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  1. "J. Lauritzen AS - Oil & Gas - Deals and Alliances Profile" now available at Fast Market ResearchRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    Lauritzen AS - Oil & Gas - Deals and Alliances Profile" J. Lauritzen A/S is a shipping company. The company provides ocean transport solutions.

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  2. World's largest ship, named after SS criminalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Dear Kitty

    This 8 January 2015 video is about the world's largest ship, the Pieter Schelte , on its way to Rotterdam harbour . Leaders of Jewish communities and Holocaust memorial groups in Britain and the Netherlands have reacted with rage and despair at the arrival in Rotterdam of the world's biggest ship, the Pieter Schelte, named after a Dutch officer in the Waffen-SS.

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  3. New Market Research Report: Office National des Hydrocarbures et des...Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    ... Berkane Block in Morocco Jun 26, 2014: Tangiers Petroleum - Drilling Commences At TAO-1 Well Apr 29, 2014: Chariot Oil & Gas Completion of 3D Seismic Survey Offshore Morocco Mar 18, 2014: Chariot Oil & Gas Award of Mohammedia Reconnaissance Licence, ...

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  4. Matlock 3-0 WittonRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Northwich Guardian

    They were mauled by Matlock, which should prompt more worry among supporters than when they were swept aside by Stourbridge on their previous road trip. They scored at opportune times too; Mo Sabo jabbed in a second goal in the moments before the break, and the excellent Niall McManus made it 3-0 while Witton were changing formation following a substitution.

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  5. Like Fine Wines, These 4 Energy Stocks Get Better With AgeRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    Wine and stocks aren't too different from each other. There are the "trendy" ones that will garner praise and attention until the next big thing comes along -- cough, cough, over-oaked Chardonnay and fuel cell stocks, cough .

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  6. Redwood Coast Petroleum, Inc. - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review - New Market ReportRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    Redwood Coast Petroleum, Inc. is a petroleum product distributor. The company's products include engine oils, diesel, natural gas, synthetic, transmission fluids, gear lubricants, greases, hydraulic oil, machine oil, turbine and circulating oil, metal oil, food-grade oil, coolants, solvents, kerosene and alcohols.

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  7. Jewish groups condemn ship, world's largest, named after Dutch SS officerRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | United Jewish Federation of Tidewater

    European Jewish groups are protesting the name of the world's largest ship, which was named after a Dutch officer in the Nazi Waffen-SS military force. The Pieter Schelte, which docked in Rotterdam in early January, is named after an SS officer convicted of war crimes in World War II, according to the Guardian .

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  8. 3 Things ConocoPhillips Should Do in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    Its stock only lost 1% of its value, which isn't bad considering that the stock did take investors on a wild ride as oil prices dropped nearly 50% on the year. As we look ahead to 2015 there are three things I think the company should do in order to deliver stronger returns in the year ahead.

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  9. Why Chevron's Stock Took a 10% Hit in 2014Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    Energy investors are probably hoping that someone is building a device to wipe out memories so they can forget the performance of energy stocks in 2014. Even though the S&P 500 had one of its better years, gaining more than 12%, shares of energy giant Chevron ( The simple answer to Chevron's woes is to say that oil prices have killed the prospects of this company, which is true to a certain degree.

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  10. Do we benefit from low gasoline prices?Read the original story

    9 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal

    VIEWPOINT By Sudip Rakshit Thunder Bay The New Year brought in a steep drop in gasoline prices in most parts of the world. We have already crossed the price milestone of gasoline at less than $1 a litre.

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  11. Row over fees gives glimpse into Beijing-backed takeoversRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    An arbitration over fees paid between Sinopec Group and its agent on its 2005 bid for a major Kazakhstan oil asset provides rare details about Beijing's intervention in state firms' overseas acquisitions. Photo: Reuters An arbitration over fees paid between Sinopec Group and its agent on its 2005 bid for a major Kazakhstan oil asset that ended up being bought by fellow state-owned China National Petroleum Corp has provided rare details about Beijing's intervention in state firms' overseas acquisitions.

