Oleary, Christoplier
May 2003
Investment Dealers' Digest;5/12/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 19, p36
Trade Publication
This article presents information related to developments in the investment banking sector of the U.S. as of May 12, 2003. TotolFinaElf said it will streamline its name to Total. The French oil super-power, which is the end result of a series of mergers involving Elf Aquitaine, Total and Pertofina SA, also reported a 48 percent increase in profits for quarter one.Exxon Corp. and its joint-venture partner, Nigeria's state-owned oil company, have halted output totaling about 95,000 b/d of condensate, and 45,000 b/d of natural gas liquids.Deutsche Bank AB received a license from the FERC to begin trading electricity in the U.S. Deutsche joins the ranks of other banks that have become major energy traders in the past year, including Goldman Sachs & Co., which bought the trading books of Dynegy Inc. and El Paso Corp. in March 2003.


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