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Posted: over 5 years ago

Update: One Migrant Dies, Three Ebola Free

The results of Ebola tests performed by Malta’s Mater Dei Hospital on three migrants have turn...

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East-West Shippers Get Some Breathing Space

Ocean freight rates for cargoes moving under contracts on major East-West routes decreased by 6% bet...

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  • Business & Finance
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VIDEO: Allianz Juno Gets Some TLC

Ships calling on shipyards for finishing touches is the equivalent of a day at a spa for us. Check o...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 6 years ago
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Some Greenpeace activists leave ‘Transocean Spitsbergen’ rig

Some of the Greenpeace activist who boarded the Statoil-operated Transocean Spitsbergen drilling rig...

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Posted: over 6 years ago

Backwind for Some of Japanese Renewables

The Japanese Government has decided to cut tariffs for solar power while boosting the ones intended ...

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  • Authorities & Government
Posted: over 6 years ago
Posted: over 6 years ago

Ophir Confirms Intention to Sell Some of Its Acreage Offshore Mozambique

After several news sources reported that Ophir Energy, an oil and gas exploration company focused on...

Posted: over 6 years ago
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Some CHC Helicopters Back in Air Following ‘Super Puma’ Crash Off Shetland

After CHC on Saturday announced it would ground all of its helicopters within the UK, as a response ...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 6 years ago
Posted: over 7 years ago

AWU Gas Policy: Some Good, Some Bad (Australia)

The peak body representing Australia’s oil and gas industry has welcomed the Australian Workers Unio...

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Posted: over 8 years ago

EEEGR’s Biggest Conference Focuses on ‘Some of Best Energy Resources in World’ (UK)

The eyes of the world are focused on the East of England’s rich energy assets and that will be refle...

Posted: over 8 years ago
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Mozambique’s Port Infrastructure Poses Some of Biggest Challenges

Mozambique’s woeful infrastructure poses some of the biggest challenges for miners wanting to ...

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BG Group to Sell Some of its Brazilian Oil Assets?

  Britain’s BG Group may sell some of its Brazilian oil assets, a local paper said, which...

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BP May Sell Some Assets Outside India to RIL

Global oil major BP Plc will discuss divesting some of its assets in Europe and North America to Rel...

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USA: Georgetown Dredging Project Gets Chance to Make Some Headway

As another federal budget battle gears up, funding for South Carolina’s port projects are again bein...

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Posted: over 8 years ago

APPEA: Release of Exposure Draft PRRT Legislation Provides Some Clarity for Industry (Australia)

The peak body representing Australia’s oil and gas industry noted the release today of exposure draf...

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The Netherlands: Offshore Wind Farms Create Artificial Habitat for Some Species

  A new study in Environmental Research Letters, looking at the first offshore wind farm in the...

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  • Operations & Maintenance
Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

The Netherlands: Offshore Wind Farms Create Artificial Habitat for Some Species

A new study in Environmental Research Letters, looking at the first offshore wind farm in the Nether...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

The Netherlands: Offshore Wind Farms Create Artificial Habitat for Some Species

A new study in Environmental Research Letters, looking at the first offshore wind farm in the Nether...

Categories:
  • Environment
Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

LM Wind Power Marks Global Wind Day With Some ‘Long’ News (Denmark)

  Today, Global Wind Day is marked across the world, celebrating the strong message that wind p...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

USA: Jacksonville Ports Development Could Take Some Time, Says USACE

A local business group learned Tuesday that it may take some time for the port business to reach hig...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

Norway: Det Norske Puts Off Froy Field Development for Some Better Times

  As a result of the decision made by Det norske, a plan for development and operations (PDO) f...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 9 years ago
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Some South-West Coastline Residents Warmed up for Wind Farm Expansion Says Study (UK)

IN THE Solway Firth, a planned extension to Scotland’s first offshore wind farm is facing oppo...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

Some South-West Coastline Residents Warmed up for Wind Farm Expansion Says Study (UK)

IN THE Solway Firth, a planned extension to Scotland’s first offshore wind farm is facing oppo...

Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

US and some European Countries Favour Wind Power

The public in the US and five European countries favour wind power as long as it doesn’t subst...

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Fitch Casts Doubt on Some Australian LNG Projects

FITCH has jumped on the growing bandwagon predicting the mothballing or cancelling of some of the ma...

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Posted: over 9 years ago

Some Ontario regions aren’t satisfied with 5km wind turbine limit (Canada)

Five kilometres may not be far enough away from the shore for wind turbines in the lakes, says the l...

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  • Authorities & Government
Posted: over 9 years ago
Posted: over 9 years ago

Some Ontario regions aren’t satisfied with 5km wind turbine limit (Canada)

Five kilometres may not be far enough away from the shore for wind turbines in the lakes, says the l...

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  • Authorities & Government
Posted: over 9 years ago