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March 4, 2014
14:00 EDTWOPEY, NBLIsraeli tax levy on Leviathan field could endanger Woodside deal, Globes says
Israel's Finance Ministry will recommend that the country's government levy a higher tax on gas exports than sought by Australian energy company Woodside (WOPEY), according to Globes. Woodside has tentatively agreed to buy a 25% stake in Israel's Leviathan gas field, but the company's CEO told an Australian newspaper that the deal could collapse, Globes stated. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could still intervene on the tax issue, Globes added. Noble Energy (NBL) has a 39.66% stake in Leviathan. Its stake is expected to drop to 30% if the deal with Woodside is completed. Reference Link
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September 28, 2015
07:25 EDTNBLJohnson Rice to hold a conference
2015 Johnson Rice Energy Conference is being held in New Orleans, Louisiana on September 28-30.
September 25, 2015
16:23 EDTNBLNoble Energy announces Cheetah exploration results offshore Cameroon
Noble Energy announced that the Cheetah exploration well in the Tilapia license offshore Cameroon reached the targeted Cretaceous interval and is being plugged and abandoned. The well encountered both crude oil and natural gas shows in multiple non-commercial reservoir sands. Results from the well are being integrated into the Company's geologic modeling for the remaining prospectivity in the Tilapia license. The rig, which drilled the Cheetah well to a total depth of approximately 13,320 feet, will be released at the completion of well operations. Noble Energy operated the Cheetah well with a 47% participating interest.

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