Tesoro to Buy Refiner In a $4.1 Billion Deal -- WSJ

Tesoro Corp. will buy Western Refining Inc. for $4.1 billion, a deal that will create one of the largest fuel processors in the Western U.S. and expansion possibilities in a business that has been tested in the past year. (published 0732 GMT)

Oil Futures Extend Falls in Asia Amid Dollar Strength

Oil futures fell in Asia trade Friday on a stronger dollar and amid few signs that major oil producers would be able to come to a deal to limit output. (published 0410 GMT)

Government of Guinea Raises Concerns Over Rio Tinto Consultant Payment

Guinea's mining minister raised concerns over a Rio Tinto PLC probe into payments linked to the massive Simandou iron-ore deposits in the African nation. (published 0049 GMT)

Tesla,SolarCity Merger Gets Shareholder Approval -- 3rd Update

Shareholders of Tesla Motors Inc. and SolarCity Corp. approved Tesla's $2.1 billion all-stock offer to merge and create one company headed by Elon Musk that would sell emissions-free cars and rooftop solar panels that power them. (published 0050 GMT)

Aboitiz Power Unit to Issue PHP4.1 Bln Worth of Bonds

Hedcor Sibulan Inc., a hydroelectric unit of Aboitiz Power Inc., said Friday it will issue 4.1 billion pesos worth of fixed-rate bonds for the redemption of its preferred shares and funding for corporate purposes. (published 0101 GMT)

Huadian Power International: Vice Chairman Chen Jianhua Resigns

Energy firm Huadian Power International Corp. Ltd. said late Thursday vice chairman Chen Jianhua has resigned with immediate effect. (published 0142 GMT)

President Energy Says Argentinean Change in Oil Price Possible in 2017

President Energy PLC confirmed Friday thatunder existing arrangements it expects to continue receiving about $55 a barrel for its production until the end of the year but this could change next year. (published 0714 GMT)

Sirius Petroleum Secures Well Contract with Add Energy Group

Nigeria-focused oil and gas explorer Sirius Petroleum PLC said Friday it has entered into another well management contract with Add Energy Group for a multi-well campaign in Nigeria starting in the first half of 2017. (published 0731 GMT)

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