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ExxonMobil to invest $1billion at Antwerp Refinery
British shipyards complete first Cygnus platform.
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CBC has learned the provincial government regulator DOES NOT require the inspection of pipes at refineries in Saskatchewan.
Oil services firm Wood Group PSN has announced a wage cut for contractors - for the second time this year.
Wales is on course to build the world's first power-generating tidal lagoon
All but one of Britainís ageing fleet of nuclear reactors will have to be closed down within 15 years due to concerns over their economic viability or safety
About 23,000 pounds of a flammable, foul-smelling toxic gas leaked from the DuPont chemical plant in La Porte where four workers died earlier this month
Chemicals giant Ineos is to announce plans to invest up to $1bn (£640m) in shale gas exploration and production in the UK
Four workers were killed and one was injured Saturday during a hazardous chemical leak at a DuPont industrial plant in suburban Houston
A gas leak on a North Sea platform was caused by a corroded pipe which was first spotted five years previously.
Hundreds of jobs are under threat as a proposed deal to buy a Pembrokeshire oil refinery has collapsed.
Engineering group Rolls-Royce has said it is planning to cut 2,600 jobs over the next 18 months and says these will not be the last.
Oil firms BP and GDF Suez have announced the discovery of a new field in the UK Central North Sea.
Fire crews have been battling a major blaze at Didcot B Power Station, Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue has said.At the height of the fire, which broke out in one of the cooling towers, 20 fire appliances were at the scene
A new £24.5bn nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset is to go ahead after it received final approval from European Union regulators.
New cracks found in the core of the Hunterston-B nuclear reactor could threaten operator EDF's plans to extend the Scottish power station's life.
Scotland's largest power station may be forced to close due to the huge sums its operator must pay to connect to the National Grid
The Ministry of Defence has awarded £3.2bn of contracts to support the management of UK naval bases.It said the deals would secure about 7,500 jobs at Devonport, Faslane and Portsmout
Grangemouth plant owner Ineos is to build Europe's largest ethane storage tank after receiving a £230m loan guarantee from the UK government.
ExxonMobil is to spend more than $1 billion on the construction of a delayed coker unit at its Antwerp refinery, in Belgium.
The welding code and construction contract for the suspension-span roadway of the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge each contain a universal rule: 'No cracks.'
Canada has conditionally approved a 730 mile pipeline to bring oil from the Alberta oil sands to the country's Pacific coast.
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