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Is Shell Fish in Caribbean Safe to Eat Oil Spill Contamination
June 18, 2010
Is Shell Fish in Caribbean Safe to Eat? Oil Spill Contamination

The BP oil spill, resulting in the worst oil spill in recent history, will most certainly affect the Gulf of Mexico's waters. Recently, the US government statistics showed that between 20,000 and 40,000-plus barrels of oil spouted from BP's ruptured Gulf well, called the, "worst oil spill in US history." The fish and shell fish in the Gulf of Mexico will go through rigorous testing and sampling be...

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Today's Gas Prices
April 12, 2012
Today's Gas Prices

Today's Gas Prices Shell $5.74, Esso $5.72 and Texaco $5.72 Shell Wulf rd is $5.65 Texaco Harbour Bay is $5.68 and Esso Bargain City between the hours of 12am-5:30am is $5.47

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Tuesday January 22nd, 2013 Gas Prices
January 22, 2013
Tuesday January 22nd, 2013 Gas Prices

Tuesday January 22nd, 2013 Gas Prices

Texaco's prices are still the highest and esso still has the best deal for gas on the island. Bahamas Public service station offers good discounts for their customers who hold an on the go card , if you wish to obtain one you can ask about it at their store located on wullf road.

Also on wulff road check out shell's low bargains.

Today's Prices


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July 24, 2013
Saxons Salute Shell

The Shell Saxons Superstars presented their 2013 New Year's Junkanoo Parade trophy to representatives from Sun Oil Limited, the Shell Licensee, to honour Shell's more than 34 years of sponsorship "I wish to thank Sun Oil and Shell for their enduring commitment to the development and preservation of Bahamian culture through Junkanoo...

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The Conch - Our Bahamain Queen
September 12, 2012
The Conch - Our Bahamain Queen

The queen conch - as defined in WildEarth's petition to the US government: The queen conch is a large gastropod mollusk characterised by a hard external spiral-shaped shell with blunt spikes.

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September 12, 2012
The Conch - Our Bahamian queen

THE queen conch - as defined in WildEarth's petition to the US government:

The queen conch is a large gastropod mollusk characterised by a hard external spiral-shaped shell with blunt spikes.

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Oil giants form joint oil-spill-fighting venture without BP
July 22, 2010
Oil giants form joint oil-spill-fighting venture without BP

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Four of the big five Western oil majors have formed a $1 billion nonprofit joint venture aimed at combating future oil spills, possibly to head off stricter offshore-drilling rules

Exxon Mobil Corp. , Royal Dutch Shell PLC , Chevron Corp. and ConocoPhillips plan to build a rapid-response system to help contain future blown-out oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Atlantis Turtles get their annual Physicals
February 28, 2014
Atlantis Turtles get their annual Physicals

Atlantisí Green Sea Turtles, located at the Hibiscus Lagoon in the Beach Tower, recently had their annual check-ups! Resident Veterinarian at the resort, Eric Anderson...

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October 20, 2011
BSW signs Shell and Red Bull as sponsors

As preparations for Bahamas Speed Week enter the home stretch, organizers have announced major  partnerships with companies and launched their online ticketing system.
Jimmy Lowe, president of the event, formally welcomed Royal Dutch Shell as the official oil and gas provider.
Red Bull, the energy drink, is expected to sign on with Bahamas Speed Week as early as tomorrow, Guardian Business ha...

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August 01, 2012
Why we can't wait

Dear Editor,

The general election has been concluded some two and a half months now. The political departure, for the final time, of the former prime minister has been set in motion. The question as to whether or not the current prime minister has accepted the fact that he is, again, now in fact the prime minister has yet to be answered affirmatively, if at all.
The electorate was sold a bill o...

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