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Q1 2018

March 7, 2018

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Welcome to the March issue of Global Energy News, proving you with the latest on deals, appointments, research and breaking news in the global energy sector.

In recent news, Sendero Midstream Partners, LP announced on the 1st March that during the fourth quarter of 2017, it had placed into service a new state-of-the-art cryogenic natural gas processing plant capable of processing over 130 million cubic feet of gas per day - along with the initial phases of its natural gas gathering pipeline system, gas compression and dehydration facilities in Eddy County, New Mexico.

In this month’s issue, we discover more about Resen Waves, who is the first company in the world to sell small scale wave energy buoys on commercial terms which can operate in full ocean exposure. Taking time to profile the firm, is Founder and CEO, Per Resen Steenstrup who goes into detail about the innovative company.

In recent news, the UK’s anaerobic digestion (AD) industry has recently welcomed a target from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) for all of England’s soils to be managed sustainably by 2030, calling it an important step in the right direction towards restoring the UK’s soils.

Also in this month’s edition, we discover how energy businesses are increasingly looking to leverage Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to manage and minimise the impact of their operations on the environment. This is a key finding from an independent study commissioned by global mobile satellite company Inmarsat, which found that monitoring environmental changes is the biggest driver of the technology in the energy sector.

Lastly, The City of Portsmouth's Department of Economic Development announced Kalmar USA Inc., a cargo-handling solutions business, will expand its operations in Portsmouth's Midtown business district in March 2018.

Here at Global Energy News, we hope that you thoroughly enjoy reading this edition and look forward to hearing from you.

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