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  • HANOI, Vietnam—Hundreds of demonstrators gathered Sunday in Vietnam's capital in a rare protest demanding that China stay out of their waters following a spat involving a Vietnamese oil-drilling research boat in the South China Sea.

    Hundreds in Vietnam Protest Against China Involvement in Nearby Waters

  • Associated Press Investors speculated about whether offshore oil-drilling company Pride International would be the subject of a bidding war.

    Banks Woo Funds With Private Peeks

  • In fact the position at that point was that Denmark's navy and Greenland's police were considering boarding the ship Greenpeace clashes with Danish navy after boarding oil-drilling ship, 31 May, page 13, early editions.

    Corrections and clarifications

  • Economists point to an array of factors, including high energy prices that set off an oil-drilling frenzy, rising exports and a conservative banking industry that helped the state sidestep the housing crash.

    Texas bucks national unemployment trend

  • In India Shah has found a niche for himself by supplying fire suppression and alarm systems to offshore oil-drilling platforms, telecom data centers and outsourcing offices that need round-the-clock fire protection.

    Smoke Detector

  • Rangel is also accused of misusing a rent-controlled apartment for political purposes and preserving tax benefits for an oil-drilling company in exchange for donations to a project he supported at City College of New York.

    Political rematch for embattled congressman

  • Nabors Industries said the SEC has opened an investigation into perks received by the oil-drilling contractor's executives.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • Nabors said the U.S. has opened an investigation into perks received by the oil-drilling contractor's executives, including personal flights on company jets.

    What's News—

  • Nabors Industries Ltd., the oil-drilling contractor whose chairman is set to receive $100 million for relinquishing his chief-executive title, said Wednesday the Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into perks received by its executives, including personal flights on company jets.

    SEC Probes Nabors's Executive Perks, Jets

  • They cite the slow pace of issuing new oil-drilling permits in the Gulf of Mexico since last summer's oil spill.

    Obama's Energy Policy Faces Pressure

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