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June 23, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Chevron Signs Pipeline Deal: The oil company has signed a memorandum of understanding to join an Oman-Kazakhstan consortium that plans to transport oil by pipeline from the landlocked former Soviet republic. The pact also outlined Chevron's "desire to obtain priority access to the pipeline for all crude oil that it plans to produce in the Tengiz and Korolev fields of Kazakhstan," an Omani oil official said.
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December 28, 1993 | From Reuters
Oman's oil minister, on a mission to shore up sinking crude oil prices, will next apply his diplomacy in Norway, Britain and Russia after securing pledges of support from three minor, non-OPEC producers. Omani Oil Minister Said Shanfari said here Monday that his Yemeni, Egyptian and Syrian counterparts have said they are ready to cooperate. "The talks I had in Yemen, Egypt and Syria are very good, and the outcome is more than what we expected.
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BUSINESS
February 22, 1989
Your editorial "Mobilizing for Mobility" (Feb. 7), and the silly column by Richard Katz ("To Unlock Freeways, Politicians Must Act," Op-Ed Page, Feb. 7), both advocate doing a little of the right thing, but for the wrong reason. Of course we need a gas tax. But we don't need the tax only to build additional and better roads as these steps will only encourage more use of the roads and then we will be back to the inevitable gridlock.
BUSINESS
June 23, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Chevron Signs Pipeline Deal: The oil company has signed a memorandum of understanding to join an Oman-Kazakhstan consortium that plans to transport oil by pipeline from the landlocked former Soviet republic. The pact also outlined Chevron's "desire to obtain priority access to the pipeline for all crude oil that it plans to produce in the Tengiz and Korolev fields of Kazakhstan," an Omani oil official said.
BUSINESS
December 28, 1993 | From Reuters
Oman's oil minister, on a mission to shore up sinking crude oil prices, will next apply his diplomacy in Norway, Britain and Russia after securing pledges of support from three minor, non-OPEC producers. Omani Oil Minister Said Shanfari said here Monday that his Yemeni, Egyptian and Syrian counterparts have said they are ready to cooperate. "The talks I had in Yemen, Egypt and Syria are very good, and the outcome is more than what we expected.
BUSINESS
February 22, 1989
Your editorial "Mobilizing for Mobility" (Feb. 7), and the silly column by Richard Katz ("To Unlock Freeways, Politicians Must Act," Op-Ed Page, Feb. 7), both advocate doing a little of the right thing, but for the wrong reason. Of course we need a gas tax. But we don't need the tax only to build additional and better roads as these steps will only encourage more use of the roads and then we will be back to the inevitable gridlock.
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