“Alberta is very secure, stable, connected to a big market,” said Masson, former head of the Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission. “We can easily be a good part of that energy mix going forward.” Energy transition its way But if fuel and oil demand is squeezed, the big challenge for Canadian oilsands producers may be to be cost competitive in a global market while also facing environmental scrutiny from investors. “If I looking at the global demand picture, it means that the competition became that much tighter,” said Al Salazar, vice president of intelligence at Enverus, an energy data analytics firm..
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In October, John Ratcliffe, a former congressman whom Trump installed as the director of national intelligence, approved the release of previously classified documents. None of them showed that the intelligence agencies conspired against Trump. But intelligence officials warned the White House and Ratcliffe that their release could reveal intelligence sources inside Russia and make it harder to recruit foreign spies..
But with a large portion of the population still ineligible for vaccination, and uncertainty around whether vaccinated people can spread the disease, many immunized Americans are wondering: Is it safe to gather with friends and family? Yahoo News Medical Contributor Dr. Ties between Russia and the West, already at post Cold War lows, have come under renewed pressure over the arrest and jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. To the WHO.
So what does this mean for Arkansas 2018 elections? The most important takeaway from this analysis is that the state legislative races could be far more competitive than conventional wisdom suggests. Arkansas regularly ranks low in measures of electoral competitiveness, as many of its candidates go unchallenged. We suspect that this has less to do with a dearth of good candidates in Arkansas and more to do with the proclivity of its chattering class to assert that they alone know which districts are winnable, which candidates are viable and which campaign strategies are optimal.
Smartwatches freed people from carrying their smartphone to track their exercises. Now we have earphones that are truly wireless (like the AirPods), there’s no chance of tangling of any cables. But companies like Bragi have been wanting to eliminate the need to wear something on your wrist to track your activity too.