CALGARY, Alberta, July 31- Imperial Oil Ltd reported a tripling of profit on Thursday and said production at its Kearl oil sands project was approaching its 110,000 barrel per day capacity as it continued to tweak operations at Canada's newest oil sands mine.» Read More
CHICAGO, July 21- All too often, I see investors heading in the wrong direction en masse. The Energy SPDR, which charges 0.16 percent for annual management expenses and holds Exxon Mobil Corp, Chevron Corp and Schlumberger NV, has climbed 22 percent in the past 12 months, with nearly one-third of that gain coming in the three months through July 18.
RIO DE JANEIRO, June 3- A majority of creditors of Brazil's Oleo e Gas Participacoes SA approved the terms of restructuring plan for the bankrupt oil and gas exploration and production company, its lawyers said Tuesday.
MADRID, May 8- Spanish oil company Repsol beat forecasts with a 1.5 percent rise in first-quarter net profit on Thursday thanks to stable refining margins and a surprise gain in its North American gas business due to the harsh winter weather there.
HONG KONG, May 8- The Easy Joy convenience store attached to a Sinopec petrol station in China's boomtown of Shenzhen sells everything from cookies and gum to mineral water and cigarettes, much like any gas station in the United States or Europe. The Shenzhen store, close to the Huanggang checkpoint that marks the border with Hong Kong, is one of 23,000 in Sinopec's.
*Repsol sells 11.86 percent of YPF to Morgan Stanley. The sale to Morgan Stanley, which follows a $5 billion settlement with Argentina over its 2012 expropriation of a 51 percent stake in YPF from Repsol, ends a thorny chapter in the Spanish company's history.
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The DOE's Energy Information Administration expects the cartel's share to remain at the current 40 percent, while US domestic output rises.
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