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04/18/20164:10AMDJNOil Prices Fall 5% in Late Asia Trading
Crude-oil prices tumbled more than 5% in late Asia trading Monday after a failure by key producers to negotiate a production freeze fueled worries about a delayed recovery for prices. The failed attempt to implement a coordinated production freeze between Russia and members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting... More...>>
04/14/20166:51PMDJNADRs End Mixed; BP Falls
International stocks trading in New York were mixed on Thursday. BP PLC (BP, BP.LN) was among the companies with ADRs that traded actively. The BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts edged up 0.09% to 126.14. The European index rose 0.18% to 123.37, the Asian index increased 0.21% to 135.68, the Latin American... More...>>
03/22/20168:40PMDJNWoodside Petroleum Shelves Browse LNG Project
MELBOURNE, Australia—Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has shelved proposals for a floating gas-export operation off Australia's west coast due to belt-tightening and the slump in oil prices. The Australian company on Wednesday said the partners in the Browse venture have decided not to push ahead with development of... More...>>
03/22/20167:40PMDJNWoodside Shelves Browse LNG Project
By Robb M. Stewart MELBOURNE, Australia--Woodside Petroleum Ltd. (WPL.AU) has shelved proposals for a floating gas-export operation off Australia's west coast due to belt-tightening and the slump in oil prices. The Australian company on Wednesday said the partners in the Browse venture have decided not to push ahead... More...>>
01/07/20169:40PMDJNShell-Led Gas Export Project in Canada Granted 40-Year Export License
CALGARY, Alberta—Canadian regulators on Thursday approved a 40-year export license for a liquefied natural gas plant proposed for Canada's Pacific coast by a consortium led by Royal Dutch Shell PLC. The Canadian National Energy Board granted the permit, which it called the longest ever issued, after receiving... More...>>
01/07/20166:02PMDJNADRs End Lower; China Firms, Oil Majors Decline
International stocks trading in New York closed lower on Thursday. The BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts fell 2.4% to 119.91. The European index decreased 2.1% to 120.23, the Asian index dropped 2.9% to 128.98, the Latin American index fell 3.9% to 134.26 and the emerging markets index declined 3.5% to 199.35... More...>>
12/28/20156:46PMDJNADRs End Mostly Lower; Oil Majors Decline
International stocks trading in New York closed mostly lower on Monday. The BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts eased 0.48% to 128.65. The European index edged down 0.33% to 128.22, the Asian index fell 0.89% to 139.27, the Latin American index edged up 0.09% to 150.37 and the emerging markets index declined... More...>>
12/07/20156:02PMDJNADRs End Lower; Oil Majors Decline
International stocks trading in New York closed lower on Monday. Major oil producers were among the companies with ADRs that traded actively. The BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts fell 1% to 129.73. The European index decreased 0.94% to 129.13, the Asian index dropped 0.90% to 140.38, the Latin American... More...>>
11/18/201512:50PMDJNChina Cuts Natural-Gas Prices
BEIJING—China's government on Wednesday moved to shore up ailing demand for natural gas across its economy with deep pricing cuts aimed at spurring greater use by domestic industry. The cuts, announced by the National Development and Reform Commission, China's top economic planner, slashed benchmark city-gate... More...>>
10/29/20158:22PMDJNOil Giants See No Relief On Prices
(FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL 10/30/15) By Georgi Kantchev and Sarah Kent Some of the world's largest energy companies are becoming more pessimistic about the ability of crude oil pricing to reach even $60 a barrel next year, reporting steep losses as they take hits on projects that no longer make financial sense... More...>>
10/22/20156:40AMDJNShell-BG Deal Faces Further Delay in Australia
LONDON—Australia's antitrust regulator has delayed a decision on Royal Dutch Shell PLC's $70 billion takeover of BG Group by another week, extending a previous delay of around two months amid concerns over the impact the deal could have on the local gas market. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission... More...>>
10/22/20156:30AMDJNShell-BG Deal Faces Further Delay in Australia
By Sarah Kent LONDON--Australia's antitrust regulator has delayed a decision on Royal Dutch Shell PLC's $70 billion takeover of BG Group by another week, extending a previous delay of around two months amid concerns over the impact the deal could have on the local gas market. The Australian Competition and Consumer... More...>>
10/05/20153:29PMDJNChina's Slowing Demand Burns Gas Giants
By Brian Spegele BEIJING--The energy industry overestimated just how much natural gas China needs, and global oil-and-gas companies risk paying a heavy price. When China's economy hummed along a few years ago, energy companies from Australia to Canada bet its demand for natural gas would grow fast. They spent billions... More...>>
09/17/20151:20AMDJNAustralia Regulator Defers Decision on Shell's Takeover of BG
MELBOURNE, Australia—Australia's antitrust regulator has again deferred a decision on Royal Dutch Shell PLC's planned takeover of BG Group PLC, raising concerns about competition and the supply of natural gas to the domestic market. The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission said its preliminary... More...>>
09/10/20153:36AMDJNIndonesia Pertamina Seeks to Buy Domestic Crude to Cut Dollar Needs, Government Official Says
By I Made Sentana and Deden Sudrajat JAKARTA--Indonesia's Pertamina is seeking to buy around 200,000 barrels of crude oil a day from producers in the country, which is expected to reduce the state-owned oil company's dollar needs by $3.8 billion a year, a government official said Thursday. I Gusti Nyoman Wiratmaja... More...>>
08/27/20156:44PMDJNADRs End Higher; Chinese Firms Rise
International stocks trading in New York closed higher on Thursday. The BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts rose 2.7% to 132.83. The European index increased 2.2% to 133.61, the Asian index improved 3.3% to 137.63, the Latin American index rose 5.3% to 176.18 and the emerging markets index increased 4.65... More...>>
05/14/201511:00AMTMFWho Is The Biggest Player In Energy?
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05/13/201512:28AMDJNChina's Hot Commodity: PetroChina Shares
By Chao Deng HONG KONG--Meet China's new tech stock: PetroChina Co. One effect of the sharp run-up in Shanghai's stock market this year is that some of the country's biggest state-owned enterprises are trading with valuations usually associated with high-growth sectors--a sign, for some, of how much Chinese shares have... More...>>
04/27/20156:31PMDJNADR Shares End Mixed; Teva Declines
International stocks trading in New York were mixed on Monday. The BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts rose 0.34% to 151.81. The European index increased 0.31% to 147.18, the Asian index improved 0.52% to 163.56, the Latin American index fell 0.26% to 237.07 and the emerging markets index increased 0.65% to... More...>>
04/27/20155:41AMDJNASIA MARKETS: Chinese Stocks Rally On State-firm Merger Report
By Laura He, MarketWatch Oil and shipping shares surge Hong Kong and Shanghai markets rallied on Monday, each hitting a new seven-year high, as Chinese oil and shipping shares surged on reports of possible mergers among China's largest state-owned businesses. The Hang Seng Index was up 1.3% to 28,433.59, its best close... More...>>


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