Instead they are now publishing an abbreviated version on their Total Energy web page titled: They have just released their latest data through February All the data below is in thousand barrels per day and through February unless otherwise noted. February production was 79, bpd, orbpd below the peak.
Aristotle wrote extensively about ethics. He argued that the best reason to study and develop a sense of ethics is not to avoid punishment from God, the church or some other ethics watchdog, but to feel the best we can about ourselves. In a number of writings, Aristotle recommended the study of ethics, not as a pathway to righteousness, sainthood or rewards in the afterlife, but as the best path to happiness.
In light of what Aristotle had to impart about the pursuit of an ethical life as a worthwhile practice and because there is an online trend toward ethics statements by photographers and other artists, I have been pondering my answers to some ethical questions, as well as considering what questions are worthwhile answering.
My questions run from basic to esoteric. What if the destruction of a formation is done not for the sake of mere vandalism, but for the sake of profit, performing a job, or building a company to feed your family?
Do nature photographers have an ethical responsibility to the natural places they photograph? Do artists whose artworks publicize natural places have any ethical obligations? Do artists have obligations to the law?
When photographers know they are one of many who will photograph an area, do they have any obligation to those who may come after them whether artists or non-artists?
Do artists have an ethical responsibility to show nature in a natural state? Is a work of art just like any other widget in any industry? To better understand yourself, consider your answers to these questions. Also consider developing more questions of your own.
Here are my short answers… This person is motivated primarily to seek attention, good or bad. This person may be angry or expressing other negative emotions that trigger the acting out of childhood traumas.
This person may feel ok about himself or herself because of denial. On further self-examination odds are this individual will admit to self-loathing, especially if projecting arrogance. Photographers seem to be more motivated after they experience the destruction of one or two of their favorite places, or they become inspired by an energetic leader.
I act to protect the places I love, the water I drink, the soil that produces my food and food I eat, as well as the air I breathe.
I will minimize my impact by photographing primarily in my own geographic region. I follow the philosophy of Leave No Trace. I feel the sky is the limit in altering images, but it is unethical to present an image as unaltered when it is. I believe in honesty and lack of deception regarding camera work and post processing.
In my opinion, photographers are wiser to disclose alterations or not say anything, but not to fabricate. I will answer this in a post to come… What are your answers?
What other questions do you suggest?Tell Me About Yourself. Tell me about yourself: I’m Ramon B. Adora Jr. and I’m the eldest among the five siblings of Mr. and Mrs.
Ramon O. Adora feelthefish.com Father is a Professor at University of Eastern Philippines Laoang Northern Samar. My Mother Anastacia is an Elementary Teacher at Laoang I Central School.
I have two Brothers and two Sisters. "It is indeed a growing phenomenon, largely because society is holding business leaders accountable in multiple arenas, far more so today than they did in past," Garvin said. The Deepwater Horizon oil spill has offered a moment for reflection for leaders in the religious community about their most basic beliefs.
This week’s Geopolitical News and Analysis has been slightly delayed because a South Korean professional assassination team was spotted around this reporter’s home in Tokyo.
1. CONTEXT OF THE CASE STUDY Background of BP Oil and Gas Group • Founded in • Bristish Petroleum • Headquarter: UK • - 2nd largest oil company in the world • More than 92, employees 5. 1. CONTEXT OF THE CASE STUDY Background of BP Oil and Gas Group BP’s Products 6. 1. CONTEXT OF THE CASE STUDY But the BP oil spill raises genuine CSR questions — it’s very much a question of corporate, social, responsibility.
BP is in the business of finding oil, refining it, and . Quote HSE " Success in managing major Hazards is not measured by the Occupational Health and Safety Statistics but by measuring the performance of critical systems used to control risks to ensure they are operating as intended.. This statement is a very powerful statement and i want to stand on the premise that it should form the basis of assessing and formulating regulation regimes.