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|01 Oct 20
||UK: Nanotechnology project to boost North Sea gas production
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen are developing new technology they claim will be a 'game-changer' in enhancing production from North Sea gas fields.
|01 Oct 20
||UK: Corallian and JV partners extend exclusivity period for work sharing agreement for UKCS licence P2478 in the Inner Moray Firth
Corallian and JV partners have agreed to extend the Exclusivity Period with an Interested Party to complete its interpretation of UKCS licence P2478 in the Inner Moray Firth with a view to negotiating farm-in terms to earn an interest in the licence.
|30 Sep 20
||UK: Industry urges campaign groups to meaningfully engage with sector
OGUK, the leading representative body for the UK’s offshore oil and gas industry, has repeated calls to campaign groups to meaningfully engage with the sector to ensure a fair and positive transition for energy communities.
|29 Sep 20
||UK: Petrofac to represent energy industry on new data analytics task force
Petrofac, leading international service provider to the energy industry, has been selected to represent the sector as part of a cross-industry Task Force created to transform project delivery.
|29 Sep 20
||UK: RWE secures lease agreements to develop four offshore wind farm extension projects in the UK
RWE Renewables and its project partners have signed with The Crown Estate Agreements for Lease for developing four projects in the United Kingdom to extend the existing offshore wind farms Gwynt y Mor, Galloper, Greater Gabbard and Rampion.
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