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PARIS, FRANCE – MARCH 25: Natalia Verza @mascarada.paris wears sunglasses, a pastel colored green and pink oversized tie and dye midi dress with low-neck and puff large sleeves from Sandra Mansour x AGL, drinks mineral water from an Evian blue plastic bottle, during a street style fashion photo session, on March 25, 2021 in Paris, France. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images) You don’t need to be woo-woo about wellness to be influenced into buying chlorophyll water right now. If you’re on TikTok, you’ve probably seen some variation of the viral clip: an influencer promoting their “morning supplement routine,” which involves a large glass of ice water, a medicinal-looking tincture of liquid chlorophyll, and a metal or glass straw (for aesthetic) to mix it all together. While the drinkable sludge-green water parading as a “supplement” looks about as appetising as liquified seaweed, what’s more persuasive is the claim that these kitchen-counter influencers are making — essentially, that chugging a glass of chlorophyll water a day will give you better skin and clear your acne. The hashtag #chlorophyllwater has already amassed over 29.3 million views on TikTok, but we thought it wise to speak with a licensed dermatologist to get all the facts about liquid chlorophyll and how it can impact the skin — before ordering a $14 (£12) bottle of the green stuff from The Vitamin Shoppe. @snaillyyyyy chlorophyll is the $hit ##chlorophyllwater ♬ jealous by eyedress – sexy cool funny popular person You can use your school science recall to think about chlorophyll: It’s the compound that gives plants their green color through the process of photosynthesis. “Chlorophyll is a green pigment found in plants, algae, and cyanobacteria,” explains Hadley King, MD, a New York City-based dermatologist. “It’s essential in photosynthesis, allowing plants to absorb energy from light. In the human body, chlorophyll has antioxidant properties and therefore has been shown to potentially improve signs of skin ageing.” However, according to Dr King, most of the benefits of chlorophyll come from its topical application — as in, putting chlorophyll directly on the skin, not drinking it. “Some clinical trials have shown that chlorophyll in a topical form has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties that may help reduce acne,” says Dr King, “but with orally-consumed chlorophyll, we don’t yet have data about its effects on acne.” This doesn’t mean that TikTok is lying to you. Dermatologist Joshua Zeichner, MD, asserts that when taken in conjunction with a healthy diet, drinking liquid chlorophyll might be good for the overall health of your skin. “There’s some data suggesting that oral chlorophyll may enhance production of red blood cells in the body,” he explains. “This could mean better delivery of oxygen and nutrients to your organs, including your skin.” Of course, make sure to touch base with your doctor before becoming a micro #chlorophyllwater influencer. They’ll probably echo the same sentiment: There’s no real downside to dripping the green drops in your mason jar of ice water. But as with other forms of digestible “beauty pills,” don’t expect miracles. If getting rid of acne (or maskne) is your goal, try drinking more tap water first. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Bio-Fermented Skincare Is About To Be HugeBeauty Editor-Approved Skincare Products Under £12Can We Just Stop Skincare Shaming Everyone?
(Bloomberg) -- Oil is heading for the biggest weekly gain since early March on optimism the recovery in demand from the Covid-19 pandemic is improving.Futures in New York rose on Friday and are up more than 7% this week. China’s economy soared in the first quarter, while industrial output and crude refining climbed in March from a year earlier. The rebound in the U.S. is accelerating, with data the past couple of days showing jobless claims falling to a new pandemic-era low, and retail sales and gasoline demand expanding.Bullish data from the world’s top two economies came after the International Energy Agency and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries gave positive outlooks for the global oil market earlier in the week.The positive momentum has helped oil break out of a narrow range around $60 a barrel, where prices were had been stuck since mid-March. The market may see a temporary lull due to new virus outbreaks, according to the the IEA, but the agency followed OPEC in boosting its full-year estimates for consumption.The global recovery from the pandemic is uneven, however. While rebounds are gathering pace in the U.S. and China, other nations are grappling with sharp rises in cases. In India, refineries are diverting oxygen produced at their plants to hospitals to help battle a serious second wave, which has led to fuel sales tumbling during the first half of April compared with a month earlier.“We are going to have period of two steps forward, one step back in the oil market,” said Stephen Innes, chief global market strategist at Axi. “There’s a huge summer driving season coming up in the U.S., but then we have headlines of 200,000 people getting Covid in India in a day.”See also: Iran Demands U.S. Identify Sanctions to Be Lifted to End ImpasseThe market is also facing an increase in supply in the coming months, although OPEC said this week that rising demand should trim global stockpiles, while the IEA said the lingering glut was clearing. The OPEC+ alliance is scheduled to start adding more barrels from May.China’s refineries processed 14.14 million barrels a day in March, almost 20% more than a year earlier, when swathes of the nation locked down to combat the Covid-19 virus. That performance contributed to record economic growth in first quarter and it’s also comfortably ahead of the figure for March 2019, before the pandemic hit.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Uniper is seeking a court ruling on whether plans by the Netherlands to shut all coal-fired power plants in the country are legal, the German-based utility said on Friday. Under the Dutch plans, Uniper's 1.07 gigawatt (GW) Maasvlakte MPP 3 plant must close by Jan. 1, 2030, about 15 years after it was opened. "Uniper has consistently expressed its concerns to the ministry and members of Parliament and the Senate about the fact that the law is lacking sufficient compensation," Uniper, which is majority-owned by Finland's Fortum, said.
