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SAF company DG Fuels closes investments with two Japanese companies

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DG Fuels, LLC (DGF), a developer of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) facilities ( earlier post ), announced the successful closing of investment transactions with two Japanese companies. With the investments in DGF made by aviner & co., Chishima Real Estate Co.,

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Canada orders three Chinese companies to divest from Canadian critical minerals companies

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The Government of Canada has ordered the divestiture of the following investments by three Chinese companies in Canadian critical mineral companies: Sinomine (Hong Kong) Rare Metals Resources Co., Power Metals Corp is a Canadaian mining company exploring and developing cesium, lithium and tantalum assets in Canada.

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Chinese company reportedly seeks to invest $10B in Afghanistan’s lithium mining sector

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According to the Afghanistan Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, China-based Gochin Company company seeks to invest US$10 billion in Afghanistan’s lithium mining sector.

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The Boring Company has given rides to 2 million passengers

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Elon Musk’s The Boring Company has reached a milestone of giving rides to two million passengers in its first Las Vegas loop, just a little over a year after it surpassed one million. The Boring Company announced the news on X on Friday after it surpassed one million passengers in its underground loop in Las Vegas, Nevada, last March.

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Faurecia and Accenture partner on products and services for connected and autonomous vehicles

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Toyota US boss says company is ‘catching up’ on electric vehicles

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Although Toyota’s US boss, Ted Ogawa, admits it’s behind Tesla, he believes the company is “catching up” on electric vehicles and new tech. Is Toyota catching up in the US electric vehicle market?

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Tesla sues Indian company using its namesake for promotion

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Tesla has sued an Indian company called Tesla Power for using its namesake for promotion. Tesla sent the Indian company a cease-and-desist notice in April 2022, but it continued to push its products under the name and argues that it should be allowed to use the label because it has no intentions of making electric vehicles, Reuters reports.

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ExxonMobil announces 6th oil discovery offshore Guyana with Ranger-1; Guyana may move from non-producer to regional powerhouse

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