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Ireland’s renewable electricity scheme gets EU approval

Ireland’s Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) has passed EU state aid rules, allowing it to take provide funding for future renewable projects.

read more... 22/07/2020

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European Energy Wins Approvals for Two Offshore Wind Farms in Denmark

Renewables developer European Energy A/S has received the approval of its environmental impact assessments (EIA) for two of its offshore wind projects, Omø South and Jammerland Bay in Denmark.

read more... 28/05/2020

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Oil Price Crash Could Wipe Out $131 Billion In New Projects

The double supply-demand shock in the oil market could lead to companies deferring as much as $131 billion worth of oil and gas projects slated for approval in 2020, with everyone in the industry--from Big Oil to the small players--is feeling the pain of the oil price crash and looks to weather the storm.

read more... 25/03/2020

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Uniper power plant in Gelsenkirchen-Scholven: Groundbreaking ceremony for new gas and steam plant

Uniper has begun construction of two new gas turbines and a steam boiler at the Scholven power plant site after the Münster district government granted approval before Christmas. The new gas and steam plant is to replace the existing plants in the future. The conversion of the site to operate with natural gas will not only massively reduce the emission of climate-damaging substances such as CO2. Also, the noise impact from the plant itself and from fuel supply trucks will be significantly reduced, as the gas will be delivered by pipeline.

read more... 07/02/2020

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Romania's Romgaz to hire advisor on possible buy of ExxonMobil stake in Black Sea project

BUCHAREST (Romania), February 5 (SeeNews) - Romanian natural gas producer Romgaz [BSE:SNG] said that it is seeking the approval of its shareholders to hire an advisor on the possible acquisition of a stake in Neptun Deep offshore gas project in the Black Sea held by ExxonMobil.

read more... 05/02/2020

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