Shareholders prioritized as big oil’s first quarter earnings slump, says GlobalData

Shareholders Prioritized as Big Oil’s First Quarter Earnings Slump

Crowley

Earnings of major international oil and gas producing companies have suffered in the first quarter of 2020 resulting from weaker product demand and lower realized oil and gas prices. Despite a depressed outlook for 2020, big oil remains committed to dividend payments as shareholders are prioritized, says GlobalData, a leading…

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