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 1 18 / 10 / 2010  BP
 
 BP to Sell Venezuela and Vietnam Businesses to TNK-BP for a total of $1.8 billion. TNK-BP, Russia's third largest oil company, is owned equally by BP and the AAR Consortium (comprising Alfa Group, Access Industries and Renova). The agreement includes BP's interests in the Petroperijá, Boquerón and PetroMonagas joint ventures in Venezuela and, in Vietnam, BP's 35 per cent operating interest in the Lan Tay and Lan Do gas fields and associated pipeline and power generation interests. The sales are part of BP's plan, announced in July 2010, to make divestments of up to $30 billion by the end of 2011.

Oil - International
 - Production - Asset - BP
 
 2 8 / 4 / 2010  Petroplus
 
 Petroplus Holdings announced that its investment vehicle, PBF Energy Partners, LP, entered into an agreement to acquire the 190,000 barrel per day Delaware City refinery, terminal and pipeline assets plus the 218 MW Power Plant Complex from Valero Energy Corporation. The purchase price consists of $170 million for the idled refinery and related assets and an additional $50 million for the Power Plant Complex.

Oil - North America
United-States - Refinery - Finance - Petroplus
 
 3 16 / 3 / 2010  Shell
 
 Royal Dutch Shell plc updates on strategy to improve performance and grow. Upstream production is expected to reach 3.5 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (mboe/d) in 2012, an increase of 11% from 2009. In addition, the company is assessing over 35 new projects from some 8 billion barrels of oil equivalent resources (boe), which should underpin Upstream growth to 2020. Downstream continues to focus on profitability, with plans to exit 15% of refining capacity and 35% of retail markets, and growth investment to enhance the quality of manufacturing and marketing portfolios.

Oil - International
 - Production - Policy - Shell
 
 4 12 / 3 / 2010  Eni
 
 Eni announces its 2010-2013 Strategic Plan. Robust production growth: >2.5% CAGR to 2013. Enhanced leadership position in European gas: >22% market share by 2013. Resilient G&P earnings: €4.4 billion average EBITDA per year. Increased refining efficiency and higher sales in Europe: positive free cash flow from 2012. Efficiency program: new target of €2.4 billion of cost reductions in 2006-2013. Dividend growth in line with OECD inflation from 2011 at a 65$/bl scenario.

Oil - International
 - Production - Policy - Eni
 
 5 26 / 1 / 2010  Eni
 
 PDVSA and Eni sign agreement to develop Junin 5 giant heavy oil field in Venezuela. Joint development of Junin 5 which has 35 billion barrels of certified oil in place. First oil expected in 2013. PDVSA and Eni to jointly develop hydrogenation technology. To begin the evaluation of Venezuela’s Gas Shales potential. Eni to present a proposal for the construction of a 1 GW power plant in the Guiria peninsula.

Oil - South America
Venezuela - Development - Project - Eni
 
 6 8 / 1 / 2010  Statoil
 
 The Crown Estate has announced that the Forewind consortium, comprising Statoil, Statkraft, SSE and RWE npower has been named as the successful bidder for the largest zone in the third licence round (Round 3) for UK offshore wind farms, Dogger Bank.

Renewable - Western Europe
United-Kingdom - Power - Tender - Statoil
 
 7 5 / 11 / 2009  Eni
 
 Eni signs a cooperation agreement with state oil company of Kazakhstan KazMunayGas. Eni and KazMunayGas (KMG) will jointly study the Isatay and Shagala exploration areas located in the Caspian Sea, the optimization of gas usage in the Republic of Kazakhstan, and a number of industrial initiatives including a gas sweetening plant, a gas turbine power plant, a drydock shipyard and the upgrading of the Pavlodar refinery, in which KMG holds a majority interest.

Oil - FSU
Kazakhstan - Exploration - Project - Eni
 
 8 1 / 4 / 2009  StatoilHydro
 
 StatoilHydro and Statkraft to develop offshore wind farm. The wind farm, which will consist of 88 turbines, is planned to start production in 2011. When fully operational, its annual electricity production is expected to be around 1.1TWh, enough energy to power around 220,000 UK homes. Total investments are estimated at approximately NOK 10 billion.

Renewable - Western Europe
 - Power - Project - StatoilHydro
 
 9 13 / 2 / 2009  Eni
 
 Eni 2009-2012 Strategic Plan and Targets. Production growth: 3.5% CAGR to 2012; Reserves replacement ratio: 130% in the 2009-2012 period; Strengthen European gas market leadership; G&P cumulative 2009-12 EBITDA proforma adjusted: €20 billion. In 2012, hydrocarbon production will exceed 2 million boe/day, based on a $55 per barrel price scenario.

Oil - International
 - Production - Policy - Eni
 
 10 8 / 1 / 2009  PDVSA
 
 The Ministry of the People’s Power for Energy and Petroleum of Venezuela informs to the Country about the execution of the 189,000 barrels per day of oil production cut, decided at the 151st (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, held on December, 2008, on Algeria, and a valid compromise from January 1st of current year.

Oil - South America
Venezuela - Production - Policy - PDVSA
 
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