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Q2 loss won’t slow Excelerate Energy’s growth prospects

Natural Gas World 11 Aug 2022
... of the Moheshkhali LNG terminal in Bangladesh along with a new multi-year LNG supply agreement there, and the development of the new Payra LNG project in southwestern Bangladesh, which includes an offshore FSRU import terminal and an onshore pipeline to the city of Khulna.
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Italy sees influx of 1,000 migrants in one day

Dawn 25 Jul 2022
ROME ... They were landed in several ports in Sicily ... At the same time, it said that coastguards had intercepted a 13-metre ship which had departed from the northwestern Libyan city of Zawiya with 123 people from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt and Sudan on board. Offshore NGOs continued to recover hundreds of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean ... .
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Over 1,000 migrants arrive in Italy amid election campaign

Urdu Point 24 Jul 2022
At the same time, it said that coastguards had intercepted a 13-metre (43-foot) ship which had departed from the northwestern Libyan city of Zawiya with 123 people from Bangladesh, Egypt and Sudan on board. - Most dangerous route - Offshore NGOs continued to recover hundreds of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean ... ....
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Over 1,000 migrants arrive in Italy, 5 found dead

Khaleejtimes 24 Jul 2022
They were landed in several ports in Sicily ... At the same time, it said that coastguards had intercepted a 13-metre (43-foot) ship which had departed from the northwestern Libyan city of Zawiya with 123 people from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt and Sudan on board. Offshore NGOs continued to recover hundreds of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean.
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Black Caps to play pink ball test against England as schedule confirmed

RNZ 28 Jun 2022
The White Ferns and Black Caps to head offshore for their respective T20 World Cups, as well as hosting the Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, England and Sri Lanka men's teams, and the Bangladesh women ... Australia with a Christchurch-based tri-series, featuring Pakistan and Bangladesh.
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Antara Luxury River Cruises: India’s own cruise all set for world’s longest river journey!

Financial Express 20 Jun 2022
The historical route has been finalized with the support, assistance and cooperation of the governments of India and Bangladesh, which are working together to ensure seamless travel between the two countries.”. Tourists will also have an offshore and onshore experience each day.
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Asia Power Monitoring Service: Coal and Gas-Fired Thermal Power, Nuclear, Renewables, Hydro, Combined Heat and ...

Enid News & Eagle 14 Jun 2022
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 14, 2022-- ... CLIMATEPakistan, Bangladesh cope with severe heat and fuel shortages. RENEWABLESwpd to sell offshore wind business to Global Infrastructure PartnersOff-grid solar struggles to recover from pandemicION Energy talks up Mongolian lithium potentialWork begins on dome for Unit 1 at Bangladesh's Rooppur NPP ... CONTACT.
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NGO Shipbreaking Platform: Increase of accidents at Kabir’s yards in Bangladesh

SAFETY4SEA 03 Jun 2022
Despite the repeated interventions of the Bangladesh Department of Inspection for Factories and Establishments and the Ministry of Industries, which included a ban on operations and ... Moreover, since 2021, there have been ten accidents on offshore units beached in Bangladesh.
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UNHCR chief urges support for Bangladesh to save Rohingya Muslims lives, 'build hope'

Urdu Point 25 May 2022
... mission to Bangladesh ... Bangladesh hosts some one million Rohingya refugees, most of whom fled from Myanmar in 2017 ... The Bangladesh Government has relocated some 28,000 Rohingya refugees to the offshore island of Bhasan Char, where it has scaled up essential humanitarian services.
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South Asian Shipbreaking Soars, But Accidents Continue

The Maritime Executive 23 Apr 2022
The NGO Shipbreaking Platform reports that a total of 13 workers suffered accidents on South Asia's shipbreaking beaches last quarter, where a total of 94 ocean-going commercial ships and floating offshore units ended up for dismantling. The majority were in India, with 44, followed by Bangladesh with 35 and Pakistan with 15 ships.
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Bangladeshi PM orders taking steps to maintain risk-free foreign debt limit

China.dot.org 13 Apr 2022
The prime minister issued this directive on Tuesday while witnessing a presentation on "offshore tax amnesty" and "review of Bangladesh's macro economy against the backdrop of Sri Lankan economic crisis" at her official residence Ganabhaban, Bangladesh's state-run news agency BSS reported.
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B'desh PM Hasina orders to maintain a risk-free foreign debt limit

Suryaa 13 Apr 2022
The premier issued this directive while witnessing a presentation on "offshore tax amnesty" and "review of Bangladesh's macroeconomy against the backdrop of Sri Lankan economic crisis" at her official residence Ganabhaban ... Almost all the indices indicate that the economy of Bangladesh is relatively stable," said a statement.
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International Crews Begin Returning from War-Torn Ukrainian Ports

The Maritime Executive 09 Mar 2022
A similar scene played out at the airport in Dhaka, Bangladesh today when a Turkish Airlines flight arrived with the 28 surviving crewmembers from the bulker Banglar Samriddhi ... none of the authorities has a solid estimate on how many more remain trapped either in port or offshore.
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Bangladesh wants to make offshore E&P more attractive

Upstream Online 03 Mar 2022
Workers from India and Bangladesh well timed for Dyna-Mac's project schedules Sembcorp Marine sourcing workers from China and Malaysia amid Covid-19 curbs ONGC Videsh wins more time at pair of Bangladesh offshore blocks Long-term LNG ambitions unfulfilled Dozens killed at mosque in Bangladesh gas pipeline blaze.
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Responsible ship recycling

Business Line 20 Feb 2022
NGO Shipbreaking Platform said that 763 ocean-going commercial ships and floating offshore units were sold to scrap yards in 2021. Of these, 583 ended up on the beaches of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan ... the beaches of Chattogram, Bangladesh, and another 34 were severely injured.

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