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Rolls-Royce Releases UK Small Modular Reactors Shortlist
Seven sites are in the running for the first Rolls-Royce SMR power station which will have the capacity to generate 470MW of low carbon energy.
Floating Offshore Wind
Five Areas Flagged for Floating Wind Development in Celtic Sea
Five broad areas for the development of floating offshore wind have been identified in the UK waters of the Celtic Sea by the Crown Estate, the British Queen’s ‘sovereign public estate’.
Vattenfall Starts Filling Up 200MW Thermal Storage Tower in Berlin
Swedish public utility Vattenfall is about to start filling a 45m-high, 200MW-rated thermal energy storage facility with water in Berlin, Germany.
Norway Ramps up Natural Gas Production to Combat Energy Crisis
Norway’s authorities have approved applications from operators to boost production from several gas fields, the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy said on Monday, expecting record gas sales via pipelines to Europe this year.
The Canadian Government Will Not Fund New LNG Terminals
According to Canada's Natural Resources Minister, Canada will not financially support the two new LNG export projects that have been proposed.
“Total Halt of Russian Energy Exports to Europe Could Put UK’s Energy Security at Risk”
Europe could face a ‘severe recession’ if Vladimir Putin turns off the gas flows, according to a report
Nuclear Power Plant
Jacobs Joint Venture to Plan $100M Norway Nuclear Decommissioning
Norway’s state nuclear decommissioning body Norsk Nukleær Dekommisjonering has selected a joint venture between Jacobs and Multiconsult Norge to plan the decommissioning of the country’s nuclear facilities.
South Korea, Poland Cooperate in Nuclear Power, Defense
Discussions also covered development of hydrogen, battery and CCUS.
Fire at Norway’s Mongstad Oil Refinery Extinguished
The incident, which was reported at 5.46am yesterday, occurred in a section of the refinery that produces gasoline, leading to parts of the plant involved in production of some refined products affected
Businesses ‘Plan to Invest £13.6BN in Electrifying Their Fleets’
Almost 62% of UK businesses expect to have a 100% electric fleet by 2026
Putin Signs Decree to Seize Control of Project Partly Owned by Shell
Shell has a 27.5% stake in the oil and gas project
UK’s LNG Imports Doubled in First Quarter
UK’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports in the first quarter of 2022 reached the highest level recorded over a decade.
Australia Forecasts Record Mining, Energy Export Sales for 2023
Australia's mining and energy export revenues are forecast to climb 3% to a record A$419 billion ($286 billion) in the year to June 2023, buoyed by surging coal and gas prices.
Geothermal Power Plant
Slovakia Makes EU Funds Available for Geothermal Exploration Drilling
With the new European funding program, Slovakia has made EU funds available for geothermal exploration drilling, thus addressing the riskiest phase of development.
Nuclear Power Plant
EU Investigates Czech Support for New Nuclear Power Plant
The nuclear plant in Dukovany will have a capacity of up to 1,200MW and is scheduled to start operating in 2036
UK Invests £162M in Africa’s Energy Industry
Shell to Take Over as Operator of Gulf of Mexico Field From Equinor
South Korea, Saudi Eye Energy Cooperation
Australia, India Strengthen Clean Energy Deal
SSE Thermal and Equinor to Buy UK-Based Triton Power for £341M
Solar Philippines Secures 70% Of Government’s RE Auction