An Enoc petrol station in Dubai: the company says it plans to delist Dragon Oil. (Photograph: Ali Haider/EPA)

Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has succeeded in its quest to take control of Irish exploration company Dragon Oil, with the company announcing (...)

Revenues fell by 18 per cent from $547 million to $449.9 million in the six months to the end of June due to lower crude prices.

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An Enoc petrol station in Dubai: the company says it plans to delist Dragon Oil. Photograph: Ali Haider/EPA

Emirates National Oil Co (Enoc) has increased its offer to buy Irish-listed explorer Dragon Oil to 800 pence a share, valuing the business at £4 billi(...)

Enoc said on Friday it was to extend its buyout offer for Dragon from July 30th to August 28th after receiving approximately 14.5 per cent of the issued share capital,

Irish-listed exploration firm Dragon Oil’s largest shareholder has extended its buyout offer for the company after failing to garner sufficient suppor(...)

Elliot said Dragon could increase oil production “meaningfully in excess” of the company’s target of 100,000 barrels of oil per day

Elliott Advisors, whose clients own 3.3 per cent of Dublin-listed Dragon Oil, has become the latest shareholder to publicly stat that the recent buyou(...)

Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc), which owns 53.9 per cent of Dragon, agreed last month to buy the stock in the group it doesn’t already own for 750 pence a share

Irish-listed exploration firm Dragon Oil’s largest shareholder has said it will no longer back payment of dividends to shareholders. Emirates National(...)

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Dragon Oil aims to maintain average daily gross production of around 100,000 barrels for the remainder of 2015. Picture: Getty Images.

Dragon Oil increased its production output in the first half of 2015 to 92,060 barrels (bopd) from 73,440 for the corresponding period last year, the (...)

Irish-listed exploration firm Dragon Oil said gross production for the first half of 2015 increased compared to the same period last year at 92,060 ba(...)