23 February 2011 16:27 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS)--Oil majors ENI, Suncor, OMV and Total curbed their operations in ?xml:namespace>
Brent crude prices rose by more than $3/bbl on Wednesday, moving above $109/bbl, over concerns that
In a statement, Canada-based Suncor said: “Employees remaining in
“Suncor remains committed to taking any necessary action to ensure our people’s safety. We are maintaining contact with our people in
Suncor became an oil producer in
However, 34 ENI employees would remain in Libya, some at operating plants and others in
BASF’s energy unit, Wintershall, said most of its international employees had now left troubled
“Apart from a small core team, most Wintershall employees from
Wintershall said it would decide on a return of its employees depending on developments in
France's Total suspended some operations, according to media reports. Officials from Total were not immediately available for comment.
According to the International Energy Administration (IEA), Europe receives over 85% of
With additional reporting by ICIS bureaux in
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