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News For GRA;CVX From The Last 14 Days
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July 29, 2015
14:07 EDTCVXChevron volatility elevated into Q2 and outlook
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13:04 EDTCVXSaudi Arabia to lower oil production after summer, WSJ reports
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06:22 EDTGRAW.R. Grace on track to complete separation into two companies in 1Q16
06:10 EDTGRAW.R. Grace narrows FY15 adjusted EPS to $5.15-$5.25 from $5.05-$5.45
FY15 EPS consensus of $4.67. Narrows FY15 adjusted EBIT to $675M-$685M from $675M-$705M. Narrows FY15 adjusted EBITDA to $815M-$825M from $815M-$845M. The company estimates the currency headwind to Adjusted EBIT to be approximately $60M and to Adjusted EPS to be approximately 55c per share. Backs FY15 adjusted free cash flow of at least $430M, including a favorable impact to 2015 cash flow of approximately $95M, equivalent to $1.30 per share, due to Grace's low cash tax rate.
06:07 EDTGRAW.R. Grace reports Q2 Catalysts Technologies sales $289.3M
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06:06 EDTGRAW.R. Grace reports Q2 adjusted EPS $1.19, consensus $1.17
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July 22, 2015
06:39 EDTCVXEuro, U.S. oil and gas groups to find tough competition in Iran, WSJ says
European and U.S. oil and gas firms drawn to Iran as sanctions lessen can expect not only opportunities, but also Iranian companies offering tough competition or joint ventures, the Wall Street Journal reports. Though no Iran-based companies have the clout of firms such as Exxon Mobil (XOM) or Schlumberger (SLB), companies that can take on engineering tasks are emerging and growing in Iran, the report says. If the Iran nuclear agreement comes into effect and sanctions are lifted against Iran sometime soon, those Iranian companies will be well positioned to compete for tens of billions of dollars worth of service contracts, the report adds. Other publicly traded companies in the space include BP (BP), Chevron (CVX), ConocoPhillips (COP), Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) and Total (TOT). Reference Link
July 15, 2015
06:25 EDTCVXMexican businessmen financing homegrown oil companies, WSJ reports
Several Mexican businessmen, including former Mexican finance minister Pedro Aspe, have started financing or creating homegrown oil companies in Mexico as the country opens its oil industry to competition, the Wall Street Journal reports. The new companies aim not only to compete with Pemex, but also with global oil giants such as Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A), the report says. Mexico will hold three auctions of oil blocks this year, the report adds. Other publicly traded companies in the space include BP (BP), Chevron (CVX), ConocoPhillips (COP), and Total (TOT). Reference Link

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