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Noble Energy, Noble Midstream to transfer listings to Nasdaq

Independent energy company Noble Energy Inc. and its master limited partnership Noble Midstream Partners LP will voluntarily transfer their listings from the NYSE to the Nasdaq Global Select Market, effective after markets close on Dec. 27, according to Dec. 16 securities filings.

Both will start trading as Nasdaq-listed securities on Dec. 30 and retain their ticker symbols — NBL for Noble Energy and NBLX for Noble Midstream.

"Our stock exchange move will allow us to leverage Nasdaq's cutting-edge technology and information in serving our shareholders, while furthering our focus on cost efficiencies throughout the organization," said Noble Energy's Chairman and CEO David Stover.