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Annoyance is just so…annoying

Annoyance /  əˈnoi-əns / noun
•the feeling or state of being annoyed; irritation:
“a look of annoyance on his face”
“annoyance at government interference”
“he turned his charm on Tara, much to Herbert’s annoyance” 330 more words

Reviews/Stories

North Sea helicopter crash survivors seek £5m payout

Survivors of a North Sea helicopter crash in which four people were killed are seeking compensation of over £5 million.

Nine passengers on the helicopter which went down off the coast of Shetland are each taking legal action against the aircraft operator claiming their lives have been destroyed by the crash. 503 more words

Oil And Gas

Jurassic coast 'at risk' from giant new wind farm

Plans to build 121 giant offshore wind turbines by Dorset could see the UK lose its only natural World Heritage Site, according to campaigners.

It is some of Britain’s most spectacular coastline, home to rare fossils, rock formations and almost 100 miles of unspoilt beaches, headlands and cliffs. 731 more words

Renewable Energy

MAKE USE OF POWER ASCENDER TO REACH GREAT HEIGHTS

Power ascender is a mechanical device used for climbing and rescuing people. These are powered devices that enable you to climb walls sides of buildings, mountains, and in ascending places with the pull of a trigger. 186 more words

Blade Repair Training

OFFSHORE WIND TURBINES ON THE EDGE OF SETTING NEW RECORDS

Offshore wind turbines relate to the setting up of turbine far out to the sea to have effective and stronger wind effect on producing energy. This means requiring new and innovative means of designing turbines. 160 more words

Blade Repair Training

Rampion Offshore Wind Farm receives green light with £1.3bn investment

Energy firm E.ON confirmed it will invest in and build the £1.3bn Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, which will be situated 13km off the Sussex coast. 471 more words

Renewable Energy

Advances in robotics have potential in offshore oil and gas

Autonomous underwater robots offering many of the same benefits as aerial drones

When an oil company is drilling for oil thousands of feet below the ocean surface, the remotely-operated vehicles doing most of the work can trace their DNA back to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts. 373 more words

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