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Brisbane company paid $1.4bn to run offshore processing on Nauru despite no arrivals since 2014

The Observer 11 Apr 2021
And increasingly, defence companies and weapons manufacturers have become deeply embedded in the border industry, with deterrent measures being externalised beyond actual border controls through artificial intelligence, biometric technology, autonomous land and sea border ...
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Mozambique soldiers 'pursuing' insurgents in town near key gas project

Independent online (SA) 26 Mar 2021
Maputo, Mozambique - Mozambican soldiers have launched an offensive to repel insurgents from the northern town of Palma, the hub of a giant gas project, a day after it came under attack, the defence ministry said Thursday ... of a $20-billion (16.9-billion-euro) offshore gas project.
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Mozambique military launches offensive after ISIL attack

Al Jazeera 25 Mar 2021
The attack came shortly after French oil giant Total announced plans to resume construction at the nearby site of a $20bn offshore gas project. Defence ministry spokesman Omar Saranga said Mozambique’s security forces (SDS) were “pursuing the enemy’s movement” and working “tirelessly to restore security and order” ... Brazen attack ... .
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China Contract Catering Market Share, Size, Global Driving Factors by Manufacturers, Growth Opportunities, Regions, Type ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 15 Mar 2021
The report provides a detailed analysis of the emerging trends, opportunities, and as well as the challenges in the market ... Research Report Examines Also. ... By Product Type, Applications & Growth Factors ... By Application Business & Industry Education Hospital Senior Care Defence & Offshore Sports & Leisure ... 1.1.3.5 Defence & Offshore.
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Helicopter firm to buy North Sea aviation operator

BBC News 11 Mar 2021
Helicopter operator CHC Group has announced it is buying the oil and gas aviation business of aerospace and defence giant Babcock. The Aberdeen-based Babcock division provides offshore oil and gas crew transport ...
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Yemen's Houthis attack Saudi oil heartland with drones, missiles

Dawn 08 Mar 2021
The Saudi energy ministry said an oil storage yard at Ras Tanura, the site of an oil refinery and the world’s biggest offshore oil loading facility, was attacked with a drone coming from the sea. The defence ministry said the armed drone was intercepted and destroyed prior to reaching its target.
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Houthi rebels attack heart of Saudi oil industry

Middle East Online 08 Mar 2021
The Saudi energy ministry said an oil storage yard at Ras Tanura, the site of an oil refinery and the world's biggest offshore oil loading facility, was attacked with a drone coming from the sea. The defence ministry said the armed drone was intercepted and destroyed prior to reaching its target.
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Yemen's Houthis attack Saudi Arabia’s oil heartland with drones, missiles

Independent online (SA) 08 Mar 2021
The Saudi energy ministry said an oil storage yard at Ras Tanura, the site of an oil refinery and the world's biggest offshore oil loading facility, was attacked with a drone coming from the sea. The defence ministry said the armed drone was intercepted and destroyed prior to reaching its target.
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Abu Dhabi Ship Building expects revenue growth in 2021 on higher exports

The National 25 Feb 2021
The company, which is part of defence conglomerate Edge, manufactures corvettes, offshore patrol vessels and fast patrol boats ... Defence company Nimr plans to boost military vehicle exports ... ADSB is one of 25 entities that make up Edge – a defence conglomerate formed in 2019 that ...
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Dozens of UK Former Senior Officials Profit from Fossil Fuel Corporations

Consortium News 24 Feb 2021
Defence Board, the MOD’s highest committee ... Sir Malcolm Rifkind, who was defence and then foreign secretary from 1992-7, was from 1997-2005 a director of Sea Energy plc, an offshore energy services company based in Aberdeen which held a number of oil and gas investments in Europe.
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Why India should ban the ban

The Times of India 24 Feb 2021
And we citizens have no option but to fall in line with that choice, since we have given the State, as indeed we give our parents, that power over our lives ... Take alcohol, for instance ... Take the ban on lotteries ... Casinos have moved offshore. And betting on cricket is currently estimated at Rs 4 lakh crore - marginally less than our Defence budget ... .
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Why India should stop being a nanny state and ban the ban

The Times of India 24 Feb 2021
And we citizens have no option but to fall in line with that choice, since we have given the State, as indeed we give our parents, that power over our lives ... Take alcohol, for instance ... Take the ban on lotteries ... Casinos have moved offshore. And betting on cricket is currently estimated at Rs 4 lakh crore - marginally less than our Defence budget ... .
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Three top share tips to profit from the boom in rare earths

Yahoo Daily News 18 Feb 2021
From electric cars to offshore windfarms to defence aerospace, rare earth elements are vital for use in magnets, microchips, batteries and other uses that will be critical for future production of electricity generating and electric vehicles ... The F35 fighter jet, unmanned defence drones and other equipment are heavily reliant.
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Sheffield Forgemasters looks to exploit opportunities in wind power

The Business Desk 17 Feb 2021
Sheffield Forgemasters, one of 12 companies UK to tap into the £1.3m OWGP fund, manufactures for numerous sectors including offshore oil and gas, power generation, materials processing, civil nuclear and defence industries and is working to support the Government’s net zero carbon agenda.
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