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France and Russia Form Nuclear Hydrogen Partnership

France and Russia’s EDF Group and Rosatom recently announced the signing of an agreement for nuclear hydrogen production. The purpose is to promote clean H2 projects taking place in both Russia and in Europe. According to Rosatom, developing H2 technologies will play an integral role in the Paris Agreement’s implementation. …

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Total Produces Sustainable Aviation Fuel in France

Oil major Total has begun producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) made from used cooking oil at its La Mède biorefinery in southern France and its Oudalle facility near Le Havre to be delivered to French airports this month. Oil major Total has begun producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at its …

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Oil Industry Hit Hard by New Travel Restrictions

A slump in Europe’s travel industry could have a knock-on effect for oil and gas as lockdowns spread across Europe once again. European airline shares plunged this week as Germany, France and Italy all announced new lockdown measures to be introduced over and beyond the Easter period. Vacation travel is …

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Total Makes Fresh Discovery Offshore Suriname

This latest discovery follows previous discoveries at Maka Central, Sapakara West, and Kwaskwasi announced in January, April, and July 2020, respectively. Total said on Thursday that the well was drilled by a water depth of about 725 meters and encountered a total of 63 meters net pay of hydrocarbons. This …

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France Delays U.S. LNG Deal on Environmental Concerns

France’s government has asked local power group Engie, in which it holds more than 20 percent, to delay the signing of a 20-year deal worth US$7-billion to buy liquefied natural gas (LNG) from a planned export project in Texas due to concerns over gas production emissions, Politico reported, quoting sources …

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