Tagged With BHP
Economic malaise threatens to upend US indies
31 March 2020
Domestic oil sector in upheaval as producers forced to confront commodity price shock
BHP's shale for sale
23 August 2017
The mining company will bow out of its US shale venture after pressure from activist investors
Trinidad’s new energy minister seeks to tackle oil production
30 September 2015
A new government took office in September. The energy ministry is focusing on securing new production of oil and cleaning up the power-generation sector
PetroChina pays premium for Browse 10% stake
13 December 2012
The company has agreed to pay $1.63 billion for BHP Billiton's 10% share in the LNG venture
BHP takes $2.8bn write-down hit on shale assets
9 August 2012
BHP Billiton has been forced to take a $2.84 billion write-down against the value of its US shale assets as the US gas glut continues to dent balance sheets across the industry
BHP shifts to liquids to bolster flagging US shale income
16 May 2012
Faced with uncertain income from its newly acquired US shale gas assets, due to low gas prices, BHP Billiton is hurriedly refocusing efforts on shale liquids plays, which it hopes will prove more profitable
BHP Billiton’s energy push worries investors
9 November 2011
Despite large and rising profits from petroleum, investors are nervous about BHP Billiton’s growing focus on oil and gas
BHP predicts shale-gas consolidation
21 July 2011
Maturing industry means acquistions are “logical progression”, says CEO
BHP agrees $12.1 bn for US shale gas firm Petrohawk
15 July 2011
BHP Billiton has agreed to buy US shale-gas producer Petrohawk Energy for $12.1 billion, with the Anglo-Australian mining group taking a second big step into the unconventional energy sector
BHP keen on LNG role
28 April 2011
Marius Kloopers, the chief executive of Australian player BHP Billiton, today reaffirmed the company’s interest in becoming an LNG operator, as speculation continued to mount that the resources player is set to buy a big stake in Woodside Petroleum