Energy / Automotive News Roundup; WTI Crude(October Contract) @ $79.22 +0.37%

London, 24 August, 2023, (Oilandgaspress) :Shell and BP are among 12 oil firms who have been accused of greenwashing over the amount of renewable and low-carbon energy they produce.

Research commissioned by Greenpeace analysed the annual reports of the British fossil fuel giants for 2022, alongside 10 other European companies.
The report compared the amount of renewable electricity generated by the companies (wind, solar, geothermal and hydro) with the amount of energy they provide through their own oil and gas production. Shell and BP generated just 0.02% and 0.17% of energy from renewable sources in 2022 respectively, the analysis claimed.

Meanwhile, the companies’ investment in green energy was a fraction of that in fossil fuels over the year, it found.

For BP, 97% went towards fossil fuels while the company reduced investments in renewable products compared to 2021, while 91% of Shell’s investment went towards fossil fuels, it said. Read More

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has started electric machine production in the United States at its headquarters in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. Production is starting with the company’s newest vehicle, the DD25 Electric Compactor.

As Volvo CE writes, the first models are expected to be delivered later this year, and the company aims to have 35% of its product line fully electric by 2030. However, in the same communication, Volvo also writes that the first units will be shipped out in early 2024, which we have followed up on and will amend once the manufacturer has clarified the delivery launch. Read More

Siemens Mobility and ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways) are digitizing the Austrian rail network to further enhance the attractiveness of public transport. ÖBB is aiming to double the capacity of Austria’s entire rail system by 2040 to cope with increasing passenger numbers. This goal is now a bit closer: The most modern technology for railway operations – the digital European Train Control System ETCS – has now been implemented and commissioned on the 57-kilometer route between Linz and Vöcklabruck. The system controls distances between trains, as well as their direction and speed in real time. This enables the route to carry more passengers and freight, and ensures that the trains run more reliably, punctually, and safely. Read More

Illustration only: Nissan_Leaf_lithium-ion batteries,

JLR electric vehicle batteries still have 70% to 80% capacity when they no longer meet electric car standards and can be reused for storage. By the end of 2023 the company aims to provide enough energy to power 750 homes for a day. Battery storage can be used to hold excess power during off peak times, when there’s a mismatch between supply of electricity (from wind farms, for example), and demand for energy. That power can then be released and fed back into the grid when needed.The batteries will be stored in containers across the Chelveston renewable energy park in Northamptonshire. And there’s scope to grow the programme as more containers can be created to house additional used batteries from vehicles in the future, JLR said. Used batteries could be utilised even further in years to come, JLR added. Used battery supply for energy storage could exceed 200 gigawatt-hours per year by 2030, creating a global value over $30bn (£23.5bn), according to a 2019 McKinsey report. Read More

‘Solar leafs’ outshine panels in UK breakthrough. The new technology eradicates the need for pumps, fans, control units and expensive materials, while also making more clean water and thermal energy. Researchers from Imperial College London have engineered a leaf-like solar design for heightened efficiency.

This photovoltaic leaf (PV-leaf) innovation employs budget-friendly materials, igniting the potential for next-gen renewable solutions.

Experiments reveal PV-leaves generate over 10% extra electricity compared to standard solar panels, which dissipate 70% of solar energy.

Drawing from natural leaf functions, the PV-leaf mimics transpiration – channelling water movement. Employing natural fibres and hydrogels, it removes solar cell heat affordably, the scientific team has said. Read More

During the period from August 14 to August 18, 2023, Eni acquired on the Euronext Milan no 2,830,807 shares, at a weighted average price per share equal to 13.9699, for a total consideration of 39,546,050.61 euro within the authorization to purchase treasury shares approved by the Shareholders’ Meeting on 10 May 2023, previously subject to disclosure pursuant to art. 144-bis of Consob Regulation 11971/1999.

