newszine

Lenders and travelers stick with Ethiopian Airlines, for now

6 hours ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Lenders and travelers stick with Ethiopian Airlines, for now
NAIROBI (Reuters) – Financiers, passengers and industry partners are, for now, still backing Ethiopian Airlines’ quest to become Africa’s dominant carrier, despite a March 10 crash that killed 157 people. FILE PHOTO: Ethiopian Red Cross workers carry a body bag with the remains of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 plane crash victims at the scene Read More

India’s aircraft carrier & nuclear subs deployment a ‘no-nonsense’ message to China, not Pakistan?

18 hours ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on India’s aircraft carrier & nuclear subs deployment a ‘no-nonsense’ message to China, not Pakistan?
China is using Pakistan as a tool to contain India, so the redeployment of an aircraft carrier, warships and nuclear-powered submarines to North Arabian Sea is a clear signal to Beijing, rather than Islamabad, analysts told RT. Despite the heated tensions around the Kashmir region, “India does not base its defense preparedness on what Pakistan Read More

Opsealog deploys MarineLog in ten Total affiliates

2 days ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Opsealog deploys MarineLog in ten Total affiliates
3/17/2019 PARIS — Ten affiliates of Total Exploration & Production in Western Africa, North Sea, South America, Asia and the Middle East have deployed MarineLog to optimize their offshore logistics operations by reducing their costs and increasing their productivity. The service cost is more than covered by the savings generated. Two other Oil Majors are Read More

St. Patrick’s Day: From Japan to Africa to US and ‘space’, world goes green (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

2 days ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on St. Patrick’s Day: From Japan to Africa to US and ‘space’, world goes green (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
With St Patrick’s Day falling on a Sunday this year, Irish and non-Irish alike have been given a whole weekend to get fully “involved” in the festivities. RT brings you some of the best Paddy’s Day action from around the globe. Most Irish will scoff at the cliché of drinking beer that’s been dyed green. Read More

EBRD arranges $52 million loan to replace coal-fired plant in Bosnia

4 days ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on EBRD arranges $52 million loan to replace coal-fired plant in Bosnia
FILE PHOTO: The headquarter of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is seen in London, Britain, November 22, Britain 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SARAJEVO (Reuters) – The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has arranged a 46 million euro ($52.09 million) financing package to replace a highly polluting coal-fired plant in the central Read More

Russia can become world’s top natural gas producer – Shell CEO

4 days ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Russia can become world’s top natural gas producer – Shell CEO
With the biggest natural gas reserves on the planet, Russia could become the world’s number one producer of the fuel, according to Ben van Beurden, the CEO of Anglo-Dutch energy major Shell. The top executive says that rapidly increasing demand for natural gas has occurred due to the worldwide trend aimed at forcing out coal Read More

Mass shooting at mosque in New Zealand – reports

5 days ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Mass shooting at mosque in New Zealand – reports
Police in New Zealand are hunting an “active” gunman amid reports of a mass shooting at a mosque in Christchurch. Armed police have been deployed in the city centre, and all schools in the area have been placed on lockdown. “A serious and evolving situation is occurring in Christchurch with an active shooter,” New Zealand Read More

Asian stocks up as Sino-U.S. trade talks in focus, dollar supported

5 days ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Asian stocks up as Sino-U.S. trade talks in focus, dollar supported
TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks stepped ahead on Friday as sentiment improved on a report that more progress has been made in U.S.-China trade talks and after UK lawmakers voted to delay a potentially chaotic exit from the European Union. FILE PHOTO: Pedestrians are reflected on an electronic board showing stock prices outside a brokerage Read More