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Artificial islands in North Sea could power millions of UK homes
Dogger Bank, a windy and shallow stretch of sea 125 kilometers off the East Yorkshire coast isn’t an awful lot to look at, unless you’re an energy firm looking for the perfect place to drop a huge new wind farm. The desolate stretch of the North Sea is being eyed-up for a giant new power hub consisting of three artificial islands that would transfer electricity to the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and Norway, Wired magazine reported.
US marks first retreat on Iran by letting Rhum operate
The US administration beat its first retreat on planned sanctions against Iran, allowing a gas field partly owned by the Islamic Republic in the North Sea to keep operating.
HMS St Albans: Russian warship escorted by UK frigate in North Sea
A British frigate has escorted a Russian warship through the North Sea near UK waters on Christmas Day, the Royal Navy has revealed.
US granted BP license to operate joint North Sea field with Iran
British Petroleum and Iran's state-run oil company received a license from the US Treasury last year to operate joint gas field in the North Sea following the lifting of Western sanctions on Tehran, BP announced on Thursday.

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