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Iran considering to sue BP

A spokesman for BP said the company had committed to officially report any leaks in the Caspian and had not had to for years.

January 30, 2013 9:41
 
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BP moves to front line of Iraq-Kurdistan stand-off

BP has arguably the best relationship with Baghdad among the world's top international oil companies through its contract at the huge Rumaila field in the south of the country, far from the disputed Kurdish north.

January 20, 2013 10:15
 
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BP irritated over ‘spilled’ UAE relationship

Three other sources close to the matter said BP had been frozen out from the pre-qualification stage for the onshore fields in part due to "tensions" between the UAE and London.

September 1, 2012 9:43
 
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BP to resume operations in Libya

Shell to quit fields but says not leaving Libya; BP's Libya role triggered earlier political row over Megrahi; BP says security situation "manageable"

May 30, 2012 1:27
 
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BP resuming operations in Libya – NOC

BP will return to Libya to resume oil and gas exploration work, which it halted last year due to the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi's rule, Libya's state oil company NOC said.

May 30, 2012 12:39
 
Baghdad seeks to involve BP at Kirkuk oilfield

Baghdad seeks to involve BP at Kirkuk oilfield

Baghdad is seeking to involve BP in a major project to revive Iraq's giant northern Kirkuk oilfield, which is suffering from massive declines in production, industry sources said on Friday.

February 25, 2012 12:22
 

Total latest oil group to shift Iraq focus to Kurdistan

French oil major Total SA has become the latest big oil company to shift the focus of its Iraq ambitions toward the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region, and away from the much larger but economically challenging contracts offered by Baghdad.

February 11, 2012 6:11
 
Through thick and thin: Arab Spring may not affect oil firms

Through thick and thin: Arab Spring may not affect oil firms

While oil companies remain vigilant, most are not worried about the effects of Arab Spring and are positioning themselves for regime change and inevitable losses, according to a Reuters report.

June 16, 2011 2:15
 

Saudi Arabia seeks extra gasoline imports

Plans to buy 180,000T in April-June through two tenders; Collapse of Libyan demand leads to Med overhang; BP and Litasco win supply deal - trade source

March 29, 2011 3:41
 

S. Korea secures Abu Dhabi Oil in huge deal

Ensures S.Korea's stakeholding in over 1 bln bbls reserves; MOU worth $97.7 bln on oil prices now -presidential office; Also agrees to develop 3 oil areas with 570 mln bbls; S.Korea to store 6 mln bbls of Abu Dhabi crude "for free"; S.Korea oil self-sufficiency rate eventually to be 15 per cent

March 13, 2011 2:50
 
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