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Daily Telegraph: Database: Energy: Saturday 11 November 2006

• BP’s Russian unit, TNK-BP, paid off tax claims for 2002 and 2003, using part of an £800m reserve set aside for settling such bills.

• Shares of Cairn Energy, an Edinburgh-based company that drills for oil and gas in South Asia, had their biggest gain in five months amid speculation it may get a bid for its Indian business before the unit’s initial share sale in December.

• Irish police with nightsticks charged protesters at the site of a proposed natural-gas terminal Royal Dutch Shell wants to build in Ireland.

• Biofuels, a British producer of fuel from vegetable oil, said its profit margins are narrowing because of higher raw-material costs.

• Divers in the North Sea, who help establish and maintain oil and gas platforms, accepted a pay offer after a 10-day strike and will return to work “immediately”, the divers’ union said. and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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