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Hit by a cyberattack, the operator of a major US fuel pipeline said on May 10 it hopes to have services mostly restored by the end of the week as the FBI and administration officials identified the culprits as a gang of criminal hackers.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Toyota Motor Corp put its revamped Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car, with 30% greater range, on sale on Wednesday in a fresh push to promote the zero-emission technology amid rapidly growing demand for electric vehicles, including its own.
Every day, energy merchants collect and scrutinise whatever information they can find on fuel demand to get a trading edge: from satellite data tracking oil tankers worldwide to thermal images from cameras on pipelines and storage tanks.
Hundreds of drivers for ride-hailing giant Uber and its local rival Ola went on strike in the two biggest Indian cities, Delhi and Mumbai, on Oct 22, demanding higher fares to meet rising fuel costs that are eating away at their incomes.
E-hailing drivers in some African countries including Nigeria and Kenya went on strike, demanding a higher share of commissions, as the cost of living and fuel increased amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
At noon every day – when the sun is directly overhead – the world’s fleet of commercial maritime ships report their position, speed and weather conditions.
Electric cars are taking a back seat to more profitable trucks and sport utility vehicles at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, a venue that recently has been a showcase for green cars.
Three years ago, Amazon.com Inc created a summer shopping holiday out of thin air for its most loyal customers. That airspace is considerably more crowded today as its rivals jockey to grab deal-hungry online shoppers.
Airlines will likely suffer more disruptions like the one that grounded about 2,000 Delta flights this week because major carriers have not invested enough to overhaul reservations systems based on technology dating to the 1960s.
A magnetic robot resembling a mini quad bike and a four metre snake-like machine are among the new tools that Norway, Europe's second-largest gas exporter after Russia, says will help cut maintenance time at its gas plants and keep supplies flowing.