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  1. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve, n.
  2. Inland use of petroleum products, 1998.
  3. The petroleum industry reached the island.
  4. Like petroleum it is in a liquid-like form.
  5. Petroleum – a frequent visitor to the area.

  6. Swann was recruited to be a petroleum landman.
  7. Masters of the sea: Petroleum shipping companies.
  8. A full 75% of those in attendance owned petroleum stocks.
  9. Accordingly, the petroleum producing countries have had.
  10. Wide mouthed jars coated with petroleum jelly on the top.
  11. China had a petroleum agreement with OPEC who was tightly.
  12. Zygobat is the equivalent of your petroleum but without any.
  13. Because of the wealth created during the years when petroleum.
  14. Demand for the main petroleum products is illustrated in Chart 5.
  15. But remember our country is small and so is our petroleum source.

  16. In the case of the merger between Phillips Petroleum and Conoco in.
  17. The EPA sued Occidental Petroleum, who agreed to pay $129 million to the.
  18. I hereby suggest that we change its name to the Tactical Petroleum Reserve.
  19. The company was engaged in the distribution of petroleum products in Nebraska.
  20. The decision to merge Phillips Petroleum with Conoco was a masterpiece of both.
  21. On the other hand, Phillips Petroleum did not have excessive debt on its balance.
  22. The next example is a Bearish Butterfly in the chart of Occidental Petroleum in Figure 5.
  23. Which is what we are doing for we are importing around two thirds of our petroleum needs.
  24. Another period of interesting progress started in 1978 with the purchase of Dome Petroleum.
  25. Non-energy use accounts for the balance of 15 per cent of total petroleum product consumption.

  26. The petroleum stocks we have are still worth quiet a bit, Jan and I were discussing what to do.
  27. Today, that trade constitutes less than 5% of the total petroleum imported by the United States.
  28. This condition seems to be more so with the petroleum based products or oils than with the latexes.
  29. Part of what made the task so difficult was the lack of petroleum distillates they would have had on Earth.
  30. Petroleum accounts for 99 per cent of transport energy use, the other 1 per cent consisting of electricity.
  31. By 1981, his Mesa Petroleum Corporation had become one of the largest independent oil companies in the world.
  32. Eventually, Occidental Petroleum paid $98 million to the state for cleanup, tests, relocation, the houses and more.
  33. It wasn’t just investigating skills that Swann acquired; as a petroleum landman he also learned how to negotiate.
  34. A similar situation formerly existed in the two common issues of Bethlehem Steel, Pan American Petroleum and others.
  35. A new investment trust—such as Petroleum Corporation in January 1929—starts with two assets: cash and management.
  36. After 1933 a unique turn was given to the status of Petroleum Corporation through acquisition of a large interest (39.
  37. Indeed, that would have been the case had technology not advanced and alternatives to whale oils been found: petroleum.
  38. The small hatches in the tops of these shafts allowed the mate and petroleum officer to stick the tanks and take samples.
  39. To close the pores of the skin after plucking, use an astringent or soothe irritated skin by applying warm petroleum jelly.
  40. The share, by the way, was Desire Petroleum – and the five years of pain just described were a true tale for some traders.
  41. To produce a barrel of petroleum from oil sands requires two to four water barrels, and the waste must be stored somewhere.
  42. With expensive petroleum reserves in The Peace Garden State, the stage is set for dynamic economic and asthmatic development.
  43. As you can see from Figure 11-1, natural gas is second only to petroleum when it comes to generating energy in the United States.
  44. Do you recall who was charged with the responsibility of providing communications for the petroleum unloading operations?
  45. The 1 per cent of electricity use is in rail transport and in transport premises, but even rail transport use is mainly petroleum.
  46. Other sectors which consume petroleum products for energy use are the domestic sector, electricity generation, and industrial users.
  47. His days as a petroleum landman in East Texas taught him the value of a shoe leather and handshake approach to information gathering.
  48. Several sulphur and chalybeate springs are known to exist in this county, and some which throw out considerable quantities of petroleum.
  49. The shiny petroleum jelly the nurses apply around the nostrils, the chapstick he puts on the lips, the cracking it can’t quite prevent.
  50. Experts estimate that emissions related to oil sands are approximately 20 percent to 25 percent higher than conventional petroleum sources.
  51. Plans exist to control certain inventions that could solve many problems with the petroleum industry and other industries around the world.
  52. Look, Jothar relies on petroleum for the government expenditures, like subsidies for the general population and the building of infrastructure.
