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onshore

towards the land

onshore

[′ȯn‚shȯr]
(geography)
Pertaining to, in the direction toward, or located on the shore. Also known as shoreside.
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52.5%: the proportion of the UK's operational onshore wind turbines based in Scotland.
Dr Patrick Allman-Ward, CEO of Dana Gas, said they were excited to be partnering with BP in drilling the Oligocene play onshore in the Nile delta.
"The evolution of the RMB into an international reserve currency is driving volume growth and diversification in the offshore RMB bond market," says Ivan Chung, a Moody's Senior Vice President, adding "We expect offshore RMB bond issuance to grow even as the USD strengthens and China's onshore interest rate falls."
The company's maps indicate the onshore survey area will cover the area stretching from Jounieh in the south past Tripoli in the north.
BEIRUT: The Lebanese Petroleum Administration will be reviewing a draft bill on onshore petroleum resources before returning it to the government for further assessment, a source told The Daily Star Wednesday on the sidelines of a conference on Lebanon's oil and gas industry.
Onshore wind plants - installed on land, unlike offshore plants which are in the sea - use wind to produce renewable energy with very low greenhouse gas emissions.
Release date- 14082019 - Europe has the capacity to produce more than 100 times the amount of energy it currently produces through onshore windfarms, new analysis from the University of Sussex and Aarhus University has revealed.
[USPRwire, Fri Jul 26 2019] Market Research Hub (MRH) has actively included a new research study titled "Global Onshore and Offshore Kelly Drives Market Insights, Forecast to 2025" to its wide online repository.
LOCATION : Al Dabbiyah (Offshore Field), Rumaitha and Shanayel oil fields (Onshore Fields)
Out of five blocks that are open for bidding, three are offshore and two onshore. And bids are open for both conventional and unconventional resources.