Weird news

01/07/2002
Oil and gas trade publication editors see a lot of news from many sources. Most is straightforward, but some is, well, weird. Wacky, even. Occasionally, just plain funny.Oil & Gas Journal, with its stated goal of providing news that industry executives must read, doesn´t run these stories. But that doesn´t mean we can´t share, in this space, some of the stranger things we read about.Penguin fashionsLet´s start with the penguins. The penguins are still my favorite. The Tasmanian Conservation Trust last year asked volunteers around the world to knit wool ´jumpers´ for fairy penguins, to be stockpiled for use in oil spill response kits developed by the Par...
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