ACCEB Daily Briefing – Mar 20th


Turkish Energy Minister is expanding Turkey’s energy market in preparation for EU players’ involvement, with Trans Adriatic Pipeline(TAP) and TurkStream pipeline operation visible each by 2019 and 2020.

BP will face a hearing at European Parliament this Thursday over its accountability in climate change.

China’s State Development & Investment Corporation that manages $1.46 billion worth of assets announced it would speed up its exit coal plan.

Britain’s biggest department store operator, John Lewis Partnership, has pledged to cut its emission by one-third by 2028.

Lufthansa Group says it will offset CO2 emissions from all staff air travels and ground operation in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

South African Airline Industry called for a tax exemption for domestic flights.

Samsung SDS introduced on a solution called Deliver that connects Ethereum and Hyperledger, and aims to make it linkable with other blockchain platforms.

US National Pork Board is testing a blockchain platform for pork supply chains.