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  • Aberdeen-based Wood Group is offering nearly 130mn ordinary shares at a float price set between 175 pence and 210 pence per share. Capital raised will be used to reduce debt from $200mn to $80mn and fund acquisitions.

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  • European Union moves to open the natural gas market to competition are backfiring and could cost UK industry and households £2.4bn ($3.6bn) this year, a study has found. Wood MacKenzie, an international energy consultancy, said the EU Gas Directive was failing to promote substantial gas competition ...

  • Edinburgh-based consultancy Wood Mackenzie has 'welcomed' the positive recognition given to emissions trading in the European Commission Green Paper on greenhouse gas trading published on 8 March, but warns that parallel EU efforts to restrict international emissions trading may significantly increa...

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  • UK oil production of 2,106,088 b/d in May 2002 was down 5.6% on the month and down 3% on the year, with the average daily production 6.5% lower (at 3,857,949 boe) than in the 12 months to May 2001, according to the latest Royal Bank of Scotland Oil and Gas Index. Gas production was also down by 12.7...

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  • According to a recently published report from Wood Mackenzie - entitled ‘US GoM Deep Shelf - Exploding the Myths’ - the US Gulf of Mexico Deep Shelf is one of North America’s most important exploration success stories in recent years, with several of the largest discoveries having been made since 20...

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  • BP has announced that Wood Group Engineering will undertake the front end engineering design (FEED) work for the BP-operated Clair field, located 60km West of Shetland. The Feed work estimated to be worth around $5mn will begin immediately and is expected to be completed in the 2Q 2001. This first p...

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  • UK oil production is expected to recover in the coming months as new technology takes effect, reversing the current falls in output, reports the latest Royal Bank of Scotland Oil and Gas Index. Oil output in November 2001 showed a small fall on month earlier levels, and was 6.9% lower than in Novemb...

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  • Monthly oil and gas production fell slightly during April, according to the latest Oil and Gas Index from the Royal Bank of Scotland. There continue to be concerns that the industry will be unable to fully capitalise on increased investment levels, reports Tony Wood, Oil and Gas Economist with the B...

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  • UK oil and gas production fell by 6.4% in January 2002 following December 2001’s highs, reports the latest (March) Royal Bank of Scotland Oil and Gas Index. Oil output in January 2002 fell on the month to 2.27mn b/d, but was only marginally down (0.2%) on year earlier levels, states the report. Aver...

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  • Wood Mackenzie has published the results of its survey of oil, gas and power companies, Carbon Controls and Business 2000. The survey is designed to establish the extent to which energy companies believe that emerging carbon controls will affect their business performance, and the responses which co...

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