Tullow Oil Plc (TLW.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2010 interim results for the half year.For more information about Tullow Oil Plc (TLW.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Tullow Oil Plc (TLW.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Tullow Oil Plc (TLW.gh) 2010 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileTullow Oil Plc is the largest independent oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in Africa, Europe, South Asia and South America. The company has a portfolio of over 120 licenses spanning 22 countries; including multi-well operations in Ghana and Uganda. Tullow Oil Plc was founded by Aidan Heavey in 1985 in Ireland as a gas exploration business operating in Senegal. Acquisitions of BP’s North Sea Gas Fields in 2000, Energy Africa in 2004 and Hardman Resources in 2007 greatly enhanced the Group’s operations in Africa and Mauritania and added high-impact exploration licenses in South America. The company head office is in London, United Kingdom. Tullow Oil Plc is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
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With both a high street and travel business, its revenues have fallen sharply as both markets have been hit in 2020. But I expect demand to return. So I see the current price as good value.As commuters start to travel again, I also see value in some transport companies. For example, Go-Ahead has both a bus and train network. A vaccine will help passenger numbers recover. The shares have risen sharply but remain at less than half of what they were earlier this year. However, the company looks in good shape, announcing last week it plans to restart dividends. With bus operator Stagecoach set to announce interim results this Wednesday, I will look closely at how their recovery is progressing. I continue to see upside potential in this holding of mine.I’d buy resilient retailersThe recent collapses of Arcadia and Debenhams underline how brutal the retail environment is at the moment. But some retailers have proven their resilience by weathering the storm well. 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The Pentagon announced July 16 that Carrier Strike Group 3, including the USS John Stennis shown above, was to be rushed to the Middle East several months early. There are already two carrier groups in the area.The assassination of four of Syria’s top government officials, including the deputy head of Syria’s armed forces and the defense minister, has hiked the level of the civil war in that country. The lethal explosion on July 18 preceded a weekend exchange of heavy weapons fire between the Syrian army and opposition units in neighborhoods of Damascus, and also in Syria’s largest city, Aleppo. A major battle for the fate of Syria has begun.That the European Union and the United States openly side with the opposition “Free Syrian Army” has made it crystal clear that world imperialism has thrown its weight behind those forces that want to overthrow the government of President Bashar al-Assad.The Western powers, with the aid of the most reactionary regional states, are arming, funding, training and giving propaganda and diplomatic aid to the most reactionary of the many elements in the Syrian uprising.“World imperialism” means essentially Japan and the West European and North American NATO countries. U.S. imperialism is its center, with the Pentagon holding a near monopoly on military power and Wall Street still dominant in finance. These countries colonized the world until the mid-20th century and still control finance, high-technology, information and advanced weapons.What the NATO powers have aimed at since the defeat of the Soviet Union in 1991 is to reconquer the former colonial territories and peoples. This means that — despite all the lip service imperialist spokespeople pay to “democracy” and “human rights” — they are really aiming at intervention to seize resources and strategic bases and to remove governments that show any independence, of which Syria’s is one.U.S. government spokespeople and the dominant corporate media have both waged a campaign over the past 15 months to misrepresent the Syrian opposition as a popular, pro-democracy uprising. Anyone deceived by these lies should ask why the NATO exploiters would support any kind of really democratic and popular uprising. They didn’t do it in Tunisia or Egypt; they still don’t in Bahrain or Jordan or Morocco or Yemen or Saudi Arabia.Why imperialists back ‘revolution’On July 23, less than a week after the terrorist attack in Damascus that killed four leading security officials in Syria’s government, the European Union increased sanctions against Assad’s supporters. The FSA publicly took credit for the attack, although who was really behind it is still unclear.Nevertheless, the EU froze the assets of 26 more people connected not with the FSA but with Syria’s government and took steps to stop European companies from doing business with three more entities in Syria. “It brings the total number of people subject to E.U. measures to 155, with 52 entities now affected by an asset freeze.” (New York Times, July 23)The support is not limited to economic pressure. A British newspaper on July 22 reported the following: “The Daily Mail can reveal some rebels inside Damascus have been trained by former SAS [Special Air Service, a corps of the British army] soldiers working for teams of private security contractors from two companies based in the Middle East.”The heavy fighting in Aleppo and Damascus has caused the exodus of at least 30,000 Syrians, mainly to Lebanon. The Iraqi government has even invited the million-plus Iraqis who were given shelter in Syria to return — something that is dangerous for those who opposed the government and the U.S. occupation there.U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, speaking in Tokyo on July 8, already threatened the Assad government: “There is no doubt that the opposition is getting more effective in their defence of themselves and in going on the offence against the Syrian military and the Syrian government’s militias. So, the future … should be abundantly clear to those who support the Assad regime. The sand is running out of the hour glass.”