French oil major Total SA will accelerate dividend growth in a sign of confidence that investment in fast-growing gas and electricity markets will steadily increase cash flow.
Shell shareholders overwhelming rejected a proposal by environmental group Follow This, which asked the oil super major to publish annual targets to reduce carbon emissions.
BP shareholders waved through a reduced pay packet for the company's chief executive Bob Dudley.
Magellan Petroleum shareholders have approved a strategic exchange transaction.
Shareholders of Germany’s largest utility are set to vote on its breakup as some in the investment community question the value in EON SE’s split to focus on renewable energy, networks and retail customers.
Shareholders in Royal Dutch Shell have voted overwhelmingly in favour of chief executive Ben van Beurden’s £4.3million pay packet at the oil giant’s annual general meeting.
Two shareholder-advisory firms recommended investors vote against the Royal Dutch Shell Plc Chief Executive Officer Ben Van Beurden’s pay, saying his bonus is “excessive.” A third adviser said shareholders should give “qualified support.”
Statoil shareholders have approved a dividend of USD 0.2201 per share for the fourth quarter 2015 at the oil giant's annual general meeting.
Sir Martin Sorrell, the boss of advertising giant WPP, has defended his £63 million pay package, insisting “if WPP does well, I do well”.
Embattled Petroceltic has told shareholders to accept a takeover offer as the firm stares down the possibility of being wound-up.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc is under pressure to reward the faith of the more than 80 percent of shareholders who shrugged off the risks from slumping oil prices to back its record acquisition of BG Group Plc.
Oilex has asked its shareholders to vote in support of a capital funding program for work on the Cambay and Bhandut fields and the Canning basin. The company is looking to build on a “growth opportunity” which it says is underpinned by a recent independent reserve classification of gas and light field oil in the region. Managing director Ron Miller has written to shareholders asking for support to make the new investments.