Daily Archive for January 3rd, 2013
The $75 million oil dock will be able to receive tankers 24 hours a day and will deliver crude to Valero’s Port Arthur Refinery.
FMC Technologies has purchased a 173-acre parcel of land in northeast Houston, saying it will offer the fast-growing company more options in the future.
Flood-related pipeline spills account for fewer than 1 percent of all pipeline accidents, but pose a greater threat to drinking water.
US stocks fell, while the US dollar shot higher after minutes of the last Federal Reserve meeting showed policy makers are growing wary of asset purchases
Environmentalists on Thursday stepped up pressure on the Obama administration to halt Arctic oil exploration, citing the grounding of Shell’s Kulluk rig as fresh evidence that the work is too dangerous.
Qatar-based broadcaster is set to launch a US-based news channel after acquiring Current TV in a deal analysts say could be worth $500m
Bank of Italy blocks all electronic payments following Vatican City’s failure to fully comply with international anti-money laundering rules
Russia’s 13% income tax is inspiring a new wave of westerners to defect but it remains to be seen if the French star will take up the offer
Minutes of Federal Open Market Committee’s December meeting show several members want ‘to slow or to stop purchases well before the end of 2013’
Despite giving the search engine a clean bill of health, the FTC announced a settlement that includes limits to the way Google enforces its patents