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  1. US CFTC unveils new foreign market data pact

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    Wed, 18 Jun 2008

  2. US CFTC unveils new foreign market data pact

    The US Commodity Futures Trade Commission improved its access to data on US commodities traded on overseas exchanges as it amended terms under which ICE Futures Europe is permitted direct access to US customers, the CFTC’s top official told a joint hearing of two US Senate committees.

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    Mon, 23 Jun 2008

  3. US CFTC to examine crude oil market, derivatives

    The US CFTC broke with its tradition of not disclosing current investigations and announced on May 29 that its enforcement division is continuing an oil market and derivatives inquiry that began in December.

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    Mon, 2 Jun 2008

  4. US House panel's hearing on gulf oil spill focused on BOP

    US House Energy and Commerce Committee members focused on possible blowout preventer (BOP) problems on May 12 in a second day of congressional hearings to examine the Apr. 20 semisubmersible rig accident and subsequent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

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    Thu, 13 May 2010

  5. Second House panel launches inquiry into gulf oil spill

    A second US House committee began to examine the crude oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico on May 3 as Rep. Darrell E. Issa (R-Calif.), the Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s ranking minority member, asked US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar if the US Minerals Management Service’s safety and ...

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    Tue, 4 May 2010

  6. House panel asks DOI for Deepwater Horizon inspection documents

    US House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders from both sides of the aisle asked US Interior Sec. Ken Salazar to provide documents relating to the US Minerals Management Service’s inspections of the Deepwater Horizon semisubmersible drilling rig.

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    Mon, 7 Jun 2010

  7. Congress members pledge action after oil speculation study

    An independent report showing that record amounts of speculative investment drove oil prices to record peaks in 2008 confirms that stronger market regulation is needed, federal lawmakers said.

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    Wed, 10 Sep 2008

  8. US CFTC to examine crude oil market, derivatives

    The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission broke with its tradition of not disclosing current investigations and announced on May 29 that its enforcement division is continuing a crude oil market and derivatives inquiry that began in December 2007.

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    Mon, 9 Jun 2008

  9. BOE begins inquiry into Mariner offshore platform explosion

    The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement (BOE) has launched an investigation of the Sept. 2 explosion at a Mariner Energy Inc. production platform in the Gulf of Mexico, BOE Director Michael R. Bromwich said on Sept. 3.

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    Fri, 3 Sep 2010

  10. BOE begins inquiry into Mariner offshore platform explosion

    The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement (BOE) has launched an investigation of the Sept. 2 explosion at a Mariner Energy Inc. production platform in the Gulf of Mexico, BOE Director Michael R. Bromwich said on Sept. 3. The US Coast Guard will support BOE's ...

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    Mon, 13 Sep 2010

  11. Senate, House members pledge action following independent oil speculation study

    An independent report showing that record amounts of speculative investment drove oil prices to record peaks in 2008 confirms that stronger market regulation is needed, federal lawmakers said.

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    Fri, 12 Sep 2008

  12. House panel plans to ask BP's Hayward about five key decisions

    US House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders plan to ask BP PLC Chief Executive Tony Hayward about five crucial decisions that apparently were made before the company’s deepwater Gulf of Mexico well blew out on Apr. 20.

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    Tue, 15 Jun 2010

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