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Beach Energy and Mitsui E&P Australia have signed a five-year gas supply agreement with Mid-West LNG Pty Ltd to process more gas from Waitsia Stage One at its Xyris Production Facility near Dongara.
De aandelenbeurs in Tokio boekte dinsdag een kleine winst. Vooral de oliebedrijven wisten de aandacht op zich gericht dankzij de duurdere olie. De olieprijzen bereikten het hoogste niveau in jaren na het vastlopen van de gesprekken van oliekartel OPEC en zijn bondgenoten over een verhoging van de olieproductie. De zorgen over de snelle opmars van de Delta-variant van het coronavirus in de regio hielden de koerswinsten daarbij beperkt.De toonaangevende Nikkei in Tokio eindigde uiteindelijk 0,2 procent in de plus op 28.643,21 punten. Inpex, de grootste olieproducent van Japan, klom bijna 2 procent nadat de prijs van een vat Brentolie voor het eerst sinds 2018 tot boven de 77 dollar steeg. Zwaargewicht SoftBank toonde wat herstel en won 1 procent. De techinvesteerder verloor een dag eerder ruim 5 procent door zorgen over de hardere aanpak door Peking van Chinese technologiebedrijven, waarin SoftBank grote belangen heeft.De Chinese beurzen verloren terrein. De hoofdindex in Shanghai noteerde tussentijds 0,9 procent in de min en de Hang Seng-index in Hongkong daalde 0,7 procent.
Oil and gas company Beach Energy may face a shareholder class action for potentially misleading the market over its rosy projections of Western Flank oil reserves.
Mid-West LNG, a unit of Clean Energy Fuels Australia, has signed a five-year gas supply agreement (GSA) with Beach Energy and Mitsui E&P Australia.
Australian shares looked set to snap a four-day winning rally on Wednesday as blue-chip miners dragged and a rise in domestic coronavirus cases sparked fears of a snap lockdown in the state of Victoria. The S&P/ASX 200 index fell 0.23% to 7,098.6 points by 0024 GMT, a retreat from Tuesday''s two-week closing peak. The benchmark closed 0.98% higher in the previous session. Australia''s second-most populous state of Victoria recorded six new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, after an infected person was among about 23,400 people who attended a football match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground during the weekend. Heavyweight Aussie miners tumbled 0.9% as China''s warning against hoarding and speculation kept market participants on the edge and pressured iron ore prices. The country''s mining triumvirate, BHP Group, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals, all tumbled over 2% each. Local energy stocks dived 1%, even as oil prices moved a shade higher overnight. Sector heavyweights, Worley Ltd fell 1.8%, followed by Beach Energy Ltd, losing 1.4%.
Blockport (CURRENCY:BPT) traded 1.4% lower against the US dollar during the 24 hour period ending at 0:00 AM ET on May 10th. Blockport has a market cap of $2.23 million and approximately $31,678.00 worth of Blockport was traded on exchanges in the last 24 hours. One Blockport coin can currently be bought for about $0.0386 
Beach Energy Ltd led losses as it plunged 24% after slashing reserve estimates and earnings outlook following a review of declining output at its Western Flank field in South Australia.
01 Mar 2021 - It has been a positive day of trade for the ASX. After opening in the black the local bourse managed to close 1.7% higher, that’s 116 points up, to finish at 6,790. Austal (ASX:ASB) shares rose on a new US navy contract. Fortescue Metals Group (ASX:FMG) shares dropped lower today. Senex Energy (ASX:SXY) has completed the sale of its Cooper Basin business to Beach Energy.
27 Jan 2021 - Beach Energy's (ASX:BPT) quarterly sales volumes were down 8 per cent to 6,444 Kilobarrel Of Oil Equivalent on the prior quarter and 3 per cent on the prior corresponding quarter.
Former UBS head of energy and utilities research is making his way back to the sell side.
Perth-based Red Sky Energy is raising $4 million to purchase Beach Energy’s stake in the Killanoola oilfield, in South Australia’s Otway Basin.
Brisbane-headquartered Senex Energy will exit South Australia’s Cooper Basin after more than 20 years, with its assets to be sold to Beach Energy for $87.5 million.
Beach Energy says it will defend a lawsuit claiming it abruptly terminated a $US65 million drilling contract with US-based Diamond Offshore Drilling.
Diamond Offshore sued Australian oil and gas producer Beach Energy Ltd for abruptly terminating a $65 million drilling contract…
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