWER GROWTH

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers on Tuesday said it expects Canadian crude output—mostly from Alberta’s oil sands—to reach 4.96 million barrels a day by 2025. That forecast is less than the previous estimate of 5.6 million barrels a day and the 6.0 million barrels a day it had forecast back in 2013.

Investments
2015, June, 5, 18:55:00

TEXAS OIL & GAS DOWN 40%

The outlook in the Texas oil and gas sector remains negative as most companies expect low capital spending in 2016, the Dallas Federal Reserve said.

Investments
2015, June, 4, 18:55:00

EUROPE GAS DEMAND

Examining the essential gas transmission infrastructure projects in Europe alone - without taking into account the upstream sector – according to the European Commission, investments of at least 70 billion EUR are required by 2020, while EU funding will provide €4.7 billion for both gas and electricity PCIs between 2014 and 2020, subject to final approval of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (in 2015).

Investments
2015, June, 4, 18:10:00

RUSSIA ORIENTED WINTERSHALL

Wintershall will continue investing in its core regions, with Russia remaining the most important area for the company.

Investments
2015, May, 26, 18:35:00

EGYPT'S GAS INVESTMENTS: $13 BLN

The total volume of Egypt’s investments projected for the drilling and extracting natural gas has reached US$13 billion

Investments
2015, May, 20, 19:00:00

RUSSIA & CHINA: NO SANCTIONS

Russia is developing non-dollar financing and ties with China in the face of U.S. and EU sanctions

Investments
2015, May, 20, 18:40:00

OIL PROJECTS CUTS $100 BLN

More than $100bn of spending on new projects by the world’s energy companies has been slowed, postponed or axed following the oil price plunge, evidence of the drastic industry action that will curb output in coming years.

Investments
2015, May, 15, 18:45:00

U.S. OIL DOWN

EIA’s Drilling Productivity Report (DPR) for April had forecast a 57,000 b/d decline during May in total crude oil production from seven U.S. regions, which together accounted for about 95% of U.S. crude oil production growth during 2011-13. This was the first time the DPR had indicated a decline in expected production since the report was first issued in October 2013. Signs of declining U.S. tight oil production amid lower crude oil prices have been a widely watched market indicator of firming oil market balances. The latest DPR, released on May 11, expects a further decline in crude oil output from the seven regions during June. Overall, EIA is now projecting U.S. oil production to average 9.2 million b/d in 2015, 40,000 b/d lower than in last month’s forecast.

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