BP’s narrow refining margin allows only a modest return to profits

By Ron Bousso, Shadia Nasralla LONDON, Oct 27 (Reuters) – UK oil company BP posted third-quarter profits again albeit still with modest numbers, warning that the pace of recovery from the pandemic remains uncertain and continues to weigh on fuel demand and margins. refining. FILE PHOTO: BP logo at the company’s headquarters in Aberdeen, Scotland. … Read more

Tabasco Public Function files 23 complaints against former officials of Arturo Núñez

VILLAHERMOSA, Tab. (Proceso.com.mx) .– The Tabasco Ministry of Public Function (SFP) has filed 23 criminal complaints against former officials of the PRD government of Arturo Núñez Jiménez for alleged deviation of 1,500 million pesos, out of 4 billion of the fiscal year fiscal 2018 that have not been resolved. The complaints were filed with the … Read more

First and second grade patients

The pandemic has shown us the excruciating reality that we live as a country in terms of health, warns Dr. Andrés Castañeda Prado. With updated figures, the specialist shows that the highest incidence of patients dying from covid occurs in public hospitals, in some of which there are even first and second beds for the … Read more

Digital Health for All – Process

We embrace technology because it allows us to do things better and easier, faster and cheaper. To be more productive and have more free time to do other activities. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) do not appear as a priority in the Health Sector Program 2020-2024 of the Fourth Transformation, because it does not contemplate … Read more

Strong support for the miljoenenlening at Enexis | 1Limburg

A very large part of the Limburg Parliament to agree to a loan from the state of 80.7 million in transmission and system operator Enexis. In statencommissie spoke only of the CASE may turn out. The loan is intended to be for the next ten years, the necessary investments in the expansion and sustainability of … Read more

Renewable energy companies have the right to go to court: Sener

Rocío Nahle García, Head of Energy (Sener), assured that the owners of generation companies of alternative energies they have the right to resort to judicial instances and to exercise their rights; however, he stated that they cannot defame or slander, as some groups have done. In an interview outside the National Palace, after participating in … Read more

La Mañanera. AMLO orders the defense of criteria on renewable energy generation

Given the legal actions that alternative energy generating companies have initiated, the President Andrés Manuel López Obrador He assured that he will respect the decisions made by the Judiciary, and that he is in favor of clean energy, but reported that he ordered officials of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) and the Ministry of Energy … Read more

Cenace suspends operational tests of 17 wind and solar plants

The National Center for Energy Control (Cenace) suspended operational tests of 17 wind and photovoltaic plants, some owned by large multinationals such as the Spanish Iberdola and the Italian Enel. The entry into force of the agreement issued by the center on April 29, due to the health emergency caused by Covid-19, caused the critical … Read more

Wind – Wind and batteries, the Siemens Gamesa solution for Puerto Galera

The hybrid wind-battery installation is being carried out on the Philippine island of Mindoro, specifically in Puerto Galera and, according to Siemens Gamesa“It will help provide a stable supply of electricity in a remote area of ​​the Philippines with a weak grid connection, which in turn will reduce its dependence on diesel.” The project combines … Read more

The brake on renewables to boost CFE and Pemex risks 30 thousand jobs, alerts industry

In the midst of the health crisis, accentuated by the environmental crisis, the federal government decided to stop 44 clean energy projects ready or in process, so that, in fact, Mexico will not comply with the Paris Agreement regarding reducing polluting emissions. In addition, almost 30,000 well-paid formal jobs are at risk, accuse associations that … Read more