(Reuters, July 8)An article in the Guardian on July 12 by Charlie Skelton showed how many of the leaders of the main opposition Syrian National Council located outside Syria have been groomed, trained and built up by U.S. government agencies or imperialist think tanks. That means that even if the SNC or any parts of the Syrian uprising had legitimate roots in the population, its leadership is completely captive of the imperialists.It is instructive that the British-Pakistani anti-imperialist, Tariq Ali, who is himself an opponent of the Assad government and wants to see it replaced, now says, according to an introduction to his comments on video, that we are witnessing in Syria a new form of recolonization by the West, like we have already seen in Iraq and in Libya, and that the opposition leadership is now “composed of sundry Syrians who work for the Western intelligence agencies.”UNAC opposes imperialism in SyriaThe most important of anti-war umbrella groups in the U.S., the United National Antiwar Coalition, has taken a position opposing “any military, economic, diplomatic, or covert intervention aimed at controlling the internal affairs of Syria or any other country.”In an emailed statement on July 9, UNAC wrote: “The U.S. government’s goals in Syria are to gain dominance in a part of the world that holds the vast majority of the known oil reserves and to gain strategic advantage as it seeks to isolate and contain competitors like Russia and China. The U.S. has no interest in democracy or the humanitarian well-being of a country’s peoples anywhere in the world, especially in areas where the U.S. has economic or strategic interests.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Download the 12-page PDF.Elections sharpen anti-racist struggleOnly fightback will stop racism, police terrorFree Ant Smith — Drop the bogus charges now!Editorial:Count all the votes!ALSO:Pandemic inequalities;Boston workers win on safety;COVID‐19 book censored.Confronting police brutalityBlack mother assaulted in Philly;Outrage over Wallace murder;Injustice Dept. drops Tamir Rice case;Mentally ill people targeted.WORLD:Jeremy Corbyn under attack;Portuguese Marxist view.TEAR DOWN THE WALLS:Hunger strikers from Palestine to Pennsylvania;Indigenous win in SCOTUS;Texas vs. Melissa;Hands off Jalil Muntaqim!Prison, COVID & disabilities.Download the 12-page PDF.More PDF back-issues here.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
An individual with sleep apnea has one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breathing during sleep, according to the National Health Institute. It may leave a sufferer feeling fatigued.The NTSB has not completed a final report but is currently hosting a board conference that you can watch online via their website. See this weekend’s hudsonreporter.com for more information. HOBOKEN — According to a tweet from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) “The probable cause of both Hoboken, N.J. and Brooklyn, N.Y. train accidents (in 2016 and 2017 respectively) was “fatigue as the result of undiagnosed severe obstructive sleep apnea.”The Hoboken train crash occurred the morning of Sept. 29, 2016 in which a commuter train travelling twice the speed limit on the Pascack Valley line plowed through the concrete at the Hoboken Terminal, killing local mom Fabiola Bittar de Kroon — who was hit by debris as shewalked nearby — and injuring over 100 other people. Since the crash, the train engineer, Thomas Gallagher, has been diagnosed with sleep apnea and state officials have pushed for Positive Train Control to be installed, automatic controls that would slow a train entering the station.
The owner of a bakery infested with flour beetles and covered in mud has been fined £3,700 for breaching food hygiene laws.Maxime Barrowcliffe of the Village Bakery, Magdalen Road, Exeter, was also ordered to pay £1,097 costs by Cullompton Magistrates Court.n Gent’s pie shop and bakery in Standish, Lancashire, has warned that parking restrictions outside its premises may force it to close. Malcolm Gent said Wigan council’s decision to install double yellow lines would put off customers and damage local business.n The HGCA is to hold a Grain Market Outlook conference, on 9 October in London, exploring global and domestic markets and assessing what is to be expected in the coming months, as well as tackling the impact of EU policy, biofuels and climate change. “Recent events have highlighted the important place that the cereals sector holds, in terms of both human food and animal feed,” said Alastair Dickie, HGCA’s director of crop marketing.n Morrisons is launching Halloween cakes and biscuits free from artificial colours and hydrogenated fats. Products include gingerbread and shortbread bats, scary fairy cakes with different Halloween designs, including ghosts and skeletons, and Morrisons’ Halloween mini muffins.n The Organic Trade Group, whose members include Waitrose, has accused the Food Standards Agency of failing to consult properly over new guidance for parents on the side-effects of E-numbers. A letter sent to FSA chairwoman Dame Deirdre Hutton said the FSA was not making full information available to parents.
View Comments Come on get happy! A new musical from Allegiance scribe Marc Acito about Judy Garland, Chasing Rainbows: The Road to Oz, is just one of the productions set to bow at Goodspeed next year. Other highlights of the program include A Sign Of The Times, which will feature songs made famous by Petula Clark and other hit-makers of the mid 1960s.An awkward girl with a golden voice blossoms into Judy Garland in Chasing Rainbows: The Road to Oz. The new tuner about the future superstar’s complicated childhood will showcase many of Garland’s standards including “Over the Rainbow” and “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love.” Conceived by Tina Marie Casamento, the production will feature a book by Acito and music adaptation by David Libby; it is set to play September 16, 2016 through November 27 at The Goodspeed at the East Haddam, Connecticut, location.Other stagings slated for the East Haddam venue include Cole Porter’s “de-lovely” musical comedy Anything Goes, which will run from April 8 through June 16, followed by Bye Bye Birdie, which is scheduled to play June 24 through September 4.The Clarke musical, A Sign Of The Times, will play the nearby Terris Theatre in Chester, July 28 through September 4. Set in 1965, the production will feature an original story by Richard Robin and book by Bruce Vilanch, and will follow Cindy from Middle America to the swirl of Manhattan. Earlier that summer, the Terris will play host to The Roar of the Greasepaint—The Smell of the Crowd.And we now have “Downtown” on the brain, so here it is below!
The Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has updated its email fraud guidance to alert financial institutions to trends in reported business email compromise (BEC) fraud.The guidance to “Advisory to Financial Institutions on E-mail Compromise Fraud Schemes” issued by FinCEN on Sept. 6, 2016, provides updated operational definitions for email compromise fraud; information on the targeting of non-business entities and data by BEC schemes; highlights general trends in BEC schemes targeting sectors and jurisdictions; and alerts financial institutions to risks associated with the targeting of vulnerable business processes by BEC criminals.BEC fraud targets accounts of financial institutions or customers of financial institutions.“While the U.S. government and industry are heavily engaged in efforts to prevent email compromise fraud, reported incidents and aggregate attempted fraudulent wire amounts continue to rise,” the report states. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr