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Oil explorers hit rock bottom

Source: Financial Times, 3rd July 2014

Exploration and production companies have lost their knack of finding oil, but some executives believe their stock may have reached its low point

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Shelf Drilling cancels flotation plans

Source: Financial Times, 3rd July 2014

Emerging markets-focused oil group blames challenging conditions and insufficient demand at price range for pulling out of $500m IPO plans

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Gate terminal to build new facilities for LNG distribution

Rotterdam, 3 July 2014

Gasunie and Royal Vopak announce today that their joint venture, Gate terminal, has taken the final investment decision to add LNG break bulk infrastructure and services to the terminal. The new facility in the port of Rotterdam is expected to boost the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a transportation fuel in the Netherlands and Northwest Europe.

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ExxonMobil to pump $1bn into Europe

Source: Financial Times, 2nd July 2014

Exxon has urged EU governments not to block imports of heavy crude from Canada’s oil sands, which have been a target of environmental campaigners

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Gold climbs to three-month high

Source: Financial Times, 2nd July 2014

The gains this week are partly explained by strong inflows into gold-backed exchange traded funds. Unrest in Ukraine and Iraq has provided support

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Soyabeans tumble on record US planting

Source: Financial Times, 30th June 2014

The US Department of Agriculture said domestic acres planted with the oilseed totalled 84.8m acres this spring, up 11 per cent from last year

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Soyabeans tumble on bumper US crops

Source: Financial Times, 30th June 2014

The US Department of Agriculture said domestic acres planted with the oilseed totalled a record high 84.8m acres this spring, up 11 per cent from last year and well above previous estimates

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‘Hot’ Kurdish oil, cold legal comfort

Source: Financial Times, 30th June 2014

John Dizard finds it takes more than a wink from the CIA or a nod from the chair of a Senate committee to ship Iraqi oil with disputed ownership

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Oil falls on week as Iraq fears fade

Source: Financial Times, 30th June 2014

Escalating violence has not dented the country’s oil production, with the country’s oil minister saying exports had averaged 2.5m b/d in June

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Israeli deal with BG worth $30bn in pipeline

Source: Financial Times, 29th June 2014

Contract is biggest cross-border deal yet between Israeli industry and neighbour, reflecting revived fortunes for Egypt’s natural gas sector

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