Friday, February, 15, 2019 12:01:07

Contribution By Pankaj Singh


Oil magnate Chevron becomes the first U.S. firm to exit the NCS

Multinational energy company Chevron will now officially be the first oil firm to take a hike from the NCS (Norwegian continental shelf). As per a government letter, the company has seemingly transferred its last stake via an exploration license, according to a government letter. Sources …

Greenpeace dubs Coke, Pepsi & Nestle as key plastic pollution makers

Environmental group Greenpeace indicates that beverage companies PepsiCo, Coca Cola and Nestle are the biggest producers of plastic trash in the world. Greenpeace said the world’s largest soft drink maker, Coca-Cola, was the leading waste producer with the company’s branded plastic waste spotted in 40 …

Google to drops out of Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud contract

Alphabet Inc.’s Google has recently decided to drop out of a bidding war against Amazon and other cloud computing companies for Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud computing contract, as the project may clash with its corporate principles. Sources suggest that the project, the Pentagon’s cloud contract, known as …

Virgin Atlantic makes first recycled fuel-powered commercial flight

Renowned UK-based international airline, Virgin Atlantic has confirmed the successful voyage of its first commercial flight which was powered using recycled fuel. Reports cite, the recycled fuel was made from waste carbon emissions extracted from a steel mill. The maiden recycled fuel flight, a Virgin …