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Daily: Europe prompt power prices down on German holiday

Brent crude futures declined on Thursday due to a weak demand, but prices were supported around $100 by expectations the United States will introduce measures to boost its economy and by signs that European policymakers would find a way to deal with Spain's banking crisis.

read more... 07/06/2012

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“Landmark” energy deal between UK and Norway

The British prime minister, David Cameron singed a new energy agreement with Norway on Thursday, one of the world’s largest exporters of fossil fuels.

read more... 07/06/2012

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Bulgaria, Gazprom to conclude a deal to cut Russian gas prices

Bulgaria and the Russian gas giant Gazprom are looking to conclude an agreement to cut the price of natural gas to Bulgaria by 11.1% and as well as removing intermediary companies from the supply chain in exchange for the country's support for the South Stream gas pipeline project.

read more... 21/05/2012

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UK favors the shift from renewable to new CO2 targets

According to the UK energy and climate chief, Edward Davey, Europe should focus on cutting carbon emissions rather than dealing with a set of green policy targets that expire at the end of the decade.

read more... 16/05/2012

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Enel Green Power inks financing agreement worth EUR 180m

Enel Green Power, a major global operator in the sector of renewable energy generation, through its subsidiary has inked a financing deal with the export Credit Agency and Citigroup in Dania in order to secure 180 million euros to finance the construction of three wind farms.

read more... 07/05/2012

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