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February 8, 2013
09:03 EDTCVXChevron says tribunal finds Ecuador in breach of its obligations
Chevron announced that an international arbitration tribunal issued an award finding that the Republic of Ecuador has violated the Tribunalís prior Interim Awards authorized under international law and a treaty between the United States and Ecuador by not preventing the attempted enforcement of a $19B judgment against Chevron. In prior rulings, the Tribunal put the Republic on notice that if Chevronís arbitration ultimately prevails, ďany loss arising from the enforcement of (the judgment) may be losses for which the (Republic) would be responsible to (Chevron) under international law.Ē In its ruling, the Tribunal found that ďNeither disagreement with the Tribunalís orders and awards on interim measures nor constraints under Ecuadorian law can excuse the failure of the (Republic), through any of its branches or organs, to fulfil its obligations under international law imposed by the Treaty, the UNCITRAL Rules and the Tribunalís orders and awards thereunder, particularly the First and Second Interim Awards on Interim Measures.Ē In August 2011, a different international arbitration tribunal convened under the BIT awarded Chevron and Texaco Petroleum $96M, plus interest, in a claim against the Republic of Ecuador related to past oil operations. The Tribunal found that Ecuador's courts violated the BIT and international law through their decade-long delays in ruling on certain commercial disputes between Texaco Petroleum and the Ecuadorian government. A court in the Netherlands has upheld the award and Ecuador has filed a second appeal.
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05:17 EDTCVXChevron sells interest in Caltex Australia
Chevron's wholly owned subsidiary Chevron Global Energy announced that it has entered into an underwriting agreement for the sale of its 50% shareholding in Caltex Australia Limited, or CAL. It is expected that these shares will be sold to a broad range of Australian and global equity market institutional investors. The announcement does not alter Chevronís focus on moving the Gorgon and Wheatstone liquefied natural gas, or LNG, projects towards start-up. Chevron is one of Australiaís largest foreign investors and is the largest holder of natural gas resources in the country.
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06:36 EDTCVXOil surges after Saudis attack Yemen rebels, Reuters reports
The price of West Texas Intermediate oil was up about 4% after Saudi Arabia and other countries bombed Iranian-backed rebel forces in Yemen, according to Reuters. OVerseas stocks fell signficantly following the attacks, the news service noted. Publicly traded oil companies include BP (BP), Chevron (CVX), ConocoPhillips (COP), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) and Total (TOT). Reference Link
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March 20, 2015
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11:11 EDTCVXOPEC sees oil prices to hit U.S. oil output by late 2015, Reuters says
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09:26 EDTCVXAtwood Oceanics Atwood Osprey to be out of service for 30 days due to cyclone
Atwood Oceanics (ATW) announced that its semisubmersible drilling unit, the Atwood Osprey, parted several mooring lines and drifted approximately three nautical miles from its original position during Cyclone Olwyn, which impacted the northwest coast of Australia on March 12. The rig is currently stable with a support vessel in position, and preliminary results indicate minimal damage with an estimated maximum of 30 days out of service time for repairs. No rig personnel were injured in the event. The Atwood Osprey is contracted to Chevron Australia (CVX) and was on location at the Iago 1B well. The well had been shut down and secured in accordance with Chevron's cyclone demobilization procedures and the rig had ballasted down and evacuated all its rig personnel in advance of the cyclone. Atwood Oceanics is coordinating its efforts with Chevron, the Australian offshore regulator and other affected parties.
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