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Investments in climate projects, top priority for Sweden

An investment plan of SEK5 billion (£485m) in environmental and climate projects has been announced by the Swedish Government.

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Russia and Egypt start to build Dabaa nuclear plant

Russian leader Vladimir Putin has been invited by Egypt’s president, Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to witness the nuclear power plant construction kick-off in Dabaa.

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Daily (06.09.2017): EU carbon prices jumped almost 10% to their peak of 2017

U.S. oil prices rose on Tuesday and gasoline declined as the gradual relaunch of refineries in the Gulf of Mexico that were closed by Hurricane Harvey increased demand for crude and reduced worries of a fuel supply crunch.

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A 50% reduction in onshore wind costs is possible by 2030

A 50% reduction in onshore wind costs is possible by 2030

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Daily (05.09.2017): Brent price down by 0.8% on Monday, while WTI crude up amid reviving U.S. refineries

Brent price fell on Monday, after North Korea detonated a hydrogen bomb sparking a powerful 6.3 magnitude earthquake, 'escalating' nuclear crisis. This triggered a shift away from crude markets to assets perceived to be safer, such as gold. Brent crude edged $0.41, or 0.78% lower at $52.34. Meanwhile, the WTI had an opposite trend, growing by 0.23% to settle at $47.40 a barrel, as U.S. refineries that use crude to make fuel were gradually starting up again, along with the pipelines transporting products. This is a potentially bullish development for the WTI crude oil.

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