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Bush over a year ago to aid the Iraq Oil Ministry--the one ministry that U.
Leading oil companies have also endorsed The Verifier, as an additional check on their own control systems and as a tool for promoting a more trustful relationship with their customers.
Now, olive oil is en vogue like never before in the Golden State, where it is being produced by nearly 400 companies and sold to customers who prize it for its taste and health benefits.
Venezuela, Chavez told me, has more oil than Saudi Arabia.
It also displaced Japan to become the world's second largest oil consumer.
The Houston investment banker Matthew Simmons claims in his 2005 book Twilight in the Desert: The Coming Saudi Oil Shock and the World Economy, that the Saudis are lying about the size of their reserves and that they are really running on empty; last September he announced that "we could be looking at $10-a-gallon gas this winter.
Krassimir Petrov of the American University in Bulgaria, will be a petroleum commodity market "based on a euro-oil-trading mechanism that naturally implies payment for oil in euro," rather than in dollars.
Once life was like this for oil workers in Texas, where roadside oil wells were symbols of a new American prosperity.
Does it mean I'm running the oil too hot if I am getting carbon on the Y-strainer?
Key words: Aroclors; diluent; diluent oil; PCBs; Reference Materials; transformer oil.
Palm oil boosts blood cholesterol and increases the risk of heart disease.
Oil company executives counted themselves lucky to get 10 bucks for a barrel of crude oil, and analysts were predicting that even this price might be cut in half.
The workers who processed those fragrant plants for the essential oil industry were virtually free from respiratory problems.
Used oil collected in Quebec is re-refined at Safety-Kleen's facility in Breslau, Ontario, and returned for re-sale in Quebec.
Chilean olive-oil exports to the United States surged 3,700% to US$100,000 from basically zilch during the first half of 2004; annual olive oil exports should reach 1,000 tons by the end of 2004 and grow to 7,000 tons by 2010, according to Chile's National Association of Olive and Olive Oil Producers (Anpao).