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Halliburton has announced the release of the Acoustic Conformance Xaminer® service (ACX), a technology to help operators identify and pinpoint costly wellbore leaks by analysing sound waves that describe flow patterns in the formation and casing, at SPE ATCE currently taking place in Dubai from 26-28 September
Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has awarded Technip Italy the EPC contract for the design and construction of a new processing unit which will expand the capacity of its ENOC Processing Company (EPCL) Jebel Ali facility by 50 per cent
Siirtec nigi awarded the design and supply of two modular sulphur recovery units for Sabriya and East Raudhatain gas treatment plants
Harris CapRock Communications has launched its OnePath long-range wireless radio to address the growing demand for bandwidth in the cruise, energy and commercial maritime industries
Saudi Telecommunication Company (STC) and Intelsat have entered an agreement which allows the telecom operator to use Intelsat’s satellite solutions to support operations for the oil and gas industry
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What did the government know, and when did it know it?
It seems almost impossible to believe, but the Malaysian government must have known since shortly after it crashed that Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot of the doomed flight MH370, deliberately put the plane down in the Indian Ocean on the night of March 8, 2014 after rendering everybody aboard unconscious and creating the greatest mystery in aviation history.
The question that someone needs to be asking in Malaysia is the classic one posed to government officials before: What do you know, and when did you know it?
New York Magazine, in a stunning story last week, reported that a leak from the Malaysian government revealed the US Federal Bureau of Investigation had found evidence on Zaharie’s deleted flight-simulator hard drives indicating he had practiced a one-way flight into the southern Indian Ocean, just about the place a multimillion dollar search has been continuing for over two years.
Although Malaysian authorities including the inspector general of police, Khalid Abu Bakar, flatly denied the story, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau confirmed to the Australian news show 60 Minutes over the weekend that the FBI did examine the simulator and did find a route plotted into the southern Indian Ocean.
Khalid said the Malaysians would have to wait for recovery of the plane’s black box, which may never be found. Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai has dismissed the speculation, saying Zaharie’s flight simulator records weren’t proof that he had intended to commit suicide, which if nothing else appears to be an admission that they knew about the simulator records.
But Malaysia, coincidentally in the middle of the biggest financial scandal in the country’s history with as much as US$4 billion having disappeared from 1Malaysia Development Bhd., thus now has a scandal now that in…Continue
Posted by Brian Simpson on August 2, 2016 at 12:03
A man has been arrested for allegedly hacking the iCloud account of Pippa Middleton — sister of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge — and stealing 3,000 of her private photographs.
The hack was first reported Friday by The Independent. On Saturday, London's Metropolitan Police arrested a 35-year-old man on suspicion of hacking Middleton's account. He was released on bail Sunday, according to NBC News.
Authorities arrested the suspect after The Sun reported that the hacker contacted the publication on Saturday under the pseudonym "Crafty Cockney." The newspaper said the hacker was attempting to sell illegally acquired images for a minimum of 50,000 pounds ($65,000). Read more...More about Hacking, Uk, Tech, Pippa Middleton, and Icloud
Ryan Lochte, you are nothing.
If the world needs a blond swimmer, these sixteen golden retrievers are all superior options, even though they will probably also lie when they pee somewhere they're not supposed to.
These loyal pups swim after their owner in Samut Songkhram, Thailand, and they would probably follow you around, too, if they ever got to know you.
The White House announced today that President Obama will be joined by Leonardo DiCaprio to talk about ways to combat climate change at the first South By South Lawn conference.
The announcement was made with a tweet that included an image of the two in conversation, and when Jake Beckham challenged his Twitter followers to caption the image, the responses came pouring in.
A lot of people focused on the film Titanic:
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