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NIGERIA
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February 27, 2008
Former OPEC president Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria is crowned as a local king of the Amananayanbo during...
NEMBE, Nigeria
Nigeria's Edmund Dakauru, a former OPEC president, is crowned during a traditional ceremony in Nembe...
Former OPEC president Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria is crowned as a local king of the Amananayanbo during a traditional ceremony in Nembe town in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, February 24, 2008. Picture taken February 24, 2008. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA/
RTR1XMY2
February 27, 2008
Traditional Ijaw war boats ply the creeks during a traditional ceremony in Nembe town in oil-rich Niger...
NEMBE, Nigeria
Traditional Ijaw war boats ply the creeks during a traditional ceremony in Nembe town in oil-rich Niger...
Traditional Ijaw war boats ply the creeks during a traditional ceremony in Nembe town in oil-rich Niger Delta region of Nigeria, February 24, 2008. Former OPEC president Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria was crowned as a local king of the Amananayanbo of Nembe at a ceremony this week. Picture taken February 24, 2008. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA/
RTR1XMXZ
February 27, 2008
A dancer in masquerade performs at a traditional ceremony in Nembe town in oil-rich Niger Delta region...
NEMBE, Nigeria
A dancer in masquerade performs at a traditional ceremony in Nembe town in oil-rich Niger Delta region...
A dancer in masquerade performs at a traditional ceremony in Nembe town in oil-rich Niger Delta region of Nigeria, February 24,2008. Former OPEC president Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria was crowned as a local king of the Amananayanbo of Nembe at a ceremony this week. Picture taken February 24, 2008. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
ENERGY-OPEC/
RTR1NHIJ
March 15, 2007
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks on his mobile phone at the Organization of Petroleum Exporting...
Vienna, Austria
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks on his mobile phone at the beginning of a meeting of OPEC...
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks on his mobile phone at the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meeting in Vienna March 15, 2007. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
ENERGY-OPEC/
RTR1NGDV
March 14, 2007
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks to the media as he arrives in a Vienna hotel March 14,...
Vienna, Austria
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks to the media as he arrives in a Vienna hotel
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks to the media as he arrives in a Vienna hotel March 14, 2007, ahead of Thursdays OPEC meeting. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
ENERGY-OPEC/
RTR1NGDU
March 14, 2007
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks to the media as he arrives in a Vienna hotel March 14,...
Vienna, Austria
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks to the media as he arrives in a Vienna hotel
Nigeria's Energy Minister Edmund Daukoru talks to the media as he arrives in a Vienna hotel March 14, 2007. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
INDIA/
RTR1L9CU
January 16, 2007
India's Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Murli Deora (L) gestures as Nigeria's Oil Minister Edmund...
New Delhi, India
India's Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Deora gestures as Nigeria's Oil Minister Daukoru smiles in...
India's Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Murli Deora (L) gestures as Nigeria's Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru smiles before the start of their meeting in New Delhi January 16, 2007. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
OPEC-MEETING/
RTR1KD0G
December 13, 2006
OPEC president and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru (L) listens to Saudi Arabia's Minister of Petroleum...
Abuja, Nigeria
OPEC president and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru listens to Saudi Arabia's Minister of Petroleum...
OPEC president and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru (L) listens to Saudi Arabia's Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali al-Naimi at the Nnamdi Azikiwe airport in Abuja, December 13, 2006. OPEC's production cut agreed at its last meeting has taken 50 million barrels of oversupply from the oil market, Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde (Nigeria)
NIGERIA-OPEC/
RTR1KC8X
December 12, 2006
Angola's Minister of Petroleum, Desiderio da Graca Verissimo da Costa (L), speaks with an OPEC official...
