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Panama Papers: trial begins of 27 Mossack Fonseca employees

The Observer 09 Apr 2024
Nawaz Sharif, then prime minister of Pakistan, and Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, prime minister of Iceland, were both forced from office amid public fury at hidden offshore wealth connected to their families.skip past newsletter promotion.
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Biden administration approves the nation's eighth large offshore wind project

Newsday 02 Apr 2024
Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind is a 2,600-megawatt project, to be built east of Virginia Beach, Virginia ... That site will now be used to support the offshore wind industry.Get the Breaking News newsletter!.
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Labor’s proposed changes to water trigger laws could have ‘centuries-long consequences’, environment groups say

The Observer 01 Apr 2024
Read more ... “The commonwealth will retain oversight of this under our draft laws.”skip past newsletter promotion ... Free daily newsletter ... after newsletter promotion. Labor and Coalition cut short debate on offshore gas bill labelled ‘window dressing’ ... .
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Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut receive proposals for offshore wind projects

Newsday 28 Mar 2024
BOSTON — Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut received proposals Wednesday for offshore wind projects as the three East Coast states hope to boost their reliance on the renewable energy source.
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Biden administration approves the nation's seventh large offshore wind project

Newsday 26 Mar 2024
The Biden administration greenlit the seventh large offshore wind project in the United States Tuesday ... This month, the companies opened the nation's first commercial-scale offshore wind farm ... Get the Breaking News newsletter!.
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Labor’s offshore gas bill labelled ‘a betrayal’ by First Nations activists

The Observer 25 Mar 2024
The Albanese government is facing major blowback over changes to its offshore gas bill, which the crossbench and environment groups have labelled “window dressing” that fails to prevent new rules watering down First Nations consultation.
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‘The wait is too long’: the refugees left in PNG after a decade in Australia’s offshore detention

The Observer 17 Mar 2024
In December 2021, the Morrison government signed a secret deal with PNG to fund the welfare and support of those sent offshore by Australia.skip past newsletter promotion ... Free daily newsletter ... after newsletter promotion.
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Atlantic Shores offshore wind farm in New Jersey would have 157 turbines and be 8.4 ...

Newsday 15 Mar 2024
The distance of turbines from the shore and whether they will be visible from the beach, as well as where the power cables would come ashore, have been major points of opposition for some offshore wind foes.Get the Breaking News newsletter!.
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Why Florida doesn’t have wind energy, but lawmakers want to curb it anyway

Tampa Bay Times 04 Mar 2024
And lawmakers are poised to pass a bill that could help keep it that way by banning offshore wind turbines in state waters ... The offshore wind restrictions are at the heart of that debate ... “I think it’s very similar to offshore drilling.
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Abandoned pipelines could release poisons into North Sea, scientists warn

The Observer 25 Feb 2024
The rich biodiversity of the North Sea, and the millions of people who depend on it would be at increased risk.”skip past newsletter promotion ... Free weekly newsletter ... after newsletter promotion.
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Eversource sells stake in LI project as offshore wind faces new setbacks

Newsday 15 Feb 2024
offshore wind industry ... offshore wind interests. The company has said it plans to lay off up to 800 employees globally while exiting offshore wind markets in Norway, Spain and Portugal ... offshore wind interests.Sign up for the NewsdayTV newsletter.
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Feds finalize areas for floating offshore wind farms along Oregon coast

Newsday 14 Feb 2024
But the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians refuted this, saying they were “extremely disappointed” that areas of cultural and historic significance were identified for offshore wind.Get the Breaking News newsletter!.
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Venezuela defends military buildup, accusing neighboring Guyana of granting illegal oil contracts

Newsday 11 Feb 2024
Oil giant ExxonMobil has said it will keep ramping up production in offshore fields off Guyana despite the escalation of the territorial dispute. Get the Breaking News newsletter!.
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Order to liquidate property giant China Evergrande is just one step in fixing China's debt crisis

Newsday 30 Jan 2024
The liquidators acting on behalf of the creditors in the Hong Kong case “will have a relatively straightforward path to trying to claim offshore assets," Brock Silvers, managing director of Kaiyuan Capital, said.
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Fears back-to-back cyclones may have damaged Great Barrier Reef

The Observer 29 Jan 2024
He said water monitoring needed to be extended to better understand how land-based runoff affected reefs farther offshore.skip past newsletter promotion ... Free daily newsletter ... after newsletter promotion.

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