first_imgHome Energy Clinton adviser declines to Discuss Reversing Ethanol Mandate  Clinton adviser declines to Discuss Reversing Ethanol Mandate  By Gary Truitt – Jul 28, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s energy adviser refused Wednesday to discuss reforming the nation’s ethanol mandate, after a former Obama adviser said reforms would be advisable under a new Democratic administration. “I’ll take a pass,” Trevor Houser said during a Politico energy forum held on the sidelines of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Previous articleNorth American Farmers Increasing Rye Plantings on Higher Whiskey SalesNext articleMore Proof Cover Crops Boost Yields Gary Truitt SHAREcenter_img Facebook Twitter Houser’s response followed a recommendation by President Obama’s former climate and energy adviser, Heather Zichal, on how a new Democratic administration should act to fix what she admitted was a broken Environmental Protection Agency Renewable Fuel Standard.Houser was asked by the forum’s moderator to respond to Zichal’s comments, which he declined. Facebook Twitter SHARElast_img read more

first_imgEdin Dzeko, made a transfer from Wolfsburg to Manchester City in season 2010/2011, and the transfer amounted to 37 million euros.In the recent transfer the Chinese Super League teams dominated, but the transition of Oscar from Chelsea to Shanghai SIPG become the largest winter transfer ever. The Chinese paid 60 million euros for Brazilian.On the second place, there is a transfer of Fernando Torres in the same period when Dzeko arrived in England. Chelsea paid 58.5 million euros to Liverpool for the services of Spanish.The third most expensive transfer in the last winter was the transfer of Alex Teixeira from Shakhtar in JS Suning which amounted to 50 million euros.More expensive transfers than Dzeko’s to Manchester City were: transfer of Juan Mata from Chelsea to Manchester United (44.73 million – 2013/14.), Jackson Martinez from Atletico Madrid to Guangzhou Evergrande (42 million – 2015/16.), Andy Carroll from Newcastle to Liverpool (41 million – 2010/11.), Lucas Moura from Sao Paulo to PSG (40 million – 2012/13.) and Julian Draxler from Wolfsburg to PSG (40 million – 2016/17. ).(Source: klix)last_img read more

first_imgParis, France | AFP |Olivier Giroud scored two goals and set up another as the Euro 2016 hosts France thrashed Iceland 5-2 on Sunday to set up a semi-final clash against world champions Germany.Giroud fired France ahead after just 12 minutes at a rain-drenched Stade de France with Paul Pogba then heading in his first goal of the tournament to double the hosts’ lead.Dimitri Payet struck two minutes before half-time to put France in complete control and Antoine Griezmann raced clear to add a fourth to round out France’s first-half blitz.Iceland, who beat England 2-1 to reach the last eight, put on another never-say-die performance. Kolbeinn Sigthorsson and Birkir Bjarnason grabbed second-half consolation goals either side of Giroud’s second.France end Iceland’s remarkable run to reach #EURO2016 semi-finals.#FRAISL— UEFA EURO 2016 (@UEFAEURO) July 3, 2016 Half time Antoine Griezmann scored his tournament-leading fourth goal as France raced into a 4-0 half-time lead against Iceland in Sunday’s Euro 2016 quarter-final.Olivier Giroud drilled home a 12th-minute opener for the hosts before Paul Pogba powered in a header eight minutes later for his first goal of the competition.Dimitri Payet struck France’s third on 43 minutes with Griezmann then bursting clear to add a fourth on the stroke of half-time.Ruthless France storm into a 4-0 half-time lead.#EURO2016 #FRAISL— UEFA EURO 2016 (@UEFAEURO) July 3, 2016 The #EURO2016 semi-final lineup is complete!Who will contest the final?— UEFA EURO 2016 (@UEFAEURO) July 3, 2016 Dream start for France, two up inside 20 minutes. Can #ISL dig deep to respond?— UEFA EURO 2016 (@UEFAEURO) July 3, 2016 Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2last_img read more