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    E: What position will the employer take on the eve of the reforms that they want to make to the Bank of Mexico Law? JMM: We have seen that in countries where the Central Bank depends on the federal executive there are problems at the macroeconomic level. We can almost say that the economic stability of our country was achieved once the Bank of Mexico obtained its autonomy and independence. So we will defend the independence of the Bank of Mexico for the good of our country. E: And what about the Federal Labor Law on subcontracting? JMM: We are in dialogue with the Ministry of Labor so that subcontracting is maintained. This figure gives flexibility to companies and competitiveness to the country. We support that workers’ rights are respected and that companies that violate the law are punished. There is dialogue, there is still no agreement. E: The latest government decisions, especially in energy matters, have affected the legal certainty of the country. Now, it seeks to eliminate the autonomy of regulatory bodies, what consequences...
    The OETEC Energy Observatory celebrated the appointment of the national deputy Pablo Gonzalez as the new president of the national-flag oil company, after the confirmation of the departure of William Nielsen, which will materialize in the coming days. « In front of YPF We need people who know the field, who understand the strategic role of this company, who re-impel it from production, and who conceives it aligned with the country’s energy interests ”, he said. Bethlehem Ennis, director of the aforementioned Observatory. Likewise, they described Guillermo Nielsen’s as « erratic management ». « We Argentines do not need a YPF that functions as if it were a purely private company. We have 51% of the share package and the leadership of the flagship oil company. It is the energy interests of the 45 million compatriots that must guide it, ”Ennis said. In the same vein, he added: « It is clear that the economist Nielsen was not the right person to guide YPF under these parameters. » For this reason, « we celebrate the appointment of González as its new president, someone who knows the sector...
    During a Thursday appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” Rep. August Pfluger (R-TX) weighed in on President Joe Biden signing 17 executive orders his first day in office. The orders included withdrawing the permits for the Keystone XL oil pipeline and rejoining the Paris climate accord. Host Maria Bartiromo asked Pfluger how Biden’s policy on climate affects the energy sector. Pfluger said Biden’s energy policy is “extremely concerning. He argued the administration is “taking action to try and undermine the energy business.” “This is so important,” Pfluger emphasized. “I mean, it affects my district directly, especially considering we have the Permian Basin which produces 40% of the country’s oil. Energy security is national security. I was the first freshman to introduce a bill, legislation, and it was aimed at preventing the Biden administration from placing a moratorium on federal lands. We already see that on day one he’s taking action to try and undermine the energy business. And the fact that we are the number one producer in the world and that we provide affordable, reliable energy —...
    Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel accused Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden of "lying to the American people" regarding his energy policies, specifically regarding fracking and the oil industry. Biden raised eyebrows during last week's presidential debate when he said he would "transition" away from oil, then claimed during a series of interviews with local Pennsylvania news outlets that he is not planning any drastic measures. BIDEN GRILLED ON 'TRANSITION' AWAY FROM OIL AND GAS COMMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA TV INTERVIEWS "Joe Biden is saying whatever it takes and he's lying to the American people," McDaniel told "Fox News Sunday," pointing to Biden's inconsistent messaging when it comes to fracking. Biden has regularly said that he only intends on banning new fracking on federal lands, but during a 2019 Democratic primary debate, he said "we would make sure it's eliminated and no more subsidies for ... any fossil fuel." "When he's in Pennsylvania he's for fracking," McDaniel said. "When he's outside of Pennsylvania he's against fracking." McDaniel claimed that Biden was intentionally equivocating on issues, including his stance on court packing....
    Sudan is a net importer of energy. The government of Sudan targets to meet the country’s energy demand inside the country only, which is likely to drive the Sudani power market. However, the lack of foreign as well as domestic investments in the power sector is expected to restrain the Sudani power market. New York, Aug. 31, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Sudan Power Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2020 – 2025)” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05948951/?utm_source=GNW – The hydro power segment, due to its highest energy generating capacity in the country, held a significant market in 2018 and is likely to dominate the Sudani power market. – Sudan has announced to build four nuclear power plants by 2030 to fill its energy gap. This is likely to create several opportunities in the Sudani power market in the future. – The increasing installation of renewable energy sources to meet energy requirements in the country is likely to drive the Sudani power market, during the forecast period. Key Market Trends Hydro Power to Dominate the...
    The United Arab Emirates made history when it started up the Arab world’s first nuclear power plant. The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation announced on Saturday that the initial unit of the Barakah nuclear power plant in Abu Dhabi has been loaded with nuclear fuel and fired up, a major milestone in the yearslong process of the UAE harnessing nuclear energy. The news from the UAE is likely to rattle some of its regional neighbors, including Iran, which is hostile toward the emirates and has been heavily sanctioned by the United States for its own nuclear program. The UAE is cozy with Saudi Arabia, which has been fighting a war against the Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen, further complicating the spider web of regional ties. In this undated photograph released by the United Arab Emirates' state-run WAM news agency, the under-construction Barakah nuclear power plant is seen in Abu Dhabi's Western desert. (Arun Girija/Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation via AP) Qatar, a small peninsular country of some 2.6 million people, has also expressed concerns about the...
    (Bloomberg) – As Europe prepares for a multi-billion dollar bombardment to cut greenhouse gas emissions, there is a race to take advantage of the country’s green transformation with the region’s most polluting power plant. Poland, which currently relies on coal for more than 70% of its electricity generation, is stepping up efforts to replace dirty fuel with renewable energy. As the country finalizes its 2040 energy policy, some of the world’s leading renewable energy players seek to capture a share of the market. “Poland is more active than any market I have seen since working in renewable energy,” said Gary Bills, regional director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at energy consultancy K2 Management. “There is great interest in offshore wind energy.” The policy marks a drastic change for Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party, which went from opponent of wind farms to incentive, amid the vertiginous cost of renewable energy and criticism of the most polluted air on the continent. The change in government also occurs when the European Commission proposes to link its economic stimulus program of...
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