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Corporate week in brief: Qatar geopolitical tensions – who’s exposed?

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Report summary

Lead stories: Qatari geopolitical tensions escalate. Macro: Brent falls to US$48/bbl; Wood Mackenzie downgrades long-term oil price forecast; ExxonMobil and Chevron outperform in a mixed week for oil and gas equities. Companies: partnership tensions rumble on in Senegal; PTTEP suffers another production setback. Exploration: Statoil and Total build ultra-frontier exploration inventories. M&A: Encana sells Piceance tight gas assets; Centrica exits western Canada.

Table of contents

  • Macro: Brent, oil and gas shares
  • Lead story: Qatar geopolitical tensions
  • Companies: Woodside, PTTEP
  • M&A: Encana
  • Exploration: Statoil, Total

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