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      Actis backs solar platform Argo Energy in first South Korean energy...

      Argo Energy becomes Actis’s first renewables investment in South Korea.

      Fugro completes primary phase in first vessel conversion to green methanol...

      A geophysical vessel has been converted in the Netherlands as part of a Fugro-led consortium that will stimulate the green methanol market.

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        PROCUREMENT

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            New report highlights best practice on lifecycle carbon emissions

            A new best practice report for applying scope 3 carbon emissions has been published by global engineering federation FIDIC.

            LEGAL

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              Future leaders: De-risking of construction contracts in a changing climate  

              LaToya Ouna explains that well-structured, clear, concise construction contracts from the procurement stage are key to successful infrastructure projects in an era of decarbonisation. 

              Arup boosts executive team with new general counsel for Australasia

              Key legal appointment at Arup as Gordon Kenwright arrives as new general counsel for Australasia.

              Industry leaders: “Data and technology is a human issue”

              Global experts from across infrastructure and technologies sectors have warned industry not to delay its digital and technological transformation.

              Why aren’t alliancing contracts more widely used in construction?

              Jonathan Cartledge to take over as the new chief executive officer of Consult Australia.

              Beale & Co strengthens international construction team with partnership promotion 

              Beale & Co has promoted construction lawyer Nadir Hasan to its partnership.
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              TRANSPORT

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                Protecting railways from climate-related costs and disruption

                Railways cannot build climate change resilience without collaboration across, governments, businesses, and communities, say the authors of a new rail resilience framework.
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