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    After the first digital images shown last March, Alpha Motors now presents the first of a real model of their pick up, the Wolf, which they hope to launch on the market in 2023. By that time, they hope to have three versions: single cab, cabin and a half (Wolf +), and double cab (SuperWolf), all with electric propulsion. Gallery: Pre-Production Alpha Wolf 2023 Regarding the first digital images we see that the final design of the Alpha Wolf is practically identical: ahead it retains the mataburros with the explorers, which are complemented by those on the roof, the BF Goodrich tires with black wheels they give it an off-road look and the rear bumper also enhances that tough look. Alpha Wolf 2023 pre production The perspective of their 4.77 meters long, 1.93 wide and 1.67 high, plus the 1.65 meter platter long they are highlighted in the presentation video they showed (see the end), where they explain their main characteristics. However, that does not mean that everything is known. For example, the totally dark glass is the...
    Cut the cord? Heres how to watch QVC and HSN without cable Cat Osterman, other Olympians headline Athletes Unlimited softball roster Vehicles drive on the 110 Freeway towards the Los Angeles skyline. Filming in Los Angeles finally went back to business as usual in the second quarter of 2021. Production in the city, unincorporated L.A. County and 14 other local cities rebounded to pre-pandemic levels with 9,791 shoot days recorded in the quarter, FilmLA — the film office serving the area — announced in a new report on Thursday. This figure represents a 40 percent increase in shooting days compared with March, while all categories FilmLA tracks (including features, television, commercials and “other”) saw an uptick of over 30 percent in shooting days compared with the first quarter of 2021. In fact, this figure represents a 7.2 percent increase to the average shoot days recorded in a quarter pre-pandemic, which was 9,135. According to FilmLA, the second quarter of 2021 was the busiest for local production since late 2019. “By almost any available measure, the second quarter was good...
    LORD Sugar has confirmed The Apprentice will return this year and says the show is already in pre-production. The Apprentice host said work has begun on the BBC show's 16th run after viewers were left gutted last year when Covid ­torpedoed plans for the 2020 series. 3Lord Sugar has confirmed The Apprentice will return this yearCredit: BBC Lord Sugar, 73, said: "I know many people will have been disappointed we weren’t able to make The Apprentice last year – myself included. "I am pleased to say that we are going to be cracking on with a new series very soon. "In fact, the pre-production phase has already begun and plans are ­coming together to make sure we are back on air this year." The reality show, which also stars West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady and executive Claude Littner as Lord Sugar's advisors, ­normally airs from October. 3The show last aired in 2019Credit: BBC And the former Spurs co-owner admitted making the show while complying with new coronavirus health regulations was going to be a challenge. He added: "Putting...
    The sun is seen behind a crude oil pump jack in the Permian Basin in Loving County, Texas.Angus Mordant | Reuters Occidental CEO Vicki Hollub said Thursday that she doesn't envision U.S. oil production returning to pre-pandemic highs. "I do believe that most companies have committed to value growth, rather than production growth," she said during a CNBC Evolve conversation with Brian Sullivan. "And so I do believe that that's going to be part of the reason that oil production in the United States does not get back to 13 million barrels a day." She believes companies will focus on optimizing current operations and facilities, rather than seeking growth at all costs. But she added that oil demand is recovering faster-than-expected, driven primarily by China, India and the United States. "The recovery looks more V-shaped than we had originally thought it would be," she said. The company's initial forecast had demand returning to pre-pandemic levels by the middle of 2022. Now, Hollub believes demand will return by the end of this year or the first few months of 2022. "I...
    NEW YORK, Mar 2 (.) – The oil industry is recovering from a collapse in demand triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, but U.S. shale production will not recover to levels seen before the health crisis, he said. Occidental Petroleum CEO Vicki Hollub on Tuesday. “The recovery is looking very good for us. If we look at what is happening in India and the United States, I think the oil industry looks like things will go quite well for us in the next few years,” Hollub said at the CERAWeek conference. IHS Markit. “The sharp drop in activity in the United States coupled with high rates of shale decline and pressure from the investment community to maintain discipline rather than growth means, in my opinion, that shale will not go back to where it was in the United States. United”. (Reporting by Devika Krishna Kumar in New York, Edited in Spanish by Manuel Farías)
    . Barrel rises 1% because cold weather in Texas causes drop in US production NEW YORK, Feb 17 (.) – Oil rose more than 1% on Wednesday as freezing temperatures in Texas slowed activity in the largest producing state in the United States, where unusual cold weather is expected to hamper production during days or even weeks. * Brent crude gained 99 cents, or 1.56%, at $ 64.34 a barrel, while United States West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was up $ 1.09, or 1 , 82%, at 61.14 dollars a barrel.
