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TAG: OIL

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Energy January 13, 2016

Energy Mexico brings energy to the next level

A new business era has begun in Mexico. Two years after the so-called energy reform ended the state monopoly that ruled for 70 years, private sector companies are getting ready to seize all the opportunities...
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Energy October 27, 2015

Hunting a diversified future

United World talks with Barbara Bruce, President and General Manager of Hunt Oil Company in Peru, about the country’s growth, her company’s strategy, and the future for the US-based oil...
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Energy July 21, 2015

Re-energizing the oil industry

With investments returning to Sudan’s oil industry, the country could soon become one of the largest oil exporters in Africa once again
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Finance June 17, 2015

Financial sector on firm footing to weather oil-price storm

The kingdom’s economy has faced recent turmoil with volatile shifts in the global oil price but the country’s banking sector  remains a lucrative and increasingly attractive...
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Energy June 08, 2015

Nation’s largest oil distributor delivers on promise to make the air sector more affordable

Guyana Oil Company Ltd. has entered the jet fuel market to reduce fuel prices and encourage airlines to establish routes to Cheddi Jagan International Airport
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Energy May 28, 2015

Exporting the Saudi brand to more than 60 countries

Using their raw material, and through different joint ventures, NatPet is diversifying their production and adding value to the economy from the petrochemical sector.
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Energy May 27, 2015

The best choice for producing offshore in West Africa

Political stability, the absence of terrorism, enormous reserves, and a flexible and pro-American government have made Equatorial Guinea a go-to country for U.S. hydrocarbon companies
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Energy May 22, 2015

At the forefront of the new frontier, CGX is committed to Guyana’s development

Sitting on the Guyana-Suriname Basin, ranked second in the world for untapped oil/gas potential, Guyana is poised for an energy revolution. CGX has been a mainstay of the sector for two decades, with...
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Energy May 13, 2015

New investments in petroleum sector highlight potential for development

The country’s traditional engine of the economy holds opportunities for expansion beyond extraction and production, and its appeal is not lost on investors
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Energy May 08, 2015

Sonangol’s ‘no-spills’ policy

Sonangol has never suffered a major oil spill accident
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Energy January 21, 2015

Oil companies step up drilling efforts in Morocco

Attracted by stability and the highly attractive fiscal scheme, IOCs such as Repsol, Chevron, BP and Genel are betting big on one of the last remaining frontiers in North Africa.
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Energy November 14, 2014

Natural Resources

The discovery of oil and gas in Ghana’s territorial waters has brought a flurry of activity that is now starting to reverberate throughout its economy.
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Energy November 03, 2014

Thai oil and gas fields offered to investors for the first time in 7 years

The Ministry of Energy says that new fields could hold five million cubic feet of natural gas and 20‐50 million of crude oil as the country looks to boost energy security