*Norway production, refineries boost result. OSLO, July 28- Norway's Statoil reassured investors on Tuesday by maintaining its dividend for the second and third quarters after posting better-than-expect results, despite taking a hit from the slump in oil prices. CEO Eldar Saetre reiterated that the oil price needs to be at $100, $80 and $60 a barrel in 2016, 2017...» Read More
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