Abuja, Nigeria
Angola's Minister of Petroleum speaks with an OPEC official after arriving in Abuja
Angola's Minister of Petroleum, Desiderio da Graca Verissimo da Costa (L), speaks with an OPEC official after arriving in Nigeria's capital Abuja, December 12, 2006. OPEC oil ministers will welcome Angola as a new member, Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Edmund Daukoru said on Tuesday, a move expected to be approved at the group's Thursday meeting. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde (NIGERIA)
ENERGY OPEC PRICE
RTR1J3ET
November 07, 2006
OPEC president and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru speaks at a forum in Seoul November 7, 2006....
Seoul, South Korea
OPEC president and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru speaks at a forum in Seoul
OPEC president and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru speaks at a forum in Seoul November 7, 2006. OPEC has not formally set a firm oil price floor that it intends to defend, the group's president said on Tuesday, despite comments from Venezuela that the producer group wanted to keep prices above $60 a barrel. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY KOREA NIGERIA
RTR1J29Y
November 06, 2006
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru speaks at a signing ceremony of memorandum of...
Seoul, South Korea
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Daukoru speaks at signing ceremony of MOU for oil development...
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru speaks at a signing ceremony of memorandum of understanding (MOU) for oil development & railway modernization project between Nigeria and South Korea in Seoul November 6, 2006. South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction Co. and state-run Korea National Oil Corp have won a deal worth $10 billion to upgrade railway infrastructure in Nigeria, Seoul's energy ministry said on Monday. South Korea will provide infrastructure and low-interest loans for the projects in return for stakes in Nigerian oil fields, the ministry said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY KOREA NIGERIA
RTR1J29T
November 06, 2006
Chung Sye-kyun (L), South Korean Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy, shakes hands with OPEC Chairman...
Seoul, South Korea
Chung, South Korean Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy shakes hands with OPEC Chairman and Nigerian...
Chung Sye-kyun (L), South Korean Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy, shakes hands with OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru at a signing ceremony of memorandum of understanding (MOU) for oil development & railway modernization project in Seoul November 6, 2006. South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction Co. and state-run Korea National Oil Corp have won a deal worth $10 billion to upgrade railway infrastructure in Nigeria, Seoul's energy ministry said on Monday. South Korea will provide infrastructure and low-interest loans for the projects in return for stakes in Nigerian oil fields, the ministry said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY KOREA NIGERIA
RTR1J27F
November 06, 2006
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru visits the national cemetery in Seoul November...
Seoul, South Korea
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Daukoru visits the national cemetery in Seoul
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru visits the national cemetery in Seoul November 6, 2006. South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction Co. and state-run Korea National Oil Corp have won a deal worth $10 billion to upgrade railway infrastructure in Nigeria, Seoul's Energy Ministry said on Monday. South Korea will provide infrastructure and low-interest loans for the projects in return for stakes in Nigerian oil fields, the ministry said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY OPEC
RTR1J0W5
November 05, 2006
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru (L) talks to South Korean Vice Minister for Energy...
Inchon, South Korea
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Daukoru talks to South Korean Vice Minister for Energy Lee upon...
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru (L) talks to South Korean Vice Minister for Energy Lee Won-Gul (R) upon his arrival at an airport in Inchon, west of Seoul November 5, 2006. Daukoru said on Sunday all OPEC members will fully implement their oil production cuts. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY OPEC
RTR1J0W2
November 05, 2006
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru sips tea upon his arrival at an airport in Inchon,...
Inchon, South Korea
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Daukoru sips tea upon arrival in Inchon
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru sips tea upon his arrival at an airport in Inchon, west of Seoul November 5, 2006. Daukoru said on Sunday all OPEC members will fully implement their oil production cuts. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1J0VV
November 05, 2006
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru answers a Reuters reporter's questions upon his...
Inchon, South Korea
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru answers questions upon his arrival in Inchon
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru answers a Reuters reporter's questions upon his arrival at an airport in Inchon, west of Seoul November 5, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
ALGERIA
RTR1HHWZ
September 19, 2006
OPEC President and Nigeria's Minister for Petroleum Resources Edmund Daukoru (L) talks to Algerian oil...
