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  • Punctureman Case Study

    Management Profile of Punctureman - Punctureman, a leading puncture repair service established on 23 November, 2011 in association with India's largest oil conglomerate Indian Oil Corporation. It served for the last three years and today, it is in eight states as Delhi NCR, Maharashtra, U.P., Gujrat, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Uttrakhand and eighteen main cities like Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Pune, Panjim, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Tirupati, Dehradun, Kolkata, etc. Its…

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  • SWOT Analysis Of Royal Dutch Shell

    Shell is a known oil refinery in the world. It has been in operation for over 50 years. It is an energy and petrochemical group of companies, with its headquarters in Hague, Netherlands. It is important to note that Royal Dutch Shell plc is the parent company of Shell Group. The company not only deals with oil refinery but also it produces aviation and marine fuels, lubricants, waterproofing materials, natural gas, chemical feedstock and many other petroleum products (Kiong, 2013). It is a big…

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  • Zaibatsu Corporate Culture

    Translating to “wealthy clique” the Zaibatsu were the conglomerate businesses created during the Meiji restoration where one company comprised of one family held complete control over all subsidiaries while maintaining a monopoly of the industry sector. Dating back to the Tokugawa period the prominent large merchant houses would transcend to become Zaibatsu and during this time companies were just beginning to form with little separation between shareholders and management. Their economic growth…

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  • Baker Hughes Tool Company Case Study

    In 1987, Baker International and Hughes Tool Company merged and Baker Hughes Incorporated was conceived. Baker Hughes Incorporated is one of the world's largest oilfield services companies. Operations of Baker Hughes are carried out in over 90 countries all over the world having its main headquarters in the America Tower in Houston. Services provided by Baker Hughes are for drilling, completion, reservoir consulting, formation evaluation, production and unconventional solutions. Baker Hughes's…

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  • Killer On The Flower Moon Analysis

    At the turn of the twentieth century, a Native American group, the Osage were forced off of their lands and forced to sell. The group moved to what would soon become Oklahoma and bought the land from the federal government for all it was worth, especially what was bellow it. When oil was discovered under the land, the Osage leased their lands to the highest bidder and became some of the richest citizens in America almost overnight. Due to the prejudice towards Native Americans, the government…

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  • Ethical Issues In British Petroleum

    Introduction: British petroleum is one of the world’s largest firms that deal with discovering and extracting oil, refining oil, and selling oil and gas. Since, these products are supposed to be provided to certain many consumers around the globe therefore, it incorporate with many people in the diverse societies along with the many of the diverse organizations with which it works. These incorporations require maintaining several many ethical and societal issues in relation to both the people…

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  • Ekofisk Oil Field

    1. Introduction Ekofisk Oil Field is the North Sea’s first giant oil field which was discovered by Philips Petroleum in 1969 and approved for development in 1972. Ekofisk oil field is an oil field in block 2/4 which located at the Norwegian Continental Shelf of the North Sea (Figure 1.1). The total recoverable reserves of Ekofisk Oil field originally were 3, 324.2 million bbl oil, 156.1 bn ccm gas and 14.5 million tonnes of NGL. As of December 2012, the remaining recoverable reserves are…

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  • John D. Rockefeller: The Wealthiest Man

    John D Rockefeller was a strong and striving individual that helped shape America into what it is today. Many might believe that Rockefeller just out to enrich himself and only used inhumane business practices. To some, this might be the case, but with the wealth that came from the so called inhumane business practices, came money that was used wisely. Rockefeller donated a tremendous amount of his hard earned money to great causes and great organizations that were used to change the world of…

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  • Chemical Industry Case Study

    Chemical Industry is one of the oldest and largest industries in the world, forming the backbone for many other downstream industries. It produces products and materials, 70% of which forms the input for other industries like Agriculture, Automobile, plastic, textiles, petroleum refining, primary metal and chemical industry itself which consumes 26% of its own output. Rest of the production is consumed directly in form of detergent, soap, perfumes and other consumer goods. The global chemical…

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  • Utilitarianism And Consequentialism In Nigeria

    Introduction: Business was started by Shell in Nigeria in 1937 as Shell darcy and was given a license of exploration .Olioberi was the first commercial oil field discovered in the Niger Delta. Prior to discovery of oil, Nigeria depended on agricultural exports to other countries. The largest fossil fuel company in Nigeria is Shell Petroleum Development Company, which operates over 6000 kms. The villages’ individuals surrounding facilities of oil production occasionally drill holes into pipelines…

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