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Power & Energy Commodity News

Non-Opec oil output to weaken in 2015

Source: Financial Times, 15th January 2015

Main factors are oil price now hovering close to 6-year lows and fall in US activity

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BP cuts 300 jobs in North Sea business

Source: Financial Times, 15th January 2015

Energy secretary Davey to discuss impact of price slide with oil executives

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Tank in oil price fuels US petrol demand

Source: Financial Times, 15th January 2015

Rising sales could prove shortlived as long-term structural factors point to falling demand

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BP poised for job cuts in North Sea arm

Source: Financial Times, 15th January 2015

Energy secretary Davey to discuss impact of price slide with oil executives

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Premier Oil says Falklands field in doubt

Source: Financial Times, 14th January 2015

UK explorer says it cannot develop Sea Lion field with crude price languishing below $50 a barrel

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Oil projects worth billions put on hold

Source: Financial Times, 14th January 2015

Shell and Premier lead big cost cuts as crude slides

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Miners’ shares hit by copper price fall

Source: Financial Times, 14th January 2015

Glencore, BHP Billiton and Antofagasta among the listed copper producers affected by stock slide

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Olive oil demand falls in Europe homeland

Source: Financial Times, 14th January 2015

Rising demand in US and emerging markets helps offset big fall in Greece

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Olive oil demand falls in Europe homelands

Source: Financial Times, 14th January 2015

Slack in austerity-hit Mediterranean countries is taken up by US and China

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Eon cuts UK gas prices by 3.5%

Source: Financial Times, 13th January 2015

Utility unveils ‘lowest-priced energy tariff’ amid falling oil prices and political pressure

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