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Norway's August Oil Output Beats Forecast, Gas Lags
Norway's oil production beat official expectations in August, while its natural gas output lagged, preliminary data from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate showed on Thursday.
Eni Launches First-Ever Energy Compact
The company aligned some of its energy transition goals with UN-backed initiatives.
Offshore Wind Power
GE Renewable Energy and ACTA MARINE Sign Offshore Wind Energy Contract
The wind farm, located off the coast of Saint-Nazaire, is managed by a consortium between EDF Renouvelables and Enbridge, and will be one of the first commercial wind farms in France.
Petrofac, Protium Team up to Deliver Green Hydrogen Projects
Clients will benefit from the ‘expedited delivery’ of schemes that are ‘both innovative and bespoke’
PowerChina Plans to Enter European Green Energy Market via Serbia
Power Construction Corporation of China, one of the world’s largest companies by revenue, wants its first European renewable energy investment to be realized in Serbia.
Gasunie Gas Pipeline Operator Testing Hydrogen Storage
The Dutch company has converted a section of a salt cavern storage facility for the purpose.
Companies Sign Agreement to Increase Ukrainian Power Output
Westinghouse Electric Company and Ukrainian company NT-Engineering LLC have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation to implement maintenance optimisation and system repair projects for VVER reactors.
Nuclear Power Plant
Uranium Mining goes Digital in Russia
'Digital' mining has started at the Khokhlovskoye uranium deposit in Russia, Rosatom subsidiaries announced. Operators have full information on the process and its environmental effects, as well as simulation of their options.
Nuclear Power Plant
Second Belarusian Reactor Nears Operation
Ostrovets 2 is at the hot test stage of commissioning and should begin generating electricity next year.
UK Power Sector Could See Tidal Wave Of Bankruptcies
More UK energy suppliers are set to go bust as soaring gas prices are putting an unprecedented cost burden on smaller electricity and gas providers, the head of the UK's energy regulator said on Wednesday.
Wind Power Project
ABANCA and Endesa Sign a Long-Term Galician Wind Energy Supply Agreement
ABANCA and Endesa have signed a renewable energy collaboration agreement to cover most of the electricity demand of the financial institution with Galician energy for the next ten years.
Lithuania Limits Electricity Imports from Belarus
Litgrid CEO Rokas Masiulis said that, on the first day of the new system the maximum transmission capacity of 262MWe from Belarus to Lithuania was set.
Siemens Energy and Sumitomo to Partner on Irish-UK Interconnector
Siemens Energy and consortium partner Sumitomo Electric have signed a contract with Greenlink Interconnector Limited.
Repsol to Start up Green Hydrogen Electrolyser
Repsol will start up the first electrolyser in the northern Spanish region of the Basque Country in 2H22, to produce renewable hydrogen at its Petronor refinery.
Rosatom Starts ATF Operation in a Commercial Reactor
Research, design and testing of the accident tolerant fuel in TVEL Fuel Company is provided and coordinated by the Bochvar Institute of Inorganic Materials.
Belgium’s Parkwind Secures Funding for German Floating Wind Farm
World Bank Approves Loan for Hydropower Plant in Indonesia
Octopus to Acquire 181MW Oz Project from RES
UAE and South Korea in Talks to Deepen Trade Ties
National Grid Acquisition of PPL WPD Investments Approved by CMA
Abu Dhabi’s Taqa Looks to Sell UK, Dutch Oil and Gas Assets