On the basis of the information provided by the intermediary appointed to make the purchases, here below a synthesis of transactions for the purchase of treasury shares on the Euronext Milan on a daily basis: Read More

Vestas has received a 158 MW order to repower three undisclosed projects in the USA. The order consists of 72 V120-2.2 MW turbines for the three projects.
The orders include supply, delivery, and commissioning of the turbines, as well as a 10-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement, designed to ensure optimised performance of the asset.
In the USA, Vestas has repowered more than 1 GW of projects in the last five years across all major turbine brands. Turbine deliveries for each project are expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2023 with commissioning scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2024. The customer and projects are undisclosed. Read More

The Hywind Tampen wind farm was opened today by Crown Prince Haakon of Norway. Gullfaks and Snorre are the first oil and gas fields in the world to receive power from offshore wind, reducing CO2 emissions.The wind farm consists of 11 wind turbines based on the floating Hywind concept, developed by Equinor. Hywind Tampen has a system capacity of 88 MW and is expected to cover about 35 per cent of the annual need for electricity on the five platforms Snorre A and B and Gullfaks A, B and C. The wind farm is managed from Equinor’s office location in Bergen.The investment forecast for the project is now about NOK 7.4 billion. When the plan for development and operation was submitted, the development cost was estimated at about NOK 5 billion. The increase is due to a combination of COVID-related costs, delayed deliveries, quality issues with some deliveries and knock-on effects. In addition, increased market prices, currency effects and supplier compensation for COVID-19 effects have contributed. At the same time, the expected CO2 tax and gas price have increased, which has a positive effect on the project economy.

The project has significant cost improvements compared to the Hywind Scotland floating offshore wind farm, which was the world’s first floating offshore wind farm. Adjusted for price developments since 2016/2017, the investment cost for Hywind Tampen is about 35 percent lower per installed MW. Read More

China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (HKG: 0386, “Sinopec”) has received official certification for the 30.55-billion-cubic-meter proven geological reserve of natural gas discovered in phase-I of its Bazhong gas field, a significant breakthrough of Sinopec’s Project Deep Earth-Sichuan and Chongqing natural gas base that further reveals favorable potential of the tight sandstone in northeast Sichuan, China.The Bazhong gas field is the third Xujiahe Formation tight sandstone gas field discovered by Sinopec in the region. As of now, Sinopec has submitted a total of 154,747 million cubic meters of proven geological reserves of tight sandstone gas in the region.

The sandstone gas reserve with a burial depth of over 4,500 meters is defined as an ultra-deep, tight sandstone gas reservoir, and the burial depth of the Bazhong gas field ranges from 4,550 to 5,225 meters, which is a challenge for exploration and development. Sinopec has innovated three types of high-quality reservoir and permeability development models to clarify natural gas enrichment and high-yield production models, established reservoir prediction technique sequences, and implemented enriched high-yield zones. Read More

Commonwealth LNG announced that it has closed an investment of development capital from private funds managed by Kimmeridge Energy Management Company, LLC (Kimmeridge), an alternative asset management firm focused on the energy sector. This investment completes the development funding required for Commonwealth LNG to reach final investment decision (FID) on its 9.3 million tons per annum (mtpa) LNG export facility in Cameron, Louisiana.

Commonwealth LNG and Kimmeridge have also agreed in principle on terms for a 20-year, 2 mtpa LNG offtake commitment from the facility along with the associated gas supply. The agreement also includes key terms for Kimmeridge’s participation to provide further equity in Commonwealth LNG to support construction of the facility.

“We are delighted to partner with Kimmeridge, a company that is committed to the transition toward a lower carbon future,” said Paul Varello, Executive Chairman and Founder of Commonwealth LNG. “This agreement signifies another major milestone in the project’s development and an alignment with a strategic partner who shares our vision about the future of global energy security.” Read More

Commonwealth LNG announced that it has signed a strategic agreement with Baker Hughes related to Commonwealth LNG’s liquefied natural gas facility under development in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. Baker Hughes will work with Commonwealth LNG on maximizing the project’s output and minimizing emissions through the use of Baker Hughes’ LM9000 aeroderivative gas turbine technology – the most efficient in the 65+ MW power range. The LM9000 equipment order is expected to be granted in conjunction with financial close of the Commonwealth LNG project, which is expected in the first quarter of 2024.

