Monthly Archives: September 2011


Why Australia? There is just so much diversity!  Whether it is working in a remote area like Alice Springs and enjoying the “Outback” experience, working in Queensland close to the Great Barrier Reef or maybe you are more of a … Continue reading

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Providence plans Dalkey exploration

Irish oil and gas exploration and production company Providence Resources has commited to drilling an exploration well on its Dalkey Island prospect off the Irish coast. The exploration prospect is located in the Kish Bank Basin, about 10km offshore in … Continue reading

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MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices see-saw in nervous markets

The price of crude oil continued to see-saw Sept. 15 with front-month contracts regaining some of the loss from the previous session in the New York market. The October crude contract traded at $88.01-90.15/bbl during that session, closing with a … Continue reading

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Australia – New English standard for nurses and midwives

Australia will implement a new English language skills registration standard for nurses and midwives effective September 19. The Australian Health Workforce Ministerial Council approved the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia’s revised language skills standard which requires registered nurses, midwives … Continue reading

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Libya Restoring Oil Output Rests With Companies

Restoring Libya’s oil production depends on how quickly international oil companies send teams back into the war-torn country, said Ahmed Jehani, minister for reconstruction in Libya’s new administration. customized essays There was little damage to infrastructure, he said, and most … Continue reading

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