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9 Gorgeous Gas Stations Throughout History

7 | 9 Gorgeous Gas Stations Throughout History | Co.Design | business + design. In 1997, Spanish oil company Repsol commissioned starchitect Norman Foster to come up with a gas station model that could be used across 200 sites in Spain. Foster's modular canopy system in Repsol's signature colors is a flexible enough design to be applied to a variety of site conditions. The number, height, and amount of overlap of these vivid umbrellas varies, but the stations remain easily recognizable even…

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ConocoPhillips is to initiate a $5-billion to $8-billion divestiture program, which will focus primarily on North American natural gas, as the company seeks to bolster its operations. The sale was among a number of measures, which include a 4% cut to next year's capital budget and a $3-billion share repurchase program, aimed at boosting the company’s “value proposition.” 2016-11-12

While John Wayne used many Colts in his movies. One of his personal guns, Wayne gave the Colt to Gary Hess who worked for his gas and oil exploration company, DECO. The maker of the Duke's holster rig remains a mystery.

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Is Now The Perfect Time To Buy Xcite Energy Limited? - http://www.directorstalk.com/now-perfect-time-buy-xcite-energy-limited/ - #XEL

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Create an Important Documents Grab and Go binder

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Modern front door in solid oak. This isn't engineered/veneered, it's solid, beautiful, timber. Made by The Bespoke Door Company.

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French IoT startup Sigfox confirms 150M Series E at a valuation of around 600M Sigfox the IoT company based out of France that is building a global network for connected devices today confirmed that has closed its latest round of funding a Series E round of 150 million ($160 million). We broke the newsof this roundin October noting it was likely to be completed this month. The company is not disclosing its valuation but sources close to the company have told us it is in the region of 600…

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City of Irvine

Builder Incentive Update: The California Advanced Homes' Master Builder Program has made some changes to their program that was adopted to give early advanced design and building practice adopters recognition, one-on-one support, and incentives of up to $30,000 for HPA & HPW or $20,000 for HPA alone. The required number of new single family homes is 15 or more, Townhomes are now modeled as SF, CAHP: LADWP/SoCalGas Modificatications, and more...#CAHP #builderincentives #CAenergy

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