The collaboration will also feature other key Baker Hughes equipment, services and software in support of the project, including its proven compressor technology, spare parts, maintenance services and Cordant Asset Performance Management suite. Commonwealth LNG views its relationship with Baker Hughes as vital to ensuring that Commonwealth LNG commences production in early 2027. Read More

Ofgem has levied a fine of £5.41m on Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc (MSIP) for not recording and retaining electronic communications between January 2018 and March 2020. These communications were made by wholesale energy traders, on privately-owned phones via WhatsApp, which discussed energy market transactions.

It is the first-ever fine issued in Great Britain under legal requirements to record and retain electronic communications relating to trading wholesale energy products.

The rules, which fall under the REMIT Enforcement Regulations – are designed to protect consumers and ensure market transparency and integrity by providing Ofgem the powers to investigate and sanction against market manipulation and insider trading. The breach emerged following MSIP’s responses to information requests made using the information collection powers Ofgem has under the REMIT Enforcement Regulations.

Ofgem found that MSIP had policies in place which prohibited the use of WhatsApp for trading communications – but MSIP did not take sufficient reasonable steps to ensure compliance with its own policies and the requirements of the regulations. MSIP has admitted the breaches between January 2018 and March 2020, and has taken steps to ensure the breaches do not happen again, including enhanced staff training and the strengthening of its internal systems and controls. Read More

Ofgem is seeking input on how to best attract domestic energy users on a journey to becoming flexible energy consumers able to reap the benefits of a net zero energy system. Ofgem has issued a call for input on how best to engage domestic consumers in Demand Side Response (DSR). This concept enables Great Britain’s rising electricity consumption – resulting from growing numbers of electric vehicles (EVs) and electric heating systems – to better match GB’s increasing number of intermittent renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar power. Domestic DSR is a key element in achieving Government plans to decarbonise the energy system by 2035. It is a concept driven by domestic consumers adjusting their consumption in response to the needs and requirements of the energy system and being rewarded through reduced bills.

It’s anticipated there will be many different ways for consumers to engage with Domestic DSR both manually and via automation. The simplest and most common method of engagement is expected to be automated DSR. This could involve consumers who wish to engage in DSR configuring smart devices such as EV charge points and heat pumps with default off-peak time settings, optimising consumption against Time of Use Tariffs and choosing to have a third party manage their participation in flexibility markets. For example, when wind is generating lots of electricity, consumers could take advantage of flexibility by charging an Electric Vehicle (EV) on lower time of use tariff prices. New market reforms and regulations are being developed and implemented to manage the expanding domestic DSR market and ensure consumers and the energy system are protected, both now and in the future. All of this is underpinned by greater digitalisation and decentralisation, which enables better monitoring and response to grid activity, and better use of an increasing number of local grid assets, such as wind and solar farms. Read More

Golar LNG

Golar LNG Limited announces today that it will be hosting a presentation and FLNG Gimi vessel tour at Singapore’s Seatrium Benoi Yard on September 6, 2023 coinciding with Gastech 2023 and ahead of FLNG Gimi’s expected yard departure. Shareholders, analysts and other interested stakeholders are invited to join senior management in Singapore for this unique opportunity to learn more about Golar’s impressive second FLNG vessel ahead of her departure for the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim project. Due to the nature of the event, spaces are strictly limited. Should you wish to attend this invitation only occasion, please send an expression of interest to by August 28, 2023. Travel costs are to be covered by invited guests. Read More

Many oil and gas firms are pursuing operations in new oil regions in the hopes of developing low-carbon oil and gas projects in untapped regions of the world to help them keep pumping crude during a green transition. This has made international oil majors turn to low-income countries in regions such as Africa and the Caribbean to develop new projects, with many of these countries welcoming the potential for huge revenues from their natural resources.

