US supermajor waits for more favourable conditions to tow out and moor massive offshore production facility
Ocean eddy keeps Big Foot tied to the dock
Lower oil prices and currency losses hit Colombian player's earnings
More asset grabs could be on the cards for US supermajor in key home liquids-rich plays
US supermajor gains on forex in Q3 despite lower revenues
US giant circumspect when quizzed on presice effect on its dealings in Russia of sanctions
United Oilfield Inc acquires block pair from cash-strapped Norwegian explorer
Debt repayments eat up earnings for Houston deep-water driller
Unclear what will become of non-operated 35% stake; operator Anadarko says 'continuing to evaluate' discovery
BG Group hires UK outfit for Louisiana LNG export terminal
Shell taps Mexico-US joint venture for fabrication and procurement work Carmon Creek project
US independent makes deal with undisclosed seller for acreage in DJ basin
First of its kind liquefaction facility on track for first LNG in late 2015
Nigeria sale boosts Q3 earnings for US oil major
Oilfield equipment supplier sees third-quarter profits boost as existing work supports balance sheet
Italian major may look to team up with Mexican state player on future upstream projects
Malaysian player enters agreement for reverse takeover
Deal with Japanese banks will back first train of proposed liquefaction plant
Lower output hits company's bottom line
Shell, Anadarko continue to prove up reserves in massive Shenandoah 'mini-basin' in US Gulf
Upstream unit reports development finds targeted for Holstein, Marlin tiebacks
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