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Mexico's Pemex begins supplementing ethane stocks with US imports

Mexico’s first cargo of US-sourced ethane arrived Friday in Coatzacoalcos in Veracruz state, as state-owned Pemex seeks to boost its supply of the petrochemical feedstock, sources said. The Vitol-chartered Bow Guardian departed Enterprise Products Partners’ Morgan’s Point, Texas, export terminal Tuesday. The 10,300-mt ethylene carrier can load up to 75,000 …

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Groups sue to block construction of Louisiana oil

(AP) Environmental groups have sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in a bid to block construction of a 162-mile-long (261-kilometer) crude oil pipeline across south Louisiana, including through the environmentally fragile Atchafalaya (uh-CHAF-uh-LIE-uh) Basin river swamp.The federal lawsuit filed Thursday claims the Corps violated the Clean Water Act and …

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الروهينجا يخوضون معركة ضد «الدفتيريا» في مخيمات بنجلادش

أوخيا، بنجلادش (أ ف ب) اعتقد محمد حسين أولا أن ابنه يعاني من التهاب غير خطير في الحلق كغيره من الأطفال في مخيمات اللاجئين الروهينجا في بنجلادش، لكن عندما نقله إلى مستشفى ميداني، كان ينتظره نبأ سيئ. وقال الرجل الذي وضع قناعاً طبياً واقياً على وجهه في وحدة العزل في …

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