A discussion around the domestic sector for oil and gas in Cyprus.
In late 2011, Noble Energy International Ltd announced the discovery of an average of 7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in Block 12 of the Republic of Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone, which opened the way to a second hydrocarbons licencing round with the involvement of some major international companies and consortia enthusiastic about exploring and exploiting in the future these potentially vast reserves.
Cyprus has found itself at the epicentre of the oil and gas industry due to the recent discovery of hydrocarbons within its Exclusive Economic Zone and the wider potential emerging in relation to natural resources exploitation in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Regarding the natural Gas Production Prospects in the East Mediterranean, Cyprus, the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, is located at the crossroads of big international energy routes unifying Europe with the Middle East, Africa and the countries of the Gulf.
On January 11, 2007, the Republic of Cyprus announced the First Hydrocarbon Exploration Licensing Round Offshore Cyprus.
In order to liberalise the EU's internal energy market, three consecutive legislative packages of measures were adopted since late 1990s to 2009
ITP had sued Coflexip in Scottish Courts for infringement of its patent for a heat insulated pipe-in-pipe assembly for use in pipelines to be laid on the seabed for the purpose of transporting oil products. ITP’s patent was held valid both before the Opposition Division of the European Patent Office and before the Lord Ordinary in Scottish proceedings.
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The governments of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland commissioned a feasibility studying into creating an offshore interconnected electricity grid based on wind, wave and tidal generation
On 31st August 2010 the Department of Economic Development of the Isle of Man Government sought an ‘Expression of Interest to Tender for the Design, Finance, Build and Operation of a 20MW Wind Farm in the Isle of Man’. Interest in this potential development has been significant.
In order to liberalise the EU's internal energy market, three consecutive legislative packages of measures were adopted since late 1990s to 2009.
A discussion on the importance of renewable energy in today's society.
Following the recent appointment of the board members of the Lebanese Petroleum Sector Administration Authority (the "Petroleum Authority’’), the Lebanese Ministry of Energy is pushing ahead aggressively with plans to launch the First Licensing Round before the end of the year.
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AS GLOBAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION continues to rise, renewable energy is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative means to power the world.
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