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EU approves Czech aid for low-carbon refueling network

The Czech Republic obtained the EU approval for the plans to develop a network of refueling and recharging stations for low-carbon vehicles, as these are in line with the state aid regulations.

read more... 21/08/2017


Innogy enters Irish market, buys wind farm

The German company Innogy has purchased a wind farm in County Kerry, Ireland, thus entering the Irish market. The value of the acquisition of the Dromadda Beg wind farm has not been disclosed, but it is known that it will operate three wind turbines with a 10.2 MW capacity, which received planning approval in May 2014.

read more... 16/08/2017


French regulator grants safety approval for Flamanville reactor

French nuclear regulator ASN is likely to give safety approval for the nuclear reactor vessel being constructed for French utility EDF at its location in Flamanville, as reported in the Le Figaro newspaper.

read more... 09/06/2017


BP gives approval to $500 million gas project offshore Trinidad

BP has given the authorization for its $500 million Angelin offshore gas field development in Trinidad and Tobago to help counterbalance decreasing production in one of the company's major hubs.

read more... 05/06/2017


Statoil will launch production at Gina Krog oil and gas field in June

Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) declared on Wednesday it has given approval for Statoil to start operations at the Gina Krog oil and gas field in the North Sea.

read more... 25/05/2017