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5th Floating Accommodation for Lerwick

  A further accommodation ship, Ocean Atlantic, is due at Lerwick on Monday 27 April 2015 and is on its way from Portland in Dorset. As with the other floating accommodation at the port,

Double Order for Super Gloria Reachstacker

  Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has gained an order for two Super Gloria reachstackers from Tadarsa Logistics S.L. in Aviles, Spain. The largest reachstackers ever built,

Nervesa Second Well - Drilling Commences

  Sound Oil, the European / Mediterranean focused upstream oil and gas company, is pleased to confirm the commencement of drilling of the second well at the Nervesa site in the Veneto Region,

Yara Reports Strong 1Q Results

  Yara International ASA delivered strong first-quarter results, with higher deliveries and improved margins reflecting lower gas costs and a stronger US dollar.

Solar Power is Shaking up Global Energy

  One by one, Japan is turning off the lights at the giant oil-fired power plants that propelled it to the ranks of the world's top industrialised nations. With

Libya Shuts Down El Feel Oilfield - Field Engineer

  Libya has shut down the El Feel oilfield, an engineer at the western field said on Saturday. No more information was immediately available. The OPEC producer

Tullow Says "TEN" Oil Project "Can Move Ahead" After Court Ruling

British company Tullow said on Saturday its offshore oil and gas project TEN "can move ahead" after an international maritime tribunal ruled in a border dispute between Ghana and Ivory Coast.

PDVSA's Oil Revenue Slips 7.6 pct in 2014

  Venezuelan oil company PDVSA's revenue from oil and fuel sales dropped by roughly 7.6 percent in 2014 from the previous year, hurt by a fall in crude prices, the state company reported on Saturday.

Coal Workers March in Berlin in Protest Against Climate Tax

  Thousands of coal miners and workers in coal-fired plants marched in Berlin on Saturday to protest a proposed levy on the oldest, most polluting power stations,

Ghana Can Continue Production in Ivory Coast Oil Dispute

  An international maritime tribunal on Saturday ruled that Ghana can continue developing a $4.9 billion dollar offshore oil project in an area caught up in a

Czech CEZ Less Likely to Bid for Enel's Slovak Utility

  Czech energy group CEZ is less likely to buy a 66 percent stake in the main Slovak electricity producer from Italy's Enel due to opposition from the Slovak government controlling the minority,

BIMCO Welcomes EU Decision on Migrants

  BIMCO has stated today that it appreciates the new efforts by EU leaders to reduce increasing reliance on merchant shipping to rescue the growing numbers of

Another Grant from ExxonMobil to mark World Malaria Day

  ExxonMobil today announced $10 million in new grants to mark World Malaria Day, continuing the company’s 15-year commitment to fighting a disease that is preventable and treatable,

Energy Institute to Adopt Experience of Energy Firms

  Sochi hosted today the 14th meeting of the International Supervisory Board (ISB) of the Energy Delta Institute (EDI) as well as an international meeting of the

Norway Sale - Ithaca Energy

  Ithaca Energy Inc. has entered into an agreement to sell its wholly owned subsidiary, Ithaca Petroleum Norge AS (“Ithaca Norge”), for an initial consideration of US$60 million.

Long Beach, Los Angeles ports host forum to gather input

  More than 100 cargo owners, trucking firm leaders, longshore labor, marine terminals and other goods movement industry representatives turned out Wednesday for

BP to Sell CATS Business To Antin Infrastructure

  BP today announced it has agreed to sell its equity in the Central Area Transmission System (CATS) business in the UK North Sea to Antin Infrastructure Partners for £324 million ($486 million).

Protesting Japanese Arrested for landing drone on PM's office

  A Japanese man has been arrested for landing a drone on the prime minister's office with a minuscule amount of radiation in an apparent protest against the use of nuclear power,

Peru Postpones Bidding on Oil Blocks Amid Price Collapse

  Peru will hold off on launching an international auction for 25 oil blocks in the first half of 2015 as energy companies grapple with low crude prices, the country's

Arctic Nations to Fight Climate Change Despite Russia Tensions

  The eight Arctic Council nations pledged on Friday to do more to combat climate change that is shrinking the vast frigid region, with countries trying to put

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