Algiers, Algeria
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru talks to Algerian oil minister Chekb Khelil in Algiers,
OPEC President and Nigeria's Minister for Petroleum Resources Edmund Daukoru (L) talks to Algerian oil minister Chekb Khelil in Algiers, September 19, 2006. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA
RTR1HHWU
September 19, 2006
OPEC President and Nigeria's Minister for Petroleum Resources Edmund Daukoru speaks at a news conference...
Algiers, Algeria
OPEC President speaks at a news conference in Algiers
OPEC President and Nigeria's Minister for Petroleum Resources Edmund Daukoru speaks at a news conference in Algiers, September 19, 2006. Daukoru spoke about the trans-Saharan gas pipeline project which will export Nigeria's natural gas through Algeria to Europe. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA)
ENERGY OPEC
RTR1HHWT
September 19, 2006
OPEC President and Nigeria's Minister for Petroleum Resources Edmund Daukoru speaks at a news conference...
Algiers, Algeria
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru speak at a news conference in Algiers
OPEC President and Nigeria's Minister for Petroleum Resources Edmund Daukoru speaks at a news conference in Algiers, September 19, 2006. Daukoru spoke about the trans-Saharan gas pipeline project which will export Nigeria's natural gas through Algeria to Europe. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA)
OIL OPEC
RTR1H7ZP
September 11, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru from Nigeria talks to reporters at the beginning of a formal session of...
Vienna, Austria
OPEC President Daukoru from Nigeria answers to questions at OPEC meeting in Vienna
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru from Nigeria talks to reporters at the beginning of a formal session of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna September 11, 2006. OPEC met on Monday against the backdrop of a $13 fall in the oil price since mid-July but ministers said they were unlikely to tamper with output ahead of peak winter demand and with supply worries ever present. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
OIL OPEC
RTR1H7ZM
September 11, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria talks to reporters at the beginning of a formal session of OPEC...
Vienna, Austria
OPEC President Daukoru of Nigeria answers to questions at OPEC meeting in Vienna
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria talks to reporters at the beginning of a formal session of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna September 11, 2006. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
DAUKORU
RTXOUWP
July 27, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru leaves his hotel to attend a meeting with [Iran's Oil Minister] in Tehran...
Tehran, Iran
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru leaves his hotel to attend a meeting with [Iran's Oil Minister] in Teh.....
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru leaves his hotel to attend a meeting with [Iran's Oil Minister] in Tehran July 27, 2006.
IRAN
RTR1FV4C
July 27, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru leaves his hotel to attend a meeting with Iran's Oil Minister in Tehran...
Tehran, Iran
OPEC President Daukoru leaves to attend a meeting in Tehran
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru leaves his hotel to attend a meeting with Iran's Oil Minister in Tehran July 27, 2006. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN
RTR1FV46
July 27, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru leaves his hotel to attend a meeting with Iran's Oil Minister in Tehran...
Tehran, Iran
OPEC President Daukoru attends a meeting in Tehran
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru leaves his hotel to attend a meeting with Iran's Oil Minister in Tehran July 27, 2006. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
ENERGY OPEC
RTR1E63O
June 07, 2006
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L), acting Secretary General of the Organization of Petroleum...
Brussels, Belgium
European Energy Commissioner Piebalgs, acting Secretary General of OPEC Barkindo and head of the OPEC...
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L), acting Secretary General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Mohammed Barkindo and head of the OPEC Edmund Daukoru address a joint news conference at the end of a meeting in Brussels June 7, 2006. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
ENERGY OPEC
RTR1E63J
June 07, 2006
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L) and Edmund Daukoru, the head of Organization of Petroleum...
Brussels, Belgium
Eu Commissioner Piebalgs and Daukoru, the head of the OPEC address a news conference in Brussels
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L) and Edmund Daukoru, the head of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), address a joint news conference at the end of a meeting in Brussels June 7, 2006. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
ENERGY OPEC
RTR1E63H
June 07, 2006
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L), United Arab Emirates' Minister of Energy Mohamed Bin...
