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    Norway considers attending OPEC meeting on April 9 -oil ministry

    Reuters – 10:32 AM ET 04/06/2020

    Norway was invited to and is considering attending the OPEC meeting on April 9 as an observer, if there is a broad participation, the country's oil ministry said on Monday.

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    Norway may cut its oil output if other big producers agree deal - minister

    Reuters – 1:26 PM ET 04/04/2020

    * Size of potential output cut unclear. * Norway meets about 2% of global oil demand. * Produced 1.75 mln barrels a day in February. * Norway cut output in 1990, 1998 and 2002. By Nerijus Adomaitis. Western Europe's largest oil and gas producer Norway said on Saturday it would consider cutting its oil production if a global deal to curb supply is agreed by the world's biggest producers.

  3. ConocoPhillips stock price target cut to $36 from $41 at BofA Securities

    MarketWatch – 10:29 AM ET 03/31/2020
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    Edgewater Midstream Adds Strategic Horsepower with New CFO

    Business Wire – 9:15 AM ET 03/26/2020

    HOUSTON---- Edgewater Midstream, LLC today announced David Anders has joined the company as its chief financial officer. This press release features multimedia. Mr. Anders comes to Edgewater after a 17-year tenure in Bank of America’s Energy Investment Banking Group, where he focused on the midstream sector.

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    BRIEF-3D Oil Says Nears Completion Of Farmout Of T/49p

    Reuters – 2:02 AM ET 03/26/2020

    3D Oil Ltd (TOILF): * CONOCOPHILLIPS AUSTRALIA SH1 AND UNIT EXECUTED JOINT OPERATING AGREEMENT FOR OFFSHORE TASMANIAN PERMIT T/49P. * UNDER TERMS OF JOA, CONOCOPHILLIPS AUSTRALIA WILL HOLD AN 80% INTEREST IN PERMIT AND BECOME OPERATOR. * FOLLOWING FURTHER NEGOTIATIONS, CO DECIDED TO REDUCE INTEREST IN T/49 PERMIT TO 20% Source text https://reut.rs/33MKKgi Further company coverage:

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    Eni to cut spending and buyback plans due to coronavirus fears

    Reuters – 2:34 PM ET 03/18/2020

    Italian energy group Eni followed rivals on Wednesday by cancelling a share buyback and sharply cutting investments as a result of the coronavirus outbreak and falling oil prices. "Eni's priorities at the moment are safeguarding the health of our people and the communities we operate in, as well as our robust balance sheet and the dividend," Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi said in a statement.

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    ConocoPhillips to reduce capex, output and share repurchase program

    Reuters – 9:00 AM ET 03/18/2020

    U.S. oil producer ConocoPhillips (COP) said on Wednesday it will cut 2020 capital budget, production and reduce its share repurchase program due to weak oil prices. ConocoPhillips (COP), which became the latest oil producer to revise its budget, said it will lower its spending by about 10%. That and a cut in its share repurchase program will reduce 2020 cash uses of $2.2 billion.

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    ConocoPhillips to cut 2020 capex by 10%, rein development and slow share buybacks

    MarketWatch – 8:43 AM ET 03/18/2020

    ConocoPhillips (COP) said Wednesday it is cutting its 2020 capital budget by 10%, or about $700 million, as it works to adjust to steep falls in crude prices. The reduction will be achieved by reining in development activity and deferring drilling in Alaska. The reductions are expected to impact 2020 full-year production guidance by about 20 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day.

  9. CORRECTED: ConocoPhillips to cut 2020 capex by 10% or $700 mln

    MarketWatch – 8:38 AM ET 03/18/2020
  10. ConocoPhillips shares down 6% premarket

    MarketWatch – 8:37 AM ET 03/18/2020
  11. ConocoPhillips to rein in share buybavcks to run rate of $250 mln in Q2 vs. $750 mln previously

    MarketWatch – 8:36 AM ET 03/18/2020
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    ConocoPhillips Responds to Recent Oil Market Downturn

    Business Wire – 8:30 AM ET 03/18/2020

    ConocoPhillips (COP) announced today that it is taking several actions in response to the recent oil market downturn. “Our industry is clearly experiencing an unprecedented event brought about by simultaneous supply and demand shocks,” said Ryan Lance, chairman and chief executive officer.

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    Stock market rout doubles pain for energy firms that took shares for deals

    Reuters – 6:00 AM ET 03/16/2020

    Energy investor EnCap Investments pulled off a rarity in the U.S. shale business earlier this month, the $2.5 billion sale of oil producer Felix Energy to rival WPX Energy Inc (WPX), striking a deal at a time when energy mergers have all but dried up.

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    Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

    Reuters – 6:30 AM ET 03/12/2020

    The following bids, mergers, ** Australia's Santos Ltd (STOSF) said it will sell 25% in Darwin LNG and BayuUndan to South Korea's SK E&S for $390 million, months after agreeing to buy ConocoPhillips' (COP) business in the region.

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    Santos to sell 25% of Darwin LNG, Bayu-Undan assets for $390 mln

    Reuters – 2:26 AM ET 03/12/2020

    Australia's Santos Ltd (STOSF) said on Thursday it will sell 25% of the Darwin LNG facility and the Bayu-Undan gas field off Northern Australia for $390 million, months after agreeing to buy ConocoPhillips' (COP) business in the region.

  16. Show article details.

    Australia's Santos to sell 25% stake in assets to SK E&S for $390 mln

    Reuters – 1:27 AM ET 03/12/2020

    Australia's Santos Ltd (STOSF) said on Thursday it will sell 25% in Darwin LNG and BayuUndan to South Korea's SK E&S for $390 million. The deal is conditional on the Australian oil and gas producer's $1.39 billion purchase of ConocoPhillip's northern Australia business.

  17. Show article details.

    U.S. oil company workers make big, bad retirement bet: their own stock

    Reuters – 6:19 PM ET 03/11/2020

    Employees at the largest U.S.

  18. Show article details.

    U.S. oil company workers made a big, bad retirement bet: their own stock

    Reuters – 1:36 PM ET 03/11/2020

    Employees at the largest U.S.

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    Equinor's offshore oil rig infection exposes coronavirus dangers

    Reuters – 11:08 AM ET 03/11/2020

    Equinor (EQNR) reported the oil industry's first coronavirus infection on an offshore installation on Wednesday, highlighting the challenge in preventing contamination for thousands of workers living in the close quarters on rigs and platforms.

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    Big oil faces 'survival mode' payout strategies as prices dive

    Reuters – 6:27 AM ET 03/10/2020

    * Some analysts expect return of scrip dividends. * European companies more resilient than in last price slump. By Ron Bousso and Shadia Nasralla. An oil price plunge means the world's top energy companies will have to review promises to return billions to investors, either by slowing down share buybacks or reintroducing non-cash dividends, analysts said on Monday.

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    COP to announce Q1 earnings (Confirmed)

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    13

    COP ex-Dividend for $0.42 on 02/13/2020

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    04

    COP announced Q4 earnings.

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