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What awaits Ukraine on NATO's 75th birthday?

RTE 04 Apr 2024
Now, as part of NATO, Sweden is relying on the alliance to help its security, and at the same time offering new assets, like a number of submarines that it has mastered the shallow Baltic seabed with ...
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Swedish vertical axis floating wind turbine developer targets Japanese market

Splash24/7 01 Apr 2024
SeaTwirl has also recently made news in partnership with UK-based offshore energy storage specialist Verlume with aims to decarbonise offshore oil and gas assets using renewable power and seabed-based energy storage and intelligent energy management.
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New Product Launches and Technology Announcements Set to Make Waves at Oi24

The Maritime Executive 06 Mar 2024
Developing sustainability-enabling technologies for the commercial fishing industry, Ashored Innovations is introducing a rugged, low-cost acoustic controlled platform for unmanned deployment and retrieval of underwater assets.
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Britain's undersea cables vulnerable in the face of security threats, report warns

The National 19 Feb 2024
The report advocates for a ‘space-to-seabed’ strategic doctrine which will bring government and relevant private sector stakeholders together to protect Britain's undersea assets.
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King Charles at 75: It’s Time He Made His Reign Mean Something

The Daily Beast 14 Nov 2023
The Crown Estate manages all the royal wealth and, due to an archaic endowment, owns the rights to most of the seabed surrounding the United Kingdom extending many miles from the shoreline.
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Once upon a time, a train that linked India, Lanka

Financial Express 29 Oct 2023
... (Ukraine versus Russia, for instance), Indo-Lankan stakeholders will be obliged to acknowledge the Sethusamudram region as a ground of natural critical seabed asset legacies for both nations.
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Once upon a time, a train that brought India, Lanka closer

Indian Express 29 Oct 2023
... for instance), Indo-Lankan stakeholders will be obliged to acknowledge the Sethusamudram region as a ground of natural critical seabed asset legacies for both nations, stretching across millennia.
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�rsted Acquires Offshore Wind Assets as Eversource Pursues Strategic Exit

The Maritime Executive 09 Sep 2023
offshore wind energy sector, Ørsted reports it closed on a previously announced acquisition of assets from Eversource Energy ... assets as part of its strategic review of the offshore wind segment.
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China circles the wagons as resistance abroad intensifies

Beijing News 04 Jul 2023
... space); polar (maintain access to polar regions); deep sea (ensure access to the seabed); and security of overseas interests (protect citizens and assets abroad, guarantee access to trade routes).
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Lodbrok Publishes Letter to Valaris’ Board of Directors

Eagle-Tribune 30 May 2023
... and Transocean has recently acquired a stranded asset at the yard, has diversified into exploration of seabed minerals, and has been publicly reported to have bid for another large rig operator.
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Ørsted and Eversource reach $625m US wind seabed rights buyout deal

Splash24/7 26 May 2023
In addition to the seabed, which is in early-stage development, an all-cash transaction also includes contracts and partnerships for operational assets in the Northeast.
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Ørsted to Acquire Eversource Share of Uncontracted Offshore Wind Seabed and Key Northeast Operational Assets

Maryville Daily Forum 25 May 2023
In addition to the seabed, which is in early-stage development, the agreement also includes contracts and partnerships for key operational assets in the Northeast ... port facilities and other assets.
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Crown Estate Scotland could buy Highland estates to sell back to local communities

The Observer 24 May 2023
Crown Estate Scotland, the body that manages land and seabed once owned outright by British monarchs, could help buy large Highland estates and then sell them back to local communities ... “It can be difficult for community groups to fund buying assets.
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Scottish Government taken to court over fishing practices

ITV 19 May 2023
A remote operated vehcile was used to capture images of seabeds ... “The seabed is a public asset, but tragically it is being degraded to the detriment of both the environment and the many inshore fishermen who depend on it.
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Charles could see which way the wind was blowing. We should follow his lead

The Times/The Sunday Times 07 May 2023
Why? Because the Crown Estate owns Britain’s seabed, which stretches out to 12 nautical miles offshore. The sovereign’s public purse valued these assets at £4.3 billion in 2022 and they are expected to generate £900 million revenues this year.

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