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  • Cornelius Vanderbilt: Captain Of Industry

    Cornelius vanderbilt should be the captain of industry because he stated the transportation of oil through trains. Also he was the inspiration behind many other industrial men. Plus he turned $100 dollars and 1 ferry into a giant shipping business that he then sold for a giant train business then he made millions of dollars and making him the richest man in america at that time. Plus he invested very well in stocks only making more and more money to add to his already millions of dollars.…

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  • Exxon Valdez Oil Spill

    Exxon Valdez was the largest spill in US waters until Deepwater Horizon oil spill, with approximately 11 million gallons of crude oil, but some environmentalist believe it could be upwards of around 38 million gallons of oil. The oil tanker ran aground after unfortunate circumstances of trying to avoid ice bergs. The tanker that was meant for Long Beach, California went aground in Prince William Sound, Alaska. This remote area became one of the biggest human caused natural disasters with oil…

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  • Captains Of Industry Or Robber Barons Case Study

    Question 8: Were rich industrialists captains of industry or robber barons? Position: Rich industrialists were captains of industry 1. The rich industrialists of the 19th century pioneered the business practices of the time, and set the foundations for the success of US corporations for decades to come. One such business practice was cost accounting. In the 1880s, industrialist Andrew Carnegie was “the first in the railroad industry to apply cost accounting, or breaking out the product cost…

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  • Shell Oil Case Study

    Shell oil began functioning out of Nigeria in 1937 under the name Shell D’Arcy. Upon discovering the first commercial oil field in 1956 in the Niger Delta, Shell Nigeria began exporting oil in the year of 1958 and has been doing so ever since. At one time, oil exportation was seen as a way to transition from relying solely on the agriculture industry for exportation and move into what was thought to be the booming economy of oil. The locals of the Niger Delta area have experienced little to no…

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  • Aramco Case Study

    Saudi Aramco Introduction Saudi Aramco is considered to be one of the best and top oil companies worldwide as it explores oil, gas and other type of natural resources such gold and coil (Dipaola & Mahdi 2017). Saudi Aramco is 100 percent owned by Saudis government and it was established back in 1933. Nowadays, Saudi Aramco is number one oil producer and it holds and manages two third of oil crude oil that we have in this planet (Raval, 2016).. This paper will focus on Saudi Aramco and the way…

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  • Chevron Value Chain Analysis

    Chevron is a world’s well known foremost integrated energy companies with businesses of exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas, manufacturing of products, chemical and transportation and other businesses such as power generation and technology operation. In this essay, discussion on how Chevron understands the customer needs allow it to concentrate on the strategies and procedures can fulfil the needs. The value which created by Chevron recognizing the environmental trends such…

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  • Royal Dutch Shell Case Study

    The Royal Dutch Shell, more commonly known as Shell, is a worldwide group of energy and petrochemical companies which helps meet the need of the world's growing demand for energy in environmentally, economically and socially responsible ways. Shell is engaged in the principal activities of the oil and natural gas industry. The Shell brand name has enjoyed a 100 year history in this part of the world to date. It is committed to dedicate all its energies, resources and time to bring about higher…

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  • Petronas Case Study Essay

    PETRONAS 1.1 Introduction Petroliam Nasional Berhad or known as PETRONAS was established in 1974. PETRONAS is Malaysia’s fully integrated oil and gas multinational ranked among the largest corporations on FORTUNE Global 500®. PETRONAS is Malaysia’s national oil and gas where they do their research about oil and gas and they explore them to fulfill Malaysia’s society needed. This company has presence in more than 30 countries all around the world. As the demand growing, PETRONAS was inspired…

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  • Newmont Mining Company Case Study

    Background of Newmont Mining Corporation Newmont Mining Corporation was founded in 1916 by Colonel William Boyce Thompson. They are one of the world’s largest gold producers and become a listed company in New York Stock Exchange (NYSC) since 1940. Their business locates in US, Australia, Indonesia, Ghana, Canada, Peru, New Zealand and Mexico. Newmont Mining Corporation has approximately 35,000 employees and contractors worldwide. They are the only gold mining company included in S&P 500 Index…

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  • Why Andrew Carnegie Went Wrong

    When I think of business gone wrong, I can’t help to think about the near massacre of the Homestead Mill Strike in 1892. This was around the era of when America was revolutionizing industries and establishing the countries economy. Some may say that these were ruthless and cutthroat times of business. However, one man came out of it extremely successful and made a name for himself, it was Andrew Carnegie, a true “entrepreneur.” Andrew Carnegie was born and raised in the country of Scotland. He…

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