Sun.Jan 24, 2021

US designates Graphite One Project as “High-Priority Infrastructure Project”

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Canada-based Graphite One Inc. announced that it received notice on 15 January 2021 that its Alaska-based Graphite Creek Project has been designated a High-Priority Infrastructure Project (HPIP) by the US Government’s Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Committee (FPISC).

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Electric DeLorean "time machine" revival now a possibility with replica rule

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Back to the Future is, beyond the movie itself, probably the best phrase to describe the potential revival of DeLorean DMC-12 as an all-electric replica.

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Siem Aristotle joins sister ship as the world’s two largest LNG-powered car carriers

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Siem Car Carriers’s (SCC’s) Aristotle , the second of two LNG-fueled PCTC (pure car, truck carrier) ships in the SCC fleet (the other is the Confucius ), is on her maiden voyage from Emden, Germany to North America. The ship’s first bunkering took on more than 800MT of LNG fuel.

Boeing commits to deliver commercial airplanes ready to fly on 100% sustainable fuels by 2030

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Boeing is committing that its commercial airplanes are capable and certified to fly on 100% sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) by 2030. Boeing has previously conducted successful test flights replacing petroleum jet fuel with 100% sustainable fuels. Today, sustainable aviation fuels are mixed directly with conventional jet fuel in up to a 50/50 blend—the maximum allowed under current fuel specifications.

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Shin-Etsu Chemical develops silicone thermal interface materials for applications in electric and hybrid-electric vehicles

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Shin-Etsu Chemical has developed innovative silicone thermal interface materials for applications in electric vehicles (EV) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEV). With the electrification of automobiles, the demand for heat dissipation measures for lithium-ion batteries and for various other electronic control systems are increasingly becoming more sophisticated and diversified.