Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences at University of Central Asia 319433 of the year

Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences (Rank based on merit and experience; Associate or Full Professor ranks may be considered for specific candidates) – Three vacancies Department: School of Arts and SciencesDuty Station: Khorog, TajikistanDeadline: Open until filled, but for full consideration please apply by the end of December 2022 Start date: February 1, … Read more

College has officially opened the Power Center for a ‘Brighter Future’

Grantham College has officially opened its new Energy Centre, which aims to develop students’ skills and “become part of a brighter future”. Ribbon cutting ceremony Grantham College Principal Paul Dean welcomed visitors to the opening today (December 2) and Mayor of Grantham Council Graham Gell cut the ribbon to open the centre. In his opening … Read more

An Aberdeen-based training consultancy invests in home-grown talent

Gary (left) and Ann McRobb (centre) of Ann McRobb Associates have hired their son Patrick (right) as their first business management trainee. Image: Ann McRobb Associates.

Aberdeen offshore and energy training consultancy Ann McRobb Associates has announced the appointment of its first business management trainee. Ann McRobb Associates managing director and operations director Gary McRobb decided to keep it in the family by appointing their 21-year-old son Patrick, who will join the McRobb ranks from full-time work. Family business. Based in … Read more

Commodity outlook 2023: Europe faces strong competition for natural gas.

Falling natural gas prices in Europe in recent months have created a false sense of security. While the current winter looks more manageable, the region will find it difficult to build enough storage for the 2023/24 winter. We will see higher prices next year. European storage is full. Given the circumstances, Europe couldn’t have hoped … Read more

Total Energy to reduce UK investment by 25% after windfall tax

December 1 (Reuters) – (This December 1 story has been corrected in paragraph 5 to change it to £400 million from £500 million) Total Energy ( TTEF.PA ) will cut investment in British North Sea oil and gas projects by a quarter next year after the British government increased a wind curtailment tax on the … Read more

BP receives ‘blood money’ from Russian oil ties, says Zelensky adviser

BP is said to receive “blood money” if it does not cut ties with the state-controlled Russian oil company. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s Chief Economic Adviser Oleg Ustenko has asked BP’s CEO to cut ties with Rosneft. “This is blood money, pure and simple, profit from the killing of Ukrainian civilians,” he wrote in the … Read more

Rolls-Royce uses hydrogen produced by wind and wind power to test a jet engine

LONDON – The plan to reduce the high environmental impact of aviation took a step forward this week Rolls Royce And Light jet They said they have conducted a ground test of a jet engine that uses hydrogen generated from wind power. In a statement this week, the aerospace giant said it should not be … Read more