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Carbon waste turns green, used to fertilize crops

Energy and recycling company Viridor came up with a project that takes carbon dioxide from homes and big carbon-emitting industries, and turns it into fertilizer for plants.

read more... 25/07/2017

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Britain’s OGA provides new oil and gas exploration licenses

The British Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has commenced a new round of licensing, which will focus on mature areas such as Southern, Central and Northern North Sea, West of Shetland and East Irish blocks.

read more... 25/07/2017

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Daily (25.07.2017): European carbon prices rose on Monday to €5.20 level

Oil prices rose on Monday, cancelling Friday’s losses after leading OPEC producer Saudi Arabia pledged to cut its exports. Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih declared his country would considerably limit crude oil exports in August. Brent crude increased by 1.12% to $48.60 a barrel, while WTI price climbed by 1.25% to close at $46.34 a barrel.

read more... 25/07/2017

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Daily (24.07.2017): Oil prices fell by 2.5% on Friday on a rise in the OPEC’s oil production

Oil prices were bearish on Friday after a consultancy report forecast a rise in OPEC production for July. Meanwhile, traders are looking ahead to Monday's meeting of several ministers from OPEC and non-OPEC members in Russia. Brent crude fell by 2.52% to $48.06 a barrel, while WTI price declined by 2.45% to close at $46.92 a barrel.

read more... 24/07/2017

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Germany predicts 900 MW of new offshore wind in 2017

Germany connected 626 megawatts (MW) of newly constructed offshore wind capacity to power grids in the first semester of this year and hopes to see total installations of 900 MW in the entire year, as stated by five industry groups in a joint statement on Thursday.

read more... 21/07/2017

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