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Lessons from Rio’s Mongolian adventure

Source: Financial Times, 13th March 2015

How to minimise the risks of joint ventures with governments

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Lessons from Rio’s Mongolian mishap

Source: Financial Times, 13th March 2015

How to minimise the risks of joint ventures with governments

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Shell risks protests over CEO’s €24m pay

Source: Financial Times, 12th March 2015

Van Beurden becomes second-highest paid boss of a FTSE 100 company

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Chevron expects slowdown in output growth

Source: Financial Times, 10th March 2015

Investment cuts across the industry will ‘bring supply and demand into balance in 2016’

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ETF/ETP assets to break through $3 trillion milestone

London, 10 March 2015

Assets invested in ETFs/ETPs globally reached a new record high of US$2.919 trillion at the end of February 2015, according to ETFGI’s preliminary monthly ETF and ETP global insight report for February.  

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Fridman attacks North Sea deal threat

Source: Financial Times, 2nd March 2015

Billionaire’s fund says government plans to block investment ‘not rational’

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Australian fruit flies threaten NZ farms

Source: Financial Times, 24th February 2015

Arrival of the destructive pest places billions of dollars of exports potentially at risk

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IOSCO Requests Public Comment on PRA Principles

London, 12 February 2015

The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) is requesting comment on the continuing implementation of the IOSCO Principles for Oil Price Reporting Agencies (PRA Principles).

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Resource pressures in global commodity markets

London, 4 February 2015

A new report published today by the Earth Security Group warns that rapidly converging sustainability pressures in developing countries and competition over key resources could trigger far-reaching instability for the global economy.

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Fears grow over fallout from Petrobras

Source: Financial Times, 7th January 2015

Analysts warn of possible knock-on effects for Brazil’s coveted investment grade credit rating

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