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Hedging its bets

20 September 2005 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

Some smaller oil companies are hedging production to justify highly priced acquisitions. That lets them outbid more conservative rivals. So far, the majors haven t followed suit. But if the oil price keeps rising, and reserves keep falling, they’ll have to be more aggressive.

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