Brussels, Belgium
Eu Commissioner Piebalgs and Daukoru, the head of the OPEC address a news conference in Brussels
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L), United Arab Emirates' Minister of Energy Mohamed Bin Dhaen Al Hamli (C) and Edmund Daukoru, the head of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), talk at a joint news conference following a meeting in Brussels June 7, 2006. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
ENERGY OPEC
RTR1E63C
June 07, 2006
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L) and Edmund Daukoru, the head of Organization of Petroleum...
Brussels, Belgium
Eu Commissioner Piebalgs and Daukoru, head of OPEC, address news conference in Brussels
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L) and Edmund Daukoru, the head of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), address a joint news conference at the end of a meeting in Brussels June 7, 2006. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
ENERGY OPEC
RTR1E63A
June 07, 2006
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L), Mohammed Barkindo, acting Secretary General of the...
Brussels, Belgium
EU Commissioner Piebalgs, Barkindo, acting Secretary General of OPEC and Daukoru, head of OPEC address...
European Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L), Mohammed Barkindo, acting Secretary General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Edmund Daukoru (R), the head of OPEC address a joint news conference at the end of a meeting in Brussels June 7, 2006. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
NIGERIA
RTR1E455
June 05, 2006
Traffic is seen in this aerial view of Lagos, the commercial city of Nigeria, June 05, 2006. Nigeria...
Lagos, Nigeria
Traffic is seen in this aerial view of Lagos, the commercial city of Nigeria
Traffic is seen in this aerial view of Lagos, the commercial city of Nigeria, June 05, 2006. Nigeria will increase its oil output by 1.5 million barrels per day by next year, contributing to OPEC's spare capacity, OPEC President and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA
RTR1E43E
June 05, 2006
An oil tanker discharges petroleum products at a fuel depot in the commercial city of Lagos, Nigeria,...
Lagos, Nigeria
Oil tanker discharge petroleum products at fuel depot in commercial city of Lagos
An oil tanker discharges petroleum products at a fuel depot in the commercial city of Lagos, Nigeria, June 5, 2006. Nigeria will increase its oil output by 1.5 million barrels per day by next year, contributing to OPEC's spare capacity, OPEC President and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
ENERGY KOREA OPEC
RTR1E439
June 05, 2006
An oil tanker discharges petroleum products at a fuel depot in the commercial city of Lagos, Nigeria,...
Lagos, Nigeria
Oil tanker discharges petroleum products at fuel depot in commercial city of Lagos
An oil tanker discharges petroleum products at a fuel depot in the commercial city of Lagos, Nigeria, June 5, 2006. Nigeria will increase its oil output by 1.5 million barrels per day by next year, contributing to OPEC's spare capacity, OPEC President and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
ENERGY KOREA OPEC
RTR1E3RP
June 05, 2006
Edmund Daukoru, the head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Nigeria's minister...
Seoul, South Korea
Daukoru, the head of the OPEC, speaks at a news conference in Seoul
Edmund Daukoru, the head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Nigeria's minister of state for petroleum resources, speaks at a news conference in Seoul June 5, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY KOREA OPEC
RTR1E3RJ
June 05, 2006
Edmund Daukoru, the head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Nigeria's minister...
