North Sea gas


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North Sea gas

ngas del mare del Nord
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WHISKY producer Glenmorangie is to cut its carbon emissions by replacing heavy fuel oil with North Sea gas to provide the power needed for distillation.
The Newport& Market Drayton Advertiser reported on Friday, June 20, 1969, that although half the gas appliances in Market Drayton were now burning natural gas since their conversion by West Midlands Gas the previous Tuesday - June 17 - North Sea gas had still not arrived.
A key North Sea gas pipeline may be put up for sale, it was reported yesterday.
1967: North Sea gas was first piped ashore near Durham.
Wren House was attracted to NSMP's core infrastructure characteristics with a strong revenue stream underpinned by long-term contracts, diversification across various North Sea gas basins within NSMP's catchment areas, including Norway, and the potential for future growth, as well as its excellent management team with a track record in operations and business development.
Cluff Natural Resources Plc, the AIM quoted natural resources investing company with a high impact exploration and appraisal portfolio focused on the Southern North Sea gas basin, notes the recent media speculation and advises that in response to investor demand and following the Companys recent success in the UKs 30th Offshore Licencing Round culminating in the provisional award of 10 oil and gas blocks in the Central and Southern North Sea, it is currently considering the merits of raising additional funding by way of a new equity issue, primarily to accelerate the development of the Companys enlarged portfolio of assets.
The ICGB is an integral part of the plans for the Vertical Gas Corridor that will transport North Sea gas across the territories of Greece, Bulgaria and Romania, as well as plans to receive gas from the Caspian region (through the TAR pipeline) and the realization of the idea for the Balkan gas hub.
But, with North Sea gas supply dwindling, more has to be imported from abroad.
North Sea gas is running out, and it's only sensible to make best use of Britain's indigenous energy reserves, rather than bring tankers half-way round the world from high-risk countries.
BP has doubled its stake in the Culzean North Sea gas field as part of the energy giant's PS7bn investment programme in the region.
CATS transports gas through 404 km of pipeline from the Central North Sea to a terminal in Teesside in the UK where it is then processed on behalf of major North Sea gas producers.

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