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Niko Resources Plunges After Gas Reserves Cut
Niko Resources Ltd. (NKO), a Canada-based natural-gas producer, dropped the most in 19 years today after the company's gas reserves fell more than estimated.
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RIL's KG-D6 has 80% less reserves than estimated: Niko Resources
NEW DELHI: Reliance Industries' flagging KG-D6 gas block holds 80 per cent less reserves than previously estimated, the firm's junior partner Niko Resources of Canada said today. Proved plus probable reserves at Krishna Godavari basin D6 block has ...
Niko natural gas reserves fall 51%
'KG-D6 reserves 80% less than estimate'  The Hindu
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Niko slashes estimates for KG-D6 basin
Mumbai/New Delhi: The share price of Mukesh Ambani-promoted Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) slumped after its partner in the D6 gas field in the Krishna Godavari (KG) basin, Canada's Niko Resources Ltd, slashed the proven and probable gas reserve ...
Chart of the day: It's not just RIL that is suffering from low gas output
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Bright future for Couche-Tard
Canadian energy producer Niko Resources Ltd.'s 70-per-cent writedown of proved plus probable natural gas reserves at its D6 block in India "reads as very negative," said Raymond James analyst Rafi Khouri.
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Fears BlackBerry 10 could be too little too late for RIM
TORONTO - With shares of Research In Motion Ltd. taking a pounding on capital markets on Friday, investors are wondering aloud if the embattled BlackBerry maker's white knight operating system will arrive in time to save the Waterloo, Ont.
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Alberta oil companies move markets and fuel nations, but need to spend ...
�A person who buys a hunting licence kills more birds than we do every year,� said Calvin Duane, manager of environment for Calgary-based Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (CNR). �We will spend millions to not kill any ducks.� Each dead duck has to be ...
Google merges digital and physical worlds with new image-based projects
David Paul Morris/BloombergSergey Brin, co-founder of Google, wears Project Glass internet glasses while speaking at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, California, U.S.
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Now the UN slams Quebec's 'alarming' anti-protest laws in latest Canada criticism
In what a critic calls ''absurd,'' the UN human rights commissioner has criticized Quebec for its legislation aimed at quelling student protests that have rocked Montreal's streets since February.
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Dunkin' Donuts ordered to pay $16.4M to Quebec franchisees
Emile Wamsteker/BloombergThe Quebec Superior Court ruled that Dunkin Donuts Canada Ltd. failed to protect and enhance its brand at the cost of the 21 franchisees and misled owners to get them to buy into a new strategy that ultimately failed.
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How wireless technology is making it OK to leave mom home alone
�Another significant aspect is that this result was achieved without any extra resources,� says Dr. Cafazzo. This includes medication levels, meaning that patients realized these benefits through more effective compliance with their existing treatments ...