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Give Generously and Joyfully

10 Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness. 246 more words

What is Chinese for "Double Edged Sword?"

Read on this story about water issues in China and this is going to be the story of every town and every city and every country in the near future.  94 more words

Mozambique Oil & Gas: "Rovuma gas ready to fill global supply gap" - Galp CEO says

Portuguese Oil company Galp Energy CEO Carlos Gomes da Silva believes Mozambique is ready to fill global LNG supply gap, according to Financial Times report. 612 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

More Than Enough for Me

More peace when I believe
More joy abundantly
More grace from Calvary
You’re more than enough for me

More hope within my dreams
More mercy for my need… 110 more words

Poetry

Saturday's: Supply and Demand and deflation

In reply to Professor Pierre Lemieux

Pierre Lemieux replied to my writings previously summarised in this blog. Mr Lemieux notes my perspective may be related to… 792 more words

Economics

Valero Signs Agreements to Supply Mexico

An experienced energy executive, Levon Termendzhyan has been involved in the oil and natural gas industries since his first job pumping gas as a teenager. Today, Levon Termendzhyan leads several international energy firms and maintains close ties with other global energy companies, including… 158 more words

Levon Termendzhyan

What are we doing when we export?

Pierre Lemieux writes of the choice that domestic firms make when employing resources to satisfy domestic or foreign demand.

Mr Lemieux considers either these resources were idle or are being diverted from other industries, making it such that American corn is exchanged with Chinese toys – this would imply “Chinese importers would probably have to bid up the prices paid to American producers, which means that some American consumers or firms would reduce their quantity demanded.” 497 more words

Economics