Connection of offshore wind energy to the grid

The fourth round of the UK government’s Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction scheme, designed to boost investment in low-carbon energy, has begun and aims to support 12GW of new generation capacity. It will provide £285m annually in support for low-carbon energy production, which the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial …

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Food shortages in the US are worsening as supplies are drying up from the pandemic

Jan 14 (Reuters) – High demand for groceries coupled with rising freight costs and Omicron-related labor shortages are causing a new round of backlogs at processed food and fresh produce companies, resulting in empty supermarket shelves at major retailers across the United States. Before the pandemic, perishable growers on the …

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Record throughput of TEU cargo on board the MSC ship in the Port of Felixstowe

Record set at Port of Felixstowe handling 23,773 TEU on a single vessel (Hutchinson Ports) Published 01/14/2022 17:04 by The Maritime Executive Officials at the Port of Felixstowe in the UK report that the terminal, operated by Hutchinson Ports earlier this week, handled what is believed to be the largest …

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Dry Cargo Transport Market, Key Player, Analysis, Type and Business Opportunities, Current Trends, Forecast to 2030

Bulk Carrier Market: Information by Type, Application & Geography – Forecast to 2030 NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10013, UNITED STATES, Jan 14, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – Overview of the bulk transportation market: The Dry Bulk Market is projected to be valued at $ 5,479.71 million by 2030, which is a 4% …

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What to Consider When Buying Your Offshore Stocks in 2022

Columnists What to Consider When Buying Your Offshore Stocks in 2022 Friday January 14th 2022 People visit the electric car maker Tesla’s showroom in the El Corte Ingles store in Lisbon. The company and technology-oriented firms are among the best performing stocks to invest in. PHOTO | AFP From RUFAS …

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The gas crisis in Europe depends on cold, high prices attracting supply

FRANKFURT, Germany – Europe’s natural gas crisis is not easing. The reserves are low. The prices are high. Utility customers are hit by higher bills. The large Russian supplier Gazprom no longer sells gas as it used to. The question arises: How exactly does Europe, which imports the majority of …

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South Carolina Ports mark record year in 2021

In 2021, South Carolina Ports reported the handling of 2.75 million TEU at its container terminals for its best calendar year in history. SC Ports owns and operates the Port of Charleston, which includes the container terminals Wando Welch Terminal, North Charleston Terminal and Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal, as well …

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Zim could give up the Israeli flag due to a tax dispute

After years of losses Zim Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. (NYSE: ZIM) is now making profits, and the company has immediately started discussions with the Israeli tax authorities and the Treasury Department about the tax rate it should pay. Company sources have sent a “message” to Treasury Department officials that if …

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BNOW debuts scholarships for students interested in offshore wind careers

Liz Burdock The Business Network for Offshore Wind has launched its new Rising Star: Offshore Wind Scholarship to develop the next generation of leadership positions in the offshore wind sector. As it expands rapidly to meet the demand for renewable energy, the U.S. offshore wind industry needs skilled, intelligent, and …

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Older reefer vessels reactivated as SA seasonal exports come under pressure

Credit-Schifffinder.com By Charlie Bartlett, European correspondent 11/01/2022 South African exports are coming under pressure due to increasing traffic jams and the lack of available reefer containers. This had several knock-on effects, including the retirement of older-style mass refrigerated ships. The congestion caused by the same phenomena affecting supply chains elsewhere …

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