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Liberia’s biggest palm oil project quits eco-certification scheme

Men work on palm fruits at a palm oil factory in Bomi County, Liberia December 30, 2017. Picture taken December 30, 2017. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon Golden Veroleum was accused of failing to get consent …

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UAE to tow icebergs from Antarctica for new project – Khaleej Times – Khaleej Times


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UAE to tow icebergs from Antarctica for new project – Khaleej Times
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The National Advisor Bureau Limited has announced the launch of the official UAE-Iceberg Project website to highlight the most significant stages of the project, …
UAE to tow icebergs from Antarctica for water: 2020 project estimated to cost $ 50-60 millionFirstpost
UAE aims to tow icebergs to its coast from Antarctica by 2020Gulf Business News
UAE to tow icebergs from Antarctica to meet its water needsTimes of India
Zee News –Lovin Dubai
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UK Government Won’t Back Swansea Tidal Lagoon Project

The UK’s Business Secretary Greg Clark announced on Monday that the Government will not back the £1.3 billion, 320 megawatt (MW) Swansea Tidal Lagoon project in Wales, a move which has been described as “deeply disappointing” given the “massive potential” tidal lagoons have for providing clean electricity. 

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Disney Announces New 50 Megawatt Solar Project To Power Two Theme Parks

Walt Disney World Resort has announced that it is partnering with solar project developer Origis Energy USA to develop a new 50 megawatt (MW) that will power two of its four theme parks in Central Florida. 

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Denver natural gas company, joint venture partners to move forward on $1.7B pipeline project

The companies have made a final investment decision to build the $ 1.7 billion Gulf Coast Express pipeline project, according to a press release. The pipeline will be able to move 1.92 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from the Waha hub in the …
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Newcastle University team in Antarctica to take temperature of the ocean as part of research project – ChronicleLive


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Newcastle University team in Antarctica to take temperature of the ocean as part of research project
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A team from Tyneside has arrived in Antarctica as part of a project to take the temperature of the ocean. Newcastle University's Dr Miguel Morales Maqueda, Alethea Mountford and Liam Rogerson have joined the ORCHESTRA research project (Ocean …

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Mitsubishi Announces V2G Pilot Project Utilizing Outlander PHEVs In Amsterdam

Mitsubishi will be implementing a vehicle-to-grid pilot project in Amsterdam based around the use of the battery packs outfitted in the Outlander PHEVs (plug-in hybrids), according to a new press release
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1st Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Full-Scale Project Under Construction (CleanTechnica Exclusive)

Sitting at a Hyperloop Transportation Technologies presentation here at Autonomy, it was fun listening to Chairman Bibop G. Gresta talk about transportation problems and then how hyperloops can help solve them. He’s a funny guy, and he put the problems of current transportation methods into stark terms (using pictures and videos from the real world, of course)

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What Do You Think The Site C Dam Project Is Really About?

The fate of British Columbia’s largest, and arguably the most controversial, energy project is at stake.

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BP begins fracking at $16bn Oman gas project

Fracking has so far not been widely used in the Middle East … With most of the $ 62bn cost of clean-up and compensation behind it from the Gulf of Mexico disaster, BP has begun to refocus on growth with a spate of acquisitions, project start-ups and …
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