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Irina Slav

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  • India Demonstrates Insatiable Thirst for LNG

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    Published 05 July 2016 | viewed 6,322 times

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  • Shell Warns Of Further Job Cuts

    Published 05 July 2016 | viewed 10,983 times

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  • Abu Dhabi To Create $135 Billion Oil Giant

    Published 03 July 2016 | viewed 13,804 times

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    Published 01 July 2016 | viewed 7,675 times

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  • Peru Fires Petroperu Chief, Slams it with US$3.5M Fine

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    The government of Peru has ousted the chief executive of state oil company Petroperu and has imposed a fine of around US$3.5 million for illegal…

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