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Oil and Gas

FTSE 350: Cheap oil threatens producers

The oil price collapse has prompted drastic action on headcounts and capital projects across an already cost-conscious sector - expect more of the same during the first half of this year


FTSE 350: Industrial metals braced for further weakness

Last year laid bare even the biggest miners' lack of pricing power, but big dividend yields are now flagging value

More resources

  1. Gulf open to offers

    By Mark Robinson , 25 February 2015

    Shares in embattled Gulf Keystone Petroleum rallied strongly on news that the Kurdistan oil and gas producer was in talks with potential suitors.

  2. BHP primed for South32 spin-off

    By Mark Robinson , 25 February 2015

    BHP Billiton has made great strides in paring back costs, but prices for its main commodity products remain in the doldrums.

  3. Petra commits to dividend

    By Mark Robinson , 20 February 2015

    Petra Diamonds has confirmed that it will pay a maiden dividend in 2015 after posting strong half-year figures

  4. Wentworth is just too cheap

    By Mark Robinson , 19 February 2015

    Wentworth's shares have been unfairly savaged by the oil and gas sector rout given the group's long-term fixed-priced contract with the Tanzanian state, which should produce a surge in cash flow over the coming years.

  5. Crunch time at Petroceltic

    By Mark Robinson , 18 February 2015

    Petroceltic shareholders are faced with extraordinary resolutions that could see the removal of chief executive Brian O’Cathain.

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