BACK in 1999, when she was the head of refining at Chevron, Patricia A. Woertz told a group of energy officials that it was time to stop mixing agricultural policy with fuels policy.
In that same speech, at a fuels conference in Washington, Ms. Woertz also publicly expressed worry about the unintended consequences of a federal […]
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A third explorer is now in the sights of a predator with Redport yesterday recommending that shareholders accept a paper offer valued at 14c a share from Canada’s Mega Uranium. Redport’s share price managed to reach only 13.5c yesterday but was a considerable improvement on its drop to 9.4c in May.
Redport chairman Richard Homsany said Mega’s […]
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