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Renewables generated triple the power of coal in 2017, UK figures show

Renewables generated triple the power of coal in 2017, UK figures show

An analyis of energy figures has shown that wind farms generated more electricity than coal plants on more than 75% of days this year.   The figures – provided by BM Reports and Sheffield University – reflect a year in which a number of green records have been set for the power

The Belaz75710 – the world’s biggest mining truck

The Belaz75710 – the world’s biggest mining truck

Belaz, a state-owned company from Belarus has created the largest dumptruck in the world. The Belaz 75710 is more than twenty metres long - the length of two double decker buses parked tail to tail – is almost ten metres wide and is eight metres high.   Weighing 360 tonnes when empty,

Tide turns for Ocean floor mining

Tide turns for Ocean floor mining

Nautilus Minerals’ vision of mining the ocean floor for gold, copper and silver has taken a major leap forward with the settlement of a long standing dispute with the Papua New Guinea (PNG) government.   Nautilus has pioneered the idea of commercial deep sea mining, winning the

Outlook brightens for mining in 2014

Outlook brightens for mining in 2014

  Funding for mining developments and for mergers and acquisitions activity is expected to pick up significantly in 2014 and confidence is returning to the sector according to a report from consultants Ernst & Young.   There is little doubt that growth is back on the mining and

Tungsten mining to start in Devon

Tungsten mining to start in Devon

Mining for tungsten and tin is to get under way in Devon next year after Australian miner Wolf Minerals obtained final environmental clearance for the open cast development.   Construction works are to start in January on the site at Hemerdon, near Plymouth, after the Environment Agency

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What To Look Forward to in the 4th Year of AMP6 and Beyond

What To Look Forward to in the 4th Year of AMP6 and Beyond

As we move into the 4th year of the 5-year cycle of AMP6, and with AMP7 on the horizon in 2020, the UK will continue to see a shift in focus to increasing efficiency and decreasing total expenditure for companies. In recent AMP periods, the focus lied in increasing value for customers (i.e.

Congratulations to Barhale on Their Recent Award

Congratulations to Barhale on Their Recent Award

At Anglo Technical Recruitment, we pride ourselves on aligning with best and the brightest individuals and organisations. We are honoured to work with Barhale, recent recipient of the New Civil Engineer 2017 ‘Specialist Tunnelling Project of the Year’ for the Elan Valley Aqueduct (EVA)

What Does Carillion’s Collapse Mean?

What Does Carillion’s Collapse Mean?

The ever burgeoning construction job market took a major hit with the announcement of the construction giant Carillion’s liquidation. Carillion, the second largest construction firm in the UK, also provides public services, facilities management, and maintenance through contracts with small

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