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VEB.RF, Gazprombank, Sberbank to finance Udokan copper project
18 February 2019

Pertamina seeks financing for Balikpapan expansion
18 February 2019

JTB gas field RFP launched
18 February 2019

Trafigura 'halts oil trade with Venezuela'
18 February 2019

Indian Oil Corp signs $1.5bn US crude import contract
18 February 2019

DMCC Coffee Centre opens to drive new trade through Dubai
18 February 2019

UK trade finance challenger bank Diaspora preps for flight
18 February 2019

Petropavlovsk says IRC facility refinanced
15 February 2019

Mexico's Pemex scouts market for up to $7bn in bank debt
15 February 2019

FBI 'investigating top Vitol executives in Americas'
15 February 2019

Trafigura's Puma Energy 'to restructure, sell assets'
15 February 2019

Africa's Gold Fields profit slumps as production drops
15 February 2019

Petrobras to pay $940m to end Whale Park dispute
15 February 2019

APLNG gets margin cut on recirculated refi
14 February 2019

SBM Offshore seals new $1bn RCF
14 February 2019

Soyven: Soybean counting
Soyven: Soybean counting
Oliver Gordon
14 February 2019

In late 2018 HSBC structured a multi-jurisdictional import financing that inaugurated a rare joint venture between ADMC and Cargill in the Egyptian soybean sector.

Shell proposes $2bn Crux gas field project
14 February 2019

Barrick Gold posts $1.2bn quarterly loss, sees cost rising in 2019
14 February 2019

VAKT appoints Etienne Amic as new CEO
14 February 2019

Jan Steenkamp appointed MD of Kropz’s Elandsfontein phosphate mine
14 February 2019

Australia's Newcrest Mining profit surges to US$237m
14 February 2019

Roxgold to buy the Seguela Gold Project in Cote d'Ivoire
14 February 2019

South32 posts 18% rise in half-year profits to $642m
14 February 2019

Teck Resources: Q4 profit drops amid lower copper, zinc and oil prices
14 February 2019

Credit Suisse bonuses hit by commodity finance deal loss
13 February 2019

S&W breakfast briefing: Treading carefully over sanctions
S&W breakfast briefing: Treading carefully over sanctions
Ross Crear
13 February 2019

In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester’s Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partner Geoffrey Wynne assesses the vulnerability of trade and commodity finance to money laundering while stepping into the sanctions minefield by examining their increased use as a political tool.

Legal battle for control of Djibouti ports comes to Hong Kong
13 February 2019

Vitol plans liquefied petroleum gas foray in Kazakhstan
12 February 2019

Mandalay raises C$60m to stabilise liquidity position
12 February 2019

Great Panther shareholders OK Beadell acquisition
12 February 2019

EAM agrees deal with Tibet Huayu Mining for Ethiopia projects
11 February 2019

Chevron: Pierre Breber named as vice president and chief financial officer
11 February 2019

Adnoc awards $1.36bn contract for Ghasha offshore concession
11 February 2019

Petrobras extends FPSO agreement with Teekay
11 February 2019

RioZim again suspends production over dollar payments
11 February 2019

Cleveland-Cliffs: 2018 net income hits $1.1bn
11 February 2019

US House panel passes bill targeting OPEC oil supply cuts
8 February 2019

Kirkland & Ellis, Latham & Watkins both boost energy practices
8 February 2019

US opens probe into Brazilian oil bribery scheme
8 February 2019

Vast Resources appoints Paul Fletcher as new chief financial officer
8 February 2019

First Quantum signs $2.7bn term loan and RCF
7 February 2019

Bolivia picks Chinese partner for $2.3bn lithium projects
7 February 2019

Ascendant Resources receives $35m OPIC loan to finance El Mochito mine expansion
6 February 2019

Aluminium Dunkerque: The shape of deals to come?
Aluminium Dunkerque: The shape of deals to come?
Oliver Gordon
6 February 2019

Liberty House’s recent Aluminium Dunkerque deal is both its first syndicated bank acquisition financing and a novel de-risked structure that includes a syndicated commodity price hedging agreement for the smelter. Given Liberty's expansion plans, it is unlikely to be a one-off.

Exxon Mobil and Qatar greenlight $10bn Golden Pass project
6 February 2019

Rob Atkinson to join Newmont Mining as COO
6 February 2019

Mining future looks bullish despite concerns
6 February 2019

The risk outlook for African mining
The risk outlook for African mining
Dr. Robert Besseling
5 February 2019

South Africa's President Ramaphosa has an opportunity to demonstrate his anti-corruption credentials ahead of this year’s elections by appointing a new board at the state pension fund. However, a dilution of political control over the money manager is unlikely, as the fund needs to act as a ‘last line of defence’ against any massive asset sell-offs in case of a much-vaunted triple-junk credit rating downgrade.

Keliber appoints financial advisers for equity raise
5 February 2019

State Gas appoints adviser for takeover bids
5 February 2019