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2010-05-17 06:25:00

Lake Tanganyika, the second oldest and the second-deepest lake in the world, could be in for some rough waters. Geologists led by Brown University have determined the east African rift lake has experienced unprecedented warming during the last century, and its surface waters are the warmest on record. That finding is important, the scientists write in the journal Nature Geoscience, because the warm surface waters likely will affect fish stocks upon which millions of people in the region...

2008-12-19 15:19:00

CALGARY, Dec. 19 /PRNewswire/ - Sinopec International Petroleum Exploration and Production Corporation ("Sinopec International") and Tanganyika Oil Company Ltd. ("Tanganyika") are pleased to announce that 60,570,221 Tanganyika common shares, which represent approximately 95.0% of the Tanganyika common shares on a fully-diluted basis, have been tendered to the offer (the "Offer") dated October 30, 2008 made by Mirror Lake Oil and Gas Company Limited ("Mirror Lake"), an indirect wholly-owned...

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