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BOEM Releases Final Environmental Report as New England Wind Nears Approval

The Maritime Executive 26 Feb 2024
Park City, submitted a two-phased project plan that includes up to 129 wind turbines, with up to five offshore export cables that would transmit electricity to onshore transmission systems in the Town of Barnstable and Bristol County, Massachusetts.
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Start-Up at BP’s West African LNG Export Project Slips Again to Q4

Oil Price 26 Feb 2024
First LNG at BP’s delayed Greater Tortue Ahmeyim export project offshore Mauritania and Senegal is now ...
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Israel: Gas exports to Egypt, Jordan rose 25% in 2023

LBC International 26 Feb 2024
Israel said on Monday that gas supplies to Egypt and Jordan rose by about 25 percent in 2023, despite brief disruptions at the start of the war in Gaza, adding that exports could be expanded further.
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Kosmos Energy Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2023 Results

Tyler Morning Telegraph 26 Feb 2024
... pre-FEED work that prioritizes cost-competitive gas to the rapidly growing domestic market, combined with an offshore liquefied natural gas facility targeting exports into international LNG markets.
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Trump could deliver lower oil prices but ‘mixed’ performances for oil and gas stocks

Market Watch 25 Feb 2024
The drivers for that, he said, would include increased output from Saudi Arabia, which leads the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, and from Russia, as a Trump administration would probably be friendlier toward those two countries.
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To Solve the Plastics Crisis, We Need to Calm Down About Plastics

Live Mint 25 Feb 2024
Fixing things is hard; assigning blame far easier ... More from this columnist at Bloomberg Opinion.(1) It's not that rich countries have 'exported emissions' by offshoring manufacturing to developing countries ... .
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DOF bags offshore wind farm export cable repair gig

Splash24/7 22 Feb 2024
Norwegian offshore vessel owner DOF has been awarded a contract to repair an export cable for an offshore wind farm in the Southern North Sea ... Offshore execution is planned to begin in March.
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ITIDA holds roundtable on best practices for software companies with SECC

Daily News Egypt 22 Feb 2024
The CEO highlighted the increased demand for professional skills in software engineering, which attracts the Egyptian market, contributing to increasing exports regionally and globally.
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Oceaneering Reports Fourth Quarter 2023 Results

Tyler Morning Telegraph 22 Feb 2024
factors affecting the level of activity in the oil and gas industry, including worldwide demand for and prices of oil and natural gas, oil and natural gas production growth, and the supply and demand ...
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Oxford study shows UK offshoring emissions via used cars

The Engineer 21 Feb 2024
“Our study reveals that the UK, a leading global exporter of used vehicles with high vehicle emissions standards inside its own borders, offshores vehicle emissions to lower-income countries who are already suffering the most from climate change.”.
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Study reveals UK offshore emissions through used vehicle exports

Phys Dot Org 20 Feb 2024
Offshoring Emissions through Used Vehicle Exports, Nature Climate Change (2024) ... Study reveals UK offshore emissions through used vehicle exports (2024, February 20) retrieved 20 February 2024 from ...
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Britain exporting polluting used cars to poorer countries, study warns

AOL 20 Feb 2024
“Our study reveals that the UK, a leading global exporter of used vehicles with high vehicle emissions standards inside its own borders, offshores vehicle emissions to lower-income countries who ...

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