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Commodities

Oil and Gas

The boys from the black stuff

COMMODITIES: Some think that Opec delegates seeking assurances on near-term Saudi Arabian production cuts are in for a crude response, as divisions over the current quota strategy intensify

Mining

Athens, Delhi and gold prices

The prospect of a Greek default has left peripheral bond markets untroubled, but are there any portents for the gold market? Mark Robinson launches his inaurgural monthly Commodities column.

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  1. Amerisur signs interconnector deal

    By Mark Robinson , 17 June 2015

    Amerisur has signed a landmark deal for the keenly anticipated Ecuador interconnector.

  2. LekOil gets the nod on Otakikpo

    By Mark Robinson , 17 June 2015

    LekOil has been granted ministerial consent for its acquisition of a 40 per cent stake in the Otakikpo marginal field

  3. Pre-emption pays for Hunting

    By Mark Robinson , 10 June 2015

    Hunting reacted swiftly to the fall-away in crude prices and the group's share price has been bolstered by its pre-emption.

  4. Ithaca profitable at $10 a barrel

    By Mark Robinson , 09 June 2015

    Ithaca has weathered the fall in Brent crude, but a heavy discount on the stock market suggests investors are still wary of North Sea operators

  5. Nighthawk doubles sales

    By Mark Robinson , 02 June 2015

    Nighthawk Energy achieved record production through 2014, but the fall-away in crude prices hit reported profits.

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