Seoul, South Korea
Daukoru, the head of the OPEC, speaks at news conference in Seoul
Edmund Daukoru, the head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Nigeria's minister of state for petroleum resources, speaks at a news conference in Seoul June 5, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA OPEC
RTR1E3JH
June 05, 2006
South Korea's President Roh Moo-Hyun shakes hands with Edmund Daukoru, the head of the Organization of...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's President Roh shakes hands with OPEC head Daukoru in Seoul
South Korea's President Roh Moo-Hyun shakes hands with Edmund Daukoru, the head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and Nigeria's minister of state for petroleum resources, in Seoul June 5, 2006. REUTERS/Kim Jae-hwan/Pool
ENERGY KOREA OPEC
RTR1E3IV
June 05, 2006
South Korea's Commerce and Energy Minister Chung Sye-kyun (L) greets Edmund Daukoru, the head of the...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's Commerce and Energy Minister Chung greets Daukoru, head OPEC in Seoul
South Korea's Commerce and Energy Minister Chung Sye-kyun (L) greets Edmund Daukoru, the head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Nigeria's minister of state for petroleum resources in Seoul June 5, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY KOREA OPEC
RTR1E3IT
June 05, 2006
South Korea's Commerce and Energy Minister Chung Sye-kyun (R) greets Edmund Daukoru, the head of the...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's commerce and energy minister Chung greets Daukoru, head of OPEC in Seoul
South Korea's Commerce and Energy Minister Chung Sye-kyun (R) greets Edmund Daukoru, the head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Nigeria's minister of state for petroleum resources in Seoul June 5, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
OPEC
RTR1DZXJ
June 01, 2006
Nigerian Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and President of the OPEC,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Nigerian Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, speaks to journalists in...
Nigerian Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and President of the OPEC, speaks to journalists before the first working session at the 114th OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) ministerial meeting in Caracas June 1, 2006. REUTERS/Christian Veron (VENEZUELA)
OPEC
RTR1DZO7
June 01, 2006
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (R) greets Nigeria's Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuelan President Chavez greets Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru at OPEC meeting in Caracas
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (R) greets Nigeria's Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and President of OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru in Caracas, June 1, 2006. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (VENEZUELA)
OPEC
RTR1DZM3
June 01, 2006
Nigeria's Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and President of OPEC (Organization...
Caracas, Venezuela
Nigerian Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru President of the OPEC speaches at OPEC meeting
Nigeria's Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and President of OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries), speaks during the OPEC meeting in Caracas, June 1 2006. OPEC on Thursday prepared to leave oil supply quotas unchanged and keep pumping at full capacity, rejecting a push for a production cut by host Venezuela, the cartel's leading price hawk. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (VENEZUELA)
OPEC
RTR1DZL4
June 01, 2006
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (R) greets the audience while arriving with Nigeria's Minister of State...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuelan President Chavez greets audience while arriving at OPEC meeting in Caracas
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (R) greets the audience while arriving with Nigeria's Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and President of OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) Edmund Maduabebe Daukoru in Caracas, June 1 2006. OPEC on Thursday prepared to leave oil supply quotas unchanged and keep pumping at full capacity, rejecting a push for a production cut by host Venezuela, the cartel's leading price hawk. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (VENEZUELA)
VENEZUELA
RTXOO1C
May 30, 2006
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006....
Caracas, Venezuela
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 20.....
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006. Oil cartel OPEC will probably hold supply quotas unchanged at Thursday's policy meeting, but will keep pumping as much crude as it can to ease market fears of a shortage, OPEC President Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. [The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is due to hold an extraordinary meeting in the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Thursday against the backdrop of oil prices near record levels above $70 per barrel.]
VENEZUELA
RTXOO1B
May 30, 2006
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006....
Caracas, Venezuela
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 20.....
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006. Oil cartel OPEC will probably hold supply quotas unchanged at Thursday's policy meeting, but will keep pumping as much crude as it can to ease market fears of a shortage, OPEC President Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. [The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is due to hold an extraordinary meeting in the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Thursday against the backdrop of oil prices near record levels above $70 per barrel.]
OPEC VENEZUELA
RTR1DXKE
May 30, 2006
A Venezuelan worker puts the final touches at the venue of the OPEC meeting outside the Energy Ministry...
Caracas, Venezuela
Worker puts final touches at venue of OPEC meeting outside Energy Ministry in Caracas
A Venezuelan worker puts the final touches at the venue of the OPEC meeting outside the Energy Ministry in Caracas May 30, 2006. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will probably keep supply quotas unchanged at Thursday's policy meeting, but will keep pumping as much crude as it can to ease market fears of a shortage, OPEC President Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. OPEC is due to hold an extraordinary meeting in the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Thursday against the backdrop of oil prices near record levels above $70 per barrel. The word on the wall reads 'oil'. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
OPEC VENEZUELA
RTR1DXH5
May 30, 2006
A Venezuelan worker hangs a welcome banner outside the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006....
