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  • BP Amoco will revert to being called BP and will drop its shield logo.

  • PetroChina, once to have been China's biggest privatisation, has failed to attract investors and been priced at the lower end of its range. Shares were priced at HK$1.28 each, according to bankers close to the deal, compared with a price range of between HK$1.24 and HK$1.51 per share.

  • BPs new solar power venture has added another 57MW of generation capacity to its panel portfolio which can now power millions of UK homes. Lightsource BP made its latest multi-million pound acquisition through a £1bn partnership with BlackRocks renewables investment fund which it set up last ye...

  • The US Federal Trade Commission could approve BP Amoco's $30bn acquisition of Atlantic Richfield (Arco), the US oil group, as early as this week. Such approval could come as a result of resolving Exxon Mobil's legal challenge to the sale of Arco's Alaska assets to Phillips Petroleum, said people fam...

  • After 70 years of service, BP Amoco is ditching its traditional green shield logo as part of an international re-branding of the oil and gas concern. The move comes in the wake of this week's flurry of deals which BP continued yesterday with a fresh clutch of transactions designed to placate America...

  • UK-US oil major BP Amoco is the first foreign able to sell gas in Spain. It has signed gas sales agreements with two business customers at seven sites, the company announced yesterday. It has also agreed third party access terms with Spain's gas company Gas Natural for delivery of the gas to the cus...

  • To follow the twists and turns of the US Federal Trade Commission's battle with BP Amoco over its $30bn acquisition of Atlantic Richfield, one might never guess that Arco has operations outside Alaska and the US West Coast. In addition to Arco's profitable West Coast refining and marketing operation...

  • BP Amoco will this week try to persuade the US Federal Trade Commission to clear its takeover of Atlantic Richfield (Arco) in spite of a legal challenge from ExxonMobil, the biggest US oil company. ExxonMobil, which is a partner along with BP Amoco and Arco in the giant Prudhoe Bay oil field in Alas...

  • BP yesterday reported its first quarterly loss in more than seven years as a spreading global recession sapped demand for crude oil while TNK-BP, its troubled Russian unit, was hit by a $700million tax and foreign currency charge. Tony Hayward, BP's chief executive, said that BP, which employs 90,00...

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