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- Our Climate Fight Begins With Exporting U.S. Natural Gas To Displace Coal
Not just having 50% less CO2 emissions than primary competitor coal, gas will remain the essential backup fuel for the natural intermittency of wind and solar power. Our climate goal is thus clear: export as much gas as possible.
Forbes. Sunday, 21 Nov 2021.
- ALEX BRUMMER: Rocky road to Global Britain
So far it looks as if UK exporters are struggling to benefit from surging international demand as the world bounces back from Covid.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 13 Nov 2021.
- Spanish bishop who quit clergy to be with sexologist lover finds new job exporting pig semen
Xavier Novell, 52, who announced three months ago that he was resigning from his post as Bishop of Solsona in Catalonia for 'strictly personal reasons', has since found work with Semen Cardona.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 10 Nov 2021.
- Shell (RDS.A) Resumes Oil Production at Mars & Ursa Platforms
Shell (RDS.A) also begins exporting
oil and gas via the West Delta-143-A facility, which was initially expected to remain inactive for repairing purposes.
Zacks. Monday, 8 Nov 2021.
- Staff shortages see UK meat carcasses sent to EU for butchering
Beef and pork producers are exporting
their meat to Europe and importing them back again once cut.
BBC News. Wednesday, 3 Nov 2021.
- Saudi Arabia commits to net zero emissions by 2060
The world's biggest oil exporter
will cut carbon emissions, but not stop producing fossil fuels.
BBC News. Saturday, 23 Oct 2021.
- In Venezuela, a Rum Maker Offers Gangsters a Life Outside of Crime
In the process, the family running the company, Ron Santa Teresa, has gone from bankruptcy to exporting
an award-winning vintage rum.
New York Times. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- Lithuania says Chinese-made phones have built-in security risks
Military cybersecurity agency says investigation found four major cybersecurity risks on Huawei and Xiaomi devices, including content filtering and data exporting
CBS News. Wednesday, 22 Sep 2021.
- Covid lockdown in Vietnam could keep coffee prices 'relatively high' through 2022
Vietnam, the world's second-largest coffee exporter, is battling its worst Covid-19 outbreak since the start of the pandemic.
CNBC. Thursday, 16 Sep 2021.
- Chinese electric carmaker Xpeng starts exporting flagship P7 sedan for the first time
Xpeng on Tuesday started shipping its flagship P7 sedan to Norway. It is the first time Xpeng has shipped the P7 to a market outside of China.
CNBC. Tuesday, 24 Aug 2021.
- Iranian based in Canada accused of exporting equipment that can be used to 'measure nuclear fissile material'
An Iranian national who lives in Montreal allegedly exported lab equipment that is controlled for nuclear nonproliferation reasons from the United States to Iran through Canada and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Fox News. Sunday, 1 Aug 2021.
- Sausage ban 'nonsensical', UK tells Brussels ahead of Northern Ireland talks
Environment Secretary George Eustice has described a ban on exporting
sausages and processed meats from Great Britain to Northern Ireland agreed as part of the Brexit process as "nonsensical".
Sky News. Tuesday, 8 Jun 2021.
- India's vaccine export ban could send shockwaves worldwide. Should the UK step in to help?
One in five doses being jabbed around the world is made in India. The country is also the largest exporter
of COVID-19 vaccines to the rest of the world.
Sky News. Thursday, 29 Apr 2021.
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