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Big oil’s dealmaking CEO spends billions to ride out turmoil

Patrick Pouyanne took the helm at Total in 2015, just as a global oil slump hit.

Iran seizes foreign tanker, US vows to protect vital Gulf waterway

Oil prices rose after news of the seizure amid rising tensions between Tehran and the West.

SA working on new oil and gas policy to enable growth

The bill 'will further provide regulatory certainty,' says energy minister Gwede Mantashe.

Most refiners unprepared for end of ‘golden age’, Deloitte says

Report on the refinery sector predicts volatility as demand trends shift.

Oil holds losses on weak demand outlook, Opec’s date uncertainty

Oil has lost about 20% since late April as growing American inventories and the US-China trade dispute continue to cloud the demand outlook.

US says video shows Iran was involved in an attack on tanker

The video was the first evidence publicly put forward by the US to support its claim.

Oil prices surge after suspected tanker torpedo attack near Iran

Tension in the Middle East increases as two tankers in the Gulf of Oman near Iran and the Strait of Hormuz are attacked.

Africa is the top spot for Chinese oil investment to 2023: Chart

Africa will account for more than $15bn of China's upstream capital expenditure over the next five years.

A 24m barrel question: Where is all the missing US oil?

Popular guesses for the discrepancy include missing production from the prolific Permian Basin or miscounting of imports or exports.

Pouyanne says Anadarko Africa assets at heart of Total’s strategy

Total CEO says the deal would strengthen his company's position as number two in the global LNG segment.

Exxon, Chevron to face climate change pressure from investors

Shareholders to vote on climate change proposals at both oil companies' annual meetings on Wednesday.

Algeria to seek ‘good compromise’ over Total’s Anadarko deal – minister

Algerian energy minister confirms that Algiers would block Total's acquisition.

SA may find partners for South Sudan oil block

The SA Strategic Fuel Fund is seeking to execute a $1bn agreement to drill oil and build a refinery in South Sudan.

Bond investors cheer near-completion of Sasol’s US project

Sasol bonds have beaten returns on shares, which have added less than 1%.
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