BP boosts dividend even as profit slumps 70% to $2.6 bln

 (Reuters) - BP's (BP.L) second-quarter profit slumped 70% from a year earlier to $2.6 billion, missing forecasts, as refining margins and oil trading income fell, but still allowing the energy giant to boost its dividend by 10%. Rivals Chevron (CVX.N), Exxon Mobil (XOM.N), Shell (SHEL.L) and TotalEnergies (TTEF.PA) have also reported sharp drops in quarterly earnings, hurt by a drop in energy prices from highs... Continue Reading →

Wison’s FLNG FEED Design Earns AIP from ABS

Classification society ABS announced it has granted approval In principle (AIP) to Wison Offshore and Marine’s (WOM) Extended FEED on its standardized 3.5 MTPA floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) design. WOM has said the standardized design reduces CO2 emissions and results in a shortened engineering schedule by about 40%. Jiang Hao, WOM General Manager, FLNG... Continue Reading →

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