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Talos Energy along with Block 7 partners and PetrĂłleos Mexicanos (Pemex) have 120 working days to submit a Unitization and Unit Operating Agreement to Mexico's Ministry of Energy for Zama field development.
Petrobras has contracted Saipem for installation of a rigid riser-based subsea system for the BĂșzios presalt project. The field lies in Santos basin, offshore Rio de Janeiro, in 1,537-2,190 m of water.
Disney World Reopens With Masks and Without Lines Disney fans visiting the company?s Orlando theme park, which reopened Saturday, are finding the limited capacity and strict protocols reassuring but unsettling. ?It?s like a Twilight Zone dream.?
Breaking Down the Pandemic's Toll on the Job Market In the first half of 2020, we saw a decade?s worth of employment gains wiped out in two months, and then about a third of the 21 million lost jobs recovered. Here is a look at who and what kinds of jobs were impacted.
Fed Discloses More Corporate Bond and ETF Purchases The Federal Reserve purchased about $1.3 billion in face value of corporate bonds from June 17 to June 26, boosting its purchases under a market-stabilization buying program to about $1.5 billion at the time.
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