Exxon Mobil reports huge 2020 loss as changes draw mixed reviews

Exxon Mobil closed the books on a terrible 2020, reporting losses in the fourth quarter and the full year in the wake of lower oil prices amid the COVID-19 crisis

Shell raises dividend as retail boost drives confidence

Royal Dutch Shell raised its dividend after easily beating quarterly profit forecasts and outlined plans to shrink its oil and gas operations as it presses forward with a transition to low-carbon energy

BP swings back to profit, epidemic uncertainty weighs

BP swung back to a small profit in the third quarter but warned the pace of recovery from the pandemic remains uncertain and continued to weigh on fuel demand and refining profits

YPF posts record Q2 loss on pandemic hit

Argentine state oil company YPF stated it posted a net loss of 1.165 billion dollars in the second quarter of the year, its worst quarterly loss on record, due to the negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic

Saudi Aramco’s profit plunges

State oil giant Saudi Aramco’s profit plunged 73% in the second quarter of the year, as a slump in energy demand and prices due to the coronavirus crisis hit sales at the world’s biggest oil exporter

Exxon posts second straight quarterly loss on demand, price plunge

Exxon Mobil Corp reported a $1.1 billion second-quarter loss on sharply lower energy demand and prices from the COVID-19 pandemic, and confirmed plans to make deeper spending cuts

Shell dives to USD18.1B loss on virus-hit oil market

Royal Dutch Shell posted a colossal net loss of USD18.1 billion for the second quarter, blaming massive asset writedowns on the coronavirus-hit oil market, and flagged that job cuts are on the way

Mexico’s Pemex narrows losses in second quarter, but debt rises

Mexico’s Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) reduced losses during the second quarter even as crude prices fell during the coronavirus pandemic, the national oil company said

Repsol posts loss as COVID-19 sours oil outlook

Spanish oil and gas firm Repsol posted a quarterly net loss and wrote down $1.5 billion in assets as it revised down unusually high expectations for oil and gas prices over the next 30 years

Petrobras books steep loss amid ‘worst crisis in 100 years’

Brazil’s state-run oil company reported a steep net loss for the first quarter of the year and warned more heavy losses were on the horizon because of the coronavirus pandemic