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Glencore’s Ivan Glasenberg Goes Back to the Deals Table

Energy Journal: Theories Abound About Oil Markets

blogs.wsj.com — Here's your morning jolt of news, insight and analysis on the global energy business. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: andrew.peaple@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning email newsletter By Andrew Peaple OIL BULLS SILENCED BY SHALE AND SAUDI With oil prices slipping lower again on Monday morning, the question is whether oil bulls are now fully in abeyance.

BHP Billiton Considering Secondary Listing in London for Spin-Off Company

online.wsj.com — Mining giant BHP Billiton is considering a secondary listing in London for a new company it is spinning off containing noncore mining assets in commodities including aluminum and manganese.

Energy Journal: Scotland-and Shetland-Decide

blogs.wsj.com — Here's your morning jolt of news, insight and analysis on the global energy business. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: andrew.peaple@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning email newsletter SCOTLAND VOTES If you're in the U.K. today it's hard not to have the Scottish referendum on your mind.

Energy Journal: U.S. Shale Revolution Has Room Left to Run

blogs.wsj.com — Here's your morning jolt of news, insight and analysis on the global energy business. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: andrew.peaple@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning email newsletter U.S. SHALE: THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING The U.S. shale revolution may have plenty of room left to run.

Shell CEO More Concerned if U.K. Leaves EU Than Scottish Independence

online.wsj.com — The chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell PLC said he is more concerned by a potential U.K. exit from the European Union than he is by the prospect of Scottish independence. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron has promised a 2017 referendum on whether Britain remains in the EU if he is re-elected in 2015.

Royal Dutch Shell CEO: Can't Deny Returns Are Too Low

online.wsj.com — NEW YORK-Royal Dutch Shell PLC's new chief executive has an unusual message for the boss of an oil major: He's prepared to see the company shrink, if that boosts returns. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal here, Ben van Beurden said he won't set production-growth targets for the Anglo-Dutch company and would consider reducing Shell's exposure to oil-products.

Anglo American CEO Worried About Outlook for Iron-Ore Market

online.wsj.com — LONDON-Anglo American PLC Chief Executive Officer Mark Cutifani said he's worried about the outlook for the iron-ore market amid a sharp fall in prices and signs that a global supply glut won't abate any time soon. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Cutifani said Anglo would nonetheless press on with its much-delayed Minas-Rio...

Glencore Puts BHP in the Shade

blogs.wsj.com — Glencore PLC Chief Executive Ivan Glasenberg has a nice sense of timing-as befits a successful trader. A day after BHP Billiton PLC disappointed its shareholders by failing to provide them with an expected share buyback, Glencore has said it would return $1 billion to shareholders via a buyback of its own.

Digging Into BHP Billiton’s Cash Conundrum

blogs.wsj.com — Just how strong does BHP Billiton's balance sheet need to be? According to the company, it's not yet robust enough for it to launch a share buyback, even though investors had hoped a return of around $3 billion announced along with its full year results Tuesday.
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Oct 24, 2014

RT @Simon_Nixon: Cameron ranting at Brussels but UK voters should be ranting at Cameron for agreeing to daft EU budget rules. We pay him to spot this stuff.

Oct 24, 2014

Queen Elizabeth II sent her first personal tweet, except that she sort of didn't on.wsj.com/10rszeD via @WSJD

Oct 24, 2014

EU leaders agree to long-term energy, climate change targets on.wsj.com/1tg6JGI via @WSJ

Oct 23, 2014

RT @LiannaBrinded: Everyone being a bit harsh about Zuckerberg speaking Mandarin. It's a ridiculously difficult language to master.

Oct 23, 2014

HSBC slashes forecast for iron ore to $85 in 2015 from $105, lowers long-run forecast to $80 from $92.

Oct 23, 2014

Anglo American joins the companies complaining about excess iron ore supply while pumping out yet more iron ore on.wsj.com/1yocx00

Oct 23, 2014

Tesco's numbers don't look good as it investigates an accounting scandal. on.wsj.com/ZOEm5E via @WSJ

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