Weather factor that leads to skyrocketing gas prices

Due to the exceptionally low wind levels in July, it covered only 12 percent of Ireland’s electricity needs, compared with 31 percent in 2020. Natural gas had to close the gap “even in summer”, says Prof. Brian Ó Gallachóir. Unusual weather conditions in Ireland and much of northwestern Europe so …

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Delivery delays could ruin your vacation

A cargo ship at the Meidong Container Terminal in the port of Ningbo Zhoushan in China. The port was hit by a typhoon in July and the terminal closed after a single positive COVID test in August. Port closings are one of many factors that slow down the movement of …

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NJEDA starts tenant selection process for Wind Port

Register now for our freemium service! What is Freemium? Freemium is a free service from 4C Offshore with which you can unlock more data and use the search function on our secret service pages! Once signed up, you are entitled to weekly newsletters where you identify the project capacities, identify …

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PH cargo ship starts non-stop voyage to US west coast; Easing trade strain in the midst of a pandemic in mind – Manila Bulletin

The cargo ship MV Iris Paoay recently made history because it was the first Philippine flag container ship to sail non-stop between Manila and the United States in decades. United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Acting Mission Director of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), Sean Callahan, accompanied …

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CommonWealth magazine

THE HEADLINES Details on the emergence of a US offshore wind supply chain in its infancy are popping up in all sorts of places – a $ 250 million monopile in New Jersey in collaboration with wind farm developer Orsted and a wind tower manufacturer in Albany, New York, in …

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