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Statoil to Step Up Offshore Norway Exploration

Statoil to Step Up Offshore Norway Exploration

Norway's Statoil (STO) will ramp up its search for oil and gas deposits on the Norwegian continental shelf next year, the company said on Friday.   "We are looking at drilling 25 to 30 wells in Norway in 2018.

BP awards Wood Group with EPC contract for Mad Dog 2 project

BP awards Wood Group with EPC contract for Mad Dog 2 project

Wood Group has again confirmed its strong relationship that will unite them to BP as it wins two new engineering contracts related to the development of Mad Dog phase 2 project.   Following the recently signed global services agreement with BP, Wood Group was then awarded the $4.

Hinkley Point C pylon scheme gets green light

Hinkley Point C pylon scheme gets green light

Plans to erect 140 pylons as part of a new powerline connecting Hinkley Point C to Avonmouth have been given the green light by the Department for Energy & Climate Change.   The new connection will carry 400,000 volts near numero...

£52m energy from waste plant given green light

£52m energy from waste plant given green light

Final close has been reached today on a £51.6m renewable energy power plant to be built in Northampton. The proposed plant will convert 60,000 tonnes of dry waste wood feedstock into 9MW of electricity using gasification technology by Nexterra Systems Corp.

£12m scheme to extend Scotland’s Lerwick Harbour

£12m scheme to extend Scotland’s Lerwick Harbour

Wednesday 9th September 2015 Holiday Inn, Birmingham, UK   The 3rd Annual Utility Week HR Forum once again brings together HR, training, recruitment and people development professionals in a unique forum aimed specifically at the utilities sector.

Scottish Water’s Cowdenbeath Wetlands Project Completed

Scottish Water’s Cowdenbeath Wetlands Project Completed

17 Nov 2015 – 20 Nov 2015Porte de Versailles, Paris, France   Scaling up wind power is crucial to combating climate change. In 2015 the EWEA Annual Event will take place in Paris two weeks before world leaders meet to discuss c...

Jacobs Engineering awarded BP contract in Geel, Belgium

Jacobs Engineering awarded BP contract in Geel, Belgium

Wednesday 4th November 2015 London, UK   With the general election now passed and the new Conservative government established, the Construction News Summit is perfectly timed to explore what they will do to stimulate growth in UK construction industry.

Shell awards $100m installation contract to Subsea 7

Shell awards $100m installation contract to Subsea 7

Norwegian seabed to surface engineering contractor Subsea 7 has been awarded a $100m contract by Royal Dutch Shell Plc for installation work in the Gulf of Mexico.   The contract will see Subsea 7 install 27 miles of 8 inch flowlines...

Nottinghamshire waste from energy plant obtains approval

Nottinghamshire waste from energy plant obtains approval

A £70m energy from waste and recycling plant has received approval from Nottinghamshire County Council and is to be built in the East Midlands.   The Bilsthorpe Energy Centre project, which is to be constructed by Peel Environmental, wil...

Technip awarded large North Sea contract

Technip awarded large North Sea contract

Enquest has selected Technip for a large subsea contract in the North Sea, delivering engineering, procurement, installation and construction for the Kraken development which is located 400km north-east of Aberdeen and 130km east of Shetland.

Birmingham New Street adopts CHP energy scheme

Birmingham New Street adopts CHP energy scheme

The ambitious TuNar project proposes the importation of solar energy generated in Tunisia, North Africa, delivered to Europe via a 450 km undersea cable to a substation near Rome where it will be fed into the European Grid.

Veolia Wins Oil Platform Decommissioning Job in Norway

Veolia Wins Oil Platform Decommissioning Job in Norway

French water and waste group, Veolia Environment, has announced today that it has won a contract to decommission the 14,000 tonne YME oil platform in the Norwegian North Sea.   Head of Veolia UK and Northern Ireland’s Water and...

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