Category: Energy

Half A Billion Dollars To Be Invested In Advanced Plastic Recycling Facilities In UK

By Rebecca Bird LONDON — A new partnership may see more than half a billion US dollars (£400 million) invested in 10 recycling facilities across the United Kingdom over the coming years in a bid to tackle the plastic waste crisis. Renewable and alternative energy company Clean Planet Energy announced a joint venture with Luxembourg-based private

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Israel Allows TotalEnergies And Eni To Search For Gas Offshore After Lebanon Deal

By Lennox Kalifungwa Israel has signed an initial agreement with TotalEnergies and Eni to begin exploring natural gas within the framework of a historic maritime border agreement with Lebanon. “The Block 9 partners will initiate the exploration of an already identified prospect which might extend both in Block 9 and into Israel waters south of

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Isreali Hydrocarbon Exploration And Production Company Announces New Gas Discovery Off Israeli Coast

By JNS Reporter Energean plc announced on Monday the discovery of a commercially viable deposit of natural gas, containing an estimated 13 billion cubic meters (bcm), at its Zeus-01 drilling site located off Israel’s coast, the company said in a statement. Energean’s floating production unit seen offshore Israel. The company is now progressing its field

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Azerbaijan’s Response To Russia’s Invasion Has Included Plans For Increased Energy Exports To Europe

By Joseph Hammond European Union leaders pledged in May to stop Russian energy imports as a part of a broader effort to censure and sanction Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine.  Enter Azerbaijan, which has pledged to increase natural gas imports to Europe following the start of the war.   “Not only are we looking to

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Eco-Crisis: Critical Climate Indicators Climb To Alarming Levels

By Adriana Navarro Four key climate indicators set new records in 2021, underscoring the importance to curb emissions from human activity. The United Nations criticized “humanity’s failure to tackle climate disruption” despite sustainable technology being readily available for governments and cheaper to use than fossil fuels.” Greenhouse gas concentrations, sea-level rise, ocean heat and ocean

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New Tech Will Jolt The Battery Industry

By Charles Epstein The future of battery technology means new propulsion systems and power generators will become more energy-efficient, environmentally friendly and cheaper. The world’s largest battery makers are pursuing these goals in China, South Korea, Europe and the U.S. Developed nations are accelerating these non-carbon developments as they move from fossil fuels and toward new

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