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first_imgZurich Insurance pulls out of Trans Mountain pipeline project FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:Insurer Zurich has decided not to renew cover for the Canadian government’s Trans Mountain oil pipeline, said a spokeswoman for the project, which is opposed by environmental campaigners and some indigenous groups.All financial services companies are under pressure from environmental campaigners to cease doing business with the fossil fuel industry.A planned expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline, which ships oil to British Columbia from Canada’s main oil-producing province of Alberta, has also drawn ire from some First Nations leaders anxious about the impact on their communities.Trans Mountain said it has the insurance it needs for its existing operations and the “expansion project”. “There remains adequate capacity in the market to meet Trans Mountain’s insurance needs and our renewal,” the spokeswoman said in an emailed statement.The Trans Mountain pipeline’s annual liability insurance contract, dated August 2019 but filed with the Canada Energy Regulator on April 30, 2020, had shown Zurich was the lead insurer for the pipeline. The insurance, which provides $508 million of cover, runs to August 2020, the filing showed.Zurich was the sole insurer for the first $8 million of potential insurance payouts and the company provided a total of $300 million in cover with other insurers, the 2019/20 energy regulatory filing showed.[Noor Zainab Hussain, Carolyn Cohn, Rod Nickel and Suzanne Barlyn]More: Zurich Insurance drops cover for Trans Mountain oil pipelinelast_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York This beautiful, spacious home boasting an open floor plan with sliders to a private backyard with an in-ground heated pool and waterfall is listed for sale at 1635 Edro Ct. in East Meadow.Built in 1956, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom Cape with 1,850-square-feet of living space, hardwood floors and updated bathrooms is dubbed an entertainer’s delight.It comes equipped with an eat-in granite kitchen with a Sub-Zero fridge, living room/dining room combo and a fully finished basement with an office and entertainment room.Outside it has an attached one-car garage, a front porch, rear patio and deck overlooking the professionally landscaped and perfectly manicured lawn.The property is within walking distance of Eisenhower Park and nearby Nassau Coliseum and Museum Row. It is close to the Meadowbrook State Parkway and two miles from the Westbury Long Island Rail Road station. It’s in the East Meadow School District.The asking price is $599,000, not including $8,540 in annual property taxes. The star exemption brings that down to $7,303.An open house is scheduled for 12 to 2 p.m. Sunday, May 20.The real estate agent listed for the property is Elise Molloy of Coach Realtors of Willistons. She can be reached at 516-248-9494.last_img read more

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first_imgSTOCKHOLM (AP) — Protected by a light but visible presence of armed police officers, fans of Manchester United and Ajax were arriving for the Europa League final and facing two rings of security to get into the Friends Arena in Stockholm on Wednesday.The game is being played less than two days after a bomb attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester killed 22 people, and six weeks after a truck attack in central Stockholm that killed five people.UEFA said it had “no specific intelligence” that the final could be a target for terrorists, but Swedish authorities were mounting one of the country’s biggest security operations around Stockholm. About 1,000 police officers have been deployed at the stadium, some holding automatic weapons.Supporters had to show their tickets at the first checkpoint to gain access to the concourse surrounding the stadium. They then faced pat-downs and bag searches at a second checkpoint.“It’s not too overbearing, but you feel secure as well,” United fan Pete Temple, a 31-year-old telecommunications worker from Derry, Northern Ireland, told The Associated Press outside the stadium. “It’s a good mix. I think they’ve got it spot on tonight.”The atmosphere was calm ahead of the game. At one stage, Ajax and United supporters, gathered outside a bar near the concourse, combined to sing, “Don’t worry about a thing, ’cause every little thing gonna be all right” — a line from Bob Marley’s song, Three Little Birds.Police officers sit in the Fan Zone in Stockholm, Tuesday May 23, 2017, a day ahead of the Europa League soccer final between Ajax Amsterdam and Manchester United. (Fredrik Sandberg/TT via AP)One flag, hung outside a bar in the city center filled with United fans, displayed the words: “United against terrorism. Lest we forget 22.05.17” — the date of Monday’s suicide bombing.It summed up the feelings of defiance among fans.“Terrorists, that’s their goal, to bring fear into people,” said Ante Simunic, a 39-year-old plumber from Melbourne, Australia. “My only way to fight against it is to not fear, live your life. They’re not taking it away from us.”There will be a minute’s silence before the game in honor of the victims of the Manchester attack, and both teams will wear black armbands as a mark of respect.“I think if we can win — not just as a United fan but the whole of the city — it will be uplifting,” said 40-year-old IT worker Haroon Latif, who flew in from Manchester for the game early Wednesday with his 9-year-old son, Haris.“We can go back with a bit of silverware to cheer people up. (Manchester) City fans, Liverpool fans, Everton fans — it will bring everyone together from a northwest perspective.”STEVE DOUGLAS, AP Sports WriterTweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more