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‘People are sceptical’: why mining giant BHP wants to get to net zero and how it plans to do it

The Observer 16 May 2021
However, Wild insists BHP “first started thinking about how to address greenhouse gas emissions in the 1990s” – as did other fossil fuel companies concerned about their exposure to climate risk ... BHP is using gas-powered ships instead of those driven by bunker fuel – the incredibly dirty oil that powers most bulk freighters.
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ClassNK to Evaluate Vessel Emissions for New Impact Investment Fund

The Maritime Executive 15 May 2021
ClassNK is working on a new form of vessel classification for an eco-friendly investment fund operated by Anchor Ship Partners. The Japanese shipping investment firm and its partner, Sumitomo Mitsui ... In particular, the fund aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from shipping.
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Russia's Hackers Unwisely Mess With U.S. Gas Prices

Wall Street Journal 15 May 2021
Newt Gingrich would like to send SEAL Team Six busting through the doors of whoever authorized the Colonial Pipeline hack ... The Jones Act, a foolish, century-old law that reserves domestic ship-borne trade for U.S-crewed ships, is anti-resilience. If gas station owners weren’t bound by anti-gouging laws, they likely would never run out of gas ... The U.S.
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Cairn begins process to seize Indian overseas assets to recover USD 1.7 billion

The Telegraph India 15 May 2021
Now, the firm has begin bringing lawsuits in the US and other countries to pierce the corporate veil between the Indian government and its owned companies such as in oil and gas, shipping, airline and banking sectors, to seize their overseas assets to recover the money awarded, three sources with direct knowledge of the development said.
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Cairn Energy begins process to seize Indian overseas assets to recover $1.7 billion

Deccan Herald 15 May 2021
Now, the firm has begun bringing lawsuits in the US and other countries to pierce the corporate veil between the Indian government and its owned companies such as in oil and gas, shipping, airline and banking sectors, to seize their overseas assets to recover the money awarded, three sources with direct knowledge of the development said.
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Cairn looks to seize Air India assets to recover $1.7 bn award due from Indian govt

The Times of India 15 May 2021
Subsequent to the courts in the US and other places giving recognition to the arbitration award, the firm has now begun bringing lawsuits to pierce the corporate veil between the Indian government and its owned companies such as in oil and gas, shipping, airline and banking sectors, to seize their overseas assets to recover the money awarded.
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Cairn eyes Air India assets to recover $1.7 bn award due from Indian govt

Yahoo Daily News 15 May 2021
Subsequent to the courts in the US and other places giving recognition to the arbitration award, the firm has now begin bringing lawsuits to pierce the corporate veil between the Indian government and its owned companies such as in oil and gas, shipping, airline and banking sectors, to seize their overseas assets to recover the money awarded.
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RELIGION: Spring: Nature’s way of reminding us of needed grace

Montrose Press 15 May 2021
The season of spring has officially been underway for over a month, but just this past week was the first time it felt like the actual season for me ... Transitions don’t just happen ... We can have anything we want within a small window of time if we have enough money to pay for shipping, enough gas in our car, and enough time on our calendar ... The Rev ... .
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Cairn begins process to seize Indian overseas assets to recover $1.7 billion

Indian Express 15 May 2021
Now, the firm has begin bringing lawsuits in the US and other countries to pierce the corporate veil between the Indian government and its owned companies such as in oil and gas, shipping, airline and banking sectors, to seize their overseas assets to recover the money awarded, three sources with direct knowledge of the development said.
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Pain at the pump in PA: Gas prices — already up — could 'explode' for ...

The Beaver Times 14 May 2021
Prices at the gas pump are often based on these five factors, which are constantly in flux ... A cyberattack on an oil pipeline providing gasoline to 45 percent of the East Coast could cause gas prices in Pennsylvania to explode over the Memorial Day weekend ... It is not clear how high the gas prices could rise in Pennsylvania right now.
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Great Eastern Shipping Co. takes delivery of 2013 built Secondhand Supramax Bulk Carrier

Yahoo Daily News 14 May 2021
Including this vessel, the Great Eastern Shipping Co ... On a consolidated basis, Great Eastern Shipping Company (G E Shipping)'s net profit stood at Rs 49.01 crore in Q4 FY21 as against a net loss of Rs 50.68 crore in Q4 FY20 ... The shipping business is involved in transportation of crude oil, petroleum products, gas and dry bulk commodities.
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Powerships: How the multibillion-rand tender was (legally) rigged

Beijing News 14 May 2021
The estimated R225 billion price tag could cost about the same as building the Medupi power station but leave zero investment on the ground and export most of the earnings via gas purchases - and ship leasing costs and dividends to Karpowership's offshore parent.amaBhungane.
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Container housing moves forward in Uniontown

The Daily Astorian 14 May 2021
An apartment complex made of shipping containers proposed for Uniontown has passed historic and design review but still faces hurdles on parking and environmental cleanup ... Portway Station would turn a former gas station and other dilapidated properties into two-bedroom apartments made from shipping containers ... Helens made from shipping containers.
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Gas Lines, Inflation Spur GOP's Biden-as-Carter Messaging

Black Hills Pioneer 14 May 2021
The administration responded quickly with emergency measures that allowed states to waive EPA requirements and use non-compliant fuel, and eased regulations to allow swifter transportation of gas by rail and road, and even temporarily suspended the Jones Act, which requires that ships moving goods – in this case fuel -- between U.S.
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