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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

Mining

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. Lidongo beckons for Soco

    By Mark Robinson , 29 August 2014

    Soco exceeded expectations with its B/C share scheme pay-out, while drilling in the Republic of Congo offers potential exploration upside.

  2. Hunting shrugs off deep freeze

    By Mark Robinson , 28 August 2014

    RESULTS: Hunting boosted first-half profits despite extremely wintry conditions in North America.

  3. Orders up by a third at Cape

    By Mark Robinson , 28 August 2014

    Oil services group Cape met expectations with dull interim results, but should benefit from recent contract wins and acquisitions in the second half

  4. Antofagasta cranks up its pay-out

    By Mark Robinson , 27 August 2014

    Markets may have moved against Antofagasta, but the Chilean copper miner still felt able to increase its interim pay-out by nearly a third.

  5. Cash conversion key for Petrofac

    By Mark Robinson , 27 August 2014

    A mixed outlook for Petrofac at the half-year mark despite record order books

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