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B. 2016-11-30 Opec countries agree first oil output cut in eight years Austria
C. 2015-01-06 Shell agrees Nigeria oil spill deal Bodo, Nigeria Delta
2014-11-27 Oil prices plunge after Opec meeting Vienna, Austria
E. 2014-10-20 Total oil company CEO dies in Moscow plane crash Vnukovo Airport, Moscow
5. 2013-05-14 Oil companies raided in EU probe European Union
G. 2012-11-28 BP banned from new US contracts Washington
H. 2012-11-15 Gulf spill: BP to get record criminal fine Washington
8. 2012-11-09 Ex-oil executive named archbishop of Canterbury London
9. 2012-10-10 Shell faces Nigeria spill case Netherlands

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Opec countries agree first oil output cut in eight years. Austria Shell agrees Nigeria oil spill deal. Nigeria Delta Oil prices plunge after Opec meeting Map of Vienna Austria


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  Opec countries agree first oil output cut in eight years  Austria: The oil cartel Opec has agreed its first supply cut in eight years in order to boost the price of oil Shell agrees Nigeria oil spill deal Map of Bodo Nigeria  Nigeria Delta: Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to a $84m (55m) settlement with residents of the Bodo community in the Niger Delta for two oil spills   Oil prices plunge after Opec meeting Map of Vienna Austria


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Nov.27
  Austria: The price of oil slumped after the Opec oil producers' cartel decided not to cut output at its meeting in Vienna
Oct.20 Total oil company CEO dies in Moscow plane crash Map of Vnukovo Airport Russia
  The CEO of French oil giant Total SA Christophe de Margerie was killed when his corporate jet collided with a snow removal machine at Vnukovo Airport


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May.14 Oil companies raided in EU probe


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Nov.28   BP banned from new US contracts  Washington: BP has been temporarily suspended from new contracts with the US government, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has said Nov.15 Gulf spill: BP to get record criminal fine
. Washington Nov.9 Ex-oil executive named archbishop of Canterbury. London Oct.10 Shell faces Nigeria spill case. Netherlands Mar.2   BP reaches $7.8bn oil spill deal  Louisiana: BP says it has reached a deal with the largest group of plaintiffs suing the company over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig spill Feb.19   Iran suspends oil exports to Britain and France  Iran's oil ministry announced Sunday that it had stopped crude exports to British and French companies Jan.22 EU poised to ban Iran oil imports Jan.4 Europe moves to ban Iran crude oil  EU member states have agreed in principle to ban imports of Iranian crude oil to put pressure on the country over its nuclear program

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Sep.2 EU agrees Syrian oil import ban
Aug.13 Leak at North Sea oil platform. Scotland Apr.20   BP sues Gulf oil spill companies  United Kingdom: BP is suing Transocean, the owner of the oil rig that exploded in the Gulf of Mexico last year, for $40bn in damages Jan.14   BP and Russia in Arctic oil deal   London: BP has signed a joint venture with energy firm Rosneft to exploit potentially huge deposits of oil and gas in Russia's Arctic shelf

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Dec.15   U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
  Washington: The federal government joined the dozens of lawsuits against BP and several other companies over the massive oil spill, seeking unlimited penalties Nov.2 BP back to profit after oil spill
. England Oct.25 French fuel depots cleared of protesters. France Oct.16 Paris airport fuel running short   France's main airport, Charles de Gaulle, has enough fuel to last only a few days, amid strikes against government plans Oct.15 Panic-buying as French refineries shut. France Oct.14 French strike threatens fuel shortages. France Jul.27 BP ousts CEO Hayward
  United Kingdom: Tony Hayward will step down amid ongoing outrage over the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and will be replaced by American Robert Dudley.    Hayward will receive a year's salary amounting to $1.6 million. Dudley...
Jul.26 BP set to announce record loss  United Kingdom: BP is set to announce a record loss, having set aside an estimated 16bn-19bn to cover the costs of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill BP boss set for 600,000 pension
. London Jul.25 BP boss Hayward 'negotiates exit'. United Kingdom Jul.16 Capped well not leaking, BP says. Louisiana Jul.15 BP says oil has stopped leaking
  Louisiana: BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion
 The well has been sealed with a cap as part of a test that could last up to 48 hours. Obama said the development was a 'positive sign'
Jun.18 BP 'strong despite spill setback'. United Kingdom Jun.17 Congress tells BP ignored oil well dangers. U.S. Congress Jun.16 US Congress set to grill BP chief
  U.S. Congress: Tony Hayward is set to face a grilling, a day after the oil firm agreed a $20bn compensation fund for victims of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout. Washington Jun.12 US urges quicker BP oil strategy. Washington Jun.4 BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf  Louisiana: On day 46 of the oil spill, BP began to siphon oil from the ruptured undersea well to the surface, where it was flowing onto the awaiting drill ship May.29 'Top kill' BP operation to halt oil leak fails  Louisiana: The latest attempt to stop the Gulf of Mexico oil leak has failed, BP chief operating officer Doug Suttles has said May.26 BP says 'top kill' plug going to plan   Louisiana: Nearly four hours after latest attempt, the oil giant's chief executive said he would not know for another 24 hours whether the plan is work... May.23 US warns it may 'push BP aside. Louisiana May.10 Shares and oil prices surge after EU deal. Global May.3 BP vows to clean up Gulf of Mexico oil slick. Louisiana Mar.29 Falklands blow for UK oil company

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Jun.8 Shell to pay $15.5 million to settle claims   Nigeria: Royal Dutch Shell will pay $15.5 million to settle a lawsuit against its Nigerian subsidiary by the family of executed Nigerian environmental...

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Sep.9   Oil falls as Opec ministers meet
  Austria: Brent crude has fallen below $100 for the first time since April, as traders predict Opec will stick to current output levels Saudis: No need to cut OPEC output
. Austria Jun.8 Hauliers on fuel strike. Spain May.30 Europe fuel protests spread wider. Portugal

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Jan.16 BP failed on safety - U.S. panel
. Washington Jan.8   Russia oil row hits Europe supply
  Oil supplies to Poland, Germany and Ukraine have been cut amid a row between Belarus and Moscow.    Transneft's pipeline were completely sh...


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Jan.12   OPEC to raise daily oil output  Austria: On February 1 OPEC will boost oil output target by 1.5 million barrels a day to 24.5 million barrels a day