Monthly Archives: March 2018


Cathay Pacific Airways losses double after rising fuel costs and relentless competition

Cathay Pacific’s losses more than doubled last year because of rising fuel costs and relentless competition from rival carriers, the Hong Kong airline said Wednesday. The airline posted a 1.26 billion Hong Kong dollar ($218 million) loss for 2017, compared with a HK$575m loss the year before. Revenue rose 5 per cent. “Fundamental structural changes within the airline industry continued to create a challenging operating environment for our airline businesses,”… Read Article →


Stanford launches new energy research program in collaboration with industry

Stanford University is launching a new research program to accelerate the transformation of the world’s energy infrastructure to make it more sustainable, affordable and secure – and to extend modern energy services to developing economies. The Stanford Strategic Energy Alliance will match industry alliance members and Stanford professors who share common research objectives across the spectrum of energy topics from science and engineering to policy and business. The alliance will also fund… Read Article →