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BP buys back shares

BP bought back 3,555,000 ordinary shares yesterday at prices ranging from 439.80p to 426.85p apiece for cancellation. At 9:52am: (LON:BP.) BP PLC share price was -2.67p at 436.28p Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

Centrica buys back shares

Centrica bought back 1,100,000 ordinary shares yesterday at an average price of 295.3709p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:41am: (LON:CNA) Centrica PLC share price was -2p at 295p Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

Nighthawk continued focus on driving output growth

Nighthawk Energy’s average gross oil production from all wells in the calendar month of September was 1,804 barrels per day, And teh company says it is averaging 1,931 barrels per day through mid-October, despite the Big Sky 12-11, the Big Sky 14-11 and the Snowbird 9-15 wells each being off line for several days for […]

Mining Sector: DiamondCorp down after Lace workers go on strike

DiamondCorp’s (LON:DCP) shares fell after Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union members went on strike at the company’s Lace diamond project in the Free State province of South Africa. The strike began at 6 o’clock this morning over management’s refusal to employ two full-time salaried shop stewards. The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration has […]

Centrica buys back shares

Centrica bought back 1,100,000 ordinary shares yesterday at an average price of 293.4377p apiece to held in treasury. At 1:01pm: (LON:CNA) Centrica PLC share price was 0p at 295.6p Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

BP buys back shares

BP bought back 3,550,000 ordinary shares yesterday at prices ranging from 436.15p to 431.40p apiece for cancellation. At 9:58am: (LON:BP.) BP PLC share price was -3.85p at 430.4p Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

FTSE falls as Tesco spectre hurts supermakets

FTSE indices stole lower on opening with a flurry of trading statements failing to alleviate the dour pall hanging over the market. Supermarkets and resources stocks were the early stories. Just after the open, the FTSE 100 was down 65.82 points, or 1.03%, to 6333.91, and the FTSE 250 was down 143.33 points, or 0.94%, […]

Chariot drops high risk blocks offshore Namibia

Chariot Oil & Gas has decided not to apply for a new exploration licence in the Northern Blocks 1811A&B, offshore Namibia, as it considers them too high risk. The current licence is due to lapse on 26 October. The Chariot team has analysed significant amounts of proprietary seismic and well data, as well as integrated […]

Egdon notes planning approval for Kiln Lane-1 well

Egdon Resources has noted a release by Europa Oil & Gas advising the granting of planning consent for the Kiln Lane-1 conventional exploration well in Lincolnshire licence PEDL181. Egdon holds a 25% interest. Europa as the operator of PEDL181 said it was “pleased to announce its proposal to drill the Kiln Lane conventional exploration well […]

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