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talisman

A token, charm or amulet that is believed by the wearer to have special power to ward off evil or avert danger.
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Following its unveiling to the media on Monday, the Renault Talisman - along with the Estate version - will be presented at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show, which opens its gates to the public on September 17.
Antonio Brufau, Chairman of Repsol, said, "Our combination with Talisman allows us to align our highly complementary portfolios of upstream assets to create a truly global company well-positioned to grow production and reserves.
Many investors have been waiting for a move like this since October, when Icahn first said he had taken a stake in Talisman and intended to talk with the company's management about strategic alternatives.
Also, Kevin Dunne, a current Talisman director, is coming to the end of his term on the board and will be retiring resulting in a 14-person Board.
Talisman has previously said it planned to sell non-core operations worth between USD2bn and USD3bn.
Sinopec will appoint personnel into key positions within the joint venture while Talisman UK will operate the assets.
Talisman and MC have an aligned vision for the aggregation and monetisation of gas and condensate liquids in the Western Province and intend to leverage their respective skills in upstream exploration, production and LNG project development to deliver development success for the benefit of all stakeholders including the people and government of PNG and the Western Province.
Also Tuesday, Talisman said it is reviewing its drilling operations in response to the "devastating incident in the Gulf of Mexico.
When pre-leasing is complete, Talisman plans to expand the existing 371,600-square-foot center by an additional 150,000 square feet, explained Crimmins.
In the late 1990s, the pension plan came under pressure from several quarters--including the House of Bishops, the church's eco-justice committee and its development arm, the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund--for its Talisman holdings because the company was seen as supporting the Sudanese Muslim government's war on Christians and animists in the southern part of the country.
Fellow Talisman regular Rex Satchwell said: "He had been ill, but the news has still come as a shock to everyone.
Douglas Mitchell, the Talisman officials "consistently denied" any involvement, whether indirect or complicit, in the war in Sudan.