and thus will not make or break BP’s ability to grow cash flows and shareholder distributions in the coming years. Whereas TNK -BP (the company ' s former joint venture in Russia) paid BP at least $1.4 billion in annual cash dividends during 2008-12
Teekay Tankers Ltd ( TNK ) declares $0.03/share quarterly dividend , in line with prior. Forward yield 2.86%. Payable July 31; for shareholders of record July 18; ex-div July 16. Post your comment!
Top (after-hours) gainers, as of 5:15 p.m.: IRM +22.0% . TNK +4.7% . MNR +4.3% . WRE +4.0% . CAMP +3.6% . Top losers, as of 5:15 p.m.: BBBY -7.3% . MLHR -6.1% . MWV -5.9% . STNG -4.1% . CACI -3.3% . Post your comment!
Gainers: FLML +21% . CARA +18% . KMX +17% . FRO +17% . EVK +14% . GNCA +13% . CNAT +13% . ATV +12% . AKBA +11% . TNK +11% . Top 10 Losers: OTC:PVCT -13% . MACK -13% . CLRX -12% . HERO -12% . EMES -11% . NGLS -11% . RSH -11
hand, the rights of minority shareholders can be of little concern. In early 2013, state-owned oil firm Rosneft purchased TNK -BP from majority shareholders which included BP and a consortium of Russian businessmen. However, this buyout was not extended
LONDON/MOSCOW, June 10 (Reuters) - A vehicle to reinvest nearly $14 billion earned by two Russian billionaires from their stake in TNK -BP will be headed by Jonathan Muir, who as the oil venture's...
compliance spending. Finally, BP outlined its reasons for investing $1 billion in Rosneft's IPO. This share purchase increases BP's rapport with Rosneft, paving the way for additional energy partnerships between Rosneft and TNK -BP.
generating operating cash flow of $30 billion to $31 billion in 2014 if oil is $100 per barrel (2011: $22.5 billion including TNK -BP). This is largely to be driven by the start-up of multiple new projects as well as rebounding volumes from legacy fields
this is possible is supported by other Russian players such as TNK -BP, which have proved returns can be world-class without ..... pretty sure Hess' Russian oilfields aren't nearly as good as TNK -BP's, but it still seems possible that Samara-Nafta's
news that the company will soon begin an $8 billion share repurchase program with the proceeds it just received from divesting TNK -BP. This is roughly $3 billion more than we were expecting from management's previous commentary on the subject. We sense