Monthly Archives: June 2011

Oil and Gas blog – Fracking the Future

Fracking the Future Based on a series of articles in the New York Times, the headlines and blogs this week are asking, “Is Shale Gas A Ponzi Scheme?” The author questions the long-term reality of shale gas production and especially … Continue reading

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I joined up with CCM Recruitment in 2005, they were in Australia and I was in NZ.  Dawn was in constant contact with me and kept me well informed during the recruitment period which is comforting while you are waiting … Continue reading

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CCM Recruitment International & Migration Specialists from Canada present: how to increase penis length FREE CANADIAN MIGRATION SEMINAR: ALL YOUR MIGRATION, WORK & VISA QUESTIONS ANSWERED  All you need is a PC/Laptop & a good internet connection. SATURDAY, 22nd October 2011 … Continue reading

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Goldman Sachs & Morgan Stanley

Goldman Sachs & Morgan Stanley forecast Brent crude to hit $130 a barrel in 2012, compared to Tuesday’s closing price of $112.53 how to increase penis size naturally

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URGENT REQUIREMENT! Regional Engineering Manager, MENA

Regional Engineering Manager To develop the engineering strategy for MENA and drive its delivery, including growth into news areas and countries To implement my clients engineering processes and systems across the MENA region To lead and support the MENA Regions … Continue reading

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GUIDELINES FOR WRITING YOUR CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) PERSONAL DETAILS Do note that many international employers require “fuller” “Personal Details” for future work visa/permit purposes, etc. •Name •Date of birth •Gender •Nationality •Marital Status •Contact Details – should include full mailing … Continue reading

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Offshore wind energy: The benefits and the barriers

The U.S. offshore wind industry has enormous potential, but also faces significant permitting and financing challenges. CAP’s Michael Conathan and Richard W. Caperton have a detailed analysis. For 87 days in the spring and summer of 2010, an undersea gusher … Continue reading

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