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Anti-Pipeline Activist Found Guilty, Was Barred From Mentioning Climate Change
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Tilson Closes HLF Short 5 Yrs After Calling Ackman’s Pitch “most remarkable piece of investment analysis I have ever seen”
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Leahy touts ‘key victories’ in appropriations bill
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huffingtonpost.co.uk • Kate Forrester
Merkel's Mess
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Severn Trent Plc (OTCPK:SVTRF) Q3 2017 Results Conference Call November 23, 2017 4:30 AM ET Executives Liv Garfield - Chief Executive James Bowling - CFO Andy Smith - Managing Director Sarah Bentley - Chief Customer Officer Helen Miles - Chief Commercial Director...
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Climate Change, Energy Policy
Besting the BEST surface temperature record
Watts Up With That?Anthony Watts
Guest essay by Patrick J. Michaels and Ryan Maue, Center for the Study of Science, Cato Institute JRA-55—BETTER THAN THE BEST GLOBAL SURFACE TEMPERATURE HISTORY, AND COOLER THAN THE REST. Let’s face it, global surface temperature histories measured by thermometers are a...
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thyssenkrupp's (TYEKF) CEO Heinrich Hiesinger on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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thyssenkrupp AG (OTCPK:TYEKF) Q4 2017 Results Earnings Conference Call November 23, 2017 4:00 AM ET Executives Claus Ehrenbeck - IR Heinrich Hiesinger - Chairman and CEO Guido Kerkhoff - Member of the Executive Board Analysts Michael Shillaker - Credit Suisse Ingo Schachel...
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Climate Change, Energy Policy
Anti-Pipeline Activist Found Guilty, Was Barred From Mentioning Climate Change
Huffington Post - HomeDominique Mosbergen
After a short trial lasting just a day and a half, climate activist and retiree Leonard Higgins was found guilty on Wednesday of a serious felony charge for his role in the “valve turner” protest last year that resulted in the brief...
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Energy Regulation, Tesla Motors Inc
Tilson Closes HLF Short 5 Yrs After Calling Ackman’s Pitch “most remarkable piece of investment analysis I have ever seen”
Valuewalk.comV.W. Staff
Whitney Tilson on his activism survey results; Carl Icahn’s Failed Raid on Washington; Elon Musk: The Architect of Tomorrow; HLF over the past five years. It appears Tilson has closed out his Herbalife short. See an exceprt from his latest email below....
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Energy Regulation
Leahy touts ‘key victories’ in appropriations bill
VTDiggerMorgan True
A federal appropriations bill released Monday includes money to bolster Lake Champlain cleanup and other conservation efforts, as well as improvements to historic downtowns across the state, according to Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. The money is part of an Appropriations Committee bill...
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Five Things It's Okay To Admit You Liked About The Budget
huffingtonpost.co.ukKate Forrester
Balanced or boring, fit for the future or fit for nothing. We’ve heard a lot of arguments over whether Philip Hammond’s budget was a good or bad one. On the whole, the chancellor managed to escape from his Commons address relatively unscathed,...
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Merkel's Mess
National ReviewAndrew Stuttaford
In their editorial on Angela Merkel’s failure (for now) to form a new government, NR’s editors drew attention to the decisive role played by the Free Democrats (FDP), a party that once came as close as Germany could manage to classical liberalism...
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Electric & Gas Utilities, Net Metering
Pattern Energy Rebound Still In Early Innings
Seeking AlphaThe Political Economist
Summary Pattern Energy sees no delay in reconnection in Puerto Rico due to Whitefish work stoppage. Puerto Rico wind farm represents 3.7% of overall Pattern Energy electricity generation portfolio. Investors may drive stock price back over 26, from below 22. Annual dividend...
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Energy Regulation, Liquefied Natural Gas
Uptake of LNG as Fuel Slower than Expected. Will It Finally Pick Up?
World Maritime NewsWorld Maritime News
In 2012, DNV GL predicted that by 2020, the LNG-fuelled fleet would comprise around 1,000 vessels. Three years later, this figure was revised downwards to between 400 and 600 vessels, with low oil price and slower than expected development of bunkering infrastructure...
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