UPDATE 2-One dead, a dozen missing, 6 rescued after boat capsizes off Louisiana
April 14 (Reuters) - One person has died, a dozen are still missing and six others have been rescued after a commercial "lift boat" used to service oil rigs capsized in hurricane force winds south of Louisiana's Port Fourchon, the U.S. Coast Guard said on Wednesday.
Health systems urged to develop green cure for fast-rising emissions
BARCELONA, April 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Hospitals and other healthcare facilities worldwide can prepare better for both climate change and future pandemics by adopting green technology and cutting planet-heating emissions from their operations and supply chains, health experts said on Wednesday.
Six rescued, several missing after boat capsizes off Louisiana coast
(Reuters) - Six people were rescued near the coast of Louisiana after a commercial boat capsized about eight miles off Port Fourchon on the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Coast Guard said late Tuesday.
UPDATE 2-Continental Resources' quarterly output hit by winter storm
April 13 (Reuters) - U.S. oil producer Continental Resources suffered an oil and gas first-quarter production hit of about 6,000 barrels per day, it said on Tuesday, citing February's savage winter storm.
UPDATE 1-Central natural gas clearinghouse could prepare refiners for future storms: exec
April 12 (Reuters) - Texas should consider a central clearinghouse around natural gas and electricity availability in case of future cold weather events like the recent winter storm, according to a Phillips 66 refining executive speaking at an industry conference Monday.
Nervous North American farmers set to 'seed in faith' into parched soils
WINNIPEG, Manitoba/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Fields across the Canadian Prairies and the U.S. Northern Plains are among the driest on record, raising production risks in one of the world's key growing regions for canola and spring wheat.
Pack your thermals: English drinkers brave snow to lift a pint in pub gardens
LONDON, April 12 (Reuters) - Drinkers in England wrapped up warm on Monday, braving snow, rain and freezing temperatures to enjoy their first pint from a pub in over three months as outdoor hospitality reopened from a strict lockdown.
Cyclone destroys homes, cuts power to 31,500 on Australia's west coast
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A tropical cyclone on Australia's west coast destroyed several homes and cut electricity to tens of thousands of people overnight before weakening on Monday morning.
Indonesian president orders Java rescue efforts after quake kills 8
JAKARTA, April 11 (Reuters) - Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Sunday ordered swift rescue and relief efforts after eight people died in an earthquake that hit off southern Java island.
Japan's Matsuyama in control of Masters, leads by four shots
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Japan's Hideki Matsuyama stormed home in style to put himself in position to become the first Asian golfer to win the Masters as he held a four-shot lead after the rain-interrupted third round at Augusta National on Saturday.
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