Leni Loberns

UGI Partners with California Bioenergy and Sevana Bioenergy to Develop RNG Dairy Digestor Projects in South Dakota via MBL Bioenergy

DALLAS – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – MBL Bioenergy, LLC (“MBL Bioenergy”) announced today that it has entered into definitive agreements to develop several groups of dairy farm digesters projects to produce renewable natural gas (“RNG”) at from several farms in South Dakota. MBL Bioenergy is a joint venture funded by UGI …

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Largest Saudi IPO Since Aramco Has Investors Scrambling For More

(Bloomberg) – Investment bankers have set aside a few weeks to generate interest in Saudi Arabia’s $ 1 billion initial public offering from Aramco. They only needed hours before they had excess orders. ACWA Power International’s $ 1.2 billion IPO, priced later this month, sparks great interest among investors looking …

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Amateur Boxing World Championships To Offer Cash Prizes

FILE – On this Tuesday, October 27, 2020, file photo, Umar Kremlev, secretary general of the Russian Boxing Federation and member of the executive committee of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), speaks at a conference press release in Moscow, Russia. The line between amateur and professional boxing has blurred further …

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Russian ESPO oil prices at 21-month high, boosted by strong Chinese demand

SINGAPORE, Sept. 16 (Reuters) – The rebound in demand for crude in China has pushed prices of a Russian-grade popular with independent Chinese refiners to the highest in 21 months, several trade sources said Thursday. Russian firm Surgutneftegaz (SNGS.MM) sold three cargo shipments of ESPO crude in November at premiums …

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What happens with Lheidli T’Enneh’s civil lawsuit against Enbridge?

At 10 a.m. on Tuesday, the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation (LTFN) will live stream a news conference on social media to share new information regarding its civil lawsuit against Enbridge over the October 2018 pipeline explosion that rocked the Northside Subdivision of the First Nation for 20 kilometers. northeast of …

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Heavy gasoline consumption fuels record oil demand in the United States

Demand for oil in the United States continues its upward trajectory, hitting an all-time high last week, as commodity inventories fell to their lowest level in three years. If the demand trend continues, oil prices could rise further for the rest of the year, some analysts say. Despite the fact …

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Record-breaking energy prices could climb even higher in Europe

The European electricity market is in crisis as a perfect storm pushes prices up to ever higher heights. The timing could not have been worse as countries on the continent reopen and demand for energy increases. Most signs point to the likely continuation of the current situation when things may …

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United States withdraws missile defenses in Saudi Arabia after Afghan withdrawal

A satellite photo provided by Planet Labs Inc. shows an area of ​​Prince Sultan Air Base in Saudi Arabia that has previously seen Patriot missile batteries stationed with a forward high altitude air defense unit at the empty terminal on September 10. 2021. / AP A satellite photo provided by …

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Biden administration considers cancellation of Trump Arctic drilling plan, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

By Yereth Rosen ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Sept. 8 – The Biden administration could reverse a Trump-era policy that opened up vast swathes of federal lands in the Alaskan Arctic to oil development, court documents show of the US District of Anchorage. The US Department of the Interior is examining whether it …

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Two decades after 9/11, Saudi Arabia wants a softer image, Middle East News & Top Stories

RIYAD (AFP) – Two decades after Saudi activists organized and carried out the 9/11 attacks, the desert kingdom is striving for change as part of a reform campaign to update its ultra-conservative image . Women can drive, and cinemas have reopened in the “new” Saudi Arabia under Crown Prince and …

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