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  1. South Korea, Iran granted observer status in Energy Charter

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    Mon, 23 Dec 2002

  2. Gas exporting countries form charter , base in Doha

    The Gas Exporters Countries Forum (GECF), a group of the world’s largest natural gas suppliers, has established a charter and chosen Doha as the home for its permanent secretariat, signaling Qatar’s growing importance in the natural gas market.

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    Mon, 12 Jan 2009

  3. Lehman Bros. cuts tanker charter hire rate forecasts and earnings estimates

    Lehman Bros. Inc. has reduced its tanker charter hire rate forecasts and slashed its earnings estimates for the group of shipping companies it tracks by 60-75% in 2002 and 33-55% in 2003, based upon a relatively flat oil demand outlook.

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    Mon, 11 Mar 2002

  4. Russian diplomat becomes Energy Charter Conference vice-chairman

    A senior Russian diplomat has assumed his role as one of two 2004 vice-chairmen of the Brussels-based Energy Charter Conference (ECC), an organization promoting energy cooperation among 51 Asian and European countries.

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    Tue, 6 Jan 2004

  5. RasGas II to charter LNG carriers from Maran Gas

    Ras Laffan LNG Co. Ltd. II, (RasGas II) signed time charter agreements Sunday with newly formed Maran Gas Maritime for the 20-year charter of four LNG vessels to deliver LNG from Ras Laffan Industrial City to various markets, particularly in Europe.

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    Wed, 13 Oct 2004

  6. Ethanol use charter signed in France

    Members of France's oil industry, independent motor fuels distributors, automobile manufacturers, farmers, and ethanol producers on Nov. 13 signed the " Charter for Ethanol E85" which sets out their commitments over the next 5 years.

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    Tue, 14 Nov 2006

  7. Industry, ethanol producers sign use charter in France

    Members of France’s oil industry, independent motor fuels distributors, automobile manufacturers, farmers, and ethanol producers on Nov. 13 signed the “ Charter for Ethanol E85” which sets out their commitments over the next 5 years.

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    Mon, 20 Nov 2006

  8. EUROPEAN ENERGY CHARTER SEEKS TO ATTRACT OUTSIDE MONEY

    More than 40 countries last week signed a European energy charter designed to steer foreign money and expertise into energy development in eastern Europe and republics of the former Soviet Union. A key provision will ensure that non-Soviet companies can repatriate profits and protect them from ...

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    Mon, 23 Dec 1991

  9. 46 COUNTRIES SIGN CHARTER ON EUROPEAN ENERGY

    Ministers from 46 countries, including Russia, have signed the European Energy Charter in Lisbon. The action ended 3 years of negotiations over terms for cooperation in trade and investment between western and eastern Europe. At least 34 out of a total 50 potential signatory countries needed to ...

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    Mon, 26 Dec 1994

  10. DREWRY SEES HIKE IN OIL TANKER CHARTER RATES

    Charter rates for oil tankers are poised to rise to a peak just before the end of the 1990s. The increase will stem from slowly rising demand, tighter inspection requirements, and a slow pace in speculative building of vessels, says Drewry Shipping Consultants Ltd., London. Freight rates have been ...

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    Mon, 20 Nov 1995

  11. LPG vessel orders grow, but spot charter rates flat for now

    Rising demand has prompted owners to order more and larger LPG vessels, according to Drewry Maritime Research. LPG demand has been improved by a growing consumption base in emerging economies, with supply bolstered by an expected emergence of new export sources, notably the US and the Russia.

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    Tue, 5 Mar 2013

  12. WATCHING THE WORLD A EUROPEAN ENERGY CHARTER

    with Roger Vielvoye from London Eastern Europe's new found political freedom is not the only consequence of release from the clutches of the U.S.S.R. Close ties between the economies of the Soviet Union and its former satellites have ensured that the economic upheaval in the U.S.S.R. has a ripple ...

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    Mon, 3 Dec 1990

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