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  • The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Analysis

    Description of the Event The Deepwater Horizon oil spill is also known as the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and the British Petroleum (BP) Oil Spill (OSHA, 2011). It occurred on April 20th, 2010 and it was approximately 50 miles southeast of the Mississippi River Delta or 66 km off the Louisiana coast (GCERTF, 2011). BP was the main developer of the Macondo Prospect oil field, which is where the accident occurred (Cleveland, 2013). The Deepwater Horizon was owned by Transocean Limited, who were under…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Recital In The Contract

    For offshore areas Recital in the contract provides as follows:- By ideals of Article 297 of the Constitution of India, Petroleum in its common state in the Regional Waters and the Mainland Rack of India is vested in the Union of India. The Oil Fields (Regulation and Development) Act, 1948 (53 of 1948) and the Petroleum and Natural Gas rules, 1959, made there under (hereinafter alluded to as "the Guidelines") make procurements, entomb alia, for the Regulation of Petroleum Operations and award of…

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  • Case Study Of The Saudi Aramco Company

    Arabia and the biggest oil company in the world. The company is headquartered in Dhahran. The roots of the Saudi Aramco company can be traced back in 1933, a time when the Saudi government granted oil exploration rights to the Standard Oil Company of California (Socal) through a signed oil concession agreement. Later in the same year, a subsidiary company by the name California Arabian Standard Oil Company (Casoc) was created to manage the concession. The company’s search for oil reserves was…

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  • Literary Analysis Of Rain's Rustle By Leonid Afremov

    Leonid Afremov’s painting, Rain’s Rustle, oil paint is used to create scenery of a rainy night in a city. Towards the center of the picture, there is a couple holding an umbrella walking with their backs to the viewer down a pathway that has trees that form a canopy over it. There are street lights down the sides of the sidewalk. There is a large bench towards the bottom right of the painting that is on the sidewalk. In the panting, it is raining and there are puddles on the side walk. The…

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  • Effects Of Monetary Policy In Nigeria

    example, the Nigerian government’s oil savings account has depleted from a favorable amount of $21 billion in 2008, down to $2 billion in 2015 (Wallace & Mbachu, 2015). However, despite these changes and a subsequent 1% increase…

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  • The Challenges Of Energy Security

    Energy security is a global issue. It can be defined as “The uninterrupted availability of energy sources at an affordable price” (Chester, 2010). Energy security is not limited to the mere availability of the energy resources, it is rather linked with the national security of any country. If a country has energy resources to serve the need of its citizens, it means country has more sustained and long term energy security for the technological as well as economic development. Energy security…

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  • An Analysis Of Organic Teapot By Waldemar Kolbusz

    By using oil, wax, and stained canvases, he focuses mainly in abstract paintings in solo and group exhibits that show emphasis on color and shape. Within these subcategories, Kolbusz deems his work as “expressionistic” and works to show contrast within hue and the movement within shape to evoke emotion and reactions from viewers. While his art is abstract, he focuses on life-like shapes and movements within his paintings by creating intense, organic…

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  • Renewable Energy Papers

    nature. Non-renewable energy sources have been cited as responsible for environmental degradation. Efforts have been diverted towards embracing more renewable energy sources to combat impacts on the environment. The United States depends heavily on oil, natural gas, and coal for its energy. Fossil fuels draw finite resources that eventually dwindle (non-renewable),…

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  • Pablo Escobar Speech

    a. Attention Getter: He was one of the world's wealthiest person, most powerful and most violent criminal. b. Background & Audience Relevance: His name was Pablo Escobar. He became one of the world's biggest drug traffickers, the reason why is because as a kid Pablo was always driven and had the ambition to raise himself up from his humble beginnings. And became this drug trafficker in the 1970’s in Columbia. The reason I decided to do my speech on Pablo Escobar is because he is an important…

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  • The Importance Of Solar Energy In China

    The universe as we know it only consists of one planet that can sustain life--our Earth. It’s the one planet that humans and animals alike call home, and it can be pretty astounding too. But, as time goes on and technology develops, people begin to take the Earth and its environment for granted. In today’s world especially, the environment suffers at the cost of economic success. In China, the improving, yet short-sighted economy has directly led to the destruction of the environment, but with…

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