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  • The author of this book greatly clarifies the all-important notion of 'investor' essential for the substantive and procedural protection of investments-within the Energy Charter Treaty framework.

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  • Featuring a 2 day comprehensive programme covering Upstream,Midstream & Downstream Post-conference Workshops Learn from leading experts on how to operate in the Caspian region Unprecedented networking opportunities with key decision-makers in the Caspians Oil & Gas industry Benefit fro...

  • BP has unveiled better than expected full-year results showing strong operating cash flows driven higher by the recovery in global oil prices and a 12pc growth in BPs oil and gas business. BP made $6.2bn in replacement cost profits, its standard measure of profitability, for the full year compared ...

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  • The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) recently signed a $297.5mn buyers credit (export credit) with Atyrau Refinery, a subsidiary of Kazakh state-owned oil and gas company KazMunaiGas, reports Morgan Lewis, which served as legal adviser to the deal. The loan is co-financed with the Ba...

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  • Lord Browne has said that oil companies will have to adapt their business models to a new era of lower prices and a greater emphasis on reducing carbon dioxide emissions in order to survive. His remarks come after Britains top two international oil companies, Shell and BP, announced spending cuts o...

  • Standard Bank has announced the successful closing of syndication of a $550mn syndicated bank guarantee and bridge facilities to support Shoreline Natural Resources in its acquisition from Shell of a 45% interest in OML 30 in the Niger Delta of Nigeria. The deal represents one of Nigerias largest s...

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  • The Jordanian Cabinet has approved, in principle, a deal between Jordans Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and Iraqs Oil Ministry to build an oil and gas pipeline linking the main southern Iraq oil fields near Basra and Jordans port, Aqaba, writes Keith Nuthall. The Jordanian Ministry has ...

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  • BG Group has signed an agreement with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) aimed at supporting the long-term supply of LNG to Japan and creating opportunities for Japanese companies to participate in energy projects around the world. Under the cooperation agreement BG Group will liais...

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  • Firm oil prices steady EMEA oil and gas sector Standard & Poors (S&P) recently published commentary on the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) oil and gas sector, states that credit quality among companies it rates should stay relatively steady over the coming quarters. However, although the ou...

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  • Ex-Im Bank approves record-breaking transaction In its largest job-supporting authorisation to date, the board of the US Export-Import Bank has approved a $4.975bn direct loan to Sadara Chemical Company for the export of US goods and services required in the construction of a petrochemical complex i...

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