'De grootste investering in de Deense Noordzee ooit'. Dat zegt CEO van Mærsk Oil A/S, Gretchen Watkins, over het project dat de installaties van het Tyra-veld volledig moet vernieuwen – een investering van rond de 2,8 miljard euro.
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Thailand is the second largest economy in Southeast Asia with a population of 68 million people and a strategic location to serve regional markets. The country is also a major producer of agricultural products, such as rice, sugercane, cassava, corn, rubber and palm oil.
Thailand’s electric vehicle market is slowly starting to bloom.
Thailand is the second economy of Southeast Asia with a population of 68 million people. With an installed power-generating capacity of 2,768 MW in January 2016, Thailand is the largest producer of solar energy in Southeast Asia.
The Gothenburg Region is growing. Sweden forecast indicates an expansion of 250.000 inhabitants in the Gothenburg Region between 2015 and 2035, resulting in a total population of approximately 1.3 million by the year 2035 for the entire region.
The National Transport Plan (NTP) 2018-2029 outlines how the Government intends to prioritise resources within the transport sector. It is a twelve-year plan (extended from previous ten-year plans) that is revised every four years.
The electricity delivery in Ghana is unreliable and frequent black-outs occur. Consumers are looking for alternatives. Furthermore, an enabling policy environment and high electricity/gas tariffs are in place and provide increasing opportunities for investments in renewable energy.
Costa Rica has a stable and safe business & investors climate.
Pineapple production generates approximately 4.5 million tonnes crop residue each year that can be used for multiple industrial applications, like paper, plastic, biogas and more.
Cities need to prioritize a systematic transition from the linear paradigm of production and consumption to a circular model, keeping materials in use for as long as possible and maximizing their economic value.