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Rosneft hit as $2bn Vitol deal scrapped

Source: Financial Times, 21st August 2014

Russian state oil group’s projects may be in jeopardy without western financing and technology, even though China is set to continue advance payments

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Premier Oil boosted by UK fields

Source: Financial Times, 21st August 2014

Fifty per cent rise in output from North Sea lifts explorer’s profits but chief executive warns bad weather could delay delivery of next project

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Oil investors bet on future supply risks

Source: Financial Times, 21st August 2014

Crude prices have faced down pressure from current geopolitical tension as supply levels have held up, but the medium term outlook could be less stable

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ICAP opens Singapore coal derivatives desk

Source: Financial Times, 21st August 2014

World’s largest interdealer broker aims to tap into the increasing demand in Asia for hedging of physical purchases of commodities

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ICAP Energy launches global Coking Coal

London, 21 August 2014

ICAP Energy, the energy business of ICAP plc, announces today that it has successfully launched a global Coking Coal desk.

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Antofagasta to split top jobs

Source: Financial Times, 20th August 2014

Jean-Paul Luksic’s decision to step back from day-to-day operations and become non-exec chairman brings miner in line with governance recommendations

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China energy policy puts coal in the cold

Source: Financial Times, 20th August 2014

Thermal coal prices have fallen nearly 50 per cent since their 2011 peak as China pursues an ‘anything but coal’ development plan for the power sector

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BHP shares hit as revamp sparks concerns

Source: Financial Times, 19th August 2014

Move set to undo much of merger that created Anglo-Australian group in 2001, splitting off aluminium, coal, silver and manganese assets

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BHP Billiton sets out asset spin-off plan

Source: Financial Times, 19th August 2014

Move will undo much of merger that created Anglo-Australian group in 2001, splitting off aluminium, coal, silver and manganese assets

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BHP Billiton moves ahead with asset spin-off

Source: Financial Times, 19th August 2014

Plan will undo much of the merger that created the Anglo-Australian group back in 2001, splitting off aluminium, coal, silver and manganese assets into separate company

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