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November 8, 2012
14:41 EDTCOP, RDS.A, XOM, ETPShell, Sunoco to pay $35M to settle groundwater lawsuit
New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney announced that Shell Oil Company (RDS.A) and Sunoco, a unit of Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), will pay $35M to settle pending claims against the companies in a lawsuit initiated in 2003 against refiners and manufacturers of gasoline containing methyl tertiary butyl ether, or MTBE, who supplied New Hampshire with MTBE gasoline. Trial against the remaining defendants is scheduled to begin on January 7, 2013, the AG stated. The remaining defendants are Exxon/Mobil (XOM), Irving Oil, Citgo Petroleum, ConocoPhillips (COP), and Vitol S.A.
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April 17, 2014
17:28 EDTETPEnergy Transfer Partners files to sell 12M common units for holders
17:27 EDTETPEnergy Transfer Partners files $1B mixed securities shelf
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April 16, 2014
18:38 EDTXOMFidelity Contrafund adds to Tesla position, Reuters says
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April 11, 2014
12:42 EDTCOPOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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07:49 EDTCOPConocoPhillips upgraded at Morgan Stanley
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07:17 EDTCOPConocoPhillips upgraded to Equal Weight from Underweight at Morgan Stanley
April 10, 2014
16:00 EDTAOptions Update; April 10, 2014
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11:39 EDTCOPConocoPhillips says plans to deliver double digit returns annually
ConocoPhillips reaffirmed its objective to deliver double-digit returns annually to shareholders at its Analyst Meeting held at the New York Stock Exchange. Members of the company’s executive leadership team outlined ConocoPhillips’ goal to consistently deliver 3%-5% compound annual growth in production and margins, with a compelling dividend, from a diversified, high-quality portfolio. In addition to updating analysts on the company’s investment programs and strong financial performance, ConocoPhillips highlighted its substantial U.S. unconventional position and announced an increase of its estimated resource base in the prolific Eagle Ford play. Based on its prime acreage position and technical knowledge, the company has increased its estimates from 1.8 billion to 2.5 billion barrels of oil in place. Production is also expected to increase from current volumes to more than 250 thousand barrels of oil equivalent a day by 2017. The company also affirmed its five strategic priorities to drive long-term performance: Deliver 3%-5% compound annual production growth; Generate 3%-5% compound annual margin growth over the next several years; Offer a compelling dividend; Focus on improving financial returns; Maintain a relentless focus on safety and execution. Over the next several years, ConocoPhillips plans to execute a disciplined capital program of approximately $16B per year and achieve the company’s organic reserve replacement target of more than 100%.
April 9, 2014
13:38 EDTETPHouse panel backs bill to expedite gas exports, The Hill says
A House subcommittee today approved a bill that would seek to expedite natural gas exports to U.S. allies, according to The Hill. Companies that are looking to export natural gas from the U.S. include Cheniere Energy (LNG), Sempra (SRE), Dominion (D), BG Group (BRGYY), and Southern Union, which is jointly owned by Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) and Energy Transfer Partners (ETP). Reference Link
10:06 EDTXOMOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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April 8, 2014
17:43 EDTXOMExxon Mobil initiated with a Hold at Jefferies
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08:20 EDTCOPConocoPhillips to host analyst meeting
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06:41 EDTETPU.S. can do little to get gas to Europe in short-term, NY Times says
Although U.S. politicians are talking about exporting gas to Europe to reduce the continent's dependency on Russia, America can export little gas to Europe in the short-term, according to The New York Times. Moreover, a facility being built by Cheniere Energy (LNG) is the only plant that has received all of the regulatory approvals necessary to export natural gas, and in 2017 it will only be able to handle one-sixth of the total amount of gas exported by Russia to Europe, the newspaper added. Companies that are looking to export natural gas from the U.S. other than Cheniere include Sempra (SRE), Dominion (D), BG Group (BRGYY), and Southern Union, which is jointly owned by Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) and Energy Transfer Partners (ETP). Gazprom (OGZPY) is Russia's largest natural gas exporter. Reference Link

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