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  • Chad says it has nationalized all assets owned by Exxon Mobil

    03/25/2023 11:52:57 AM PDT · by Ultra Sonic 007 · 48 replies
    Reuters ^ | March 23, 2023 | Bate Felix
    N'DJAMENA, March 23 (Reuters) - Chad has nationalized all the assets and rights including hydrocarbon permits and exploration and production authorisations that belonged to a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil (XOM.N), the Central African nation's energy and hydrocarbons ministry said in a statement on Thursday. Exxon Mobil said in December that it had closed the sale of its operations Chad and Cameroon to London-listed Savannah Energy (SAVES.L) in a $407 million deal, but the Chadian government contested the agreement, saying the final terms were different from what Exxon Mobil had presented. It warned that it may ask courts to block Savannah's...
  • Greece ‘First in Europe’ to Ban Bottom Trawling in All Marine Protected Areas

    04/17/2024 4:22:43 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 12 replies
    Greek Reporter ^ | April 17, 2024 | Tasos Kokkinidis
    Greece will ban bottom trawling in all of its marine protected areas by 2030, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced on Tuesday making the the country the first in Europe to announce such a ban. Speaking at the Our Ocean Conference in Athens, he said the country would become the first to bring an end to the damaging fishing practice in these protected areas. It will be banned in Greece’s three national marine parks – one of which is the largest in the East Mediterranean Sea – by 2026 with the rest following before the end of the decade. Bottom...
  • Joe Biden’s Parole Pipeline Imports Over 950,000 Foreign Nationals to U.S., Exceeding Population of South Dakota

    04/15/2024 1:42:14 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 10 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 04/15/2024 | JOHN BINDER
    President Joe Biden’s parole pipeline has released more than 950,000 foreign nationals into the United States since its inception in January 2023 — exceeding the entire population of South Dakota. Late last week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released figures for March, showing Biden’s parole pipeline is continuing to release tens of thousands of foreign nationals into the United States interior via the southern border and commercial flights. From January 2023 through March 2024, more than 950,000 foreign nationals have been released into American communities thanks to Biden’s parole pipeline. The pipeline brings foreign nationals to the U.S. through...
  • Kaine: Russia, Iran wouldn’t tell US ‘if they had news that there was going to be at terrorist attack’

    03/24/2024 12:08:52 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 35 replies
    The Hill ^ | 03/24/2024 | Lauren Sforza
    Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said Sunday that the difference between democratic and authoritarian regimes is that Russia and Iran would not tell the United States if there was going to be a terrorist attack in the U.S. Host Shannon Bream asked Kaine on “Fox News Sunday” whether the southern border can lead to “real danger” within the U.S., pointing to the attack in Russia that has left more than 133 dead in a Moscow concert hall. He first reiterated that the U.S. warned Russia about this kind of attack earlier this year.
  • Biden’s Parole Pipeline Frees Almost 900K Foreign Nationals into U.S. — Outpacing Populations of 4 States

    03/22/2024 6:00:12 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 36 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 03/22/2024 | John Binder
    President Joe Biden’s parole pipeline at the southern border has released almost 900,000 foreign nationals into the United States since its inception in January 2023 — outpacing the populations of Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska, and North Dakota. On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released figures for February, showing Biden’s parole pipeline is continuing to successfully import tens of thousands of foreign nationals via the U.S.-Mexico border every month.
  • Were the Colonial Pipeline and JBS Foods Hacks Acts of War?

    06/09/2021 12:15:24 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 29 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | June 9, 2021 | Austin Bay
    It's nationwide knowledge that in early May the Colonial Pipeline company suffered a severe cyberattack that shut down its pipeline connecting Texas to the East Coast. On June 1, JBS Foods suffered another crippling cyberattack. According to industry estimates, JBS controls 20 percent of the slaughtering capacity for American cattle and hogs. The JBS attack also generated headlines. The FBI and security officials believe two criminal organizations conducted the attacks. Their names sound a bit like those of the sinister super gangs found in James Bond novels. However, these gangs aren't fiction nor are their crimes. A crime group called...
  • U.S. Refiners Should Brace for Trans Mountain Pipeline Launch. ( Canada )

    02/06/2024 8:09:41 AM PST · by george76 · 17 replies
    Oil price ^ | Feb 01, 2024 | Irina Slav
    Following the news that Trans Mountain Corporation will start filling the expanded pipeline in February, with first crude to be loaded from Vancouver in April, Canadian crude prices jumped to the narrowest discount to WTI since August 2023. U.S. refiners used to cheap Canadian crude will need to start budgeting more for the commodity from this spring. Canadian oil producers are preparing for the 890,000 bpd in takeaway capacity growth. ... U.S. refiners used to cheap Canadian oil might need to reach deeper into their pockets to keep buying it. The idea behind the Trans Mountain expansion was to turn...
  • Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline: the Baloch wildcard

