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Amazon, Unilever, IKEA back zero-emission shipping initiative

GreenBiz 22 Oct 2021
CoZEV is a coalition of cargo owners, initiated by the not-for-profit Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Program, that brings together cargo owners and shipping operators to work to accelerate the decarbonization of the shipping industry and deliver on corporations' net zero-emission supply chain commitments.
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Asia LNG prices slip despite strong competition, limited Russian supply

Reuters 22 Oct 2021
Adding to the energy crunch in Europe, Russian gas giant Gazprom booked only a third of additional gas transit capacity via the Yamal-Europe pipeline via Poland for November while not booking any volumes via Ukraine ... Shipping rates which have more than doubled from earlier this month are also expected to put upward pressure on prices.
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In focus: UK gets the ball rolling on cutting emissions with net-zero strategy launch

Offshore Energy Today 22 Oct 2021
Reports on efforts to decarbonise the oil & gas and the shipping sector continue to hit the headlines as the energy transition gathers speed. The post In focus. UK gets the ball rolling on.. ... .
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Climate-driven train M&A goes off the rails

Reuters 22 Oct 2021
MELBOURNE, Oct 22 (Reuters Breakingviews) - When the picks-and-shovels providers start departing, it’s usually a bad sign ... The first is an agreed A$2.35 billion purchase of One Rail Australia, which will increase the amount Aurizon’s so-called bulk division ships of commodities crucial to the global energy transition like copper and rare earths ... ....
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Inflation could reach 5 per cent, Bank of England economist warns

The Independent 22 Oct 2021
Inflation could climb as high as 5 per cent by early next year, according to the Bank of England’s chief economist, Hugh Pill ... He would not say which way he intends to vote, the report said. Rising prices from energy to shipping costs have put pressure on consumers and businesses alike as the global economy continues to face supply chain disruption ... .
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Silver Jumps As Global Inflation Hits A Decade High – What’s Next For Prices?

FX Empire 22 Oct 2021
Prices for a long list of metals have soared this month including Aluminium, Copper, Iron Ore and Uranium ... Meanwhile, Eurozone inflation hit a 13-year high of 3.4% ... Signs of inflation are growing more obvious day by day, from soaring shipping costs, rising energy bills, food and general commodity prices to shortages of products and labour ... Sign Up.
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Black Friday 2021 TV deals: The best early sales from Walmart, Amazon, Samsung, Best Buy

NJ dot com 22 Oct 2021
Major retailers have been gracing us with massive price drops on big tech, including smart TVs. Early Black Friday deals have been on the rise lately due to supply chain issues. An energy crisis in China and Europe has disrupted the supply chain, interfering with the shipment of orders through ship ports ... Samsung ... Amazon ... Walmart ... Best Buy ... @N_Accardi.
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Prices of goods set to rise further, consumer companies warn

Straits Times 22 Oct 2021
A similar refrain came from Nestle, Procter & Gamble and Danone, whose products dominate supermarket aisles and kitchen cupboards ... "We are in a once-in-two-decades inflationary environment.". Companies are facing a dire mix of supply chain challenges, as well as higher costs for energy, raw materials, packaging and shipping ... More on this topic. � ....
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Are you willing to pay the price for going green? This is Money podcast on ...

The Daily Mail 22 Oct 2021
... deliveries boom, could you fall victim to a parcel text scam? How low can mortgage rates go and is it worth jumping ship to fix? Are your energy bills about to soaras the price cap shifts? Do the sums stack up on green home improvements? New plans to tackle bogus ratings online.
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Think everything’s expensive now? Wait until you see what’s next

The Times of India 22 Oct 2021
NEW DELHI ... The maker of Dove soap and Magnum ice-cream bars jacked up prices by more than 4% on average last quarter, the biggest jump since 2012, and signaled elevated pricing will continue into next year ... Companies are facing a dire mix of supply-chain challenges, as well as higher costs for energy, raw materials, packaging and shipping ... .
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Think everything’s expensive now? Get ready for what’s next

Finger Lakes Times 22 Oct 2021
Consumers around the world are about to get socked with even higher prices on everyday items, companies from food giant Unilever Plc to lubricant maker WD-40 Co ... Companies are facing a dire mix of supply-chain challenges, as well as higher costs for energy, raw materials, packaging and shipping ... U.S ... “But now that action is underway.” ... grocers ... .
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Think everything's expensive now? Get ready for what's nextCompanies typically raise prices gradually, which is ...

Deccan Herald 22 Oct 2021
By Thomas Mulier. Consumers around the world are about to get socked with even higher prices on everyday items, companies from food giant Unilever Plc to lubricant maker WD-40 Co ... Also Read ... Companies are facing a dire mix of supply-chain challenges, as well as higher costs for energy, raw materials, packaging and shipping ... Also Read ... also Read ... ....
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Tsakos: A life in shipping

Splash24/7 21 Oct 2021
Nevertheless, the charismatic Tsakos, founder, CEO and president of Tsakos Energy Navigation (TEN), is certain of its comeback and hopes it will mimic what other shipping sectors are experiencing ... After serving in the Greek Navy and then heading to college, he came up with an idea to combine his academic knowledge and his passion for shipping.
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Algerian LNG vessel to arrive in Turkey on Oct. 23

Anadolu Agency 21 Oct 2021
Algerian energy company Hyproc Shipping's LNG carrier, Lalla Fatma N'Soumer, is due to arrive in Turkey on Oct.
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Coast Guard had earlier notice about California oil spill

Springfield News-Sun 21 Oct 2021
Federal investigators have said they believe the 1,200-foot (366-meter) cargo ship dragging anchor in rough seas caught the pipeline operated by Houston-based Amplify Energy and pulled it across the seafloor early this year.
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