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Many ships must first undergo inconvenient retrofits to transit through the new locks, shipping industry experts said, Reuters reported.

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The EPA said it was concerned about seismic activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth area because of its potential to affect underground sources of drinking water, Reuters reported.

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Just 660,560 of the 10 million permits that cover emissions in 2019. That money will go into the state's fund, Reuters reported.

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Darrell Hollek has become executive vice president of operations; he was formerly the executive vice president for U.S. onshore E&P.

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The Fort Worth, Texas-based company’s common shares will continue listing and trading on the NYSE during the cure periods process.

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Sembcorp Marine agreed to buy the 15% of PPL Shipyard that it did not already own for about $115 million from PPL Holdings and E-Interface Holdings, Reuters reported.

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The deal was automatically terminated after the Angolan government did not give the approvals within one year, Cobalt said on Aug. 23.

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On Aug. 23, Australian explorer, FAR Ltd., ConocoPhillips' partner in the Senegal offshore field, said Conoco failed to comply with the terms of their joint operating agreement as it relates to the proposed sale of its stake.

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The departure puts State College, Pa.-based Rex Energy on track to become a pure play Appalachia producer, where its drilling has been focused so far in 2016.

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Bloom had been with J.P. Morgan for roughly 16 years. He will officially join Deutsche Bank next month, the report said.

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"Oil prices will likely experience another short-term dip in the coming weeks," Barclays added, Reuters reported.

August 22, 2016

After the ETE deal failed in June, nearly half of Williams' board, including Meister and Soroban's Eric Mandelblatt, resigned after a failed attempt to oust CEO Alan Armstrong, Reuters reported.

August 22, 2016