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BP
29 April 2016
Financial results for BP
Explorers still chasing wildcats offshore Latin America
15 March 2016
Oil prices offer little encouragement, but unexplored areas around the continent are still drawing investment
Two major fields reopen in Libya as disputes are settled
23 October 2015
State firm NOC says it can recover output quickly and add to capacity, but some believe the country’s political disintegration makes this unlikely
Asia still focused on coal despite low-carbon goals
19 October 2015
Asia’s burgeoning green growth not yet enough to topple king coal
BP invests $1bn in UK North Sea project
5 August 2015
The investment will bring new life to the Eastern Trough Area Project in the central North Sea
BP reaches US deal over Macondo disaster
29 July 2015
BP has closed the darkest chapter in its corporate history with an $18.7bn settlement deal over the 2010 Macondo disaster
BP sees China shale gas surge
30 April 2015
China will become the world’s second largest shale-gas producer by 2035, behind only North America, according to BP’s chief economist
BP goes ahead with Egypt gas development
11 March 2015
The development will increase the country's gas production by a quarter
BP optimistic for UK Kinnoull economics
16 January 2015
Despite falling oil prices BP is retaining a positive outlook of the North Sea field
Politics weigh on regional pipeline projects in Eurasia
11 December 2014
Central Asia is not yet the solution for Europe’s energy diversification needs, especially as connections to China expand
Pricey business
24 September 2014
Cost inflation has replaced market access as the biggest worry for operations in Canada's oil sands
Leading the shale gas charge in Australia
15 September 2014
Development of the country’s shales will follow the path blazed by the coal-bed methane sector – with lots of M&A, plenty of risk, and big rewards
Shale gas firms take the long view
15 September 2014
North America is still the world’s only significant producer. But explorers are stepping up activity elsewhere and a global business is emerging
Asian promise, but full of risk
10 September 2014
There is huge potential for investors, but it remains hard to say if and where the shale plays will work
BP reckless over Macondo spill, says Judge
5 September 2014
The spill created the worst offshore environmental disaster in US history
Egypt gives IOCs hope despite major challenges
6 August 2014
Despite the major operational challenges they face, international oil and gas companies (IOCs) with interests in Egypt have some cause for comfort
Uncertainty for Iraq oil industry as troubles divide country
7 July 2014
The Islamist-led Sunni surge leaves Iraq on the brink of collapse. Derek Brower assesses what it means for the country’s oil industry
Output expected to rise from the Gulf of Mexico
24 April 2014
Output from the Gulf of Mexico is about to soar. Costs and the US crude oil export ban remain dark clouds on the horizon
The unconventional oil age
12 February 2014
Shale is going global. Its arrival will shape the supply picture for years to come
Is the UK the best shale bet in Europe?
20 January 2014
With exploration stalled in mainland Europe, the UK government's unconventionals push has opened a new frontier for investors and E&P companies alike.
Supermajor BP declares the death of peak oil
16 January 2014
The supermajor sees energy landscape shifting as demand growth slows and new fuels emerge to challenge oil's supremacy
Indonesian CBM a "stealth sleeper play"
6 November 2013
Indonesia's coal-bed methane (CBM) potential has been largely overlooked by investors, leading one prominent unconventional gas consultancy to describe it as a "stealth sleeper play"
E&P on rise in resurgent Gulf of Mexico
3 October 2013
Almost four years on from the Macondo disaster, the deep-water Gulf is experiencing a revival. Output is growing and explorers are making major finds in deeper, newly emerging plays
Reliance-BP venture opens new Indian gas play
9 September 2013
The latest find is in the Cauvery basin, off the east coast of India
NOC is struggling amid another crisis in Libya
23 August 2013
Libya is in chaos. Can its state oil firm survive intact?
National oil companies on top of the world
23 August 2013
Their domination of global reserves has put NOCs in control of the oil industry. But they must do more to keep their advantage