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BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St...Refiner Tesoro Corp. has received formal approval from antitrust regulators to buy a BP Plc refinery in southern California for more than $2 billion without requiring any asset sales.
Tesoro Corp. agreed to buy BP PLC's Southern California refining and marketing business for about $2.48 billion, allowing BP to focus on its three northern U.S. refineries. Tesoro said the purchase will enhance its efficiency. "Given Tesoro's
Oil company BP says it has agreed to sell its refinery in Carson, California and other West Coast assets to Tesoro Corp. BP said Monday that Tesoro is paying $2.5 billion cash for the refinery, pipelines, storage terminals and Arco-branded retail
Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft has signaled its interest in acquiring BP's share in its Russian joint venture TNK-BP. BP is now being courted by two potential buyers as TNK-BP's Russian shareholders recently
Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft has signaled its interest in acquiring BP's share in its Russian joint venture TNK-BP. Rosneft said in a statement Tuesday morning that it has informed BP of its interest in acquiring its stake in the firm.
The stock still trades more than 20% below its price on April 20, the tragic night in which the company's world virtually tumbled into the Gulf of Mexico. RDS-B ) shares have climbed about 27%, and the price of a barrel of light sweet crude oil
Get Quote ] buying BP Plc's Vietnam gas fields when the British energy firm's chairman, Carl-Henric Svanberg, and newly appointed chief executive, Robert Dudley, visit India [ Images ] next week. Videsh [ Images ] Limited, overseas investment arm of
BP says it has agreed to sell its oil and gas exploration business in Colombia for $1.9 billion to a consortium of Ecopetrol, Colombia's national oil company, and Talisman of Canada. The deal announced Tuesday is the latest in BP'
BP 39.42 , +0.95 , +2.47% ) said Tuesday it has agreed to sell its oil and gas exploration business in Colombia to a consortium of Ecopetrol, Colombia's national oil company, and Talisman of Canada. The two companies will pay BP a total of $1.9