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  1. WATCHING THE WORLD ANOTHER TANKER SPILL

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    Mon, 28 May 1990

  2. Somali pirates release Saudi tanker Sirius Star

    Somali pirates released the Saudi Arabian-owned supertanker MV Sirius Star after receiving a $3 million ransom, according to officials and a negotiator for the bandits.

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    Tue, 13 Jan 2009

  3. Somali hijackers have international network

    In an exclusive interview with the London-based Asharq al-Awsat newspaper, a negotiator for the pirates holding the Saudi supertanker Sirius Star off the Somali coast disclosed how some 40 hijackers seized control of the vessel.

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    Mon, 1 Dec 2008

  4. THREE DOUBLE HULL CRUDE TANKERS JOIN WORLD FLEET

    The worldwide fleet of double hull tankers continues to grow. Early this month Chevron Corp. christened a 132,000 dwt crude carrier, Neste ON, took delivery of a 95,000 dwt shuttle tanker, and the first double hull supertanker built in Japan has been completed and delivered. Chevron christened the ...

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    Tue, 9 Feb 1993

  5. OIL SPILL HALTED AT TANKER COLLISION SITE OFF NORTHWEST SUMATRA

    A breached cargo tank of the Maersk Navigator supertanker , involved in a Jan. 20 collision with another tanker off Northwest Sumatra, was sealed about noon Jan. 29. "Outflow of oil from the vessel has ceased," reported owner/operator A.P. Moller Singapore Pte. Ltd. "Remaining pollution will be ...

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    Tue, 9 Feb 1993

  6. 'Initial results' of Limburg tanker investigation indicate terrorist attack

    The French Foreign Affairs ministry confirmed Friday that the "initial results" of the investigation being conducted by French, Yemeni, and American investigators aboard the tanker Limburg indicate a terrorist attack.

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    Fri, 11 Oct 2002

  7. Watching The World: Storing oil in Orkney

    The UK’s Orkney Islands, which lie just a stone’s throw off Scotland’s northern end, seem far away indeed from any major contact with the global oil and gas industry.

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    Mon, 2 Mar 2009

  8. Cleanup Continues On Downgraded Japan Spill

    Japanese authorities were continuing to contain and clean up a big oil spill in Tokyo Bay last week. It was the second major tanker oil spill off Japan this year-albeit a fraction of the volume first reported, which would have made it the country's biggest oil spill (OGJ, July 7, 1997, Newsletter). ...

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    Mon, 14 Jul 1997

  9. OGJ Newsletter

    The outlook for the 2003 North American natural gas market hinges on storage because flat-to-declining supply coupled with power generation demand should tighten the gas market, Houston-based Simmons & Co. International said.

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    Mon, 9 Dec 2002

  10. MARKET WATCH: Dubai financial crisis undercuts oil price

    Crude prices were relatively flat in early trading Nov. 30 in the New York market after falling 2.5% Nov. 27 after the Dubai World holding company’s pre-Thanksgiving announcement it would seek at least 6-month reprieve on repayment of $60 billion in debts.

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    Mon, 30 Nov 2009

  11. BP's bill for oil spill response tops $3 billion

    BP PLC, operator of the runaway Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico, has spent $3.12 billion on oil spill response efforts since an Apr. 20 blowout, the company said July 6.

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    Mon, 12 Jul 2010

  12. MARKET WATCH: Stock market drags crude below $50/bbl

    Oil prices fell for the fifth consecutive session Nov. 20, pulled down by a tumbling stock market, with the expiring December contract falling below $50/bbl to its lowest closing in 3 years.

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    Fri, 21 Nov 2008

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