Covid19 North America 

Tropical Storm Hanna pushes into Mexico; Hawaii braces for Hurricane Douglas

Bringing maximum sustained winds of 85 mph, Hurricane Douglas swirled about 90 miles northwest of Kahului, Hawaii, and about 60 miles northeast of Honolulu, Oahu, the National Hurricane Center said. The NHC indicated that Douglas was moving west-northwest at about 16 mph. That track is expected to continue over the next couple of days. Referring to the storm as a “dangerous hurricane,” the NHC said its forecast indicates “Douglas will pass near Oahu and Kauai tonight.” Though a gradual weakening is expected, Douglas figures to maintain hurricane-force winds on its…

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Oil and Gas Utilities 

Israel to cover up revenue data for sale of gas to Jordan and Egypt

Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) has decided to keep information about gas sales from the Leviathan field to Jordan and Egypt secret, Arab48.com reported on Sunday. This approach is very different from revenue data from the Tamar field, which is run by the same companies. According to economic media outlet The Marker, the decision is related to commercial secrecy. It reported the CBS as saying that it would change its policy regarding the announcement of such details about the Leviathan field. “The claims about commercial secrecy are not logical…

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