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Oil and Gas

FTSE 350: Oil services eye US shale boom

With softening demand in the North Sea market likely this year, UK operators in the oil equipment and services sector will increasingly be looking across the Atlantic


FTSE 350: Metals & Mining lose their lustre

For the third consecutive year, metals and mining proved the worst-performing sector in the FTSE 350 - and the outlook for 2014 looks little better

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  1. Smallworld: Rose Petroleum’s ‘supernatural shales’ offer 30-bagger potential

    By Matthew Allan , 15 July 2014

    Rose Petroleum says it is sitting on land that could be worth a staggering $2.4bn (£1.4bn), more than 30 times the company's current market capitalisation

  2. Now UK litigants round on BP

    By Mark Robinson , 10 July 2014

    A legal ruling in Texas will allow UK investors to file compensation claims against BP in the US over the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

  3. Third time’s a charm for Ithaca

    By Matthew Allan , 30 June 2014

    Ithaca Energy has successfully drilled a third development well at its GSA project in the North Sea

  4. Wentworth rolls the dice

    By Matthew Allan , 26 June 2014

    Africa-focused energy explorer Wentworth Resources has begun drilling a high-risk but potentially high-impact frontier well onshore Mozambique

  5. IGas in expansionary mode

    By Mark Robinson , 26 June 2014

    RESULTS: IGas managed to move into profit for 2014, and the recent acquisition of Dart Energy points to further expansion.

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