Today, Ørsted has entered into an agreement with Brookfield Renewable, a global owner and operator of renewable power assets, to acquire a 100 % equity interest in its existing Ireland and UK onshore wind business, Brookfield Renewable Ireland (BRI). The agreement is based on an enterprise valuation of BRI of EUR 571 million as of 31 December 2020. The final price will be subject to customary adjustments. With the acquisition of BRI, Ørsted enters the European onshore market. BRI, headquartered in Cork, Ireland, is a developer, owner, and operator of onshore wind farms. BRI has an attractive portfolio of 389 MW in operation and under construction, 149 MW advanced development, and more than 1 GW of development pipeline in Ireland and the UK. Ørsted entered the onshore renewables business in 2018 with an initial focus on the US. Today, Ørsted’s onshore business has reached a meaningful scale with an operating and in construction portfolio of 4 GW of wind and solar and a strong pipeline of further projects in development. The growth over the past year ranks the business among the five largest US constructors in terms of onshore capacity additions since 2017. Building on the success of the US business, Ørsted has been evaluating opportunities to enter the onshore renewables business in Europe. Mads Nipper, Group President and CEO of Ørsted, says: “In the US, we’ve built a strong onshore business with 4 GW in operation and under construction. The European market for onshore wind power is expected to grow significantly in the coming years, and with the acquisition of BRI, we get a strong platform that expands our presence in onshore renewables to Europe, allowing us to continue our successful expansion of our onshore renewables business.” Declan Flanagan, CEO of Ørsted’s Onshore business unit, says: “We’re excited to acquire BRI, which has a strong strategic and operational fit to Ørsted combined with what we believe to be very complementary business cultures. We’ve learned that, like Ørsted, the BRI team is ambitious, prioritise safety and quality, and strive to be a good neighbour in the communities they operate in. The Irish and UK onshore markets offer attractive fundamentals, projects at scale, and value creation through a mix of development projects and repowering opportunities. Furthermore, we can leverage the BRI team’s market-leading offtake capabilities within trading and corporate PPAs with direct synergies to Ørsted’s existing efforts in the UK.” BRI’s existing management team will continue to run the business which will be integrated into Ørsted’s Onshore business unit over time. The transaction is expected to close by Q2 2021. The information provided in this announcement does not change Ørsted’s previous EBITDA guidance for the financial year 2021. Subject to closing of the transaction, the expected investment level for 2021 will increase with the purchase price. Investor callAn investor call for investors and analysts will be held on Friday, 16 April 2021 at 13:30 CEST. Denmark: +45 7815 0108United Kingdom: +44 3333 009 265 United States: +1 8332 498 405Ireland: +35 312 232 016 The investor call can be followed live at:https://edge.media-server.com/mmc/p/y6twkmwu About BRI BRI is a developer, owner, and operator of onshore wind farms in Ireland and Scotland.BRI has a total team of 73 professionals between a head office in Cork, Ireland, and an office in Edinburgh, Scotland.BRI owns a portfolio of 389 MW, in operation and under construction, and 149 MW advanced development pipeline.BRI also owns more than 1 GW development pipeline in Ireland and the UK. About ØrstedThe Ørsted vision is a world that runs entirely on green energy. Ørsted develops, constructs, and operates offshore and onshore wind farms, solar farms, energy storage facilities, and bioenergy plants, and provides energy products to its customers. Ørsted ranks as the world’s most sustainable energy company in Corporate Knights' 2021 index of the Global 100 most sustainable corporations in the world and is recognised on the CDP Climate Change A List as a global leader on climate action. Headquartered in Denmark, Ørsted employs 6,179 people. Ørsted's shares are listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen (Orsted). In 2020, the group's revenue was DKK 52.6 billion (EUR 7.1 billion). Visit orsted.com or follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter. For further information, please contact: Ørsted Group Media RelationsCarsten Birkeland Kjær+ 45 99 55 77 firstname.lastname@example.org Ørsted Investor RelationsAllan Bødskov Andersen + 45 99 55 79 email@example.com Attachment Ørsted acquires Ireland and UK onshore wind power platform from Brookfield Renewable
