Royal Dutch Shell remains the majority shareholder.
The Sydney company could be worth as much as $3.54 billion.
The French telecom confirms it may shed its EE joint venture in the U.K. and separate out African and Middle Eastern operations.
The Anglo-Dutch group expects proceeds of at least $711 million from the sale of almost a third of Shell Midstream Partners.
London Mining and MMX Sudeste Mineracao file for bankruptcy in the same week.
The 40% owner of the struggling low-cost airline could end up with a 71% stake, while Virgin Australia will take full ownership of Tiger's Australian arm.
A five-month delay until highly regarded executive Lund takes up the reins is seen likely to keep asset disposals at a snail's pace.
The sale of the Shah Deniz holding reflects the Norwegian group's drive to raise proceeds for new projects.
The Arizona seller strikes a $1.8 billion-plus deal for the Candelaria operations as part of its debt-reduction efforts.
Shares in the Anglo-Australian mining group rise sharply as investors anticipate commodities giant Glencore will return to the fray.