Exclusive: US issues license to Trinidad and Tobago to develop Venezuela’s offshore gas field

US and Trinidad officials said on Tuesday that the Biden administration has granted a license to Trinidad and Tobago to develop a large gas field located in Venezuelan territorial waters, in another step to ease some sanctions. in Venezuela. The license, issued by the US Treasury Department at Trinidad’s request and intended to boost regional … Read more

This two-minute morning activity will boost your energy and focus for the day

While a cup of coffee can start your morning invigorating, there is an easy two-minute activity that will jump-start your metabolism and give you more energy throughout the day. An investor in Uber Plain bloom Develop a 5-5-5-30 morning workout routine that takes just two minutes and is scientifically proven to improve your attention, focus, … Read more

Pakistan is scrambling to restore electricity after the second major power grid collapse in months

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan’s government said on Monday it was scrambling to restore electricity to millions of people after a grid collapse caused the worst power outages in months and highlighted poor infrastructure in the debt-ridden country. Energy Minister Khurram Dastgir told reporters that an investigation had been launched into the outage, which he said … Read more

How the Russian war affects the global environmental agenda

The impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on biodiversity and climate was not part of the official agenda at two major United Nations environmental conferences recently, but on the sidelines of both the fallout from the war popped up in large numbers. These discussions showed that far from going beyond the global environmental agenda, the … Read more

Davos 2023: Greta Thunberg accuses energy companies of throwing people ‘under the bus’

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) – Greta Thunberg called on the global energy industry and its financiers to end all fossil fuel investments on Thursday at a high-level meeting in Davos with the head of the International Energy Agency. During a roundtable discussion with Fatih Birol on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, activists … Read more

Police move into a coal mine, demonstrators holed up in an abandoned German village

LUZERAT, Germany (January 11) (Reuters) – Hundreds of police began clearing out a deserted village of climate change protesters on Wednesday in a standoff over an opencast pottery mine expansion that highlighted tensions over climate policy in Germany during an energy crisis. . Forming human chains, demonstrators erected a makeshift barrier from old containers and … Read more

What is behind the energy dispute between Canada, Mexico and the United States? | International Trade News

Mexican President Andres Manuel L√≥pez Obrador has said Mexico has “inalienable” ownership of its energy resources. The leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States are due to hold a summit next week, where the big bone of contention could be the row over whether Mexico has violated a trade agreement by tightening the country’s … Read more