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Energy

Oman Oil signs $1.85b loan facility
Oman Oil Co, the sultanate’s state-run oil firm, has completed a $1.85 billion two-part loan deal with a group of mainly international lenders, two sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday, with the cash to be used for general business purposes.
Production at UK’s Laggan-Tormore gas fields delayed to 2015
Britain’s Laggan-Tormore gas condensate fields in the North Sea will start production next year, instead of at the end of this year, operator Total E&P UK told Reuters.
Opec sees lower oil demand growth
In a monthly report on Friday, the Opec trimmed its projection for growth in global demand this year to 1.10 million barrels per day, down 30,000 bpd, citing weaker-than-expected US demand.
Oil and gas deal and story shares
The currency trades last week have all been profitable.
Risks to oil output remain extraordinarily high: IEA
The International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its monthly report that risks to oil production in several regions remained acute.
Egypt budget curbs energy subsidies
Some 40 billion pounds ($5.59 billion) worth of savings were made by curbing planned spending on energy subsidies to 100.3 billion pounds in the next fiscal year, Finance Minister Hany Kadry Dimian told a news conference.
No oil shortage: Opec chief
The Opec is ready to pump extra oil in the event of any supply disruptions caused by Iraq and its biggest producer, Saudi Arabia, can ramp up to capacity if needed, oil officials said on Tuesday.
Oil price, inflation in focus
Investors will be watching a range of data, from German and Japanese consumer prices to first-quarter US GDP, to see how the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, the Bank of England and the Bank of Japan respond.
Opec may keep output ceiling
The Organisation for Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec), whose dozen member nations together supply about one third of the world’s crude, is widely predicted by experts to keep its daily output ceiling at 30 million barrels of oil.
Egypt opens tender to import fuel
The tender would remain open until the first week of June
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