    Iranian Deputy Oil Minister Amir Hossein Zamaninia said Friday that Iran is beginning to ramp up oil production, and within two months it will reach levels comparable to its production before U.S. sanctions the Trump administration imposed in 2018. Speaking at an oil conference in Tehran, Zamaninia assured reporters that Iran’s current level of oil production is “much better than many assume.”  Outside analysts say production fell below two million barrels per day last year, compared to an output of about four million barrels before sanctions were restored. Earlier statements from Iranian officials suggested they hoped to double current production to about 2.3 million barrels a day. The Hindustan Times observed that Iran’s oil surge, or at least its boasts that a surge is coming, are clearly a result of President Joe Biden taking office in the United States and presumably lifting sanctions as he draws the U.S. back into the Iran nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Zamaninia said the Iranians have already begun discussing post-sanctions energy projects with potential European and Asian...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — US industrial production jumps 1.6% in December, remains below pre-pandemic levels. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's animated Netflix series about inspiring women is 'creating a lot of buzz in the industry', a source has claimed. The Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, announced earlier this month that they have signed a megawatt Netflix deal said to be worth £112million to make TV series, films and children's shows for the streaming service.  Their first project, which is aimed at a young audience, is in pre-production and has been greenlit by bosses at the media giant. An industry insider told Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl: 'There's a lot of buzz about it, it is going ahead and work has started on the series.' Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle's, 39, first Netflix project which is an animated series about inspiring women is 'creating a lot of buzz in the industry', a source has claimed Other projects the couple are currently working on include a wildlife documentary series, which could see the Duke and Duchess travel to Africa when global Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.  And future plans include scripted series, docuseries, documentaries, features...
    Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic, which shut down pre-production in March when Tom Hanks contracted the coronavirus, will start filming on September 23 in Queensland, Australia. The film was among the first Hollywood projects to halt production as a result of the pandemic. “We’re back to, as Elvis liked to say, ‘taking care of business!’” Luhrmann said in a statement. “It is a real privilege in this unprecedented global moment that Tom Hanks has been able to return to Australia to join Austin Butler and all of our extraordinary cast and crew to commence production on Elvis. I cannot emphasize enough how lucky we feel in the current climate that the state of Queensland, and Queenslanders in general, have been so supportive of this film.” Luhrmann, whose films include Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby, went on to thank the Queensland Government “for their extremely diligent process, so that we can be an example how creativity and productivity can proceed safely and responsibly in a way that protects our team and the community at large.” He added, “We...
    Shipping containers stand on the quayside near empty docking terminals at Singapore port in Singapore, on March 27, 2020.Lauryn Ishak | Bloomberg | Getty Images Container shipping activity has staged a sharp rebound in recent months and is nearing pre-pandemic levels — but the outlook remains clouded in uncertainty, a top industry executive told CNBC. "Here we are in September, and actually, we've almost recovered back to the levels we had in global container volumes compared with pre-Covid," Jeremy Nixon, the chief executive officer of Singapore-based Ocean Network Express (ONE), told CNBC on Monday. Nixon now sees signs of a V-shaped rebound underway, after a six-month "roller coaster" ride that began as a supply shock concentrated around China and evolved into a worldwide demand problem by Spring. The coronavirus outbreak was first reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan late last year, and has since spread to the rest of the world, ravaging demand as well as the global economy. He attributed the expected rebound to three main factors: a surge in demand for personal protection equipment (such as masks and...
    ABC’s hit medical drama The Good Doctor was preparing to get back into production with the hopes of filming resuming by mid-August at the latest, but according to sources for The Hollywood Reporter, the pre-production plans have been halted due to issues with COVID-19 testing. A spokesperson for Sony Pictures Television told the outlet that “there is an issue with COVID-19 testing, which we are working to resolve with the BC Council.” Additional sources have revealed that the issue revolves around “how often individuals on set are tested.” Reports suggest there are certain members of the cast or crew who want to be tested more often than the BC Council allows. The Council itself is an amalgamation of “three different local unions.” “One insider says that because the virus is more managed in Canada than in the U.S., the BC Council feels that testing doesn’t need to be as frequent as others think it might.” The Hollywood Reporter reached out to them for comment but they reportedly have not yet responded. The publication noted that COVID-19 testing has been a...
    Ford started resuming vehicle production in the U.S. on May 18, 2020 with new coronavirus safety protocols such as health assessments, personal protective equipment and facility modifications to increase social distancing.Ford Ford Motor and Fiat Chrysler expect to return to pre-coronavirus pandemic production schedules at their U.S. plants on Monday.  The return of shifts, which were confirmed Friday, is a major milestone for the automakers as they attempt to meet consumer demand for profitable pickups and SUVs. "We are pleased to be able to return to our normal operating pattern in the U.S. on Monday — which is sooner than expected — because our workforce and suppliers are able to support," Ford spokeswoman Kelli Felker said in an emailed statement. "The safety of our workforce continues to be our top priority." Ford shares were up about 2% Friday morning to $6.47. Fiat Chrysler stock was up 0.6% to $9.41. Ford Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley previously said the company plans to have its North American production back to pre-pandemic levels by July 6. He said the company continues to ramp-up operations...
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