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BP and TotalEnergies have scored leases to develop innovative offshore wind projects to reduce emissions and provide power to North Sea oil and gas platforms.
Drought in Spain, the world's largest olive oil producer, is likely to halve the country's output this year compared with the previous year, official estimates from the European Commission show, pushing prices up. Spain usually supplies about 40% of the world's output. Only the EU's third biggest largest producer, Greece, which was not hit by the weather conditions, was expecting production to improve, though not enough to offset the decline in Spain.