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Corporate week in brief: US reneges on Paris Agreement, but clean energy is here to stay

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Lead stories: President Trump to withdraw the US from Paris Agreement; mounting investor pressure on oil and gas companies to declare portfolio risks around climate change and peak oil demand Macro: Brent continues to slide; another grim week for oil and gas shares Companies: BP bolsters long-term supply to Atlantic LNG; Husky unveils revamped five-year plan; Rosneft and BP take aim at Gazprom’s gas export monopoly; Eni sanctions Coral FLNG M&A: Shell to acquire Chevron's Trinidad business; Apache sells non-core oil assets in Western Canada; Denbury acquires interest in Salt Creek

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  • Macro: Brent, oil and gas shares
  • Lead story: US withdraws from Paris COP21 as investor sentiment to carbon risk hardens
  • Companies: BP, Rosneft, Eni, Husky
  • M&A: Shell, Apache, Denbury
  • Other: Ensco, Atwood Oceanics

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