Bloomberg) — The European Union has agreed to help “strengthen the capacity” of Mozambique’s government in its fight against an escalating Islamist insurgency that’s killed more than 2,000 in a region home to Africa’s biggest foreign investments. The EU gave “a positive response” to the southeast African nation’s request for assistance, Ambassador Antonio Sanchez-Benedito Gaspar
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October 12th, 2020 by Guest Contributor  Originally published on American Center for Mobility. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced more than $7 million in funding for Michigan-based cybersecurity company, The Dream Team LLC (DTLLC) to develop a first-of-its-kind infrastructure that protects the electric grid from cyberattacks on electric vehicles (EV) and electric vehicle
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By Dacia J. Ferris Posted on October 12, 2020 SpaceX has partnered with the U.S. Military to study joint cargo transportation efforts using the private spaceflight company’s Starship rockets. The cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA), also featuring Exploration Architecture Corporation (XArc), is a voluntary effort wherein the participants donate time and resources to help
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The 2020 Drive Electric Awards were presented during a streaming online event on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. [embedded content] Featuring:Remarks by Executive Director Joel LevinAn update on EV policy from Policy Director Katherine StainkenA tribute to Lifetime Achievement Award winner Linda Nicholes Acceptance speeches from Drive Electric Awards winners:Fully Charged (Robert Llewellyn)Washington Governor Jay InsleeCity of Denver (Mayor
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Oil pipelines, pumping rigs, and electrical transmission lines dot the landscape along California’s “Petroleum Highway” (Highway 33) running along the northwestern side of the San Joaquin Valley on April 24, 2020, near McKittrick, California. George Rose | Getty Images News | Getty Images Despite a grim demand outlook for energy as the coronavirus pandemic continues
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Baker Hughes Co. on Friday reported the total number of rotary drilling rigs operating in the United States and Canada increased by eight this past week. The three-rig net gain in the U.S. brought the country’s total to 269 drilling units. The most recent U.S. count reflects four more oil rigs (to 193), a one-unit
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Silvia Lucci, her husband (left), and son (right) are part of the family team behind LUHV Foods, and its successful outposts, such as their vegan deli at Philadelphia’s famed Reading Terminal Market. Julietta Lucci When Jennifer Rodriguez relocated to Philadelphia in the late ’90s, the once-bustling South Philly neighborhood of Italian Market was in decay.
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(Bloomberg) — A strike that shut down about 8% of Norway’s oil and gas output will end after successful mediation talks, said Norwegian Oil and Gas Association spokesman Kolbjorn Andreassen The settlement will restore production at six fields already shut down by the dispute and prevent an escalation to another six over the weekend. Those
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By Joey Klender Posted on October 10, 2020 Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly present in the Netherlands as they have captured a 27% market share in the European country in September. As the number of electric cars continues to increase in the Netherlands, the charge forward is being led by the Tesla Model 3, which
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday said it’s time to start taking hydrogen energy seriously as the technology emerges as a reliable alternative energy source. “If you want to speculate on a sexy long-term story, I’m bullish on hydrogen,” the “Mad Money” host said. Cramer has been skeptical of bullish trading activity in red-hot speculative stocks,
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(Bloomberg) — Crude prices slid after oil workers in Norway called off a strike that had shut down about 8% of the country’s production. Futures in London and New York both fell over 1% on Friday. The settlement will restore production at six fields already shut down by the dispute and prevent an escalation to another six.
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