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The company then approached UK Trade & Investment for help in expanding their exports and is now successful in markets as diverse as Australia, Africa and France - where the company recently won orders with multinational oil company Total subsidiaries and Renault Truck Oils.
A company official in Karachi told AFP the plane was chartered by ENI, an Italian multinational oil company, and was carrying its employees.
Shell Oil Company is the United States-based affiliate of Royal Dutch Shell, a multinational oil company ("oil major") of Anglo Dutch origins, which is amongst the largest oil companies in the world.
When a multinational oil company sends natural gas flares into the air in Nigeria, or a factory dumps chemicals into Mexico's Lake Chapala, will local environmentalists be able to harness the legal clout to get the pollution stopped?
A US multinational oil company executive tells APS none of the majors will be prepared to launch expensive gas-to-power (GTP) projects in Saudi Arabia now that Riyadh has cut electricity tariffs by 30-50% for big consumers in the kingdom.
From 1984 to 1991 he held a number of positions with the multinational oil company, BP America, including general manager of the Marine Transportation Division and manager of Rebranding/Reimaging.
She formerly worked in the international oil trading and supply industry with a multinational oil company.
com), a multinational oil company operating in 13 countries, with the majority of its assets and operations in France, Romania, Spain and South-East Europe.