Former US President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the JCPOA nuclear deal in 2018 and reimposed sanctions on Iran. The country's oil exports slumped following Washington's move. The Islamic Republic hopes that Joe Biden will ease restrictions if the US rejoins the pact. … [Read more...] about Indonesia Seizes Iranian, Panamian Tankers Over Alleged Oil Smuggling
Sydney's south west experiences 50 per cent more fat, oil and grease waste compared to the rest of Sydney. Pictured: third place- Newington … [Read more...] about Sydney suburbs where residents are clogging up the sewage system by pouring oil, fat and grease waste down the drain – so who are the worst offenders?
New Delhi: The Government of India has set a target to achieve 15 per cent share of natural gas in overall energy mix by 2030 from the current level of around 6 per cent.Natural gas is the cleanest available fossil fuel. Amongst various uses of natural gas, it is widely used for city gas distribution (CGD) which mainly comprises domestic cooking, industrial and transportation fuel. The fuel used by domestic households and industries is known as piped natural gas (PNG) and fuel used by vehicles is known as compressed natural gas (CNG).The Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) is aggressively expanding CGD footprint in India. The PNGRB has recently granted authorizations awarded in 10th Bidding Round. CGD is now accessible in 228 Geographical Area (GAs) covering more than 400 districts across 27 States and Union Territories (UTs) covering approximately 70 per cent of India’s population and 53 per cent of GA .The Oil Minister recently said that an investment of USD … [Read more...] about Tax conundrums in city gas distribution business
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Gas prices have again increased in New Jersey and around the nation but at a slower rate than in the last few weeks. AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas in New Jersey on Friday was $2.54, up two cents from a week ago. … [Read more...] about Gas Price Rise Slows In New Jersey, Around Nation
Mining ventures, for example, could destroy wrecks of slave ships and other evidence of atrocities. The trade actually entered its deadliest phase at sea after Britain made slavery illegal: some captains, caught by Royal Navy ships patrolling the African coast, tied captives to anchor chains and threw them over the side. “The crime was only punishable if you had evidence in the form of actual human beings on your ship,” says maritime archaeologist James Delgado, one of the memorial study co-authors. Delgado believes that with modern underwater surveying tools it would be possible to find evidence, such as metal anchors with shackles still attached. … [Read more...] about Drexciya: how Afrofuturism is inspiring a memorial to slavery at sea