In Africa, previously unheard-of oil powers such as Ghana and Namibia are expecting to see massive oil booms within the next decade, thanks to several successful exploration projects in recent years. And, unlike many of their predecessors that were exploited for their oil wealth, the governments of these countries want their piece of the pie. The government of Namibia is ensuring that it receives a reasonable stake of all new oil licenses, to provide long-term revenues that will boost their national economies and compensate communities affected by the developments. This approach is also being followed by Guyana, which is poised to become the world’s fourth-largest offshore oil producer. Read More

Saudi Aramco has officially terminated the bidding procedure for three offshore contracts that were initially granted to the Houston-based offshore contractor, McDermott International. These contracts, which encompassed engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) responsibilities, amounted to a combined value exceeding $1.8 billion. The contracts were intended to facilitate the extensive expansion of Aramco‘s Zuluf oilfield. The choice to cancel the contracts arises from McDermott’s inability to furnish the essential performance bank guarantees to the Saudi state-owned oil and gas corporation. Read More

Oil and Gas BlendsUnitsOil Price $change
Crude Oil (WTI)USD/bbl$79.21Up
Crude Oil (Brent)USD/bbl$83.50Up
Bonny LightUSD/bbl$85.39Down
Saharan BlendUSD/bbl$83.49Down
Natural GasUSD/MMBtu$2.46Down
OPEC basket 23/08/23USD/bbl$ 85.84Down
At press time 24 August 2023

At Gat | Wat 2023 (Cologne, Germany, 6-7 September), Teledyne Gas & Flame Detection will showcase its latest technology developments for any utilities involved in hydrogen transition projects. From booth E25 in hall 7, the company will highlight the brand new high-performance GS700-Hydrogen gas detector and the recently launched ultra-fast Spyglass SG50-F-IR3-Hydrogen flame detector.
Gat | Wat is the largest annual meeting of the gas sector, providing a central forum for industry professionals to discover the latest technological developments. Among the hottest gas sector topics at present is the transition to hydrogen. Utilities across Europe and beyond are looking to introduce hydrogen into domestic supplies as a way of reducing carbon emissions and protecting homes and businesses from international gas market fluctuations. Teledyne Gas and Flame Detection is a provider of safety-critical gas and flame detection technologies that bring dedicated safety attributes to hydrogen transition activities. By way of example, the new GS700-Hydrogen offers the ability to detect both hydrogen (H2) and natural gas (NG). This integration of natural gas and H2 detection in a single portable instrument enhances versatility and performance during hydrogen (both 100% and blends) transition projects. Visitors to Gat | Wat 2023 will discover how the new GS700-Hydrogen simplifies gas detection across applications like outdoor and indoor leak detection, purging, barholing and pipeline gas testing. Providing safety and peace of mind, the fully ATEX-certified instrument enables utilities to quickly determine the source of gas leaks. Read More

Coco Gauff celebrated the biggest win of her career when winning the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. Novak Djokovic won the men’s tournament. For the fifth time Porsche Cars North America was a sponsor and the exclusive vehicle partner of the WTA and ATP Masters 1000 tournament in the state of Ohio, USA. As one of the most important tournaments in the lead-up to the US Open, the long-standing event in Mason, a Cincinnati suburb, is a big focal point year in, year out. Porsche Cars North America was a partner of the Masters 1000 event for a fifth time. For the almost 200,000 visitors to the Lindner Family Tennis Center’s spacious grounds, the sports car manufacturer was highly visible as a sponsor and as the exclusive vehicle partner. One of the hard courts was duly named the “Porsche Court” and Porsche was also the main sponsor of the Players‘ Party and invited guests to the prestigious event. Read More

Woodside Energy has reached in-principle agreement with the Australian Workers’ Union and the Electrical Trades Union and other bargaining representatives on an enterprise agreement covering employees on its North West Shelf offshore platforms, supporting the ongoing provision of safe and secure energy supply to Western Australian and international gas customers. In-principle agreement was reached on all claims relating to remuneration and other terms and conditions of employment.
The next steps will be for the enterprise agreement to be finalised and then voted on by employees and approved by the Fair Work Commission. The unions have committed to not filing a Notice of Protected Industrial Action while that process is underway. Woodside CEO Meg O’Neill acknowledged the effort from all parties through the bargaining process and said the company was pleased to have reached in-principle agreement. “We will continue to engage in respectful and constructive dialogue with all of our people as we work together to finalise the agreement and maintain safe and reliable supply of energy to our customers,” she said. Read More

Baker Hughes Rig Count:

U.S. Rig Count is down 12 from last week to 642 with oil rigs down 5 to 520, gas rigs down 6 to 117 and miscellaneous rigs down 1 to 5.