  53. After graduating from Oklahoma A&M in 1951, Pickens worked for Phillips Petroleum before venturing out on his own as a wildcatter in search of oil.
  54. Thus, giant companies like Germany’s Deutsche Telekom, Japan’s NTT, and the United Kingdom’s British Petroleum are included for consideration.
  55. He later founded a firm called Mesa Petroleum and, through acquisitions, grew it to become one of the largest independent oil companies in the world.
  56. Hubbert first presented this theory, later dubbed the Hubbert Curve, at a 1956 meeting of the American Petroleum Institute in San Antonio, Texas.
  57. In 2007 Forbes reported that Ray Irani, chief executive officer of Occidental Petroleum, received compensation worth more than $321 million in one year.
  58. There were no thermometers in the city, and the cold was measured in the following ways: with mercury, whisky, petroleum and the Perry Davis Pain-Killer.
  59. Even though the region depends heavily on the price and demand for petroleum products, over half of the allocation of 50 stocks in the ETF is financials.
  60. The cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi are now household names after breathtaking buildings and outlandish construction has taken place with petroleum dollars.
  61. Based in Brazil, Petrobras is involved in the exploration, production, refining, marketing, and transportation of petroleum products in Brazil and abroad.
  62. His corporate takeovers of the 1980s were the stuff of legend, with Gulf Oil, Phillips Petroleum, and Unocal being some of his most famous takeover targets.
  63. In 1953, Hooker Chemical (a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum) filled the canal, covered it with dirt and sold it to the Board of Education for one dollar.
  64. The necessity of monitoring the production and transportation of petroleum was demonstrated even more graphically in 1989 when the Exxon Valdez ran aground.
  65. During that year, the Arab members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) placed an embargo on crude oil shipments to Western countries.
  66. The EIA petroleum inventory reports may not get wide coverage in the press, but they have a direct impact on the price of crude oil and other energy products.
  67. In other words, you must view spare capacity, production volumes, and other metrics inherent to the petroleum markets within the context of global market forces.
  68. The company engaged only in oil and gas exploration and production having no downstream capabilities (that is, it did not transport, refine, or market petroleum products).
  69. Some commodities, such as meat products, do not tend to trend well, but petroleum products and grains are capable of significant, extended trends with many clean trend legs.
  70. During the 1980s, he led a string of takeovers and attempted buy-outs of undervalued oil and gas companies including Cities Service, Phillips Petroleum, Gulf Oil, and Unocal.
  71. Franklin Tarbell and 3,000 others met at the Titusville Opera House and organized the group, Petroleum Producers Union, which refused to deal with anyone connected to Standard Oil.
  72. The Focus was a mixture of Jewish financiers and Jewish Socialists and in July 1936 the Jewish Chairman of Shell Petroleum gave Churchill a cheque for £700,000 in today’s money.
  73. Thus Petroleum Corporation took on the complexion of a holding company, in which the exercise of managerial skill appears to be reduced to a minimum once the original acquisitions are made.
  74. Although energy companies involved in the petroleum and hydrocarbon business provide indispensable services to the global economy, the nature of the work involved carries large amounts of risk.
  75. Summarizing the foregoing analysis, we find that buyers of Petroleum Corporation shares were paying the following price for the managerial skill to be applied to the investment of their money:.
  76. The National Petroleum Reserve- Alaska (NPR-A) was a 23 million stretch of Alaska‘s North Slope set aside by President Warren Harding for the purpose of supplying our country with oil and gas.
  77. All that has happened is a change of aim, the replacing of one beauty by another! The whole difficulty lies in the question which is more beautiful, Shakespeare or boots, Raphael or petroleum?
  78. Common sense would suggest that the value of their expert judgment to Petroleum Corporation would be greatly diminished by the fact that so many other claims were being made upon it at the same time.
  79. But by the 1950s the Arabs were fully aware of what an asset they were sitting on, and in 1960 they joined together to create the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, or OPEC to its friends.
  80. In addition, French petroleum company Total Fina Elf has negotiated the development and exploration of the Iraqi petroleum fields Majnoon and Nahr Umar which represent 25% of all the oil reserves in Iraq.
  81. Since its founding in the early 1920s, Amerada Petroleum, a debt-free company, had built up one of the largest reserves of oil and gas in the United States, and by 1968 Amerada also had important interests in Libya.
  82. Recall that believers in the peak oil theme assert that worldwide production of crude oil soon will or already has reached the highest level it will ever attain, and supplies of petroleum will soon start contracting.
