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  • Oil workers aboard the Agbami floating production, storage and offloading vessel, operated by Chevron Corp., in the Agbami deepwater oilfield in Nigeria.

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  • At around $37 a barrel, crude prices are well below the $60 firms such as Total, Statoil and BP need to balance their books, a level that has already been sharply reduced over the past 18 months. Royal Dutch Shell has also announced a further $5 billion in spending cuts if its planned takeover of BG Group goes ahead. Global oil and gas investments are expected to fall to...

  • *Loose barge drifts by platforms in North Sea. OSLO, Dec 31- A fierce storm in the North Sea forced oil firms to evacuate platforms and shut down production on Thursday on concerns that they could be hit by a drifting barge that had broken its anchor. The strong winds had ripped the barge from its moorings and sent it towards BP's Valhall platform, which lies in the...

  • A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Traders will be on watch to see if U.S. stocks can cling to gains after the S&P 500 ended Wednesday just 0.2 percent higher on the year.

  • *Barge drifting towards platforms in North Sea. OSLO, Dec 31- A fierce storm in the North Sea forced oil firms to evacuate rigs and shut down production on Thursday, with drilling installations under threat from a drifting barge that strong winds had ripped from its anchor. The evacuations came a day after one person died and two were injured when a big wave hit a rig...

  • Oil off-shore platform

    A storm in the North Sea forced oil firms to evacuate rigs and stop production, with installations under threat from a drifting barge.

  • Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • MONTREAL, Dec 22- A C $460 million settlement fund for victims of the 2013 Lac-Megantic crude-by-rail disaster will begin disbursements this week without the participation of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd, the monitor involved in the payments said on Tuesday. Parties previously named in a class action lawsuit launched after the disaster, including closely...

  • MONTREAL, Dec 22- A C $460 million settlement fund for victims of the 2013 Lac-Megantic crude-by-rail disaster will begin disbursements this week without the participation of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd, the monitor for the bankrupt railroad blamed for the tragedy said on Tuesday. Parties previously named in a class action lawsuit launched after the...

  • Dec 22- U.S. oil and natural gas producer ConocoPhillips has sold its 50 percent stake in a joint venture with Russian state oil company Rosneft, a ConocoPhillips spokesman said. The exit from Russia comes about five years after ConocoPhillips sold its biggest sole asset in Russia, a stake in Lukoil, for $9.5 billion. ConocoPhillips was left with the Polar Lights...

  • Futures point to a moderately lower open Tuesday, leaving the Dow and S&P 500 with little time to erase their 2015 deficits.