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SAO PAULO, Jan 24- Bankrupt oil producer Ôleo e Gás Participações SA has delayed detailing its restructuring plan to creditors by about a week as it tries to secure up to $200 million in new funding, said two sources familiar with the situation on Friday. Ôleo e Gás, controlled by Brazilian tycoon Eike Batista whose business empire collapsed last year, and its creditors were discussing terms of a potential $200 million debtor-in-possession loan, said the sources.
SAO PAULO, Jan 24- Bankrupt oil producer Ôleo e Gás Participações SA will delay presenting its restructuring plan to creditors, initially scheduled for Friday, two sources familiar with the situation told Reuters. Ôleo e Gás, formerly known as OGX Petróleo e Gas Participações SA, and creditors are discussing terms of a potential $200 million debtor-in-possession loan, said the sources, who declined to be identified because the talks are private.
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NEW YORK, Nov 25- The dollar strengthened and world equity markets rose on Monday on expectations that the deal to curb Iran's nuclear program will ease Mideast political tensions and help lift global economic growth.
*Oil dips on prospect Iran nuclear deal to boost supply. *World share markets gain on hope Iran deal to boost growth. The breakthrough accord reached over the weekend in Geneva halts Iran's most sensitive nuclear activities and gives it some relief from crippling sanctions, but does not allow the OPEC member to boost oil sales for six months.
Statoil sold its stake in the oil and gas development earlier this year to OMV of Austria. It is also a setback for Cameron International Inc and its newly formed OneSubsea joint venture with Schlumberger, which recently won a $540 million award from Chevron for equipment work at Rosebank.
*Gazprom Neft postpones project start-up. Work by the likes of BP and Exxon Mobil boosted output by 600,000 barrels per day to top 3 million bpd in 2012..
PERTH, Nov 18- U.S. crude oil futures slipped in early Asian trading on Monday after a U.S. official said that an agreement to curb Iran's nuclear program is "quite possible" this week. Major powers and Iran are scheduled to meet in Geneva on Nov. 20-22.
NEW YORK, Nov 15- Oil futures were moderately higher in choppy trading on Friday supported by Libyan supply outages and supportive comments from the Fed chair nominee, but gains were limited by reports that a deal with Iran may be near on its nuclear program.
NEW YORK, Nov 15- Oil futures turned lower on Friday on reports that Western powers may reach a deal with Iran as early as next week on its nuclear program. Sanctions against Iran because of its nuclear program have kept some 1 million barrels of oil off the global market. Brent crude was 47 cents lower at $107.81 at 12:04 p.m. EST after trading as high as $108.65.
Oil markets were consolidating after absorbing a week's worth of news of Libyan supply outages, negotiations over Iran's nuclear program, and supportive comments from President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the Fed. Brent crude was up 3 cents at $108.31 a barrel at 11:03 a.m. EST and looked set for a weekly gain of 3 percent.