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Fri, May 3 2019

W. Africa Crude-Total sells IOC a VLCC, Nigerian outlook brightens

LONDON, May 3 Total won a tender for a West African grade by Indian state oil company IOC which closed on Thursday and will send a VLCC.

W. Africa Crude-Trading muted due to May Day, Indian tenders

LONDON, May 2 Trading slowed on Thursday in the wake of May Day holidays throughout much of the world and as the market awaited the conclusion of tenders from the Indian Oil Company (IOC).

IOC wants new Japan member as soon as possible: Bach

LAUSANNE, Switzerland The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is looking to appoint a new member for Japan soon following the departure of Japan Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda from the global ruling body, IOC President Thomas Bach said on Wednesday.

Olympics-IOC wants new Japan member as soon as possible - Bach

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, March 27 The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is looking to appoint a new member for Japan soon following the departure of Japan Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda from the global ruling body, IOC President Thomas Bach said on Wednesday.

Japan's Takeda no longer an IOC member: IOC

LAUSANNE, Switzerland Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda, who is under investigation in France for suspected corruption and will step down from his role in June, is no longer an International Olympic Committee member, the IOC said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Olympics-Japan's Takeda no longer an IOC member - IOC

* Takeda under investigation in France (Updates with details)

Olympics-Japan's Takeda no longer an IOC member - IOC

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, March 26 Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda, who is under investigation in France for suspected corruption and will step down from his role in June, is no longer an International Olympic Committee member, the IOC said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 4-Olympics-Japan chief Takeda to quit as corruption probe continues

* Takeda also resigns from IOC, says has done nothing illegal (Updates with IOC reaction)

Japan committee chief Takeda to resign as IOC member: Kyodo

TOKYO Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda, who is expected to announce plans to step down on Tuesday, is also set to resign as a member of the International Olympics Committee, Kyodo News reported.

Dubai's ENOC partners with India's IOC to expand abroad

Dubai, Feb 20 United Arab Emirates' National Oil Company (ENOC) Group said on Wednesday it had formed an alliance with state-run Indian Oil Company (IOC) as part of the Dubai-based firm's global expansion strategy.

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