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Continued supply growth will become "unsustainable", leading to a supply shortfall of 4.5mn bpd by 2035 unless exploration results start to "significantly" improve, oil supply research firm Wood Mackenzie has warned
Depressed oil prices will force oil and gas companies to seek scarce buyers in a debt-driven shakeout, according to A.T. Kearney’s Oil and Gas M&A Outlook
Saudi Aramco will be valued at more than US$2 trillion and plans to sell less than five per cent of it through an initial public offering (IPO), deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has announced
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First former Speaker of the House John Boehner calls him "Lucifer in the flesh" then a representative for the Satanic Temple says presidential hopeful Ted Cruz lacks compassion. It's been a tough week for the Texas senator.
After Boehner criticized his fellow Republicans' prickly nature while speaking at Stanford University on Wednesday night, The Friendly Atheist blog reached out to the Satanic Temple for their thoughts on the matter. They want nothing to do with Cruz, said spokesman Lucien Greaves.
Ouch. The temple, which has multiple chapters, "facilitates the communication and mobilization of politically aware Satanists, secularists, and advocates for individual liberty," according to its website. Read more...
Ransomware, a type of malware that holds your computer hostage until you pay a certain amount of money, seems to be getting more popular since it sprouted up in large-scale form in 2013.
The website of Maisto International, a toymaker that primarily sells model vehicles and remote control vehicles, is playing host to some ransomware, Malwarebytes wrote Thursday. On the maisto.com homepage, malicious files can download themselves onto visitors' computers via something called Angler.
Angler is a type of exploit toolkit that installs malicious files on your computer. In this case, the Angler kit is infecting computers with CryptXXX, a ransomware that encrypts users' files, offering to unlock them for a fee. Read more...
As if anti-LGBTQ laws aren't restrictive enough, some people are now taking bathroom-policing into their own hands.
This was the experience of Jessica Rush, a Texas woman who attempted to use a woman's restroom at the Baylor Medical Center in Frisco this week, only to be followed into the bathroom by a man.
Rush said the man, who she estimated was 6'4" compared to her 5'3", followed her all the way inside the bathroom, and she said it never occurred to her that he wanted to make sure she was a woman until he said so.
What do you think the nickname for a Rolls-Royce roller bag might be? A "roller roller?" No, really, I am asking. You tell me.
On Friday, Rolls-Royce unveiled a six-piece luggage set made for jet-set Rolls-Royce owners who want to bring the elite elegance of their motorcar with them while they travel.
The $45,854 set isn't just rebadged Louis Vuitton luggage; it was created specifically for Rolls-Royce.
Just like the illustrious Rolls-Royce cars, the Grand Tourer piece of the luggage set includes self-righting wheel centers emblazoned with the double-R logo. That way, even if people don't see you get out of your Rolls, they'll know you have one. Read more...
LOS ANGELES — Move over, Chris Pine: There's a new Jack Ryan in Hollywood.
John Krasinski has been tapped to play the CIA hero for a new Amazon drama series based on the Tom Clancy books.
The series, made with Paramount TV, is co-created by Lost alumni Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland.
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This marks Krasinkski's first TV gig since The Office, where he played the beloved Jim. He most recently starred in Bay's 13 Hours.
The role has previously been played by Pine, Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford and Ben Affleck in the movie franchises. The five movies — the first of which debuted in 1990 — have made about $1 billion globally. Read more...
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