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Commenting on the announcement by the UK Government today that it will cut support for onshore wind power, but will give more subsidies for offshore wind energy projects.
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, today launched a public consultation process on the preparation of a Marine Research and Seafood Sector Low Carbon Roadmap.
THE Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute is to make a big push into the UK and Northern Europe following the appointment of the experienced London PR firm Lotus UK to be its marketing and trade representation in that region of the world.
The Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF) has confirmed that it will sponsor the Skipper Expo Int. Aberdeen commercial fisheries show on 30 and 31 May 2014 in a move that highlights the strong industry support for the event.
St Julian’s, Malta – Over 160 participants from
FISHING related companies planning investment have been given at least another six months to source important funding.
Marks & Spencer has put out a recall alert on three of its Scottish mussels products after customers who bought them reported feeling ill
Australis Seafoods and AquaGen announce long term cooperation on salmon genetics and egg production in Chile.
A new three year research project will see aquaculture, agriculture and biogas sectors working together to
develop renewable energy.
Scott Cassell and his Great White submersible are going to great depths to stop ocean devastation.
The key to success for seafood processors is getting product to market in the right condition.
Mayor and Mayoress visit the recently expanded frozen food sales and logistics firm and meet their new apprentices.
THE fast growing Saucy Fish Co has been given another prestige platform to showcase its products. The business took a stand and a live cooking demonstration at the Good Food Winter show, in Birmingham at the weekend
Marel will host the 13th Salmon ShowHow at Progress Point, the all new demonstration and training facility in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 5 February 2014.
THE big Norwegian fishing company Havfisk, formerly Aker Seafoods, has taken delivery of its latest super trawler which will soon be ready to begin operations.
ICELAND FISH CATCH VALUES FALL
THE Icelandic fishing fleet caught fish worth 620 million euros ( 101.4 billion Icelandic kroners) in the period between January and August this year which was down by around 40-million euros - or 6.5 per cent
On the occasion of the First Regional Symposium on Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries in the Mediterranean and Black Sea (27–30 November 2013, Malta)
South Australia’s world-renowned aquaculture sector will be under the spotlight next year as Adelaide plays host to the World Aquaculture Conference.
AquaBounty Technologies, Inc. (AIM: ABTX), a biotechnology company focused on enhancing productivity in the aquaculture market and a majority-owned subsidiary of Intrexon Corporation
Data collected by a scientist now at the University of Liverpool has predicted a dramatic decline in the size of marine animals used as food by humans, due to reduced oxygen levels in the oceans.
· Revenues of £18.4m (Q3 2012: £21.5m) achieved on harvest volumes of 4,531 tonnes (6,607 tonnes)
· EBIT before Biomass Fair Value Adjustment was a loss of £1.3m (profit of £0.1m in Q3 2012) with results impacted by the higher cost of stock that were affected by Amoebic Gill Disease (AGD) during 2012
· Q3 results in line with expectations. Year to date EBIT before Biomass Fair Value Adjustment was £4.3m (2012: nil) on similar year to date volumes
The high level of activity at Lerwick Harbour has meant the port’s latest deep-water quay being brought into use immediately on completion this week as part of an ongoing expansion of facilities.
A NUMBER of countries have been warned they will face a ban on selling fish into European Union countries unless they clean up their act.
Ten Scottish Sea Farms employees have chalked up over 250 years of service to the company and have received awards this month (November 2013).
ICCAT leaves high seas mako fishing unregulated, porbeagles unprotected, and finning ban weak
An innovative spatial management programme aimed at protecting vulnerable seabed habitat whilst simultaneously monitoring,
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