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The shortage of oil is inevitable, and the price of oil may rise to $100 in the event of a cold winter this year.
The original title: oil shortage is inevitable. If the oil price rises to $100 on October 26th in a cold winter this year, market analyst Tsvetana Paraskova wrote that the global oil shortage is inevitable. Despite the pressure on oil and gas companies to cut production, the global thirst for new supplies will only grow. If investment does not increase significantly, the demand for oil and gas will exceed supply in the near future. Bank of America Corporation said that if the temperature this winter is much lower than expected, oil prices could hit $100 a barrel sooner. According to current trends, oil supply may peak before demand.
Musk: starship's first orbital stack will be ready to fly in a few weeks.
Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX, said on Saturday that the first orbital stack of the Starship rocket would be ready in the coming weeks, taking the unconventional billionaire a step closer to his dream of orbital and interstellar travel. In May, SpaceX successfully landed its Starship prototype SN15, a reusable heavy carrier rocket capable of sending astronauts and large cargo payloads to the moon and Mars. The landing was successful after four prototype landing attempts ended in an explosion. Musk wrote on social media: "Starcraft
Virgin Galactic Sister Virgin orbit will launch its third satellite in the fourth quarter of 2021
As Richard Branson's Virgin Galaxy paves the way for space tourism, its sister company, Virgin orbit (Virgin Orbit), is trying to dominate the satellite sector by offering the most efficient price possible at the lowest cost. Taylor Grinnell, Virgin Orbital's new vice president for flight and launch activities, said the satellite launch market was growing at an "unprecedented rate". Grinnell joined Virgin orbit after 12 years at Elon Musk's rival SpaceX, where he was promoted from launch engineer to head of launch and recycling operations. Virgin rail co., Ltd.
Transair, the air cargo company that forced the landing of Boeing Co's plane in Hawaii, was grounded.
The grounded decision had nothing to do with the investigation into the forced landing of a Boeing 737 on July 2. On July 2, local time, a Boeing Co cargo plane of Transair cargo Airlines failed its engine and made a forced landing in the waters of Hawaii, seriously injuring two pilots. The Boeing 737-200 plane flew from Honolulu, the capital of Oahu, Hawaii, to Maui in the same state in the early morning. The FAA said the pilot reported engine failure and tried to fly back to Honolulu before making a forced landing at sea. Two pilots were rescued by the Coast Guard. Investigators are concerned about the safety of the company before the accident
Amazon's advertising revenue is 2.4 times that of Twitter, Snap and other platforms combined.
According to a recent study by Loop Capital, an American investment bank, Amazon's online advertising business is growing rapidly. Advertising revenue is already 2.4 times that of Internet companies such as Snap, Twitter, Roku and Pinterest combined, and the growth rate is 1.4 times that of these companies. Research shows that Amazon has generated a total of $22.4 billion in online advertising revenue in the past 12 months, a year-on-year growth rate of 65 per cent. While several other medium-sized Internet platforms Snap (chat service)
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