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    COP28 sees 118 countries aim to triple installed renewable capacity


    The COP28 climate summit has, as expected, proven to be a hotbed of top-level announcements regarding decarbonisation. On December 2, among a slew of announcements, 118 countries pledged to triple renewable energy capacity while doubling energy efficiency by 2030.

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    Aboño power plant


    Sector: Power - Gas
    Project Type: Repowering
    Project Status: Announced
    Region: Europe

  • AAL transports power station components from Asia to Australia

    AAL delivers critical components for Callide restoration


    AAL Shipping transported Toshiba-built power station components from China and Japan to Queensland Australia on behalf of global logistics provider DB Schenker.

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    Draghi sets Italy on a path to progress


    In the past, Italy has been held back by the absence of a comprehensive investment programme and an unstable political landscape that prevented the domestic project cargo market from reaching its potential. Now it seems the shackles have been removed, with government spending on the up under the stewardship of a level- headed leader.

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    Large-scale HIP project moves forward


    Hecate Independent Power (HIP) has launched the USD30 billion HIP Atlantic project that will see 10 GW of fixed and floating wind turbines installed in the North Atlantic and connect with the UK grid.

  • FROM THE MAGAZINE: Broken promises leave the Balkans in limbo

    Broken promises leave the Balkans in limbo


    In June, a divided European Union (EU) postponed the decision on opening accession talks with North Macedonia and Albania until October, leaving both countries questioning whether the door is half open, or half closed. Sophie Barnes reports.

  • Gdynia prepares for offshore wind projects

    Gdynia prepares for offshore wind projects


    The port of Gdynia, the district of Kosakowo and the cities of Rumia and Gdynia have signed a letter of intent (LoI) to develop and operate landside infrastructure to support offshore wind energy projects.

  • Coal comes under pressure

    Coal comes under pressure


    While US President Donald Trump continues his efforts to revive the coal industry, governments across the Atlantic are vowing to crack down on greenhouse gas pollution and stop the use of the fossil fuel.

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    Panalpina heads further into Africa


    January 19 - Panalpina has opened two new offices in Casablanca, Morocco and Nairobi, Kenya, where the company says opportunities for growth exist predominantly in the energy and infrastructure sectors.

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    Capital projects and contracts - June 27th 2014


    Here is this week's round up of capital projects and contracts. Over the past few days we have seen Alstom reject a takeover from Siemens and Mitsubishi in favour of GE's USD17 billion bid, Technip securing projects on the Danish Continental Shelf, and Le

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    Salazar plugs wind


    April 7 - According to reports in the international media, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has said that windmills off the U.S. East Coast could generate enough electricity to replace most, if not all, the coal-fired power plants in the United