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PRESS RELEASE – REGULATED INFORMATION Notification of transactions in shares by persons discharging managerial responsibility ("PDMRs") Cambridge (UK) 16 April 2021: The Company makes the following announcement and notification in respect of the EU Market Abuse Regulation. 1Details of the person discharging managerial responsibilities / person closely associateda)NameGuido Van der Schueren2Reason for the notificationa)Position/statusChairmanb)Initial notification/AmendmentInitial notification3Details of the issuer, emission allowance market participant, auction platform, auctioneer or auction monitora)NameGlobal Graphics PLCb)LEI213800ZFW446QIHAB6544Details of the transaction(s): section to be repeated for (i) each type of instrument; (ii) each type of transaction; (iii) each date; and (iv) each place where transactions have been conducteda)Description of the financial instrument, type of instrument Identification codeOrdinary share GB00BYN5BY03b)Nature of the transactionAcquisition of shares.c)Price(s) and volume(s)Price EUR 3.93Volume 2,400d)Aggregated information - Aggregated volume - Price 2,400 EUR 9,432.00e)Date of the transaction15 April 2021f)Place of the transactionEuronext Brussels About Global Graphics PLC Through its operating subsidiaries, Global Graphics PLC (Euronext Brussels: GLOG) is a leading developer of integrated hardware and software solutions for graphics and industrial inkjet printing. Customers include press manufacturers such as HP, Canon, Durst, Roland, Hymmen and Mark Andy. Global Graphics PLC is headquartered in Cambridge UK. Its subsidiary companies are printing software developers Global Graphics Software; the industrial printhead driver solutions specialists, Meteor Inkjet; pre-press workflow developers Xitron and enterprise software developer HYBRID Software. Contacts Jill TaylorGraeme HuttleyCorporate Communications DirectorChief Financial OfficerTel: +44 (0)1223 926489Tel: +44 (0)1223 926472Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgEmail: email@example.com
A large steel manufacturer listed in India enters into a partnership with Vow to diversify its business and enter the lucrative spice industry, a pillar of Indian exports and economy. As part of the partnership, Vow ASA’s subsidiary ETIA will deliver a Safesteril® spice sterilisation unit valued at around EUR 0.55 million. The unit has the capacity to treat 1.5 tonnes of product per hour, and will be used to sterilise chilli, turmeric, seeds, and grains. The spice processing factory will be up and running by the end of this year. “This second contract won by ETIA this month, reminds us again of the versatility of our proprietary and patented Spirajoule technology and its relevance in a wide range of industrial applications,” said Henrik Badin, CEO of Vow ASA. In Safesteril® systems, Vow’s patented Spirajoule electrical heating screw in combination with saturated steam removes pathogen and reduces the total amount of micro-organisms in the product. Since 2003, ETIA has delivered close to one hundred such systems to customers all over the world, representing an important after-market potential for the company. India ranks as one of the biggest spice growers in the world and it is therefore an important market for ETIA’s Safesteril®. Several large Indian corporations are currently branching out into the spice industry. Vow’s Spirajoule technology is a core component in a wide range of other products and systems from Vow, including Biogreen solutions which are used for valorisation of waste and production of CO2 neutral energy and biogenic (non-fossil) carbon. “Our Biogreen process has many applications that are potentially highly relevant also for our client’s steel manufacturing business, and we are looking forward to exploring other areas of cooperation with them going forward,” said Badin. For further queries, please contact: Henrik Badin – CEO Vow ASA Tel: + 47 90 78 98 25 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org About Vow ASA In Vow and our subsidiaries Scanship and Etia we are passionate about preventing pollution. Our world leading solutions convert biomass and waste into valuable resources and generate clean energy for a wide range of industries. Cruise ships on every ocean have Vow technology inside which processes waste and purifies wastewater. Fish farmers are adopting similar solutions, and public utilities and industries use our solutions for sludge processing, waste management and biogas production on land. Our ambitions go further than this. With our advanced technologies and solutions, we turn waste into biogenetic fuels to help decarbonize industry and convert plastic waste into fuel, clean energy, and high-value pyro carbon. Our solutions are scalable, standardized, patented, and thoroughly documented, and our capability to deliver is well proven. They are key to end waste and stop pollution. Located in Oslo, the parent company Vow ASA is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (ticker VOW from 13 January 2020). This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.