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Weekly News Roundup (July 18)

Weekly News Roundup (July 18)

10 things you should know about investment in renewable energy (The Guardian)

In a recent panel, experts shared their thoughts on how to increase investment in renewables amid falling prices, policy uncertainty and emerging tech.

 

Funding announced for new

Weekly News Roundup (July 11)

Weekly News Roundup (July 11)

SDG&E’s Plan for Replacing Aging Nuclear Power Strikes a Sour Note (Greentech Media)

Last year’s shuttering of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) along the southern California coast set off a pitched debate about the region’s near- and long-term …

Weekly News Roundup (July 3)

Weekly News Roundup (July 3)

Total launches offshore development and acquires discovery interest (Penn Energy)

Total, together with its partner DONG, has decided to launch the development of the Edradour gas field in the West of Shetland area, and has in addition acquired a 60% …

Weekly News Roundup (June 27)

Weekly News Roundup (June 27)

 

New initiative offers threat collaboration for oil, gas industry (SC Magazine)

A new initiative encouraging information sharing among the oil and gas industries has been launched Thursday in an effort to curb threats aimed at critical infrastructure sectors.

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Weekly News Roundup (June 20)

Weekly News Roundup (June 20)

Renewable energy initiatives up 10x in last decade (RT)

Support for renewable energy is growing worldwide and at the beginning of 2014, the governments of 144 countries have set renewable energy targets.

 

Apprenticeships Gain Momentum in Upstream Oil, Gas

Weekly News Roundup (June 13)

Weekly News Roundup (June 13)

Shell: Only a Fraction of Big Gas Export Projects Will Be Built (Rigzone)

Only a fraction of the natural gas export projects being developed around the globe will become reality as high costs and weakening gas prices torpedo those that …

Weekly News Roundup (June 6)

Weekly News Roundup (June 6)

Why U.S. Manufacturing Is Poised for a Comeback (Maybe) (The Wall Street Journal)

Manufacturing in the U.S. is starting to make a comeback and is poised for even bigger gains in the years ahead, driven partly by more competitive labor …

Weekly News Roundup (May 30)

Weekly News Roundup (May 30)

US, UK manufacturers face digital skills shortage (CNBC) As the world recovers from the global financial crisis, the U.S. and the U.K. have become increasingly competitive on the world manufacturing stage in the last decade, and companies are ramping up …

Weekly News Roundup (May 23)

Weekly News Roundup (May 23)

Selling manufacturing to a new generation (USA Today)

Manufacturers across the United States are targeting schools and colleges to let young people know there is more to manufacturing than pulling levers on an assembly line.

 

Skills Shortage Threatens Earnings

Weekly News Roundup (May 16)

Weekly News Roundup (May 16)

U.S. Machine Tool Orders in Double-Digit Rise for March (American Machinist)

New orders for machine tools and related products rose 38.5 percent during March, up to $492.78 million from February’s revised total of $355.88 million. The current result is also …