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The talks include the full range of BP's currently producing assets in the North Sea.
BP is looking to invest in big data to help the oil and gas giant offset weakness in crude prices.
The major oil companies did not seem to know how good they had it.
European stock benchmarks moved sharply higher Wednesday as investors responded to dissipating political risks and a seemingly brighter outlook for the U.S. and economies across Europe.
Ken Feinberg has experience as he was a consultant on compensation for Volkswagen's 2015 emissions scandal.
Oil is still oversupplied, and that glut doesn't look likely to go away any time soon.
Tech, healthcare slide weighs on rest of markets.
Healthcare's slide weighs on rest of markets.
We thought it best to salvage what we can and look to either revisit the position when oil prices stabilize, but at higher levels, or look for other opportunities.
Dudley is reportedly planning an aggressive expansion strategy.
Markets diverge on Wednesday -- the Fed rate hike good, the FANG stocks bad.
The Fed raises rates as markets expected. FANG stocks back in crosshairs.
European stocks were mixed Wednesday as investors responded to concerns over Chinese demand for commodities as well as individual company announcements and a raft of economic figures.
Here's what is sending oil prices higher.
European stocks slumped Monday as technology stocks weighed on benchmarks, after a series of broker downgrades hit sentiment toward the sector and sparked fears of a broader sell off.
Most mining companies are turning to renewable resources, but Glencore says coal demand will grow until 2030.
European benchmarks were roundly higher at the close Friday following what was a volatile session for London, with British politics delivering yet another upset to pundits and pollsters alike.
The Obama administration separated the agency into two entities: one that regulates offshore drilling and one that provides tracts.
Here's what you need to know, now.
Investors are in full wait and see mode.
Stocks wade further into the green on Wednesday afternoon after former FBI director James Comey's prepared testimony is made public.
European stocks were mixed at the close of Wednesday's session ahead of a key date for both the U.K. and eurozone.
Stocks move cautiously higher on Wednesday as investors wait for direction from a number of market-churning events on Thursday and a major selloff in crude kneecaps indexes.
Wall Street largely overlooks a weaker May jobs report than anticipated.