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EIG Global Energy Partners will lead a yet-unnamed consortium to issue billions of dollars in bonds across two or three transactions to replace bank debt backing an investment in Saudi Aramco's oil pipeline assets, two sources said. The Washington, D.C.-based firm's consortium will issue bonds to replace $10.5 billion in so-called staple financing that was arranged by Aramco for potential suitors to take the 49% stake, the sources said. The $12.4 billion deal, announced last Friday, gives the EIG-led group a stake in Aramco Oil Pipelines, which has the rights to 25 years of tariff payments for oil transported through Aramco's oil pipeline network that traverses the world's largest crude exporter.
Palestine condemns Boris Johnson for opposing ICC Israel investigation. PM accused of giving ‘carte blanche to Israel’ by saying court had no right to examine alleged war crimes
Royal Dutch Shell said on Thursday the majority of its oil and gas reserves will be produced by 2050, playing down the risk of stranded assets as it prepares to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decades. The disclosure is still a rare admission by a major oil and gas company that some of its reserves may be worthless in a world shifting away from fossil fuels to renewable energy in an effort to stem global warming. The Anglo-Dutch company said in a document to investors summarising its climate strategy that around 75% of its proved oil and gas reserves will be produced by 2030, with an additional 3% produced after 2040.
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The French embassy in Pakistan on Thursday advised all French nationals and companies to temporarily leave the country, after violent anti-France protests paralysed large parts of the country this week. "Due to the serious threats to French interests in Pakistan, French nationals and French companies are advised to temporarily leave the country," the embassy said in an email to French citizens."The departures will be carried out by existing commercial airlines."The move came a day after the Pakistani interior ministry said it would outlaw the Tehrik-i-Labaik Pakistan (TLP), a hardline Islamist group responsible for recent anti-French protests across the country.The TLP has been demanding that the Pakistan government expel the French ambassador and endorse a boycott of French products due to Charlie Hebdo’s republishing of the Prophet Mohamed cartoons following the October 16, 2020 beheading of Samuel Paty, a French schoolteacher who displayed the cartoons during a civics class.Anti-French sentiment has been simmering for months in Pakistan since the government of President Emmanuel Macron expressed support for Charlie Hebdo’s right to republish the cartoons, deemed blasphemous by many Muslims.Violent anti-French protestsClashes erupted on Tuesday between TLP supporters and police officers after the group's leader, Saad Rizvi, was detained hours after encouraging thousands of his supporters to take to the streets in cities across Pakistan.Two police officers died in the clashes, which saw water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullets used to hold back crowds.Rizvi has been charged with instigating murder.TLP supporters brought the capital Islamabad to a standstill in November last year for three days with a series of anti-France rallies.Announcing the decision to outlaw the TLP, Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid told reporters in Islamabad that the government did not want "to be known as an extremist nation at international level”.But the TLP is backed by a majority Sunni sect of Islam with a massive in Pakistan, that will make it difficult to enforce any ban.Pakistani extremists groups also have a history of popping up with different names after being outlawed.Blasphemy is a hugely sensitive issue in conservative Pakistan, where laws allow for the death penalty to be used on anyone deemed to have insulted Islam or Islamic figures.(FRANCE 24 with AFP and REUTERS)
China will assess possible threats posed by Japan's release of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear plant to the safety of related food and agricultural products and their trade, the commerce ministry said on Thursday. According to plans unveiled by Japan on Tuesday, the release of more than 1 million tonnes of contaminated water into the sea from the plant crippled by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011 will start in about two years after filtering it to remove harmful isotopes. The plan drew immediate opposition from its neighbours South Korea, China and Taiwan.
Louis slipped his lead and then dropped below the main path.
Singer Birdy has said it took her four years to finish her latest “heartbreak album” because she had writer’s block and needed space to “deal with” her emotions. This record is a heartbreak album and I also just needed some space to deal with that and feel myself again. Tonight, Birdy is performing a global livestream event, live from Wilton’s Music Hall in London.
Future toys will be made from eco-friendly materials.
Negotiations to bring the United States back into a landmark nuclear deal with Iran are set to resume Thursday in Vienna amid signs of progress — but also under the shadow of an attack this week on Iran's main nuclear facility. In 2015, Iran signed an agreement with the U.S., Russia, China, Germany, France and Britain that was intended to set limits on Tehran's nuclear program in order to block it from building a nuclear weapon — something it insists it doesn't want to do. In exchange, Iran received relief from sanctions that those powers had imposed, including on its exports of oil and access to the global banking system.
