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China's largest land electricity-driven marine oil field project completes power transmission

ECNS 06 Dec 2022
China's largest land electricity application project, the Bozhong-Kenli oil field under China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), on Monday completed the power transmission to three offshore platforms, a key milestone toward the oil field entering operation, CCTV reported.
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China to cut gasoline, diesel retail prices

People Daily 06 Dec 2022
China's three biggest oil companies, namely the China National Petroleum Corporation, the China Petrochemical Corporation, and the China National Offshore Oil Corporation, have been directed to maintain oil production and facilitate transportation to ensure stable supplies ... .
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Cloud over FPI debt taxation

Financial Express 06 Dec 2022
Follow Us ... Rise in output, storage keep onion prices in check ... The lower rate has provided a significant boost to offshore lending in g-secs and corporate debt ... Overseas investors in the corporate debt market generally invest for longer tenures and look for certainty on tax consequences vis-a-vis income expected to be earned during the period ... .
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China To Cut Gasoline and Diesel Retail Prices Amid Weaker Demand

Oil Price 05 Dec 2022
... Petrochemical Corporation to maintain oil production and facilitate transportation to ensure stable supplies.
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Great Lakes Fleet Renewal Program on Schedule with the Launch of the Galveston Island Last Week

The Galveston Daily News 05 Dec 2022
05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (“Great Lakes” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ ... These strategic moves will have a positive impact to our emissions footprint and our competitiveness in the coastal protection and maintenance markets as well as address the specific needs in the growing offshore wind market.”.
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Hess spends $750m on Guyana carbon credits

Splash24/7 05 Dec 2022
Hess Corporation, which holds a 30% interest in the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana through its subsidiary Hess Guyana Exploration Ltd., has agreed to purchase a minimum of $750m of high-quality carbon credits from the Government of Guyana between 2022 and 2032 ... .
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ANALYSIS - Migration, colonial past, military interventions, economic ties – how big is France in Africa?

Anadolu Agency 05 Dec 2022
1 ... In terms of oil and gas, TotalEnergies is not active in any Sahelian country apart from offshore activities in Mauritania.". On Feb.1, TotalEnergies and the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) signed a $10 billion deal to exploit oil reserves in Lake Albert in Uganda and build a regional oil pipeline.
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Hess to buy $750 million in carbon credits from Guyana

Federal News Radio 04 Dec 2022
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — U.S.-owned Hess Corporation, a consortium partner in Guyana’s offshore oil sector, has agreed to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from the South American nation in the next decade as it works to ensure Guyana’s almost intact Amazonian rainforests remain standing for decades to come, officials said Saturday.
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US Chevron discovers 3.5tcf gas well in Egypt

Egypt Today 04 Dec 2022
US Chevron Corporation announced the discovery of a new gas well, called "Narges-1X", in the offshore Narges area near Al-Arish in Egypt, according to the MEES newsletter ... Chevron, which is an American multinational energy corporation, drilled its first exploration well in its concession area in the Mediterranean Sea in September.
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Ticker: Molten lava on Hawaii’s Big Island could block main highway

Boston Herald 04 Dec 2022
Thousands protest in South Korea in support of truckers ... Officials say that U.S.-owned Hess Corporation, a consortium partner in Guyana’s offshore oil sector, has agreed to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from the South American nation in the next decade as it works to ensure Guyana’s almost intact Amazonian rainforests remain standing ... ....
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 6:08 a.m. EST

The Galveston Daily News 04 Dec 2022
and Europe ... EXPLAINER ... OMAHA, Neb ... GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — Officials say that U.S.-owned Hess Corporation, a consortium partner in Guyana’s offshore oil sector, has agreed to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from the South American nation in the next decade as it works to ensure Guyana’s almost intact Amazonian rainforests remain standing.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 7:03 a.m. EST

SCNOW Morning News 04 Dec 2022
and Europe ... EXPLAINER ... No ... EXPLAINER ... GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — Officials say that U.S.-owned Hess Corporation, a consortium partner in Guyana’s offshore oil sector, has agreed to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from the South American nation in the next decade as it works to ensure Guyana’s almost intact Amazonian rainforests remain standing.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 7:47 a.m. EST

SCNOW Morning News 04 Dec 2022
That remains in effect. EXPLAINER ... GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — Officials say that U.S.-owned Hess Corporation, a consortium partner in Guyana’s offshore oil sector, has agreed to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from the South American nation in the next decade as it works to ensure Guyana’s almost intact Amazonian rainforests remain standing.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 8:20 a.m. EST

SCNOW Morning News 04 Dec 2022
EXPLAINER ... No ... OMAHA, Neb ... EXPLAINER ... GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — Officials say that U.S.-owned Hess Corporation, a consortium partner in Guyana’s offshore oil sector, has agreed to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from the South American nation in the next decade as it works to ensure Guyana’s almost intact Amazonian rainforests remain standing.
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Hess Corporation to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from Guyana

Jamaica Observer 03 Dec 2022
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — US-owned Hess Corporation, a consortium partner in Guyana’s offshore oil sector, has agreed to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from the South American nation in the next decade as it works to ensure Guyana’s almost intact Amazonian rainforests remain standing for decades to come, officials said Saturday.

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