    01/13/2005 11:47:12 AM PST · by ddtorque · 11 replies · 583+ views
    For both energy hungry India and its swiftly growing neighbor, Pakistan, the need for natural gas is more pressing than ever. Pakistan has one of the world’s fastest growing populations and its demand for gas will expand significantly over the next two decades. India’s gas demand will almost double by 2015 and due to the decline of its reserves it will be forced to import increasing amounts of gas. As the world’s second largest gas reserve, Iran is the most geographically convenient supplier of gas to both countries. ...Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz said the Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline is "a...
  • America Is Planning to Withdraw From Syria—and Create a Disaster

    01/24/2024 10:08:27 AM PST · by JonPreston · 47 replies
    Foreign Policy ^ | 1/24/24 | Charles Lister,
    Since Hamas’s brutal attack against Israel on Oct. 7 and the resulting Israeli military campaign in the Gaza Strip, tensions and hostilities across the Middle East have reached fever pitch. And with such a complex regional crisis playing out, it should not come as a surprise that the Biden administration is reconsidering its military priorities in the region.It should be cause for significant concern, however, that this could involve a full withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria. While no definitive decision has been made to leave, four sources within the Defense and State departments said the White House is no...
  • Europe Is Getting Record Amounts of Russian Gas Through TurkStream. So Who Keeps Trying to Blow It Up?

    11/27/2023 7:47:29 AM PST · by george76 · 14 replies
    Aurora Advisors ^ | November 26, 2023 | Conor Gallagher
    The TurkStream pipeline, which brings natural gas from Russia to Türkiye across the Black Sea and then into southeastern Europe, was controversial in certain quarters of the West ever since it was conceived. Now the flow of natural gas to Europe from Russia via Türkiye is reaching all-time highs. TurkStream has a capacity of 31.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas a year, roughly half of which stays in Türkiye, and the rest continues on to the Balkans and Central Europe. Serbia and Hungary are the primary European consumers. According to S&P Global, supplies via TurkStream into Southeast Europe rose...
  • Grassroots Activists Are Winning Battles Against Powerful Green Forces

    11/05/2023 6:11:48 AM PST · by Twotone · 6 replies
    American Policy Center ^ | November 2023 | Tom DeWeese
    “The global forces are just too big and powerful. There’s no way to stop them. We are locked out of the process. Our elected officials just won’t listen to us!” This is what I hear every day from activists who truly want to stand up for freedom – but, instead, are looking down in defeat. STOP IT!!! We have just won a major victory in Iowa as the Navigator Heartland Greenway has announced they are pulling their request from the Iowa Utilities Board to build the carbon capture pipeline. This is a direct result of dedicated grassroots activists standing up...
  • The investigation is now focused on the role of the vessel Newnew Polar Bear

    10/20/2023 9:07:58 PM PDT · by texas booster · 9 replies
    Poliisi - Emergency # 112 ^ | Oct 20 2023 | Police of Finland
    The National Bureau of Investigation also examines if the object found in the seabed has any connection to the damage in the gas pipeline.The police have established in the criminal investigation that the movements of the vessel Newnew Polar Bear flying the flag of Hong Kong coincide with the time and place of the gas pipeline damage. For this reason, the investigation is now focused on the role of the said vessel.We will cooperate with Chinese authorities in order to establish the role of the said vessel. The Finnish Police also have a liaison officer in China who can handle...
  • Mysterious Man Sparks Security Concerns

    10/18/2023 1:47:41 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 4 replies
    Euroweekly News ^ | 14 Oct 2023 | John Ensor
    FOLLOWING a recent report that the gas pipeline between Finland and Estonia was reportedly sabotaged, news of a man who was observed photographing Finland’s Electrical network have further fuelled suspicions. A report by YLE has recounted sightings of unusual activity near electrical infrastructure which have raised concerns across Finland. The incident in question occurred in Savona, where an unidentified individual parked a car with Norwegian license plates near a power line in Juva, Etela-Savo. This person took a photo of a 110-kilovolt corner pole belonging to Jarvi-Suomen Energia, a local energy company. The situation left company CEOs baffled as to...
  • News Summary-Intelligence Report Tuesday 10/10/2023 Turkish President Suggests US Carrier Will Strike Gaza, Argentina's Peso Drops Sharply Against US Dollar, Gas Pipeline Damaged By "Deliberate Action", Rockets Fired At Israel From Gaza, Lebanon And Syria

