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November 15, 2012
Airbus, EADS and ENN make a push for new generation aviation fuels
Zhuhai, China (SPX) Nov 15, 2012
Airbus, EADS Innovation Works and ENN, one of the world's leading Bio-Energy companies based in China, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the China International Air Show in Zhuhai. The partners aim to explore innovative solutions for alternative aviation fuels. The scope of the collaboration includes technical qualification of aviation fuels based on Algae Oil and the promotion of their use for aviation in China, one of the world's fastest growing aviation markets. In phase one, t ... read more
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Foreign experts praise Customs Union
Experts of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development have called the Customs Union of 3 former Soviet states "a successful example of economical integration". The Customs Union is an all ... more

Pull with caution
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What if the nanoworld slides
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EU businesses urge China's new leaders to speed reforms


Bulgaria and Europe depend on Russian energy exports
The signing of the investment agreement on the South Stream gas pipeline, set for November 9, has been put off till next week following the death of Patriarch Maxim of Bulgaria's Orthodox Church. ... more


Chevron's Gorgon project to cost more?
Chevron's massive Gorgon liquefied natural gas project in Australia faces a cost blowout. ... more
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EU grid interconnection program targeted
Likely budget cuts for plans to build east-west energy connections across Europe will hinder EU integration, the effort's backers said this week. ... more

Crude prices jump following Israeli military strike
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Lightning, with a chance of antimatter

Rise in oxygen levels links to ancient explosion of life, researchers find

Polar bears crowd on Russian island in sign of Arctic change

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Ocean acidification harms young mussels

Energy-saving LEDs boost light pollution worldwide


Airbus wins Chinese corporate jet order
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New blow as Toyota recalls 2.77 mn vehicles globally
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Lagarde wants 'real fix, not quick fix' on Greek debt
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Afghan women learn literacy through mobile phones
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Samsung plans no settlement with Apple: executive
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Finnish operator says it has plugged nickel mine leak
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More landmine victims in Myanmar despite curbs on use

New global CO2 emissions record in 2011: institute

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