The Tunnel Season 2
The Tunnel season 2 started airing on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S2E8 Episode 8
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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There's Light At The End of The Tunnel For Refiners - Forbes - via Forbes
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has introduced legislation that limits the sulphur dioxide emissions from international shipping on 1 January 2020. This is a major change that has implications across the shipping and refining sector. In this instance, it means that high-sulphur fuel oil will be displaced from the bunker market and replaced by lower-sulphur fuels, such as middle distillates. This alleviates the fuel oil supply tightness, replacing it with demand for lower-sulphur fuels, such as diesel/gas oil.
Extreme Networks, Light At The End Of The Tunnel? - via Seekingalpha
The headwinds are temporary and mostly affecting Q1 and Q2. Management argues that it still expects FY 2019 revenue to exceed $1B and non-GAAP operating income at 10% or higher, exceeding 10% in the second half of the year.
MichMash: A Light At the End of The Tunnel For Line 5 Pipeline? - via Wdet
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Mackinac Bridge Authority members: We weren't consulted on Straits tunnel - via Freep
DNR Director Keith Creagh, cochair of Snyder's Michigan Pipeline Safety Advisory Board, told the Free Press it was initially essential to negotiate with Enbridge officials, to see whether an agreement was possible. The state and Enbridge have been meeting "at the technical staff level" since, looking at the feasibility of concepts and technology that would be involved, he said.
IBM's Light At The End Of The Tunnel - via Seekingalpha
IBM guided for just under $14 in EPS for this year, which is flat to 2017 and right in line with consensus. That’s a bit underwhelming but one thing that many investors probably didn’t factor in with IBM – yours truly included – is the fact that with tax reform, IBM’s rate is actually going to go up in 2018. IBM has famously paid very little in the way of taxes as it – along with its multinational tech brethren – take full advantage of the ludicrous web of tax havens that exist for those with the means to exploit them. To be fair, IBM is at no fault for doing this; it just isn’t a level playing field. This year, however, the playing field is getting a bit more level and IBM is going to suffer a ~4% headwind for it on its tax rate. The upside is that if IBM reckons it can hit flat EPS growth this year with a 4% tax headwind YoY, that’s an improvement in operating earnings. It isn’t a big one, but it is an improvement. The signs of green shoots are popping up and I honestly think the worst days are behind IBM.
Previously on The Tunnel: Karl falls apart as the Truth Terrorist's change of direction becomes too much to bear. What will be the cost of catching their man? A hair-raising showdown begins.