Canada Rig Count is down 1 from last week to 189, with oil rigs up 3 to 119 gas rigs down 4 to 70.

RegionPeriodRig CountChange
U.S.A18 August 2023642-12
Canada18 August 2023189-1
InternationalJuly 2023961+2
Rig Count Overview & Summary Count

Kia EV6 GT electric

2023 Kia EV6 North American All Electric Utility Vehicle, Kia America debuted the 2023 EV6 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year Limited Edition1 at The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering. With only 1,000 examples set for production, the commemorative EV6 celebrates its exalted status after being recognized as winning the “Utility Vehicle of the Year” category in the North American Car, Truck and Utility Vehicle of the Year™ (NACTOY) competition in January 2023. The all-electric EV6 was recognized for excellence in categories including automotive innovation, design, and value by the NACTOY jury, which consists of 50 automotive experts from print, online, radio, and broadcast media. The EV6 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year Limited Edition is a standout, both in design and performance. It introduces the model-exclusive colorway of brilliant Deep Forest Green over Desert Beige, which pays homage to classic performance vehicle styling combinations. Featuring a 77.4 kWh battery with a 74kW front motor and a 165kW rear motor, the dual-motor, 320-hp EV6 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year Limited Edition incorporates certain elements of the Wind and GT-Line trims into one package. Blacked-out exterior elements, including wheel arch moldings, side treatments, and front and rear fasciae, are borrowed from the EV6 Wind. Feature content from the EV6 GT-Line include 20-inch alloy wheels, a sunroof, Augmented Reality Head-Up Display2, Surround View Monitor3 (SVM), Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM), and a heated, flat-bottom steering wheel and rear seats4. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems5 (ADAS) include Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist6 (FCA) and Highway Driving Assist 27 (HDA 2). FCA can assist the driver when braking to help prevent a collision or lessen the effects in certain conditions if a vehicle is detected in front and uses automatic braking to avoid or mitigate an impact. HDA 2 is a driving convenience system that is designed to help keep a set distance from a car detected in front and centers the vehicle in the lane and can, in certain circumstances, assist with lane changes and adjust the lateral position of the car within the detected lane markers. Ultra-fast DC charging compatibility, available onboard power generator8, and a flat-floor interior that utilizes innovative materials throughout the cabin continue to be part of the EV6 package, as well as a remarkable level of connectivity features, and Kia’s latest-generation heat pump, which scavenges waste heat from the car’s coolant system. Read More

Horisont Energi has progressed projects and partnerships during the second quarter and continued to develop the organisation. The company’s cash position is satisfactory, and ensures that on this basis, planned operating activities are funded until the end of 2024.

The Barents Blue project has progressed on commercial matters, including dialogue on gas purchase agreements and the ammonia sales workstream. Horisont Energi has signed a new joint agreement with the Spanish ammonia specialist Fertiberia to develop the Barents Blue project, Europe’s largest clean ammonia plant. Before the summer, we also successfully secured a sufficient power supply for the first stage of the project. “Fertiberia shares our vision of developing clean ammonia projects on an industrial scale and has ambitious plans to accelerate the transition to carbon neutrality. With an objective to lead the development of Europe’s clean ammonia market, Fertiberia will be a strong partner for Horisont Energi in the continued development of Barents Blue, and we look forward to work with a competent and dedicated team,” says Bjørgulf Haukelidsæter Eidesen, CEO of Horisont Energi. Within the carbon capture and storage business, Horisont Energi signed a new cooperation agreement with E.ON to develop a European value chain for CCS and joint efforts to access carbon storage capacity on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, strengthening the agreement previously announced. Read More

