As for the future in the many trades that Southampton deals with including deep sea containerships and cruise liners, the vessels are getting bigger as vessel operators seeks to meet increasing demand and cut unit costs. Because of this port operators such as Southampton have to continue to develop and expand port capacity infrastructure to handle such mega vessels.
The rise in offshore oil and gas production expected in 2019 and beyond is due in part to the coming onstream of new fields aided by technological advances, which have dramatically cut E&P costs.
“It is likely that we will see more co-operation between local businesses and also community groups, to not only generate energy but also use and even trade in it”
Chris Morris, project manager, Local Energy Scotland
On 7th February 2019 OFGEM announced that it would be raising the energy price-cap from £1,137 to £1,254 for customers on default tariffs and from £1,137 to £1,142 for customers on prepayment meters. The new cap limits will come into effect on April 1st, This news means that some 15 […]
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