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Business Last Updated: Jan 20, 2020 - 3:55:23 PM


Business
Freeport LNG starts commercial ops at Train 2
Freeport LNG said it has started commercial operations at the second liquefaction train, of its three-train facility, on Quintana Island, near Freeport, Texas.

Jan 20, 2020 - 3:54:30 PM

Business
Billions to be wasted on ‘unnecessary’ gas projects, study says

The so-called fourth EU list of Projects of Common Interests (PCI) was presented by the European Commission on 31 October. It contains 151 energy infrastructure projects, including 32 gas projects, such as LNG terminals. [EPA-EFE/MARCIN BIELECKI]


Jan 20, 2020 - 3:50:48 PM

Business
Capitalism Must Reform to Survive: From Shareholders to Stakeholders
Companies today face an existential choice. Either they wholeheartedly embrace “stakeholder capitalism” and subscribe to the responsibilities that come with it, by actively taking steps to meet social and environmental goals. Or they stick to an outdated “shareholder capitalism” that prioritizes short-term profits over everything else—and wait for employees, clients, and voters to force change on them from the outside

Jan 19, 2020 - 3:16:53 PM

Business
The Truth About the Trump Economy
It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Jan 19, 2020 - 3:11:56 PM

Business
New gas finds creating opportunity in West Africa
In the past year, a whole series of new finds by exploration companies including BP, Kosmos Energy and Springfield are turning parts of West Africa into a new land of opportunity. The West African region includes the coastal states from Mauritania in the north to Nigeria in the south. The region’s governments expect the revenues generated from these recent discoveries will help fund their economic development ambitions.

Jan 17, 2020 - 2:32:46 PM

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