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Refinery news: Japan's JXTG shuts Osaka plant after earthquake

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Refinery: Osaka, western Japan Ownership:JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy (51%), PetroChina International Japan (49%) Overall capacity (b/d): 115,000 Unit affected: N/A Unit capacity: N/A Duration: Shut June 18 Notes: Japan’s largest refiner JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy shut the 115,000 b/d Osaka Refinery Monday to carry out inspections, after an earthquake rocked Osaka that morning, Read More

Industry needs to demonstrate “license to operate,” says new OE2019 chair

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6/17/2018 ABERDEEN — The energy industry has to continuously demonstrate its excellence in order to maintain a ‘license to operate’, says the newly appointed conference chair of SPE Offshore Europe 2019 Michael Borrell, senior V.P., North Sea and Russia at Total. ‘Our license to operate: breaking through to excellence’ will form the theme of the Read More

The effects of human growth hormone

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What are the effects of human growth Hormone? The effects depend on the dosage and start gradually. First ones are usually noticeable within a week of starting the daily use. Positive effects of growth Hormone: deeper sleep: You basically sleep like a baby. While on HGH people often wake up in the same position they Read More

Rick Perry wants to help Argentina be more like Texas

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Energy Secretary Rick Perry will help Argentina connect with U.S. companies that have shale oil and gas expertise as President Mauricio Macri — facing a natural gas trade deficit — hurries to replicate the success of the Permian basin, in Perry’s home state of Texas. Fostering energy production from a regional ally will bolster the Read More

GE should be fined if French job pledges not met: France

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PARIS (Reuters) – U.S. company General Electric (GE.N) should be fined if it does not create as many jobs at Alstom as agreed when it purchased its energy subsidiary in 2015, a French government spokesman said on Sunday. The General Electric logo is pictured on the General Electric offshore wind turbine plant in Montoir-de-Bretagne, near Read More

Unipec faces uncertainty as Beijing threatens 25% tariff on US crude imports

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China’s Unipec faces uncertainty over its recent massive purchase of US crude after Beijing announced on Saturday that it was considering imposing a 25% import tariff on US crude oil in response to President Donald Trump’s similar decision on Chinese product imports. Unipec, the trading arm of state-owned oil giant Sinopec, recently bought 16 million Read More

FACTBOX: China threatens 25% tariff on US energy, agricultural products

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The trade war between the US and China escalated on Saturday with China threatening an additional 25% tariff on $50 billion worth of US goods, including energy and agricultural products, in response to President Donald Trump’s decision to place similar tariffs on the same annual value of Chinese product imports. Among the $50 billion worth Read More

Nosey neighbors: Austria demands Germany come clean on alleged massive state-level spying

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Austria has urged Berlin to “clarify” allegations of large-scale surveillance conducted by German Federal Intelligence Service (BND) in the early 2000s, following a damning report on German spying activities in Austrian media. “There must be no such thing among friendly states,” Austria’s Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said, at an extraordinary press conference in Vienna on Saturday. Read More