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Exclusive: Malaysia to buy more Indian sugar to resolve palm oil spat – sources

Malaysia’s top sugar refiner said it will increase purchases of the commodity from India, which according to two sources is part of efforts to placate New Delhi amid an ongoing spat over palm oil …

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Exclusive: India warns palm oil buyers against Malaysian imports – sources

Indian palm oil importers have effectively stopped all purchases from Malaysia after the government privately warned them to shun product from the country following a diplomatic spat, industry and …

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India asks domestic refiners to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil: sources

India has informally asked palm oil refiners and traders to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil, government and industry sources said, following Kuala Lumpur’s criticism of India’s actions in Kashmir and …

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TC Energy cuts November volumes on Keystone oil pipeline by about 39% after leak – sources

TC Energy Corp told a majority of Keystone oil pipeline shippers that November volumes would be cut by nearly 39% after a leak in North Dakota spilled more than 9,000 barrels about two weeks ago, …

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Sime Darby Plantation considers exiting West Africa palm oil operations: sources

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Sime Darby Plantation, the world’s biggest oil palm planter by land holdings, is considering exiting its palm and rubber operations in the West African nation of Liberia, indu…

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Greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources

Greenpeace says household brands including PepsiCo and Johnson & Johnson are refusing to disclose where they get their palm oil from despite vows to stop buying from companies that cut down tropical forests to grow the widely used commodity. The …

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RPT-Palm oil output to dip in Q1, rebound to record later in year – industry sources

KUALA LUMPUR, March 5 (Reuters) – Palm oil output in top producers Indonesia and Malaysia will likely decline in the first quarter of the year, in line with seasonal trends as rains disrupt harvests, but will rise after mid-year to projected record highs …

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Shell Launches Free Investment Sources Tool For Low-Carbon SMEs

Shell Launches Free Investment Sources Tool For Low-Carbon SMEs

Low-carbon small and medium businesses/enterprises (SMEs) now have a new funding tool in their belt, thanks to a seemingly unlikely source, a major petrochemical concern. Royal Dutch Shell has just launched an online tool called the Access to Finance Navigator, which can help SMEs “in the low-carbon, cleantech and sustainability sectors” to find funding opportunities [&hellip

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Wind Replaces Coal, Geothermal Overtakes Gas As Major Sources Of Power Generation In New Zealand

LanzaTech of New Zealand develops microbe that converts waste gas from steel mills into pure ethanol.

Renewable energy sources contributed about 80% to the total electricity generated in New Zealand in 2014, latest figures released by the government show. According to Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, the share of electricity generated from renewable energy sources, like geothermal, hydro, wind, and biogas technology, was 79.9% in 2014. This is the largest

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Non-Fossil Fuel Sources Provide 25% of China’s Electricity

Figures from the China Electricity Council show non-fossil fuel sources of energy accounted for over a quarter of the country’s power generation in

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