Tesla’s Cybertruck Dead Last In Truck Survey

Ford and GM can rest easy: Tesla’s cybertruck may have a niche after all, but it won’t cut into Ford and GMs truck market, according to a new survey from automotive research site, Autolist. According to the survey, which polled 1,100 respondents, if they had to buy GM’s upcoming electric truck, Ford’s electric F150, Rivian R1T, or the Cybertruck, which ...

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Should The West Be Worried About The Power Of Siberia Pipeline?

A massive work of infrastructure has just been brought online, and its geopolitical implications are explosive.    Last week, the presidents of Russia and China jointly inaugurated one of the biggest pieces of gas infrastructure in the world.  The “Power of Siberia” pipeline is sending gas from eastern Siberia over 3,000 kilometers of tundra to northern China; and when ...

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TerraVest Announces Fourth Quarter and Year End Results for Fiscal 2019 and the Redemption of 7.00% Convertible Unsecured Subordinated Debentures

TORONTO, Dec. 11, 2019 /CNW/ – TerraVest Industries Inc., (TSX: TVK) (“TerraVest” or the “Company”) announces its results for the fourth quarter and year ended September 30, 2019. FOURTH QUARTER AND YEAR END REVIEW AND OUTLOOK Business Performance Management believes that there are certain non‐IFRS financial measures that can be used to assist shareholders in analyzing the performance [Read more]

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1.5 Billion Barrels Of Oil Discovered Offshore Ghana

A Ghana-based private company and its local partners have discovered 1.5 billion barrels of oil in place offshore the West African country, the company Springfield E&P said on Wednesday. Springfield and its partners Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) and GNPC EXPLORCO also found 700 billion cubic feet of gas in the West Cape Three Points (WCTP) Block 2 they ...

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OPEC Reduced Oil Production Ahead Of Deeper Cuts Decision

OPEC’s crude oil production declined by 193,000 bpd in November from October, as the cartel’s leader Saudi Arabia cut production ahead of the OPEC+ meeting, Iraq tried to fall in line with its quota, and Iran further suffered from the U.S. sanctions.   OPEC’s crude oil production averaged 29.55 million bpd in November, the cartel said in its ...

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Scientific Breakthrough Could Upend Lithium Market

Lithium-ion battery recycling is a big topic in energy right now. Recycling lithium itself, the element that makes these batteries what they are, has not garnered so much attention because of the tiny amounts that are used in each battery. Now, this may be about to change. Lithium is the component that makes batteries rechargeable, that makes them more energy ...

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Who Will Fund This $157 Billion Mega Oil Project?

The head of Russia’s largest oil firm, Rosneft, has pitched a massive Arctic oil project to Japanese companies in Tokyo, looking for foreign investment into the project estimated to cost as much as US$157 billion, Reuters reported on Wednesday, quoting three sources familiar with the meetings. Rosneft’s chief executive Igor Sechin has met with representatives from Mitsubishi Corporation, Mitsui & ...

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