the Financial Times

the Financial Times

The energy world sat up and took notice earlier this month when the head of Brazil’s National Petroleum Agency said a new offshore find could hold an incredible 33 billion barrels of oil equivalent.
Haroldo Lima caught a lot of criticism for that from state-run Petrobras, which said it had not yet quantified reserves in that […]

May 3rd, 2008 Tags: Brazil, Company, Energy, Lima, mining, Oil, oil equivalent, Petrobras, Petroleum, Plains, the Financial Times

Nigerian oil output could fall by nearly a third by 2015 if the country does not garner more investment, the Financial Times reported Thursday.
The business daily quoted a progress report by advisers to President Umaru Yar’Adua that it had seen as saying that funding shortfalls “portend a grave danger not just to the reform process […]

April 17th, 2008 Tags: Africa, Energy, energy industry, finance, fuel, Gas, gas production, IGHL, Niger, Nigeria, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas production, oil industry, oil output, oil producer, the Financial Times

The program, which will be held in Dubai from 10 to 15 May 2008, is the first time it will be offered in the region. The program uses current oil and gas industry examples to examine how management strategies and styles have changed as companies and workforces become more global and diverse.

With dramatic changes currently occurring […]

March 17th, 2008 Tags: Amy, Crude Oil, crude oil reserves, Dubai, Edgar, Education, Environment, Exchange, Gas, gas industry, Gulf, IGHL, Middle East, mine, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas industry, oil and gas industry experience, oil reserve, oil reserves, the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wall Street, Wall Street Journal

Offshore oil and gas is the world s energy future That is why www midcapreporter com recommends Energetic Holdings symbol ENRH on PK This is just one of the many oil and gas stocks that will prove to be a good investment in the future IT will be a good investment because […]

March 5th, 2008 Tags: Energy, energy future, Gas, gas drilling, gas exploration, Intel, mining, NBC, offshore oil, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas exploration, the Financial Times

London equities made further progress on Thursday as the London Stock Exchange intensified its attempt to fend off Nasdaq’s hostile bid and the mining sector tracked commodities prices higher.
The FTSE 100 opened 0.5 per cent higher at 6,237.5, a gain of 33 points, dominated by resurgent resource stocks. A flurry of newsflow from mid-cap stocks […]

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The FTSE moved higher on Thursday as mining stocks tracked commodities prices higher. By late morning, the FTSE 100 was up 26.2 points, or 0.4 per cent, to 6,237.5 while the mid-cap FTSE rose 29.8 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 11,124.1.

Overnight, the US Dow Jones Industrial Average closed little changed at 12,577.2 while in Asia, […]

January 18th, 2007 Tags: Asia, bank, Bank of Japan, Christmas, Citigroup, Company, Dow Jones, Exchange, healthcare, Insurance, Japan, Jones, law, London, London Stock Exchange, Mike, mining, NASD, Nasdaq, pharmaceutical, pharmaceuticals, Price, Prices, Private equity group, Resources, retail, retail chain, Shares, software, the Financial Times, Vedanta, Xstrata

Nippon Steel, the world’s second-biggest steelmaker by output, and Companhia Vale do Rio Doce, the Brazilian mining company, yesterday saidthey were considering jointly developing coal and iron ore projects, writes Mariko Sanchanta in Tokyo.
The decision emphasises Nippon Steel’s push this year to forge international alliances in the wake of consolidation in the industry, which had […]

December 19th, 2006 Tags: Arcelor, Brazil, China, Coal, Companhia Vale, Companhia Vale do Rio Doce, Company, CONSOL, CVRD, Financial Times Limited, IGHL, Iron Ore, Japan, Korea, mining, Mittal Steel, Nippon, Posco, Power, Price, Prices, PYR, Rio Doce, Rio Tinto, South Korea, steel, Steelmakers, the Financial Times, The Financial Times Limited, Tokyo

Southeast Asia-focused oil and gas explorer Salamander Energy Ltd said on Wednesday it planned to float on the London Stock Exchange, raising funds in the process to accelerate its growth plans. A spokesman for Salamander, whose main operations are in Indonesia and Thailand, would not comment on how much money it planned to raise.

Salamander said in […]

November 22nd, 2006 Tags: Asia, Company, Energy, Energy Ltd, Exchange, Gas, gas explorer, Indonesia, London, London Stock Exchange, Market, mining, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas explorer, Southeast Asia, Thailand, The Daily Telegraph, the Financial Times

Oil prices rebounded above 60 dollars in Asian trade Monday on concerns North Korea’s nuclear test will embolden Iran to pursue its own nuclear programme, dealers said. A report that the president of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has called on fellow cartel members to cut production also helped push prices higher, they said.

At […]

October 10th, 2006 Tags: Antara, Asia, Asian, Brent, Brent North Sea, Crude Oil, Edmund Daukoru, Energy, energy needs, energy prices, Export, fuel, Germany, Hong Kong, IGHL, Kong, Korea, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Market, markets, mining, New York, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, North Sea, Oil, oil market, oil output, Oil price, Oil prices, oil producer, oil products, OPEC, Petroleum, Power, Price, Prices, PYR, Security Council, Singapore, state media, SUN, Tehran, the Financial Times, Trade, United Nations, United Nations Security Council, Uranium

Bolivia’s government is expected in the next six weeks to approve a 2.3 bln usd bid by Jindal Steel and Power of India to extract one of the world’s largest untapped iron ore deposits, the Financial Times reported.
It is the most significant example of a country with no record of financial involvement with Bolivia voicing […]

July 19th, 2006 Tags: Australia, Bolivia, Bolivia’s government, Brazil, gas sector, India, Jindal Steel, Petrobras, Russia, Spain, the Financial Times

U.K. stocks rose, led by BP Plc. Rio Tinto Group and BHP Billiton led a rally among mining companies.
The FTSE 100 Index added 73, or 1.3 percent, to 5635.90 at 8:42 a.m. in London, trimming its weekly loss to 2.2 percent. The FTSE All-Share Index increased 40.54, or 1.4 percent, to 2865.78. Ireland’s ISEQ Overall […]

June 9th, 2006 Tags: Anglo American Plc, Beijing Guoan Advertising Corp, BHP Billiton, BP Plc, Bridgewell Securities Ltd., Britain, China International Trust & Investment Corp., Chris Millington, EFG Wealth Management, electronics stores, Europe, France, Fraser Plc, Fuller Smith & Turner Plc, George Gale and Co. Ltd, Goldman Sachs & Co., Group Inc., Harrods Department Store Co., Internet Business Group Plc, Ireland, Jamie Coleman, jewelry retailer, Joe Gawronski, Kesa Electricals Plc, land bank, London, London Stock Exchange Plc, Merrill Lynch & Co, Mining Shares U.K., Nasdaq Stock Market Inc., New York, Northern Petroleum Plc, Oil and Gas, oil field, pence, Provident Financial Group Plc, Richard Chamberlain, Richard Ratner, Rio Tinto Group, Rosenblatt Securities Inc., Seymour Pierce, Signet Group Plc, Taylor Woodrow PLC, The Daily Telegraph, the Financial Times, The Netherlands, traded oil, United Kingdom, United States, WPP Group Plc, Yan Gang

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