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BP To Sell Five Southern African Marketing Businesses To Puma Energy: BP is Divesting its Non Core Assets

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  • December 2010
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BP p.l.c. (BP) entered into an agreement to sell its fuels marketing businesses in Namibia, Botswana and Zambia, to Puma Energy International B.V. (Puma Energy), a mid-stream and downstream oil company. In addition, BP has also agreed to sell i...

PBF To Acquire Toledo Refinery From Sunoco: PBF Diversifying its Business

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  • December 2010
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PBF Holding Company LLC, (PBF) a wholly owned subsidiary of PBF Energy Company LLC., and its subsidiary Toledo Refining Company LLC, (Toledo), entered into an agreement to acquire the 170,000 barrel per day (bpd) Toledo, Ohio refinery and relat...

BP Plans To Sell Carson And Texas City Refineries: The Company’s Move To Reshape Its Downstream Business

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  • March 2011
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BP p.l.c. (BP) intends to sell both the Texas City refinery and the Carson refinery, together with its associated integrated marketing business in southern California, Arizona and Nevada. The sale also includes the assets associated with the Ca...

ADNOC Distribution to Acquire 74 Fuel Stations from Emarat - Emarat to Hand Over Fuel Stations to Reduce Losses Due to Subsidized Retail Fuel Prices

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  • August 2012
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ADNOC Distribution, a distributor of petroleum products and a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), agreed to acquire 74 fuel stations from Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat), a supplier of liquefied petroleum gas.

BP To Sell Five Southern African Marketing Businesses To Puma Energy: BP is Divesting its Non Core Assets

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  • December 2010
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BP p.l.c. (BP) entered into an agreement to sell its fuels marketing businesses in Namibia, Botswana and Zambia, to Puma Energy International B.V. (Puma Energy), a mid-stream and downstream oil company. In addition, BP has also agreed to sell i...

PBF To Acquire Toledo Refinery From Sunoco: PBF Diversifying its Business

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  • December 2010
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PBF Holding Company LLC, (PBF) a wholly owned subsidiary of PBF Energy Company LLC., and its subsidiary Toledo Refining Company LLC, (Toledo), entered into an agreement to acquire the 170,000 barrel per day (bpd) Toledo, Ohio refinery and relat...

BP Plans To Sell Carson And Texas City Refineries: The Company’s Move To Reshape Its Downstream Business

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  • March 2011
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BP p.l.c. (BP) intends to sell both the Texas City refinery and the Carson refinery, together with its associated integrated marketing business in southern California, Arizona and Nevada. The sale also includes the assets associated with the Ca...

ADNOC Distribution to Acquire 74 Fuel Stations from Emarat - Emarat to Hand Over Fuel Stations to Reduce Losses Due to Subsidized Retail Fuel Prices

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  • August 2012
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ADNOC Distribution, a distributor of petroleum products and a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), agreed to acquire 74 fuel stations from Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat), a supplier of liquefied petroleum gas.

Bi-annual Downstream Deals Review – H2 2017

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  • January 2018
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GlobalData's “Bi-annual Downstream Deals Review – H2 2017” report is an essential source of data and trend analysis on M&A (mergers, acquisitions, and asset transactions) and financings (equity/debt offerings and PE/VC), in the downstre...

August Refined Products Forecast

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  • August 2013
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Gasoline demand is surprisingly strong in our latest forecast, due more to data revisions than to changes in consumer behavior. Official data often change like that – without warning and quite unexpectedly, making the analyst’s job fraught with...

Downstream Regulatory Quarterly Outlook - Mexico Moves towards Energy Liberalization

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  • September 2013
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A cross section of regulatory reports across all sectors in the downstream universe. Includes analysis on biofuels, financial, safety, product specifications, legislation and other issues germane to the global refined products business.

Monthly Refined Products Forecast - Refinery Throughput Rises to Unprecedented Levels

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  • September 2013
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Oil product demand growth was held hostage by outside forces in late August/early September as issues regarding Syria’s use/non-use of chemical weapons in its ongoing civil war pushed crude oil prices to their highest levels in more than two-ye...

Global Refining Capital Expenditures Forecast to 2020: Middle East to Witness Highest Spending by 2020

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  • July 2014
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Report provides an overview of the forecast increases, on an annual basis, of the global and refining crude distillation unit (CDU) expansions and associated capital expenditures between 2015 and 2020. The report provides details on the type of...

Third Quarter 2014 Regulatory Outlook

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  • July 2014
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Report reflects key actions undertaken by Governmental Agencies impacting the current and future oil environment. These rulings / adjustments to existing regulations could impact trade flows and / or impact project timing with an impact on Capi...

US Export Policies Adapting to Changing Crude Oil Supply

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  • July 2014
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The regulation for prohibiting crude exports in the US was enacted 1975 under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act during the height of the Oil Embargo by OPEC against the US. This law made sense as domestic production was declining and the U...

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