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuelan worker hangs welcome banner outside Energy Ministry building in Caracas
A Venezuelan worker hangs a welcome banner outside the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006. Oil cartel OPEC will probably hold supply quotas unchanged at Thursday's policy meeting, but will keep pumping as much crude as it can to ease market fears of a shortage, OPEC President Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is due to hold an extraordinary meeting in the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Thursday against the backdrop of oil prices near record levels above $70 per barrel.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva
OPEC VENEZUELA
RTR1DXGT
May 30, 2006
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006....
Caracas, Venezuela
Statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006. Oil cartel OPEC will probably hold supply quotas unchanged at Thursday's policy meeting, but will keep pumping as much crude as it can to ease market fears of a shortage, OPEC President Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is due to hold an extraordinary meeting in the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Thursday against the backdrop of oil prices near record levels above $70 per barrel.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva
OPEC VENEZUELA
RTR1DXGO
May 30, 2006
A Venezuelan worker hangs a welcome banner outside the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006....
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuelan worker hangs welcome banner outside Energy Ministry building in Caracas
A Venezuelan worker hangs a welcome banner outside the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006. Oil cartel OPEC will probably hold supply quotas unchanged at Thursday's policy meeting, but will keep pumping as much crude as it can to ease market fears of a shortage, OPEC President Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is due to hold an extraordinary meeting in the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Thursday against the backdrop of oil prices near record levels above $70 per barrel.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva
OPEC VENEZUELA
RTR1DXG8
May 30, 2006
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006....
Caracas, Venezuela
Statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas
A statue depicting an oil rig is seen in front of the Energy Ministry building in Caracas May 30, 2006. Oil cartel OPEC will probably hold supply quotas unchanged at Thursday's policy meeting, but will keep pumping as much crude as it can to ease market fears of a shortage, OPEC President Edmund Daukoru said on Monday. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is due to hold an extraordinary meeting in the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Thursday against the backdrop of oil prices near record levels above $70 per barrel.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva
ENERGY TALKS
RTR1CRBX
April 24, 2006
Secretary General of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Edmund Daukoru arrives...
Doha, Qatar
OPEC Secretary General Daukoru arrives for International Energy Forum meeting in Doha
Secretary General of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Edmund Daukoru arrives for International Energy Forum meeting held in Doha, Qatar, April 24, 2006. REUTERS/Fadi Alassaad
OIL NIGERIA
RTR1CQ4L
April 18, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses a news conference in Abuja, Nigeria April 18, 2006, after oil...
Abuja, Nigeria
OPEC President Daukoru addresses news conference in Abuja
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses a news conference in Abuja, Nigeria April 18, 2006, after oil hit a record $72.20 a barrel as Iran defied world pressure to halt its nuclear program. Daukoru, who is also Nigeria's oil minister, said that threatening statements being made against Iran as a result of its nuclear program was the main reason for the rise. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
OIL NIGERIA
RTR1CL7H
April 18, 2006
OPEC's president Edmund Daukoru addresses a news conference in Abuja, Nigeria April 18, 2006 after oil...
Abuja, Nigeria
OPECs president Edmund Daukoru addresses a news conference in Abuja
OPEC's president Edmund Daukoru addresses a news conference in Abuja, Nigeria April 18, 2006 after oil hit a record $72.20 a barrel as Iran defied world pressure to halt its nuclear program. Daukoru, who is also Nigeria's oil minister, said that threatening statements being made against Iran as a result of its nuclear program was the main reason for the rise. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
AFRICA OIL
RTR1C6X3
April 04, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru answers questions during a news conference at the African Oil and Gas and...