    10/10/2023 6:39:12 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 3 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 10/10/2023 | Nextrush/Self
    What is the US aircraft carrier doing in Israel? It will start to carry out serious massacres there by striking, destroying Gaza"...The comments of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan... A plane carrying ammunition from the United States arrived in Israel tonight... Tonight rocket fire aimed at Israel from Syria... Meanwhile the Russian military in Syria says that there were only three US coalition air space violations in Syria's Al-Tanf today... The United States determining that the new military government in Niger since July is the result of a military coup. This means a permanent cutoff of 200 million dollars... Tensions...
  • Finnish president says undersea gas and telecom cables damaged by 'external activity'

    10/10/2023 9:43:00 AM PDT · by Species8472 · 13 replies
    Associated Press ^ | 10/10/23 | JARI TANNER
    HELSINKI (AP) — Damage to an undersea gas pipeline and telecommunications cable connecting Finland and Estonia appears to have been caused by “external activity," Finnish officials said Tuesday, adding that authorities were investigating.
  • UPDATE 6-Finland says 'outside activity' likely damaged gas pipeline, telecoms cable

    10/10/2023 9:17:26 AM PDT · by dynachrome · 18 replies
    Reuters via yahoooo ^ | 10-10-23 | Anne Kauranen and Terje Solsvik
    A subsea gas pipeline and a telecommunications cable connecting Finland and Estonia under the Baltic Sea have been damaged in what may have been a deliberate act, the Finnish government said on Tuesday. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said NATO was sharing its information over the damage and stands ready to support the allies concerned. Finland joined the military alliance in April, while Estonia has been a member since 2004. The Balticconnector gas pipeline was shut early on Sunday on concerns that gas was leaking from a hole in the 77-km (48-mile) pipeline. Finnish operator Gasgrid said it could take...
  • Russia calls on Israel and Palestinians to cease fire

    10/07/2023 7:21:12 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 38 replies
    Reuters ^ | 10/7/2023 | Reuters
    Russia expresses its most serious concern at the sharp aggravation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Russian foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said on Saturday. "We call on the Palestinian and Israeli sides to implement an immediate ceasefire, renounce violence, exercise the necessary restraint and establish, with the assistance of the international community, a negotiation process aimed at establishing a comprehensive, lasting and long-awaited peace in the Middle East," she said in a statement.
  • Eco-Terrorist ‘Pipeline’ Bombs at Box Office

    04/28/2023 10:26:46 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 7 replies
    HollywoodinToto ^ | 4/28 | Christian Toto Send an email
    Faint interest in film glorifying activists bent on violence, destructionJames Cameron caught little heat for a shocking admission. He hearts eco-terrorism. It’s one thing for the “Avatar” director to be so green he makes his cast and crew eat vegan. That seems quaint compared to a quote that got ignored by most press outlets. Now, we have an entire film dedicated to eco-activists willing to employ violence to suit their needs. And it’s clear where the story’s empathy lies. “How to Blow Up a Pipeline” deserves some sort of Truth in Advertising award. The story follows a gang of eco-thugs...
  • During debate with S.D. lawmaker, carbon pipeline executive calls eminent domain a ‘last resort’

    08/25/2023 3:46:02 PM PDT · by Right Wing Vegan · 25 replies
    agriculture.com ^ | 8/25/2023 | Joshua Haiar, Iowa Capital Dispatch
    BROOKINGS, S.D. — An executive for a carbon dioxide pipeline company said during a debate Tuesday evening that eminent domain is “a tool of absolute last resort.” Elizabeth Burns-Thompson, vice president of government and public affairs for Navigator CO2, debated South Dakota state Rep. Jon Hansen, R-Dell Rapids, at the Dacotah Bank Event Center. Hansen is a critic of Navigator’s proposed pipeline and another pipeline proposed by Summit Carbon Solutions, both of which would capture carbon dioxide emissions from ethanol plants in multiple states and transport the gas in liquid form to be injected underground or sold for industrial use....
  • SCOTUS Rules Gas Pipeline Can Be Built, Slamming Bribery Biden’s “Green” Agenda

    07/27/2023 10:21:06 AM PDT · by CFW · 13 replies
    Liberty Daily ^ | 7/27/23 | JD Rucker
    Conservatives were handed another win by the Supreme Court on Thursday when they reversed a ruling by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, allowing the Mountain Valley Pipeline to move forward with construction. At a time when energy independence is slipping from America’s fingers under the Biden-Harris regime, at least one Democrat is pleased by the decision. Senator Joe Manchin has fought to keep the pipeline going, including his spearheading of legislative efforts to improve it in the first place. The story isn’t just good news for Republicans fighting for improved domestic energy production. It also marks another point for...