LONGi Has a Long-Term Commitment to Investment And Contribution in Pakistan

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LONGi is the world’s leading solar technology company. It officially entered the Pakistan market In 2019. In three years LONGi went from 1 MW to 500 MW relied on its high-quality, reliable solar modules, and Firmly towards the goal of 1GW with all partners.As the most valuable solar PV solution company in the world, LONGi has never forgotten its social…

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Russia Increasingly Using Own Oil Tankers To Boost Shipments To Asia

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Russia’s state-owned oil producers Rosneft and Gazprom Neft have started to use tankers of local state tanker operator Sovcomflot to ship their crude to Asia, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, quoting tanker-tracking data and sources familiar with the operations. Tankers owned by Sovcomflot struggled to find destinations shortly after the Russian invasion of Ukraine as countries either banned imports of Russian…

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U.S. Shale Drillers Cautious Despite Record Earnings

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Back in mid-February, Pioneer Natural Resources’ Scott Sheffield told Bloomberg that “Whether it’s $150 oil, $200 oil, or $100 oil, we’re not going to change our growth plans.” Despite all that has happened since then, centered on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the attitude expressed by Sheffield in February has not changed, even though shale drillers are now almost literally raking…

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Central Asia Caught Up in Power Play Between US, China 

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In the two most recent U.S. presidential administrations, Central Asia has been caught up in Washington’s “strategic competition” with Beijing, experts say. And, they add, that under the presumption that Central Asians share Washington’s concerns, the United States, highlighting human rights violations in China’s western region of Xinjiang, has insisted the countries in the region reevaluate their relations with Beijing,…

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EU gives companies green light to buy gas from Russia

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The European Union said companies can keep buying gas without breaching sanctions, as it softened its stance in a standoff with Moscow over energy supplies. The European Commission sent its revised guidelines to member states on Friday, a spokesperson said on Monday. In the updated recommendations, it said companies should make a clear statement that they consider their obligations fulfilled…

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China Warns NATO Not To Interfere In Asia

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China increasingly sees the war in Ukraine — and the roles of the United States and its NATO allies in backing Kyiv against Moscow — as a reflection of future tensions to come between the military bloc and Beijing in the Indo-Pacific. Ever since Russian tanks first crossed into Ukraine on February 24, Beijing has walked an awkward line between…

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