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  • Filtration Industry Analyst January 2000

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    The energy industry is indis- lensable to society, but must adapt itself to changes nought about by the explo- ;ion of information technolo- ly, says Archie Dunham, Zonocos chairman and chief :xecutive officer.

    Dunham told the annual Arthur Andersen Energy Sym- losium that successful energy :ompanies must be fast, nim- ,le and aggressive and must :mbrace new technologies like :-commerce to become more :ompetitive and profitable.

    Dunham said information ethnology was connecting :ompanies to all their stake- rolders in ways unimagined a decade ago. building important :lectronic links to suppliers in order to increase productivity, :ut cycle time and improve ustomer satisfaction.


    LIBYA IotalFina and its partners Repsol YPF, OMV and Saga lave signed an agreement with Libyas National Oil Zorp (NOC) to explore .he M-4 block in the Mur- mk region of southwestern Libya.

    TotalFina holds a 24% nterest while Repsol YPF has 12%, OMV 24% and Saga LO%. Block M-4 covers an

    area of around 12 300 km in the northern region of the Murzuk oil basin. Repsol YPF will operate it during the exploration phase.

    The new agreement tits with TotalFinas strategy to strengthen its positions in North and West Africa. Total- Fina is already present in the

    Wurzuk Basin with a 30% nterest in the NC-l 15 block md has been a partner on Ilocks NC-186 and NC-187 ;ince November 1997.


    Following approval from the US Federal Trade Commis- sion (FTC), oil giants Exxon Corp and Mobil Corp have nerged.

    However the FTC says


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