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Dublin, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Roads to 5G Communications: Technologies, Applications and Markets Assessment" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The goal of this report is to address several current technologies (as well as their markets, applications, and other characteristics) that, according to the ITU classifications, are transitioning to the 5G communications era.Though based on the industry insiders statistics, in 2019 market share of 4G networks was not more than 7%-12% on the global scale, the industry is already (2018-2020) supporting commercial 5G introduction in several market regions and applications.This new radio access generation will be built on the existing infrastructure, which will be modernized and expanded with new technologies.The 5G wireless communication system will be a converged system with multiple radio access technologies integrated together. It will be able to support a wide range of applications and services to comprehensively satisfy the requirements of the information society by the year 2020 and beyond. From the technology perspective, 5G will be the continuous enhancement and evolution of the present radio access technologies, and also the development of novel radio access technologies to meet the increasing demand for the future. 5G can be characterized as data, connectivity and user experience.There are two main views on 5G that exist today, which are frequently mixed together to form the basis of the 5G definition:View 1 - The hyper-connected vision: In this view, 5G is seen as a blend of existing technologies (2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, and others) that can deliver greater coverage and availability, higher network density in terms of cells and devices, and the ability to provide the connectivity that enables machine-to-machine (M2M) services and the Internet of Things (IoT).View 2 - Next-generation radio access technology: This perspective outlines 5G in 'generational' terms, setting specific targets that new radio interfaces must meet in terms of data rates (faster than 1Gbps downlink) and latency (less than 1ms delay).The first view is connected with a gradual transition of 3G/4G (and other) technologies to the 5G era with appropriate enhancements and extensions. Some of such technologies are the subject of this report analysis.In particular, the following technologies, their markets, industries, and applications are addressed in connection with their transition to 5G (they are being bundled under the title of 5G despite the fact that they are already being brought to market by vendors and deployed by operators):CR/SDR - Cognitive Radio/Software Defined Radio Though the concept of CR/SDR is well known and the industry supports these techniques for a number of years, the 5G era will bring new requirements to network characteristics that can be easy to fulfill with CR/SDR.The 5G "Network of Networks" needs further development of the CR/SDR concept responding to particulars of 5G and using the existing base of smart radios. Small Cells It is expected that small cells will prevail in the 5G infrastructure due to advanced features that satisfy 5G requirements. mmWave Radio mmWave Radio will play an important role in the 5G RANs, allowing us to explore the vast amount of free spectrum. MIMO Complex smart antenna systems such as MMIMO expected to be used extensively. Visible Light Communication VLC open several important applications, which were difficult to utilize in other spectrum windows. The report also addresses general requirements to 5G networking and surveys current 5G standardization activities. It also contains the author's survey of recently approved patents related to VLC and MIMO technologies.The report is intended for a wide audience of technical and managerial staff involved in the development of advanced wireless communications. Companies Mentioned AeronixAirHop CommunicationsAirNet CommunicationsAirspanAlpha NetworksArgelaBeecube (NI Company)Blu WirelessBlue DanubeBroadcom (acquired by Avago in 2015)Carlson WirelessCasioCaviumCiscoCommScopeContelaCRTDataSoftEricssonEtherstackFireflyFraunhoferFujitsuGilatGreen HillsHuaweiIntelip.accessJuniL3HarrisLightBeeLVXNakagawa LaboratoriesNECNINokiaNutaqOledcommOutstanding TechnologyPure VLC-PureLi-FiQualcommRadisysRockwell CollinsSamsungSELEX ES (A Leonardo Company)Spider CloudSupreme ArchitectureTektelicThalesTIWind RiverXilinxZTE For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/qfmnbx CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Daimler's Spanish unit can be liable for damages sought by companies affected by the German carmaker's role in a truck cartel sanctioned by EU antitrust regulators five years ago, an adviser to Europe's top court said on Thursday. The European Commission in 2016 handed out a then record 2.9 billion euros to the cartel which included Daimler, Swedish company Volvo, Iveco, which is part of Italian truck and tractor maker CNH Industrial, and DAF Trucks, owned by U.S. company Paccar.
Disney Plus has unveiled its first batch of scripted originals out of the U.K. BAFTA Award-winning writer Sally Wainwright, along with BAFTA-winning producers Sally Woodward Gentle (Sid Gentle Films), Faith Penhale (Lookout Point) and Stephen Garrett (Character 7) are among the talent whose series will be launched on Disney Plus. Debut screenwriter Emma Moran brings […]
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The Olympics are due to get under way on July 23, with the Paralympics taking place after.