BP, Shell Cautious On Investment As Oil Prices Falter Again

November 2016
Investors Business Daily;11/1/2016, p1
The article reports that the drop in crude prices has led BP PLC to lower its capital expenditure outlook for 2016 and being cautious on 2017, whereas Royal Dutch Shell PLC downgraded its spending outlook for 2017.


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