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Weekly update, 26th August

30th Aug, 2013

Energy/ Business Services: Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission Ltd (part of the SSE Group) is developing proposals for a new 132kilovolt overhead line between the proposed new Thurso South substation at Geiselittle and a new substation at Phillips Mains near Mey. It has recently published a consultation document on the proposals, which can be viewed at […]

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Weekly update, 23rd August

23rd Aug, 2013

Energy/ Business Services: Members of the Partnership met this week with representatives of Global Energy Group and the Nigg Skills Academy as we continue to develop proposals to ensure that our area workforce is prepared to take advantage of future employment opportunities. Whilst the Caithness Chamber of Commerce-led “Make The Right Connections” programme has been […]

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Weekly update, 16th August

16th Aug, 2013

Energy/ Business Services: Scrabster Harbour’s new pier continues to attract business from the energy sector. Following usage of the pier by large oil support vessels the most recent use was by Orkney renewables company Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd, whose prototype tidal device was taken out of the water at Scrabster for scheduled operations and maintenance […]

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CNSRP statement on GMB press release

15th Aug, 2013

Eann Sinclair, CNSRP Programme Manager said “The partners in CNSRP are puzzled and disappointed by the statements made by GMB. The Thurso & Wick Trades Council represents all of the trades unions at work in the north, and is kept fully involved in the work of the Partnership. We believe that real progress has been […]

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Weekly update, 9th August

09th Aug, 2013

Energy/ Business Services: I met this week with representatives of Asco, the Aberdeen-based logistics company that took over Scrabster Port Services last year. Asco are currently looking at further business development opportunities in Caithness, so it was good to discuss current CNSRP activities and to highlight opportunities where CNSRP partners could provide help. To mark […]

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