Thailand’s Gulf Energy Development makes US$5.4b bid for Singtel subsidiary Intouch

Thailand’s Gulf Energy Development is making a US$5.4-billion bid for Singtel’s unit, Intouch Holdings. Intouch controls Thailand’s largest mobile phone operator, Advanced Info Service (AIS), but many may remember it as Shin Corp. Former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra had sold his Shin Corp stake to Singapore’s Temasek Holdings in 2006. Gulf Energy is Thailand’s largest power producer by market value. It wants to buy 2.6 billion shares, or about 81% of Intouch that it doesn’t already own. It’s offering 65 baht each — 11% higher than Intouch’s closing price on Friday (April 16).

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One person found dead, six others rescued after lift boat capsizes in Gulf of Mexico

The Coast Guard continues to search for 12 missing people after their boat capsized in a storm in the Gulf of Mexico. "CBS This Morning" lead national correspondent David Begnaud spoke to the niece of one of those missing people, and she says her uncle was picking up an extra shift working in the ship’s kitchen.

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Sea Turtle Rescued From Texas Freeze Is Released Back Into Gulf | TODAY

February’s brutal deep freeze in Texas left thousands of sea turtles stunned by the cold. Many were rescued and returned to the sea, but the recovery period has been a little longer for one big turtle. NBC’s Kerry Sanders joins TODAY from South Padre Island, Texas as a turtle named Falcon Heavy returns to the Gulf live on air.
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Possible new leak in toxic wastewater reservoir along Gulf Coast | WNT

The wastewater reservoir is in danger of collapsing and force engineers to temporarily evacuate the area. They believe the containment pond’s plastic lining cracked last week and fear a breach.

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Toxic water causes mandatory evacuations along Florida’s Gulf Coast | GMA

Officials fear an imminent collapse of a storage pond that could spill up to 800 million gallons of toxic radioactive water into Tampa Bay causing a major environmental emergency.

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