Vivo Energy aims to pay dividends if rebound continues

Fuel company is starting to see a recovery from the lockdown on its pan-African business

Vivo profit slumps as Covid-19 hits fuel sales

Fuel-station operator’s volumes fall 40% in April during Covid-19 lockdowns

Cairn Energy sells Senegal interests to Russia’s Lukoil

Shares rise as the oil and gas producer says it will pay at least $250m as a special dividend

Repsol writes down $1.5bn in assets as Covid-19 saps demand

The Spanish energy firm said the writedown is based on lower oil price assumptions for 2020 and 2021 of $43 and $49 a barrel, respectively

Delay in getting Sasol’s Lake Charles unit working

The group says the low-density polyethylene plant is now expected to be in operation by the end of October

Baker Hughes posts second-quarter loss amid oil price volatility

The oil producer expects North American drilling and completions spending to be down 50% compared to 2019

Energy firms moving apace with emissions cuts

As the UK and France set laws for carton neutrality by 2050, oil and gas firms are getting ahead of the curve

Halliburton surges as deep cost cuts counter shale slump

Fracking behemoth says it's charting a 'fundamentally different course' after firing thousands of workers and slashing its dividend

Russia’s Gazprom swings to hefty loss as gas sales fall

Lower gas sales in Europe —Gazprom's key market — and sharply weaker rouble hit the Russian energy company's earnings

RMB partners with black-owned renewable energy firm Pele Green Energy

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Q&A: Sasol’s joint venture is focused on growth

South American company Enaex has acquired 51% of Sasol’s explosives business and is hungry for market share

Renergen helium find could be world’s largest

The company's Free State site holds the first and only onshore petroleum production right in SA

Sasol sells its stake in troublesome Nigerian plant to Chevron

The embattled energy group is in the midst of a $2bn asset disposal programme

Pandemic hammers all parts of Shell’s business

Energy company’s dire second quarter threatens to have a long-lasting effect

BP sells petrochemical business to Ineos for $5bn

Energy group says the sale will strengthen its balance sheet and deliver its divestments target a year earlier than planned

Kibo secures R22m for African power projects

Kibo, which trades on the JSE and London’s AIM, will use the funds to address acute power shortages in Mozambique and Tanzania

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