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Bottom Line: Oil magnate accused of OPEC collusion brings on top lobbying shop

The Hill 18 Jun 2024
Oil and gas ...Marathon Petroleum hired FTI Government Affairs to lobby on issues related to corporate taxation and energy ... ​Murphy Oil Corporation hired Acorn Consulting to lobby on issues related to onshore and offshore oil and gas production ... Finance.
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CSBC and DEME joint venture awarded new Taiwanese wind farm contract

Splash24/7 17 Jun 2024
CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering (CDWE), a joint venture between Taiwanese shipbuilder CSBC Corporation and DEME Offshore from Belgium has won a new offshore wind contract in Taiwan ... 1 offshore wind project.
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Esgian Week 24 Report: Noble and Diamond Offshore Announce Merger Plans

MarineLink 17 Jun 2024
Noble Corporation and Diamond Offshore Drilling have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Noble will acquire Diamond in a stock plus cash transaction ... Fenix field offshore Argentina.
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China quietly speeds up oil production to reach peak levels

The National 17 Jun 2024
... security and for the fortunes of its major state oil companies, Sinopec, the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) and the big cheese, the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).
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AI could supercharge offshoring

Business Insider 16 Jun 2024
iStock; Rebecca Zisser/BIAI could boost the appeal of corporate offshoring by making overseas workers stronger.The tech can increase the efficiency of foreign workers and make them capable of ...
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India in talks with Norway's Equinor for oil reserves and gas deal

Hindustan Times 16 Jun 2024
Equinor is no stranger to India, having partnered with state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), offshore wind, and green hydrogen projects.
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Philippines' external debt up 8.3% to $128.7 B

Manila Bulletin 16 Jun 2024
... availments of $2.5 billion, with the private sector banks raising $2.1 billion in funds from offshore creditors for general corporate expenditures, refinancing of borrowings and liquidity purposes.
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PH external debt manageable despite additional borrowings

The Manila Times 16 Jun 2024
The rise in external debt was mainly due to resident entities' net availments of $2.5 billion, of which $2.1 billion was raised by private sector banks from offshore creditors for corporate expenses, refinancing, and liquidity.
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Contracting heavyweight confirms ‘large’ offshore contract award from ONGC

Upstream Online 14 Jun 2024
... development offshore the nation’s western coast.
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UAE Corporate Tax: New businesses must stick to 3-month deadline for registration

Gulf News 14 Jun 2024
“It has been made very clear (by the UAE tax authorities) that all businesses regardless of whether they have a mainland, free zone or offshore license are required to register for corporate tax,” ...
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India witnessed over 30 pc rise in diversity hiring over the past 5 years: Data

The Siasat Daily 14 Jun 2024
New Delhi ... Also Read. Indian corporates’ large capex to need offshore funding amid steady economic growth ... You can also download our app for Android and iOS. .
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Posidonia 2024 sets new records of global maritime industry

SAFETY4SEA 14 Jun 2024
Theodore Vokos, Managing Director of Posidonia Exhibitions S.A., said ... Alessandro Segabinazzi, Head of Commercial Sector, Embassy of Brazil in Athens said ... Nick Brown, Corporate Affairs Director, Marine & Offshore at Bureau Veritas, said ... ..Elias J ... ....
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Indian corporates’ large capex to need offshore funding amid steady economic growth

The Siasat Daily 13 Jun 2024
Indian corporates’ large capex will need to rely on offshore funding despite improving domestic liquidity and companies’ earnings growth, a new report showed on Wednesday ... corporates in India.

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