“Something’s wrong now, Mr. Trudeau. My heat and hydro now cost me more than my mortgage,” she said. “I now not only work 75 hours a week, I stay and work 15 hours a day just so I don’t lose my home.”
“I make almost $50,000 a year, Mr. Trudeau, and I’m living in energy poverty. Please tell me how you are going to fix that.”
She should be complaining that she only earns 50K a year while working illegally long hours, but instead she complains her bills are too high
The head of ExxonMobil and Russian energy officials are scheduled to meet Wednesday to discuss their energy partnership, which stalled last fall amid U.S. sanctions against Moscow. The talk will focus on the Exxon-led development of Russia’s Arctic oil and gas fields, according to media reports.
Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson and Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak will sit down in Moscow late on Wednesday local time, a Russian energy ministry spokeswoman confirmed to media outlets.
Tillerson in Russia – 03-18-2015
ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson is traveling to Russia this week to meet with Russian officials ostensibly about the supermajor’s operations in the country in lieu of the ongoing Western sanctions imposed on Russia over its actions in Ukraine.
Tillerson in Russian – Oilpro- 2015
“We don’t take sides in any geopolitical events,” Tillerson said of the conflict in Ukraine in a meeting with reporters a year ago. “We have navigated these kinds of challenges before.”
The company’s fourth-quarter output tumbled to a 15-year low, and its shares lost 8.7 percent of their value in 2014, the steepest annual decline since 2009.
The U.S. oil explorer’s willingness to expand in Russia when western governments are working to isolate President Putin’s regime may indicate it expects sanctions to be short-lived, said Timothy Ash, chief economist for emerging markets at Standard Bank Plc in London.
Tillerson aligning with Russia over Ukraine – 20-03-2015
Trump’s popularity soars in his first weeks in office as an energized Republican Congress passes a huge fiscal stimulus.
This is likely, tiny checks for most, big checks for others, no real improvement in the economy
“He wishes me well, too, in my campaign, and he said that, well, we are doing it as a sovereign nation, the right way,” Mr. Duterte said.
What’s to Stop Donald Trump from going on Twitter and saying “Take ‘em out” … literally nothing.
Every morning in the Philippines, a handful of bodies are found littering the streets. Their faces are often covered in black plastic tape. Sometimes there are signs of torture. Usually, they have been shot in the head. Few bother police – they are usually suspected of being responsible.
This is a lead line into a story about a country that embraced “The Good old Days” that never really existed anywhere but in the minds of violent misanthropes. Now though….