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Equinor publishes third quarter 2023 safety results 23 October 2023

Equinor has published its latest safety performance results covering the third quarter of 2023. The statistics show the oil major’s positive safety trend continues. The number of serious incidents per million hours worked is still declining at the end of the third quarter, measured over the past 12 months, the company said....

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New coalition launches to enable first transatlantic shipment of clean hydrogen by 2026 17 October 2023

The newly formed Transatlantic Clean Hydrogen Trade Coalition (H2TC) is aiming to connect US fuel producers to heavy-industry consumers in Europe to help facilitate an inaugural shipment of clean hydrogen-based fuels by 2026, aiming to grow transatlantic trade to three million metric tons annually by the end of this decade....

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UK and Germany partner to further advance hydrogen developments 05 October 2023

The UK and Germany have signed an agreement to help accelerate the development of an international hydrogen industry. Signed on 26 September at the UK Embassy in Berlin, a Joint Declaration of Intent will see the UK and Germany work together to underpin the international trade in hydrogen....

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Gas pipeline blast kills four, injures five in Romania 25 September 2023

A gas explosion at a construction site in the eastern Romanian county of Vrancea killed four people and injured five others on 21 September. The incident happened at around 01:00 local time when a gas pipeline was ruptured and “mechanical sparks” caused an explosion, the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations said....

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Three people killed in explosion at civilian explosives factory 18 September 2023

An explosion at an explosives facility in central Italy killed three people on 13 September. The incident happened at a factory owned by Esplodenti Sabino, a specialist in the recovery of materials from military ammunition and disposal of products containing explosives....

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Grain warehouse blast injures 10 08 August 2023

An explosion near grain silos in western Turkey injured 10 people on 7 August. Local officials said the blast happened during the transfer of wheat from a ship in the port of Derince to a grain silo....

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UK government announces extension of CE mark recognition for businesses 02 August 2023

The UK’s Department for Business and Trade (DBT) has announced its intention to indefinitely extend the use of CE marking (including ATEX) for businesses. The post-Brexit climbdown means the UK will continue to recognise the European Union’s product safety symbol despite many manufacturers having already spent huge sums of money preparing their products for UKCA marking....

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INEOS and TotalEnergies further integrate French petrochemical assets 06 July 2023

TotalEnergies and INEOS have signed agreements to realign their respective stakes in their production assets and logistics infrastructure to better reflect the balance between their production and internal use of ethylene in eastern France. For TotalEnergies, this exchange of interests supports the integration between its petrochemical sites at Feyzin, near Lyon, and Carling in eastern France, while INEOS strengthens its operations at the Lavéra site on the Mediterranean coast....

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Rosebank and Cambo oil fields are “barometers” for the future of the North Sea 27 June 2023

The development of the Rosebank and Cambo oil fields in the North Sea would save 17 million tonnes of CO2 emissions over their projected lifetimes compared to the equivalent amount of imported oil and gas, energy research and consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie has said....

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Germany and Italy announce support for joint hydrogen-ready pipeline 16 June 2023

During a meeting with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni in early June, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced that they had agreed to proceed with plans to construct a pipeline capable of transporting gas and hydrogen between the two countries....

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