Pfisterer develops the world’s first universal pluggable repair solution for submarine cables up to 170 kV for TenneT
TenneT, a transmission network operator, tasked Pfisterer with developing a universal repair joint for submarine cables. The one-size-fits-all solution is designed to fix cable faults quickly and efficiently with minimal inventory costs – whatever the cable type or manufacturer. This is the first time in the world that a solution of this scope will be realised. For the transmission network operator, it creates completely new opportunities for inventory management and submarine cable repairs.
Costain engineer and CICES’ first black president to champion ‘adding value through collaboration’. As President, Mr Motsumi will lead CICES, which is recognised as the foremost UK-based professional institution for specialists employed in geospatial engineering and commercial management in the civil engineering industry. Founded in 1969, this is the first time that a person of colour has been elected to lead the organisation.
“Mine rehabilitation is a key part of a company’s life of mine planning cycle to ensure better environmental outcomes and help create more jobs for Queenslanders after a mine is no longer in use,” Minister Stewart said.
St. Charles Clean Fuels, LLC (SCCF), a collaboration between Sustainable Fuels Group, LLC, and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners Energy‑Transition Fund, has contracted with Fugro to provide geotechnical engineering services for an innovative 'blue' ammonia facility in southeastern Louisiana. The project aims to seamlessly integrate ammonia production with advanced carbon capture and storage methods, creating a clean resource for fuel, industrial power, food production, and other essential needs, all while significantly reducing the project’s overall emissions profile.
Orica accelerates Climate Change Action and reaffirms strong fy2023 Business Performance
Orica accelerates Climate Change Action and reaffirms strong fy2023 Business Performance (Credits: Orica)
- An increased target to reduce net operational Scope 1 and 2 emissions by at least 45 per cent by 2030, from 2019 levels – an uplift from 40 per cent.
- A new short-term target to reduce net operational Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 30 per cent by 2026, from 2019 levels,
- A new ambition to reduce Scope 3 emissions by 25 per cent by 2035, from 2022 baseline levels.
Orica also confirmed the 2023 full-year outlook to be in line with guidance given in the first-half results and the strength of the underlying business performance is expected to continue into the 2024 financial year.
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