  83. The fall in consumption since 1970 has been in petroleum (own by 78 per cent) a solid fuel (own by 88 per cent), whereas electricity consumption increase till 1990 (though there has been no further significant rise.
  84. China is smarter than many think; it realizes the need for energy will continue to increase around the world and is positioning itself in Brazil to be the major buyer of petroleum products from the South American country.
  85. However, since the discovery of petroleum and the moneyed luxury of those countries, the numbers of these animals became less, especially when people began to use firearms and to hunt for amusement rather than for necessity.
  86. Rather, the United States ceased all trade with that Arab country and resumed its importation of Iraqi petroleum only when, several years later, the oil for food program was initiated for the benefit of the Iraqi people.
  87. The problem with this approach is not that it is not applicable in certain situations (for example, with an electric utility), but that it may be applied where it does not belong, as, for example, in the analysis of a domestic crude petroleum producer.
  88. The list was a compendium of the most serious of the 94 military targets in North Vietnam ranging from POL (Petroleum, Oil, and Lubrication) storage areas to docking facilities in the Haiphong Harbor and the two rail lines running south out of Red China.
  89. During these heady days, big petroleum companies like Atlantic Richfield and Conoco employed armies of young men on the ground whose job it was to negotiate and purchase mineral rights on various properties, which could be packaged into oil and gas tax shelters.
  90. Nigeria was becoming an important oil producing country: In 1971 it joined OPEC (the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries), which proved a mixed blessing for General Gowon, because while he was away at an OPEC meeting in 1975 he was overthrown in a military coup.
  91. The exploitation of Alaskan oil fields and the shipping of petroleum from Alaskan terminals to Puget Sound in Washington state caused the Coast Guard to establish marine safety and traffic systems and provide navigation assistance with LORAN-C stations along the commercial route (Johnson, R.
  92. We may have lost 10-15 years and polluted the planet needlessly with petroleum combustion byproducts, because of Chevron and the oil industry’s decision in this regard and their squeeze on the world economy, forcing the world to buy their product, when change over to electric was possible.
  93. What is the position occupied by the investment banking firms floating an issue such as Petroleum Corporation of America, and how does this compare with the practice of former years? Prior to the late 1920’s, the sale of stock to the public by reputable houses of issue was governed by the following three important principles:.
  94. What happens when in the next fifteen or twenty years, we exhaust that resource? Or the price of petroleum drops in the international market? We have no significant national production besides petroleum, we don't export anything that can be a national source of income, and most of our people rely on subsidies for food, gas, electricity, education, and medical benefits.
  95. The times are cut short (by means of cars and plane), the seditions appear and the fuss increases (the murders), the money becomes affluent in your hands (the underground treasures such as petroleum, the precious minerals and others), people build high buildings, man says when passing by one's tomb: 'would that I was there instead of him' (that is because of the terrible events and the prevalent distress which will result from the quakes of the Hour), and the sun rises from its west (by people's turning towards the sun of the west civilization).
  96. Close inshore was a multitude of fishing smacks--English, Scotch, French, Dutch, and Swedish; steam launches from the Thames, yachts, electric boats; and beyond were ships of large burden, a multitude of filthy colliers, trim merchantmen, cattle ships, passenger boats, petroleum tanks, ocean tramps, an old white transport even, neat white and grey liners from Southampton and Hamburg; and along the blue coast across the Blackwater my brother could make out dimly a dense swarm of boats chaffering with the people on the beach, a swarm which also extended up the Blackwater almost to Maldon.
  97. It’s found in ammonia, anesthetics, antihistamines, artificial limbs, artificial turf, antiseptics, aspirin, auto parts, awnings, balloons, ballpoint pens, bandages, beach umbrellas, boats, cameras, candles, car battery cases, carpets, caulking, combs, cortisones, cosmetics, crayons, credit cards, curtains, deodorants, detergents, dice, disposable diapers, dolls, dyes, eye glasses, electrical wiring insulation, faucet washers, fishing rods, fishing line, fishing lures, food preservatives, food packaging, garden hose, glue, hair coloring, hair curlers, hand lotion, hearing aids, heart valves, ink, insect repellant, insecticides, linoleum, lipstick, milk jugs, nail polish, oil filters, panty hose, perfume, petroleum jelly, rubber cement, rubbing alcohol, shampoo, shaving cream, shoes, toothpaste, trash bags, upholstery, vitamin capsules, water pipes and yarn.
  98. With latest connections, works, the inter-transportation of the world, Steam-power, the great express lines, gas, petroleum,.

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