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stock tanked to $20 a share from $60 as the largest marine oil spill ever flowed out of the Macondo. That was more than three years ago, yet BP's share price still remains marred...Huge cost So far BP has spent $42.5 billion cleaning up the mess,
Oman Projects Forum 2013 took off yesterday, all indications pointed to the fact that the small and medium enterprises (SME) sector will emerge as an engine of growth for the private sector. Oman Projects Forum 2013 is focussing on SMEs and exploring
Oman Projects Forum 2013, which opens at the Grand Hyatt Muscat on October 28. A total of 50 speakers will address the event which will be attended by 200 delegates from the Sultanate, the Middle East region and elsewhere in the world, said a press
Many oilsands projects will not have their potential environmental impacts reviewed by the federal government under updated rules announced today, environmentalists warn. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency released lists Friday outlining
Rather than an operating profit of 15m, the company now expects to book an operational loss, Ballast Nedam said in a trading update ...Unfavourable results were achieved on a major project and several regional infrastructure projects,' the statement
The project to bring the world's largest oil discovery in the past 30 years has so far been mired in delays, cost overruns, and overall headaches for pretty much everyone involved. With the current bill standing at $48 billion for a paltry production
Most of the work is occurring at Hinsdale Middle School including one project that involved repairing 15 downspouts to prevent water leaking into the 35-year-old building. "The roof and related work to address water leaks is 99 percent complete,"
today reported second-quarter 2013 earnings of $2.1 billion, or $1.65 per share, compared with second-quarter 2012 earnings of $2.3 billion, or $1.80 per share. Second-quarter 2012 reported earnings included $0.5 billion from downstream operations
In a speech on Thursday, opposition infrastructure spokesman Warren Truss will detail plans to ensure Infrastructure Australia rigorously assesses major projects as part of a plan to make it an ''independent, transparent and expert advisory body''...
Making his contribution to the Sectoral Debate yesterday, McNeill told Parliament that a major project has been developed and is about to be initiated for the development of Ocho Rios in St Ann. The project, on which the Urban Development Corporation