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Now’s the time to head to the coast to see Maine’s puffins

Bangor Daily News 11 Jun 2021
Charter boats sometimes make the trip, but it’s a little too far offshore to make daily voyages commercially viable ... It’s also a little far offshore, but the Isle au Haut Ferry has a fast boat named Otter, and it takes less than 90 minutes to reach the puffins.
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It's rodeo time; young anglers, Swollfest get spotlight this week

The Advocate 05 Jun 2021
Yes, there were red snapper — lots of them by reports from Friday’s first day — and maybe too many for offshore fishermen to be overjoyed by the prospect of returning to any dock with nothing but these red beauties ... And that’s likely the course most offshore anglers will use for the remainder of the rodeo season.Lest we forget.
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NI’s Randox diagnostics group records massive sales surge on Covid testing

The Irish Times 31 May 2021
Northern Ireland-based medical diagnostics company Randox has reported a massive surge in its revenues following its involvement in Covid-19 testing ... The company was restructured in March 2020, which resulted in its ownership being vested in an offshore entity on the Isle of Man. Mr Fitzgerald remains its ultimate controlling party. .
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Randox diagnostics records big sales surge on Covid-19 testing

The Irish Times 31 May 2021
Northern Ireland-based medical diagnostics company Randox has reported a massive surge in its revenues following involvement in Covid-19 testing ... Research projects ... The company was restructured in March 2020, which resulted in its ownership being vested in an offshore entity on the Isle of Man. Mr Fitzgerald remains its ultimate controlling party ... .
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Orbital plans 15 MW of tidal turbine installs at PTEC by 2025

Renewables Now 20 May 2021
... developer Perpetuus Energy Ltd and The Isle of Wight Council and approved in 2016 ... PTEC noted that while it has offshore consents to place tidal turbines in the sea off the south coast of the Isle of Wight, it is reapplying for planning permission for its onshore substation.
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Smiley: Y'all got a problem with slow talk?

The Advocate 18 May 2021
There are those who maintain that residents of this part of the country have a somewhat relaxed manner of talking ... I left the lunch hungry — and with writer's cramp.Good guess ... Romain, of Raceland, says our story about a youthful, impatient angler "reminded me about when my friend Leonard and I were fishing at a drilling rig offshore from Grand Isle.
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Finance committee relaunches probe into offshore tax evasion with questions over Isle of Man fraud

Canada Dot Com 07 May 2021
Canada has for years struggled to rein in offshore tax avoidance by ... Finance committee relaunches probe into offshore tax evasion with questions over Isle of Man fraud Back to video.
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It’s War – France & Britain Face Off at Sea

Armstrong Economics 07 May 2021
Spread the love. The French and British are at it again, as always. The British Royal Navy and French police boats patrolled offshore from the Isle of Jersey’s port of Saint Helier ... Two Royal Navy ships, equipped with machine guns and helicopter landing pads, were sent to track the French demonstration. Macron sent gunships armed with a cannon ...  . .
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Fishermen’s protest previews offshore wind as potent political issue for Janet Mills

Bangor Daily News 28 Apr 2021
Janet Mills is shaping up to be a major battle in next year’s gubernatorial race as the incumbent’s opponents look to leverage frustration with her long-term offshore wind plan ... Mills has tried to allay concerns by introducing a 10-year moratorium on new offshore wind projects in state waters.
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Vestas plans to expand UK offshore wind manufacturing footprint

Renewables Now 27 Apr 2021
Vestas Wind Systems A/S (CPH.VWS) today announced plans to expand its offshore wind manufacturing footprint in the UK, depending on the volume secured in the country's upcoming Contracts for Difference (CfD) fourth allocation round ... Vestas has been manufacturing blades on England's Isle of Wight since 2002.
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2,000 jobs in the wind if Vestas’s turbine move gains favour

The Times/The Sunday Times 27 Apr 2021
Vestas said that almost 2,000 jobs could result from plans to expand its British operations to produce parts for its new model of offshore wind turbine.Sponsored.
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Isle of Man Ship Registry Flags Subsea 7’s Newest Reel-Lay Ship

The Maritime Executive 24 Apr 2021
The Isle of Man Ship Registry is hailing the continuation of a successful 15-year partnership with Subsea 7 following registration of the offshore energy services firm's newest vessel, Seven Vega. It is the eleventh Offshore Support Vessel built for Subsea 7 to be flagged with the Registry.
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