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Blazing gas flares 230 feet into the night sky above Qatar's Ras Laffan Industrial City.
Yes and no. In 2013, fewer big houses were built, but the average size for new homes continued to increase.
Houston-based Endeavour International Corp. reached a settlement over litigation when it backed out of purchasing assets in the Marcellus Shale formation.
Rising demand for more advanced oilfield technology to tap hard-to-reach crude around the world spurred a record first-quarter profit for Schlumberger Ltd. The world's largest oilfield services provider today announced plans to complete a $10 billion share buyback program earlier than expected.
Nissan Motor Co. , after best-ever U.S. sales of Leaf hatchbacks in 2013, plans to offer two years of free public charging for the battery-powered car in its strongest U.S. markets to entice more drivers to buy one.
Join us at the The Houstonian Hotel in Houston, TX, where we will be covering capital sourcing and investment in Houston as well as development across the property types and what to look for in 2014.
Sure, Stanford University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology "have a reputation for churning out revolutionary ideas and battle-tested founders," according to mashable.com, but entrepreneurs hail from good programs at universities across the country, including Brigham Young University.
A former waitress at Cabaret North is suing the nightclub alleging that she was repeatedly raped at knife point by her supervisor.
The University of Texas at Tyler is presenting an opportunity for one UT Tyler student to study for a semester at St. John International University in Italy, Dr. Teresa Kennedy, UT Tyler Office of International Programs executive director, announced.
Real estate transactions involving a seller who is part of a relocation home sale program can be a very daunting process for Houston area homebuyers.
U.S. crude oil rose to near a six-week high on Friday, steered by stronger gasoline demand and a positive consumer confidence report, but gains were capped by profit taking and a declining demand outlook.
Gary Rome, CEO of CurTran, has worked with a team of industrial manufacturing experts and research scientists to commercialize LiteWire, a carbon nanotube technology that can be made at a commercial scale.