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Behind the News: 'It's really important to have a watchdog group'

The Daily Astorian 21 May 2022
While the projects faced considerable financial and regulatory pressures, Brett VandenHeuvel, the executive director of Columbia Riverkeeper, credited the activism ... Q ... A ... Q ... A ... There’s a long history of fossil fuel projects at Port Westward, from coal and oil and fracked gas proposals, including projects that have switched from ethanol to shipping oil.
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Govt making full efforts to address power outages: Khurram

The News International 20 May 2022
... nor arranged fuel, including coal, LNG and furnace oil for power plants timely. He said as many as four additional cargo ships of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), besides five of furnace oil had been arranged by the present government to address the fuel shortage for power plants.
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Three-point foreign policy suggestions for Yoon gov't to deter North Korea

Korea Times 20 May 2022
For example, the North had used its surface ships to attack South Korean surface ships in the West Sea, seeking to demonstrate North Korean regime empowerment ... could be prepared with a "sticks" counter like interdicting at sea banned North Korean exports, such as coal on North Korean ships, and seizing those ships.
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Meet Hans and Greta, the S.S. Badger’s new explosive detection K9s

Michigan Live 19 May 2022
The dogs spent about two hours inspecting vehicles before they were loaded onto the ship in Ludington. As the coal-fired ferry made the four-hour crossing to Manitowoc, the dogs got a well-earned rest ... She is the last coal-fired passenger steam ship operating in the United States. The 410-foot ship can accommodate 600 passengers and 180 vehicles.
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Coal, oil price surges on Ukraine war make Asia’s richest richer

Al Jazeera 19 May 2022
With coal prices skyrocketing to a record, Adani’s conglomerate is a controversial mine in Australia to meet demand ... The disruption has also brought the focus back on the need for more coal, the dirtiest fossil the world has vowed to phase out to cut emissions ... Bullishness in coal prices helped flagship firm Adani Enterprises Ltd.
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Govt makings all-out efforts to address power outages issue: Khurram Dastagir Khan

Urdu Point 19 May 2022
... nor arranged fuel, including coal, LNG and furnace oil for power plants timely. He said as many as four additional cargo ships of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), besides five of furnace oil had been arranged by the present government to address the fuel shortage for power plants.
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Gautam Adani wants to cement his grip on India’s heavy industry

Economist 19 May 2022
Gautam adani is a man of few words but, as Asia’s richest tycoon, plenty of means ... \nSince then the business has flailed ... The Adani Group owns power utilities, useful in running energy-hungry kilns, and India’s biggest network of ports to ship the stuff. Its coal-fired plants provide a by-product, fly-ash, required for cement-making ... .
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Putin can’t count on Xi to ride to the rescue

Tradewinds 18 May 2022
A combination of Beijing’s zero-Covid policies and high commodity prices may mean China imports less crude oil, natural gas and coal — at least for a while yet ... Russia accounted for 15% (117m tons) of global coal exports in 2021, with 22% of that shipped to China and a similar percentage exported to the EU.
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Australia election: How climate is making Australia more unliveable

BBC News 18 May 2022
"It's devastating ... The coal problem ... Coal is an integral part of Gladstone. It's shipped from the local port and has helped Australia become the second-largest exporter globally and created thousands of jobs ... Essentially, coal lies in that impossible place between Australia's prosperity, politics, and environmental perils ... Features ... .
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Lemos Group extends bulker buys with Bocimar capesize

Tradewinds 16 May 2022
The Imabari-built ship is currently co-owned by Bocimar and the National Coal Supply Corporation, the company responsible for supplying coal to Israel.
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Why India's two richest men are battling for share of its streaming market

The National 16 May 2022
India's two richest men are going head-to-head. Only this time, they are competing for a share of the country's fast-growing video on-demand and streaming market, pitting themselves against Netflix and Amazon ... Quote ... But Adani Group, known for coal trading and shipping, is new to the industry, with the launch of its subsidiary AMG Media Networks ... ....
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Letters to the editor | May 15, 2022

Times Standard 15 May 2022
Steward has qualities of a judge. As a civil litigator in Humboldt County for the past 24 years, I have come to know our local judges and what it takes to be a good judge. Steven Steward will be an excellent judge ... Mr ... Mr ... Recently we’ve learned investors with deep pockets wanted to ship coal, a resource well-suited to bulk cargo, to our port ... Mr ... Mr ... Mr.
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Do caps on power tariffs impact availability?

Business Line 13 May 2022
This committee has to ensure that the benchmark rates of power so worked out meet all prudent costs of using imported coal for generating power, including the present price, shipping costs, and a fair margin ... Similarly, the variable cost of power using imported coal is currently hovering at ₹12-13/kWh.
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India ramps Russian imports

Splash24/7 13 May 2022
... to increase their imports of coal ... In Australia, recent heavy rainfall on the east coast is challenging coal logistics, and a requirement to sell 25% domestically limits Indonesian coal miners’ export potential,” commented Niels Rasmussen, chief shipping analyst at BIMCO, adding.
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Letter to the editor: Global warming vs. human civilization

Canton Repository 12 May 2022
More than 70 years ago, the Berlin Airlift supplied our allies in West Berlin with plenty of coal. Do those who insist "coal is bad” consider it a mistake to stand up to Russia? Is freedom from tyranny not worth the ... If this means shipping coal to Europe, then so be it.

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