Tagged With OMV
Retail challenges in Europe
13 August 2019
Major oil companies in the region identify key opportunities for retail growth
OMV Petrom calls for Romanian fiscal stability
7 June 2019
New deepwater gas play needs greater clarity on terms
Adnoc joins the trading party
5 March 2019
The Middle Eastern NOC’s new trading venture adds to the oil market’s evolution, and potentially to the pressure on middlemen
Plastic recycling to hit oil producers
7 January 2019
The rise of plastics recycling plants may stunt demand for oil
Small players drive a revival in the North Sea
17 December 2018
Norway and the UK showed increasing appeal for E&P firms in 2018, with M&A moves propelling investment into the North Sea—but Brexit was a concern for some in the UK side of the play
Norway's offshore sector boosted by wave of mergers
29 October 2018
Strategic tie-ups are providing some badly needed lifeblood for the Norwegian offshore sector
Deep-water hopes still high in northwest Europe
24 September 2018
Efficiency savings and the use of existing infrastructure mean deep-water prospects look more promising than they have done in recent years
OMV provides faint light in Yemen gloom
13 August 2018
Austria's OMV, the first IOC to return to Yemen since the war started, has resumed limited exports
Norway winds down
5 March 2018
Fresh developments in the Arctic promise new production, but enthusiasm for fresh licenses has waned
Downstream Company of the Year
27 November 2017
OMV
Austria's OMV makes €1bn writedown on low oil prices
5 November 2015
Austria's OMV announced €1.031bn ($1.1bn) of upstream impairment charges in its third quarter results
Austrian oil group OMV embarks on restructuring
27 October 2015
The company will divest almost 50% of its gas distribution network as part of the portfolio shake up
Austria's OMV welcomes a new CEO
1 July 2015
Rainer Seele has plenty of work to do thanks to the oil price and legacies of the past
OMV enjoys summer of exploration and discoveries
16 September 2013
It's been a good summer for OMV and its strategy to move away from the lower-margin downstream sector to focus on the more profitable upstream
OMV targets Black Sea production expansion
26 November 2012
The Austrian company will target higher-risk exploration areas to boost production
Protests force OMV to shelve shale drilling plans
10 April 2012
Protests over the use of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) have derailed, at least temporarily, OMV’s plans to explore for shale gas in southern Austria
Protests force OMV to shelve shale-drilling plans
8 March 2012
Protests over the use of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) have derailed, at least temporarily, OMV’s plans to explore for shale gas in southern Austria
Hungary: New government to address Mol-Surgutneftegaz dispute
2 June 2010
THE NEW centre-right, nationalist-tinged, government plans to step up efforts to end the stand-off between Mol Group and Russia's Surgutneftegaz, which owns a 21.2% stake in the Hungarian energy company
Surgutneftegaz marches into Hungary
19 May 2009
A deal for a stake in Hungary's Mol shifts momentum in eastern Europe's energy sector back towards the Kremlin, writes Derek Brower
Surgutneftegaz marches into Hungary
1 May 2009
A deal for a stake in Hungary's Mol shifts momentum in eastern Europe's energy sector back towards the Kremlin, writes Derek Brower
Mol's downstream delivers
25 November 2008
An increased stake in Ina provides upstream potential, but it is Mol's refineries that are delivering profits, writes NJ Watson
UAE buys success
1 September 2008
The UAE is extending its footprint far beyond the Mideast Gulf, writes James Gavin