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10-Sep-2008

  • Dolphin gas supply to Oman to begin in October (MENAFN)

    Dolphin gas supply to Oman to begin in October


  • Dolphin deaths studied (Sun-Sentinel)

    If a dolphin die-off in the northern lagoon moves south, the marine mammal's population in Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties could be at risk, says a researcher at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.


  • Dolphin Offshore Bags Two Contracts From ONGC For Rs.304 Cr. (Nasdaq)

    (RTTNews) - Monday, Dolphin Offshore Enterprises India said that the company bagged two orders for Rs.304 crores from ONGC. The first project is for NQD Enhancement project valued at 27.03 million euros and the second one is ICP revamp project valued at 28.09 million euros.


  • India Hot Stocks: Dolphin Offshore surges on ONGC order (Reuters via Yahoo! Philippines News)

    (Adds Dolphin Offshore)


  • Dolphin Mall keeps growing even as economy struggles (Miami Today)

    By Yudislaidy Fernandez Dolphin Mall has a lot to be thankful for during these cash-strapped times, including increased sales, new tenants and now a hotel on-site, mall officials say.


  • Dolphin 'crimes' exposed (The Japan Times)

    I love it when animals do things that we don't expect, especially when they do things we might have species- centeredly thought were unique to humans, or when they do something that appears to be "out of character." So that's warning enough right away that this story about dolphins isn't going to be one of the usual anecdotes about them rescuing a human from sharks (though that does apparently ...


  • Dolphin Offshore gets orders worth 3.04 bln rupees (Reuters via Yahoo! India News)

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Dolphin Offshore Enterprises India Ltd said on Monday it has got two orders worth 3.04 billion rupees from Oil and Natural Gas Corp.


  • Dolphin die-off in northern Indian River Lagoon is raising red flags (TCPalm.com)

    If a dolphin die-off in the northern lagoon moves south, the marine mammals' population in Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties could be at risk, says a researcher at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.


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