• The Massacre in El Mozote
    The Role of OPEC The Organization of the Petroleum Producing Countries (OPEC) is an intergovernmental organisation (Mouawad 2010). It was created on September 14 1960 in Baghdad, Iraq. It has twelve members. The main objective for this organisation is to unify and coordinate petroleum policies among...
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  • A Critical Analysis of 1973 OPEC Oil Embergo
    A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE POST 1973 OIL EMBAGO OPEC ABSTRACT This work is aimed at analyzing the 1973 oil embargo, its attendant effect on the western developed nations, the events after the embargo especially in relation to the continued existence of a politics of scarcity and why specifically...
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  • Multinational Companies and Their Social Responsibilities (Α Case Study of Shell, Nigeria)
    CHAPTER TWO 2.0 AN OVERVIEW OF SHELL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY IN NIGERIA 2.1 Introduction This chapter will provide basic knowledge of Shell Nigeria Oil Company and its operation in Nigeria, in particular regarding its ethics, performance, social involvement, contribution to national income and its contribution...
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  • Offshore Drilling
    | | |Divine Command Theory Approach to the Death Penalty ……………………… Guidelines for Using Ethical |7 | |Theories ...
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  • Oil Dependence in Us
    States’ Energy Independence | Oil and Alternatives | | | 5/2/2012 | There are two key reasons for decreasing United States’ dependence on foreign oil. Firstly, importing oil from foreign countries costs our country billions of dollars a day and creates a US goods trade deficit. Secondly, importing...
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  • Ongc Exploration Activities in India
    OIL & NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD: An Overview OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD, (ONGC) today is the premier Indian industry effectively participating in efficient implementation of both the economic as well as the social mission of a national industry. Its growth has been one of consistent stability...
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  • Rogerian Argument Drilling in ANWR
    but also a political battleground that is used to ignite the debate on America’s dependence on foreign fuel sources. The possibility of drilling for oil in ANWR brings with it the promise of jobs, dependency from unstable countries for our fuel needs and a boost to our declining economy. However, drilling...
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  • Accounting in O&G
    Accounting in the Oil and Gas Industry (IAS / US GAAP) Who should attend Accounting and financial specialists, working in the Oil and Gas industry Objectives Duration 3 days / 24 academic hours 24 CPD-units / 21 CPE credits  To explain specifics of accounting in oil and gas industry in accordance...
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  • China's Thirst for African Oil- What Are the Implications for Sino-Us Commercial and Geopolitical Relations?
    China’s Thirst for African Oil: What are the implications for Sino-American geopolitical and commercial relations? ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS My thanks go to Dr. Kweku Ampiah for his advice on this thesis, without whose guidance towards researching the line of this project I would have struggled to pull...
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  • Production and Operations Management
    Marathon Oil - Deepwater Droshky Project Marathon Oil Corporation (2010) had announced its Droshky development in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico to have begun operations on time and under budget on July 15, 2010, and has since ramped up production to approximately 45,000 net barrels of oil equivalent...
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  • Rise and Fall of Oil Prices
    Rise and Fall of Oil Prices POSC 101: Introduction to Politics & Government Professor Taehyun Nam December 6, 2012 Professor Taehyun Nam POSC 101 6 December 2012 The Rise and Fall of Oil Prices In the previous writing assignment, I wrote about how the high price of oil has affected my...
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  • Shell in Nigeria
    health care, diseases, and no access to clean water. Shell is also creating a negative impact on the environment of the rich Niger Delta, with numerous oil spills, and gas flares. Shell is also accused of supporting the corrupt Nigerian government in the events of Ken Saro-Wiwa’s death, as well as the non-transparency...
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  • National Income Determinants and the Economy of Ghana
    to abroad. Measurement of National Income There are 3 approaches to measure national income i.e. output approach, income approach and expenditure approach Output Approach Output approach measures national income by adding the total value of the final goods and services produced in the year or...
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  • Flexible Work Pattrens
    Signed……………………………………………………….. (Candidate) Date ………………………………………………………….. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON OIL PRODUCING COMMUNITIES: A CASE STUDY OF CHEVRON OIL (NIGERIA) DISSERTATION By CYRIL CHIAHA IFEAMAECHI Presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree...
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  • New Sources of Energy
    about the oil fields in the United States and the predictions of the International Energy Agency. In this article it states how the U.S. could become the leader seller and producer of oil in the next five years. The International Energy Agency predicted that the U.S. would be the world’s leading oil producer...
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  • Biofuel
    paper discusses the feasibility of using coconut oil for generator powered electrification on atolls in RMI. Part I of the paper discusses the various energy options for atoll communities. Part II is a case study on the viability of operating a coconut oil mill and a mini grid power facility on Jittoen...
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  • Ethanol Debate
    The hunger in Africa and other places in the world can be minimized if we turn the corn and other crops to a direct humanitarian aid instead of producing ethanol fuel. It is estimated that the amount of grain to produce enough ethanol to fill a 25-gallon SUV once, will feed one person for one year (Bryce...
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  • Conceptual Framework
    Standards Board ORIGINAL PRONOUNCEMENTS AS AMENDED Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 19 Financial Accounting and Reporting by Oil and Gas Producing Companies Copyright © 2008 by Financial Accounting Standards Board. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored...
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  • the road for internationalization of PVEP
    its production and business objectives and plans in the year of 2013; promoting its “leading” role in the field of oil and gas exploration in the country and confirmed the presence of oil and gas on the world map. II. LITERATURE REVIEW 1. What is internationalization? There is no agreed definition...
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  • Sand Control Systems Market - Global Industry Analysis, Market Size, Share, Trends And Forecast 2014 – 2020
    production of oil or gas through a well poses a different kind of challenge to the oil or gas producing companies. This challenge if not tackled properly may damage the equipments that are involved in the production process. The sand which comes out during the production along with the oil or gas acts...
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