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Oil production in Texas up slightly year-on-year

Preliminary data from Texas show total crude oil production for February was slightly more than figures from the same time last year, a regulator reported.
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Merger paid off, energy services firm TechnipFMC says

In its first quarterly report as a combined entity, energy services company TechnipFMC recorded a net income, largely on the back of North American recovery.
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A first-ever for Poland in the way of U.S. natural gas

A Polish energy company said Thursday it closed on a deal to take its first-ever shipment of liquefied natural gas sourced from reservoirs in the United States.
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Google’s autonomous cars to get their first real drivers

For the service, Waymo is adding 500 customised Chrysler Pacifica minivans to its fleet
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Springtime in Washington and the mood is optimistic

Signs that the global economy has turned a corner gave attendees at the IMF and World Bank spring meetings reasons to be cheery
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ENBD REIT delivers consistent performance

The Property Portfolio Value stands at Dh1.16 billion
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Saudis seen losing market share to Iran, Iraq on oil cuts

The Opec agreed to production limits for most of its members at a meeting in November
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Bar review: Ithaki, Nicosia

Ithaki, is a bar that has weathered the test of time. Thriving through the ever changing trends, crises and fads, Ithaki opened its doors to the thirsty public back in 1998 and has been busy ever sin
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Boris Johnson says UK likely to strike Syria if asked by US

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Thursday that the U.K. will probably join the United States in further military action against Syria if asked to do so, whether or not Parliament gets a vote on it
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Popular Finance

Kotak Mahindra Bank Q4 net profit up 33% at Rs 1,404 cr

Total income up at Rs 9,954 cr in Q4 from Rs 7,910 cr a year ago
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'What's your salary?' becomes a no-no in job interviews

Some states and cities are barring the question from job interviews, and companies object        
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Cuanza Norte: Livestock cooperative members urged for committeemen

Camabatela - The executive director of the Camabatela Livestock Cooperative (Cooplaca), Augusto Justino, requested on Wednesday in Camabatela, northern Cuanza Norte province, the members to be greater
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Development of Chabahar Port to boost national security: Senior MP

Chabahar, Sistan-Baluchestan Prov, April 27, IRNA – Development of Chabahar Port in southern Iran is going to help bolster Iran’s national security, says the head of the Committee for Foreign Policy
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Theresa May set to keep pensions triple lock

Theresa May repeatedly ducked questions about the fate of the flagship policy during Prime Minister’s questions - but sources say No10 was backing away from ditching the scheme.
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Number of new-build homes climbs to highest since 2007

In the first quarter of this year, 42,470 new-build homes were registered, marking a 17 per cent increase on a year ago, the National House Building Association said.
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Big changes are needed at UC — starting with the Kool-Aid-drinking Board of Regents

Even the most devoted Old Blue, Bruin alumnus or Santa Cruz Banana Slug must be cringing at what the state auditor reported about University of California fiscal failures. Veteran State Auditor El
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Records show results of a survey by auditors were altered after intervention by UC administration

Officials at some University of California campuses changed their responses to surveys from state auditors after the UC Office of the President intervened, resulting in more positive reviews of th
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The fight against climate change in California gains an unlikely ally: Republicans

California’s ambitious efforts to fight climate change have been almost exclusively supported by Democrats, but that could be changing. A top Republican and some of his colleagues are taking the u
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