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India Eases Bank Norms for Direct Rough Diamond Imports

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), India’s central bank, has now allowed the country’s diamond industry to directly import rough diamonds from anywhere in the world. 139 more words

Industry Live

Tuesday, April 8 An Overview of our day and a little lesson on kangaroos

We chose Australia because (at the time we made the decision to come to Australia), Australia was the one country that wasn’t impacted by the Global Financial Crisis. 643 more words

Tuesday, April 6, BHP Billiton (as blogged by UT Dallas Executive MBA, Class of 2014 students, Denise Grode' and Brandon Cortez)

Our second visit of the day led us to the beautiful offices of BHP Billiton, where we met with Alan Shaw, Vice President Investment and Value Management. 396 more words

North American Shale Plays Driving Growth at the Expense of Returns among Tier II Independents

Tier II independents are focusing on North America unconventionals production which will rise to 50% of their total output by about 2020—compared with less than 35% of total current production. 365 more words

Play Analysis & Operations

Bush Blitz seed bankers conserve iconic banksia

I’ve been out helping James Wood and Natalie Tapson, from the Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens, to collect seed from a small and declining single population of… 325 more words

Bush Blitz

BP books Diamond rig for Trinidad work

BP has chartered Diamond Offshore’s semi-submersible Ocean Victory for a two-year contract off Trinidad, where it has high hopes for offshore finds. The UK supermajor and Australia’s BHP Billiton are also currently undertaking a massive 17,000-square kilometre 3D seismic shoot on their deep-water acreage off Trinidad.

via Upstreamonline

3.2 Drilling Rigs