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#TrendingThursday Week 118

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New Job!

I have some very exciting news to share!  I am starting my first full-time job on Monday!  I feel like it has been a long time coming but the struggle and wait has been worth it to find a job I think I am really going to enjoy. 148 more words

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Murphy Oil nets $2bn in Malaysia farm out

Murphy Oil has sold a 30% stake in its Malaysian oil and gas assets to Indonesia’s PT Pertamina for $2 bn cash. Murphy Oil holds majority stakes in seven production sharing contracts in Malaysia that yielded more than 40% of its total net production last year with output of around 86,000 boepd.

via Upstreamonline

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First Reserve closes on Asian floating production facilities

A First Reserve and Petrofac joint venture has reached financial close on a $225m six-year facility to refinance two FPSOs in Malaysia and Thailand. Petrofac and First Reserve agreed to set up a $1.25 bn fund to buy energy infrastructure assets in Jun 2014.

via IJGlobal

3.1 FLNG / FPSO / MOPU / Floaters

Hubungan Antara Media dan Perusahaan: Simbiosis Mutualisme!

Oleh: Mahfud Achyar

Student of Paramadina Graduate School | School of Communication | Corporate Communication |

Yosal Iriantara (2005:32) mengatakan bahwa praktisi Corporate Communication atau Public Relations perlu melakukan aktifitas media relations sebagai upaya membinan dan membangun hubungan baik dengan media massa sebagai sarana komunikasi antara organisasi (perusahaan) dengan publik untuk mencapai tujuan organisasi.

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Total announces plans to sell $10 bn in assets by 2017

Total plans to divest $10 bn in assets during 2015-17 in an effort to improve cash flow and enforce stricter financial discipline. The announcement follows the realization of the company’s goal to divest $15-20 bn in assets during 2012-14.

via Fuel Fix

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