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  • Texas Oil Boom

    The discovery of oil in Texas created a very large social impact. Men in Texas became very rich; in fact Texas was the richest state in the country! The discovery of oil also made a tremendous impact on education and racial issues. Lastly the oil boom created many jobs outside of the industry. Universities in Texas such as, Texas A&M and Texas University became very wealthy courtesy to the oil boom. The University of Texas acquired 2,000,000 acres of land in 1883. They received this land in a…

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  • Royal Dutch Shell Case Study

    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 value and satisfaction to its customers, employees and shareholders. Shell is a leading Anglo–Dutch multinational oil and gas corporation founded in February 1907 following the successful merger of…

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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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  • 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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  • Gazpcom Case Study Solution

    2.1. Diversification Strategy Gazprom has been established in 1989, having a long tradition, natural resources, and experience lead Gazprom to the position of being the largest natural gas explorer in the world and one of the largest companies in the world. Gazprom’s position of being the leader among global energy companies is achieved through their strategic objective by securing reliable supplies, implementing sales markets diversification, scientific and technological…

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  • Case Study Of Royal Shell

    SHELL is one of the biggest oil and Gas Company in today’s oil and gas industry. It has two parent companies one being transport and trading (Shell Wikipedia, 2017) and other which I am interested and going to talk about is called as Royal Dutch petroleum company known as SHELL. Since last few decades gas exploration and production has become an important portfolio of Shell's business. Shell has acquired British Gas Group in year 2016 thus making it the world's largest producer of liquefied…

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  • Business Ethics Case Study: BP

    environmental catastrophes, and ethical dilemmas in addition to the largest oil spill in the history of the world. At times during BP's history the company had failed to protect its stockholders, however, the energy giant became recognized as a leader for good practices in protecting and promoting the environment even before the 2010 oil spill. BP was the first company prosecuted for violating the Clean Air Act after an explosion of a oil refinery killed and wounded several employees. The…

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  • Bp Swot Analysis

    major petroleum and petrochemical groups. BP’s primary activities include: exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas; refining, marketing and transportation; and manufacturing and sales of petrochemicals. In 1908, William D’Arcy and George Reynolds struck oil in Persia and established the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (APOC). In 1935 APOC was renamed the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC). Throughout the mid-twentieth century, AIOC expanded its market and eventually became BP plc (BP…

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  • Case Study: Petrobras

    1 introduction The mineral oil company Petrobras was founded by the former Brazilian president Getúlio Vargas in 1953, accompanied by his very own exclamation “The petroleum is ours” (Dias and Quaglino 1993: 64). This phrase has since remained present by giving distinction to the firm’s history and is therefore equally applicable to the firm’s exploiting activities on the Bolivian market, where the parastatal company started operating in 1996 (Goldstein 2007: 114). After the conclusion of…

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  • Occidental Petroleum Essay

    multinational oil and gas investigation and generation organization with operations in the United States, the Middle East, and Latin America. Headquartered in Houston, Texas,[5] it is one of the biggest American oil and gas organizations in light of 2015 year-end advertise capitalization. Regularly truncated as "Oxy", in reference to its ticker image, the organization is positioned on the Forbes Global 2000 and Fortune 500 rundown. In 2015, it was the sixteenth biggest gas maker and third…

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