ALGIERIS, Algeria
OPEC President Daukoru answers questions during news conference at African Oil and Gas and Finance conference...
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru answers questions during a news conference at the African Oil and Gas and Finance conference in Algiers March 4, 2006. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi
OIL OPEC
RTR16ZNM
March 08, 2006
Nigeria's oil minister and OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses the media after the end of a meeting...
Vienna, Austria
OPEC President Daukoru addresses media in Vienna
Nigeria's oil minister and OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses the media after the end of a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna March 8, 2006. OPEC said on Wednesday it will keep oil output close to the limit to bring prices within consumers' comfort zone and fill supply gaps, but a threat by Iran to review its oil exports cast a shadow. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
OIL OPEC
RTR16ZNI
March 08, 2006
Nigeria's oil minister and OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses the media after the end of a meeting...
Vienna, Austria
OPEC President Daukoru addresses media in Vienna
Nigeria's oil minister and OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses the media after the end of a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna March 8, 2006. OPEC said on Wednesday it will keep oil output close to the limit to bring prices within consumers' comfort zone and fill supply gaps, but a threat by Iran to review its oil exports cast a shadow. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
OIL OPEC
RTR16ZNF
March 08, 2006
Nigeria's oil minister and OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses the media after the end of a meeting...
Vienna, Austria
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses media in Vienna
Nigeria's oil minister and OPEC President Edmund Daukoru addresses the media after the end of a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna March 8, 2006. OPEC said on Wednesday it will keep oil output close to the limit to bring prices within consumers' comfort zone and fill supply gaps, but a threat by Iran to review its oil exports cast a shadow. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
OPEC
RTR16ZK9
March 08, 2006
Nigeria's Oil Minister and OPEC President Edmund Daukoru talks to reporters at the beginning of a formal...
Vienna, Austria
OPEC President and Nigerian Oil Minister Daukoru talks to reporters in Vienna
Nigeria's Oil Minister and OPEC President Edmund Daukoru talks to reporters at the beginning of a formal session of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna March 8, 2006. OPEC said on Wednesday it will keep oil output close to the limit to bring prices within consumers' comfort zone and fill supply gaps. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
OIL OPEC
RTR16XRK
March 06, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru from Nigeria talks to journalists as he arrives in Vienna March 6, 2006....
Vienna, Austria
OPEC President Daukoru from Nigeria arrives in Vienna
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru from Nigeria talks to journalists as he arrives in Vienna March 6, 2006. The 140th meeting of OPEC oil ministers starts in Vienna March 8, 2006. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
OIL OPEC
RTR16XRJ
March 06, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria talks to journalists as he arrives to Vienna March 6, 2006....
Vienna, Austria
OPEC President Daukoru of Nigeria arrives in Vienna
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria talks to journalists as he arrives to Vienna March 6, 2006. The 140th meeting of OPEC oil ministers starts in Vienna on March 8, 2006. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
ENERGY OPEC PRODUCTION
RTR16U7O
March 03, 2006
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria speaks at the National Press Club in Washington March 3, 2006....
Washington, UNITED STATES
OPEC President speaks at the National Press Club in Washington
OPEC President Edmund Daukoru of Nigeria speaks at the National Press Club in Washington March 3, 2006. Daukoru, who is also the Nigerian oil minister, is on a three-day visit to Washington to meet with government officials. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
NIGERIA
RTR15YFL
February 07, 2006
OPEC chairman and Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Edmund Daukoru (L) greets Sao Tome and Principe...
Abuja, Nigeria
Nigeria's Edmund Daukoru greets Sao Tome and Principe's Diolindo De Boa Esperanca in Abuja
OPEC chairman and Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Edmund Daukoru (L) greets Sao Tome and Principe Minister of Natural Resources, Diolindo De Boa Esperanca at the start of their meeting in Abuja February 7, 2006. The two held talks joint oil exploration projects, which have been plagued by delays, wrangling and allegations of corruption. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
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