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UK’s A14 bypass opens 12 months ahead of schedule

December 14, 2019
The UK’s A14 bypass section has opened to traffic, around 12 months ahead of schedule.

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Cyprus, Chinese-led consortium sign contract for LNG terminal

UK’s A14 bypass opens 12 months ahead of schedule


Cyprus, Chinese-led consortium sign contract for LNG terminal

December 14, 2019
Cyprus and a Chinese-led consortium have signed a 290-million-euro (322.7 million U.S. dollars) contract for the construction of the country's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, the consortium announced.

Palestine lost $48 billion from Israeli occupation

December 13, 2019
Israel’s control of the occupied West Bank between 2000 and 2017 cost the Palestinian people approximately $47.7 billion and rising, according to a UN report published last week.

U.S. drillers add oil rigs for first week in eight

December 13, 2019
U.S. energy firms added rigs for the first time in eight weeks.

Georgia: Police confiscate $63,000 worth of gold in Tbilisi

December 13, 2019
Georgian law enforcers have confiscated gold worth of 181,870 GEL ($63,000), according to the Georgian Ministry of Finance.

50th designation of Banking Development District Program in New York

December 13, 2019
New York State's Banking Development District Program has made its 50th designation.

Crow stronger than 10,000 people: Lone crow causes mass outages across Winnipeg

December 13, 2019
A lone crow was the culprit behind a mass power outage that affected nearly 10,000 customers, CTV News has learned.

EIB approves EUR 8.1 billion for energy, transport, agriculture

December 13, 2019
The European Investment Bank (EIB) approved EUR 8.1 billion of new financing for climate action, sustainable development, health, and education investment across Europe and around the world.

Finland and Estonia launch Balticconnector gas pipeline

December 12, 2019
Ceremonies to mark the commissioning of the Estonian-Finnish gas pipeline Balticconnector were held simultaneously in Paldiski (Estonia) and Helsinki (Helsinki), reports Delfi news outlet.

Property prices in Ireland rising slowest in 12 years

December 12, 2019
Property prices in Ireland are now rising by just 0.9 per cent, the lowest level in almost 12 years, as the pick-up in housing supply continues to cool the market.
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