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Onshore, these are often plowed into a rancher or farmers field for fertilizer.
As the oil moves onshore it may be a viable solution.
But to do it, the countries would have to pretty much tap every resource they have, both onshore and off.
But the biggest deterrent to offshore borrowing is the difficulty of getting the money back onshore again.
In combination, he thinks, these things will bring the price of offshore wind power into line with that of its onshore cousin.
The only permanent solution is to smash the pirates' onshore infrastructure and to pursue and destroy their ships at sea.
The work has rapidly become an onshore mop-up exercise rather than an offshore recovery, partly due to the nature of the oil.
Layers of oil are being found buried beneath the surface, both onshore and deep at sea.
No one onshore was supposed to know where they were.
Built along shorelines, onshore wave power systems extract the energy of breaking waves.
Built along shorelines, onshore wave power systems extract the energy in breaking waves.
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