INTRODUCTION Headquartered in Houston, Occidental Petroleum Corporation is the fourth largest U.S. oil and gas exploration and production company based on equity market capitalization with operations in Middle East, North America, North Africa and United States. Occidental Petroleum or “Oxy” mainly operates through three of its subsidiaries, Occidental Oil and Gas, OxyChem and Midstream and Marketing. Oil and Gas Oxy’s oil and gas exploration and production operations are focused on mainly three
Living Up to Ethical and Social Responsibilities: The Case of Occidental Petroleum Corporation Introduction The recent assassination of a U.S. ambassador in Libya and the rampant anti-American sentiments being expressed in other parts of the world is proof positive that many American-based multinational are faced with a hostile operating environment that demands informed and timely responses. Likewise, many multinational corporations are subscribing to calls for "giving back to the community"
Occidental Petroleum Corporation (OXY) is a three segments exploration and manufacturing oil and Gas Company; they operate in the United States, Middle East, North Africa and Latin America (Oxy, 2013). 1920 is when the company first came about operating in the state of California, the company is now headquartered in Houston, Texas. Occidental Petroleum has several divisions that are capable of, cultivating, and producing oil and condensates, natural gas liquids (NGLs) and natural gas. The chlor-alkali
Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) Stabilisation in Investment Contracts and Changes of Rules in Host Countries: Tools for Oil & Gas Investors Peter D Cameron ACIArb PhD (University of Edinburgh), LLB (Joint Honours) (University of Edinburgh) Professor of International Energy Law and Policy CEPMLP, University of Dundee, UK email@example.com FINAL REPORT 5 July 2006 © Copyright Peter D Cameron PDCameron/AIPN/Final Report. 5 July 2006 Table
EVALUATING THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF PIPELINE USEAGE ON THE TEXAS OIL & GAS SUPPLY CHAIN By JASHANDEEP SINGH Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of The University of Texas at Arlington in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements For the Degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON August 2015 Copyright © by Jashandeep Singh 2015 All Rights Reserved Acknowledgements This thesis dissertation is a milestone of my academic career. I would like to express my sincere
statement 5 c. Ratio 6 d. Dupont 7 2. Competitor 7 III. Analysis of company’s stock 8 1. Stock 8 2. Grow rate 8 3. Require rate of return 10 4. Intrinsic value of stock 10 I. INTRODUCTION 1. Main production Occidental Petroleum Corporation (OXY) engages in the
It 's going through a major crisis today, but it is the second largest market in South America.1 — Francisco Gros, CEO, Petrobras João Nogueira Batista, Chief Financial Officer of the Brazilian firm Petrobras, reflected on Gros’s words as he prepared for a Board of Directors meeting in July 2002. The main item on the Board’s agenda was the proposed acquisition of an Argentinean firm, the Perez Companc Group, or Pecom.2 The acquisition would significantly increase Petrobras’s oil and gas production
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