Horisont Energi has signed a joint development agreement with the European ammonia specialist Fertiberia as the new partner in the clean ammonia project Barents Blue, a best-in-class blue ammonia plant underpinning Europe’s transition towards carbon neutrality securing local use of natural resources and significant value creation. The joint development agreement builds on a cooperation agreement entered between the two parties on 1 February 2023. Through the 50/50 joint development agreement (JDA), Horisont Energi and Fertiberia have agreed on a partnership for Barents Blue, which in the initial phase aims to take the project to a first DEVEX (development expenditure) decision. Once this milestone is reached, the plan is to move forward the project through next decision gates in a staggered approach: detailed engineering phase (DG2) and Final Investment Decision. The principle for the JDA and the work going forward is based on joint use of internal resources and shared external costs towards realisation of the project. A project SPV is contemplated and expected to be established shortly after the first DEVEX decision.The Barents Blue project will become Europe’s largest clean ammonia production plant, located in Finnmark in Northern Norway, once in operation. Read More

DNO ASA, the Norwegian oil and gas operator, today announced that the Company’s shares will be traded ex-dividend effective 24 August 2023.

A dividend payment of NOK 0.25 per share will be made on or about 1 September 2023 to all shareholders of record as of 25 August 2023. Read More

KBR announced that its Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.135 per share on the company’s common stock, par value $0.001 per share, to be paid on October 16, 2023, to stockholders of record on September 15, 2023. Read More

U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a notice of intent to provide up to $37 million from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding to advance electric vehicle (EV) battery recycling, transportation, and design. As of July 2023, more than 3.9 million plug-in electric vehicles have been sold in America, with more than half of those sold since President Biden took office. With the demand for EVs and stationary energy storage projected to increase the lithium battery market by as much as ten-fold by 2030, it is essential to invest in sustainable, reduced-cost recycling of lithium batteries in support of a secure, resilient, and circular domestic supply chain for critical materials.
Funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law supports research, development, and demonstration of second-life applications for batteries once used to power EVs, and new technologies and processes for recycling, reclaiming, and adding materials back to the materials supply chain. The anticipated funding would advance solutions for reducing the costs associated with battery recycling through technologies, processes, and designs that facilitate transport, disassembly, and preprocessing of end-of-life EV batteries; and address recycling of EV battery accessory components. Read More

Touchstone Exploration Inc. provided an update on Royston-1X well production testing, commissioning of the Cascadura natural gas and liquids facility, and operations at Coho. Touchstone has an 80 percent operating working interest in the Royston-1X sidetrack well and the Cascadura and Coho fields, all of which are located on the Ortoire block onshore in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Heritage Petroleum Company Limited (“Heritage”) holds the remaining 20 percent working interest.


The Company has completed its program of five production test intervals at Royston-1X. Touchstone is currently evaluating the uppermost prospective intervals in the Herrera and Karamat formations. The well is shut-in while awaiting the arrival of a service rig which will be used to put the well on pump to facilitate further testing.

As previously reported, the lowermost section of the Royston-1X well in the subthrust sheet of the Herrera Formation was initially completed at depths between 11,102 and 11,168 feet. Swabbed oil volumes were analyzed by a third party confirming between 34.1 to 40.0 degrees API gravity formation crude oil, representing the deepest oil encountered on the Ortoire block to date. The maximum shut-in pressure observed at surface was 2,534 psi, however, this section of the formation was interpreted to have a low permeability reservoir. The second production test evaluated the subthurst sheet of the Herrera Formation at depths between 10,604 and 11,020 feet. Light, sweet oil was recovered measuring 35.4 degree API gravity. The maximum shut-in pressure observed at surface was 2,450 psi. Similar to the first testing interval, the formation exhibited a low permeability reservoir with minimal natural oil flow to surface. Touchstone suspended the first two intervals with a retrievable plug, allowing us the opportunity to reevaluate the subthrust sheet at a further date for potential fracture stimulation. The third production test evaluated the intermediate sheet in the Herrera Formation at depths between 10,220 and 10,314 feet. 38.3 degree API gravity crude oil was encountered, with a maximum shut-in pressure observed at surface of 2,331 psi.

The fourth production test evaluated the overthrust sheet in the upper Herrera X Formation at depths between 9,591 and 9,662 feet. 38.1 degree API gravity oil was encountered, with a maximum shut-in pressure of 2,438 psi. The final production test targeted the Karamat Formation at depths between 9,318 and 9,346 feet. Once again, light, sweet oil was recovered with a maximum shut-in pressure observed at surface of 2,230 psi. Read More


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