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The energy industry will need to forge new strategies to overcome significant challenges ahead, according to a new report released by Oliver Wyman.

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Horizon Geosciences’ revolutionary, 200kN Seabed CPT system has been used with great success on a complex geotechnical site investigation for Vattenfall, offshore Denmark

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Signed agreement
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Expro has secured a new framework agreement with Statoil Petroleum AS in the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS)

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In the latest development of a long established partnership, Honeywell Process Solutions has delivered its latest automation control system to Edinburgh College, boosting the Scottish college’s efforts to educate future engineers and operators to run the world’s advanced oil and gas facilities

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A world first bio plant for handling unsorted household waste is going to be built in Northwich, Cheshire by DONG Energy

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BMT ARGOSS has been appointed by Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd
In March CNG Fuels, in partnership with National Grid, unveiled a new state-of-the-art filling station in Leyland
First Solar, Inc.’s Operations and Maintenance (O&M) now has 5 gigawatts (GW) of assets in its portfolio of solar power plants
Power grids, in their current form, will soon be unable to cope with the increased use of distributed and renewable energy sources

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David Cheetham from XTB.com sums up the news that Npower is to cut 2400 jobs in the UK. “The announcement comes on the back of a challenging year for the firm that simultaneously posted a loss of £106 million for 2015

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Turbine mega heights
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Based on work with various clients across the globe, K2 Management believes new technology developments like modular concrete structures mean turbine heights are likely to soar to up to 170m in the coming years

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New service launched
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Finnish energy provider Vaasan Sähkö Oy is the second customer to sign up for Utilytics, a new analytics service for the energy market delivered by Enoro. This contract follows quickly the first Utilytics contract made in December by the Finnish energy corporation Loiste Group

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