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ExxonMobil Says Not Lobbying on Iran Sanctions

ExxonMobil issued a press statement today dismissing media reports that it is lobbying the U.S. government on Iran sanctions.   “ExxonMobil is not lobbying on Iran sanctions,

Britain's New Government to Kick-Start Shale

Britain's new Conservative government could take control of planning decisions to speed up the development of shale gas and prevent investor money from drying up, lawyers say.

Myanmar Finds 200 Bangladeshis in Offshore Boat

Myanmar's navy found a boat carrying more than 200 Bangladeshis, the government said on Friday, after the military chief said some migrants landing in Malaysia

U.S. Sticking to Biofuel 'blend wall'

U.S. authorities are set to shake up the nation's complex and contentious renewable fuels policy in the coming days, issuing requirements expected to affirm that use of ethanol in motor fuels has,

Total Hosts Climate Talks with Big Oil

French oil major Total is hosting a meeting of the world's biggest oil companies over the sector's action plan ahead of U.N. climate talks in Paris at the end of the year.

Two ASC Kalmar Cranes for DP World Brisbane

  Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has received an order from DP World Australia to deliver two new Kalmar automatic stacking cranes (ASCs) for its semi-automated terminal in Brisbane.

Petrobras, CDB Ink Funding Deal

  Petrobras yesterdy signed a cooperation agreement with the China Development Bank (CDB) for the years 2015 and 2016. The deal encompasses funding of US$3.5 billion already disbursed,

Gazprom adds over 800 bcm of gas

  Gazprom hosted today Press Conference at its headquarters to provide an update on the company's performance on Mineral and Raw Material Base Development. Taking

DP World Extends Title Sponsorship Until 2020

  Dubai is set to remain at the epicenter of golf on The European Tour for the foreseeable future after global port operator DP World announced today that it will

IMO Adopts Polar Code Environmental Provisions

  United Nations' International Maritime Organization (IMO) has adopted the environmental part of the Polar Code. Hereby, internationally binding regulations on

HMAS Anzac Visits Portsmouth, UK

  The Royal Australian Navy’s helicopter frigate HMAS Anzac has arrived in Portsmouth, England, as part of her NORTHERN TRIDENT 2015 deployment.   Anzac departed Sydney in March 2015,

Pentair Announces Quarterly Cash Dividen

  Pentair plc today announced that it will pay a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.32 per share on August 7, 2015 to shareholders of record at the close of business on July 24, 2015.

SCI Back in the Black after 3 Yrs

  The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd (SCI), India’s largest shipping company and a Government of India Public Sector Undertaking having reported losses for

Irving Oil Slams Former Top Executive Over Lawsuit

Canada's Irving Oil rejected former top executive Mike Ashar's allegation that he was underpaid millions of dollars, painting him instead as an "unsuccessful" hire

Dutch Court to Rule on Eemskanaal Gas Field by June 1

 A Dutch court will rule on a request to restrict gas production at Eemskanaal, part of the large Groningen gas field, by June 1, Council of State spokeswoman Sabine Heijstek-van Leussen said.

Gunvor, Vitol With Lowest Offers for Pakistan Gasoline Tender

Oil traders Gunvor and Vitol placed the lowest offers for a tender by Pakistan State Oil Co seeking 600,000 tonnes of gasoline for delivery over May to August, industry sources said.

Malaysia Orders Migrant Rescues, Thailand Says No to Shelters

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Thursday he had ordered the navy to conduct search and rescue missions for thousands of migrants adrift at sea as Thailand's

US: South China Sea Reclamations Stoke Instability

China's land reclamation around reefs in the disputed South China Sea is undermining freedom and stability, and risks provoking tension that could even lead to conflict, U.

North Sea Workers to Vote on Strike Action

Oil and gas workers in Britain's North Sea are to vote on strike action after unions and the Offshore Contractors' Association representing employers failed to

Ferry Firm DFDS Looks to Expand

Danish ferry and transportation firm DFDS is on the takeover trail, its chief executive said, after reporting its highest first-quarter operating profit on record

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