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  1. Or at least, $ for Halliburton:

    NASA Ames Center looks at problem of drilling on Mars:

    Dr. Geoffrey Briggs, director, Center for Mars Exploration at the NASA Ames Center, told “Meet Alaska” that NASA is looking at ways to drill on Mars to look for water — and the life it might contain.

    Briggs said NASA has been working with Halliburton, Shell, Baker-Hughes and the Los Alamos National Laboratory to identify drilling technologies that might work on Mars…

    Halliburton and Baker-Hughes are working on some very advanced systems, Briggs said, some so advanced they aren’t willing to talk much about them.

    http://www.petroleumnews.com/pnarch/010228-49.html

    This found at Billmon’s Whiskey Bar – read it all and the comments:

    http://billmon.org/archives/000964.html

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