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  12. Korean, Chinese CEOs discuss cooperationRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Korea Herald

    Kumho Asiana Group CEO Park Sam-koo and Chinese vice premier Wang Yang hold a meeting hosted by the Federation of Korean Industries in Seoul on Saturday. South Korean business leaders met with Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang and some 50 Chinese businesspeople to discuss ways to boost cooperation in trade and business between the two countries in Seoul on Saturday.

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  13. World's Largest Ship, Named After Dutch SS Officer, Makes Waves Among JewsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Forward

    European Jewish groups are protesting the name of the world's largest ship, which was named after a Dutch officer in the Nazi Waffen-SS military force. The Pieter Schelte, which docked in Rotterdam in early January, is named after an SS officer convicted of war crimes in World War II, according to the Guardian.

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  14. Divesting America of Ozone-Destroying Energy SourcesRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | OpEdNews

    Long before the price of gas and oil began to plummet, socially conscious churches, universities, non-profit organizations, and local governments began to divest themselves of fossil fuel stock and shock the fossil fuel industry to understand the environmental and public health concerns. The World Council of Churches, which represents about 590 million Christians in 520,000 congregations, decided in July that to continue to hold fossil fuel stock would compromise its ethics, and recommended that the 349 member denominations consider divesting oil and gas stock.

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  15. Why Schlumberger Limited Can't Wait for Halliburton Company to...Read the original story

    10 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    Schlumberger is equally excited for this deal to close, because it sees a big opportunity to grow market share now that it must battle Opportunity with a capital "O" Schlumberger CEO Paal Kibsgaard addressed the merger in comments to analysts during the company's fourth-quarter conference call: If I was going to comment on the transaction, firstly at a high level I would say that the pending transaction first validates what we have been saying all along and that is at scale it is essential to drive performance in the business that we are in. Now from our experience making a large transaction to build and leverage scale, it has a series of challenges and in general everything takes much longer than you initially think.

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  16. Falling oil prices make shale drilling a tough sellRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Philly.com

    ... recent fall in oil prices, many producers are idling drill rigs rather than redeploying them. Some, such as Cabot Oil & Gas Co., a prolific dry-gas producer in northern Pennsylvania, have not yet announced their 2015 capital-spending plans. One ...

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  17. Emirates Steel creates opportunities for downstream manufacturing industriesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | AME Info

    UAE steelmaker Emirates Steel is expanding the range of its wire rod brands following the development of their local industrial users particularly wires for welded mesh, nails, hangers, screws, chain link and gabion fencing, wire nets, barbed wires and binding wires, welding electrodes, nuts, bolts, rivets, PC strands and many other such materials. "Our innovation and continuous improvement will play a major role in creating clean and consistent quality wire rod products," said HE Saeed G Al Romaithi, Emirates Steel CEO.

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  18. Super Mario Finally Comes To The RescueRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    After 2 years of telling the world he had the will to use all of his arsenal, ECB President Mario Draghi finally delivered on promises to stimulate the European economy. The initiation of European Quantitative Easing may not, however, be a catalyst for further moves higher in the US equity markets.

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  19. Oil survey plan off Balearics in hot water over fish fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | AlertNet

    A meagre swims in a cage in Port Andratx on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca, May 8, 2012. Some 3,000 meagres have been released into Mediterranean Balearic waters every year since 2008 to reintroduce the fish species after it disappeared from the area more than 50 years ago.

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  20. Air monitor in Texas fracking-boom country is up and soon to track pollutionRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | McClatchy

    The first air monitor in the heart of the fracking-intensive Eagle Ford Shale region of south Texas has been installed and will be in operation following calibration tests to assess its accuracy. The 40-foot-by-40-foot monitor that looks like a cargo trailer with antennas was set in place on the grounds of the Karnes County courthouse on the main street of Karnes City last month by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

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