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The worst is yet to come for cyberattacks

The worst is yet to come for cyberattacks

Without new regulations, cyberattacks will just get more disruptive It seems like every other day cybercriminals go after a new industry and disrupt people’s lives. This time, it’s a ransomware attack that took out the servers of the world’s largest meat producer JBS, halting production at a number of facilities in

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AISI Comments on CRU Steel Industry Study

AISI Comments on CRU Steel Industry Study

Kevin Dempsey, president and CEO of the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), today issued the following statement in response to the release of a study by CRU International that was commissioned by the Climate Leadership Council (CLC), entitled “Leveraging a Carbon Advantage: Impact of a Border Carbon Adjustment and

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Departure of U.S. oilfield service firms could help margins return

Departure of U.S. oilfield service firms could help margins return

Small U.S. oilfield service companies are selling equipment and shutting their doors as business activity shrank last year and contract prices have remained below profitable levels despite oil-price gains. The companies that provide equipment and services to the shale oil industry were among the hardest hit after the coronavirus pandemic

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Preston Pipe Report – May 2021

(by Paul Vivian and Rick Preckel, www.prestonpipe.com) Market Monitor – According to the US EIA there are about 14 new natural gas pipeline projects in

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