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  1. Saudi Aramco IPO is back but with the same old problems

    If an IPO of the Saudi Arabian state oil company is to be successful the government must lower its target…
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    14 Aug
  2. Ineos goes on a spending spree in early 2019

    Ineos, the privately owned petrochemical and oil & gas company run by Britain’s richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe, went on…
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    25 Mar
  3. Shell partners with a kite-power pioneer in clean energy bid

    Royal Dutch Shell’s decision to partner with Makani, a pioneering start-up in offshore power-generating kites and a subsidiary of Alphabet,…
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    18 Feb
  4. Total foresees increase in output in 2019 on the back of solid profit results

    Total SA, the world’s fourth-largest oil and gas giant, has posted strong annual results for 2018 on the back of…
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    12 Feb
  5. Venezuela’s oil market share looks set for continuing decline

    Venezuela’s worsening economic situation means its oil exports are unlikely to recover soon, despite Chinese assistance. Venezuela’s crude oil production…
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    28 Sep
  6. Three reasons why the US is now the world’s largest oil producer

    The US is the world’s largest oil producer, thanks to a decline in production costs and faltering competitors. It overtook…
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    14 Sep
  7. New Zealand’s offshore ban a slow start to decarbonisation

    New Zealand’s decision to ban offshore drilling is tokenistic, given the country’s negligible oil production and continuing onshore extraction. In…
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    21 May
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