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Mid-Week Roundup – 09-03-2009

Mid-Week Roundup – 09-03-2009

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Chevron vs. Ecuador

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Uganda's Oil

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In the Land of Astroturf

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Sweet Crude, the movie

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For A Very Rainy Day

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U.S. Expands Trade in Southeast Asia to Check China

U.S. Expands Trade in Southeast Asia to Check China

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Another day in DC, another battle lost for oil companies.

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Goldman sanguine on high oil prices; Industry execs, not so much

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Oil prices rise but is there fundamental support?

Oil prices rise but is there fundamental support?

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Increased violence in Nigeria highlights supply concerns but has little immediate impact on oil prices

Increased violence in Nigeria highlights supply concerns but has little immediate impact on oil prices

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Is California changing its tune on offshore drilling?

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As Prices Rise Some Frays on OPEC Edges

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T. Boone Pickens is half right on energy security

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Asian oil consumers and Opec members meet, but little action

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