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  1. Antitrust gambit shows why biofuel mandates must end

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    Mon, 2 Sep 2013

  2. Baker Hughes, BJ Services resolve federal antitrust concerns

    An agreement by Baker Hughes Inc. and BJ Services Co. to divest two specially equipped vessels and other assets in order to receive federal approval of the firms’ proposed merger became a proposed settlement of federal antitrust charges on Apr. 27, the US Department of Justice reported.

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    Wed, 28 Apr 2010

  3. FTC accepts CB&I's divestiture proposal to address antitrust concerns

    The Federal Trade Commission on Nov. 28 approved a proposed divestiture by Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. to relieve antitrust concerns resulting from CB&I's 2001 purchase of assets from Pitt-Des Moines Inc.

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    Fri, 12 Dec 2008

  4. FTC accepts CB&I's divestiture plan to address antitrust concerns

    The US Federal Trade Commission on Nov. 28 approved a proposed divestiture by Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. to relieve antitrust concerns resulting from CB&I's 2001 purchase of assets from Pitt-Des Moines Inc.

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    Tue, 2 Dec 2008

  5. FTC chair opposes antitrust law change

    Evidence does not support imposing merger requirements on the oil and gas industry tougher than those applied to other industries, US Federal Trade Commission Chairman Deborah Majoras told the Antitrust Modernization Commission Mar. 21.

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    Wed, 22 Mar 2006

  6. Specter, Kohl introduce antitrust reform bill

    Senate Judiciary Committee leaders and members introduced an antitrust reform bill Apr. 6 that is directed at US oil and gas companies and overseas producers.

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    Mon, 17 Apr 2006

  7. Specter, Kohl introduce antitrust reform bill

    Senate Judiciary Committee leaders and members introduced an antitrust reform bill Apr. 6 that is directed at US oil and gas companies and overseas producers.

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    Fri, 7 Apr 2006

  8. Second of three parts: More facts on antitrust

    Two former officials of the US Federal Trade Commission are trying to correct antitrust misperceptions about the oil and gas industry.

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    Mon, 23 Jul 2007

  9. Editorial: Antitrust misperceptions

    To its targets, the oil and gas antitrust reform bill introduced in the US Senate this month will do little more than irritate.

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    Mon, 17 Apr 2006

  10. EC presses E.On, Gaz de France about antitrust practice

    The EC took a formal step in antitrust investigations June 11 by sending a statement of objections to E.On and France's GDF concerning what it suspects was a "concerted practice" to keep out of each other's home gas supply market.

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    Fri, 13 Jun 2008

  11. EU Commission targets Gaz de France in antitrust inquiry

    The EU Commission has opened "formal antitrust proceedings" against Gaz de France for what it says is "a suspected breach of the EU's Treaty rules on abuse of dominant position and restrictive practices" in the wake of inspections carried out in 2006 in France.

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    Thu, 22 May 2008

  12. NPRA faults Senate antitrust reform bill

    An antitrust reform bill that US Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) and other senators introduced last week is based on incorrect assumptions and would do substantial harm to US refiners, the National Petrochemical & Refiners Association said Apr. 10.

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    Tue, 11 Apr 2006

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