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Facing wave of closures, oil refiners turn to biofuels

LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – European and U.S. oil refineries face a wave of closures due to plateauing fuel demand, tightening environmental rules and overseas competition, prompting some owners to opt for an easier alternative – converting plants to produce biofuels.General view of Total’s oil refinery at La Mede near Marseille, southern France, July 2, 2015.…

F365’s Early Winner: Pep’s plot hinders Arteta’s one-eyed technique

F365’s Early Winner: Pep’s plot hinders Arteta’s one-eyed technique

Date published: Saturday 17th October 2020 8:28 Pep Guardiola refuted the obvious master versus apprentice narrative in the build-up to Manchester City’s clash with Arsenal. The edgy 1-0 win over his former assistant confirmed that Guardiola wasn’t just blowing smoke up Mikel Arteta’s backside – but Pep demonstrated that he can still teach his former sidekick…

President Of Kyrgyzstan Steps Down In The Middle Of Election Turmoil

President Of Kyrgyzstan Steps Down In The Middle Of Election Turmoil

MOSCOW: Kyrgyzstans embattled president said Thursday he was resigning following protests over a disputed parliamentary election, the third time in 15 years that a leader of the Central Asian country has been ousted by a popular uprising.Protesters in the capital of Bishkek celebrated the decision by President Sooronbai Jeenbekov, but it’s not clear if it…