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World's biggest offshore wind farm to be built in Irish Sea
Applus buys Caparo Testing
Work to start on £1.5 billion Galloper Wind Farm.
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It wasn’t long after workers finished pouring concrete at the bottom of the new eastern Bay Bridge’s tower foundation that the cracks emerged.
Applus has purchased aerospace inspection company Caparo Testing.
Two bodies have been recovered following a search operation at Celsa steelworks in Cardiff.
Norwegian oil company Statoil has announced the closure of its Anchorage office as it withdraws from Alaska
The City of London will get its tallest skyscraper at 22 Bishopsgate. It will eclipse the nearby Heron tower by some 150 feet.
Britain wants to close all of its coal-fired power plants by 2025 and lower their output from 2023, the government said on Wednesday.
US President Barack Obama has announced he is rejecting an application to build the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada.
A floating offshore wind farm will be installed in the North Sea off the coast of Peterhead after the Scottish government gave it consent.
RWE Innogy has announced that work to build the Galloper Wind Farm off theSuffolk coast will start next month.
DONG Energy is to build a 660MW extension to its existing offshore wind farm at Walney located between the north east coast of England and the Isle of Man.
Tata Steel is set to announce later that 1,200 jobs are being cut at its plants in Scunthorpe and Lanarkshire.
Administrators from PwC have been appointed to parts of Caparo Industries' steel operations.
Production is restarting at Newport's Liberty Steel plant, two-and-a-half years after it was mothballed.
A £200m polar research vessel is to be built by a shipyard on Merseyside, securing hundreds of jobs.
The coke ovens and blast furnace at the Redcar steelworks will close after no offers to buy them were received, the Insolvency Service has confirmed.
The building of a £1bn tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay has been delayed until 2017.
A Corrosion Inspector has been ordered to pay $19 million after a corroded pipeline leaked jet fuel at a US airport
Edif acquires Matthews Engineering Training, whilst Rockwood takes over Applied Inspection.
The Hitachi plant in Newton Aycliffe will employ 730 workers assembling high-speed Intercity trains for the East Coast and Great Western main lines.
The Culzean field is expected to produce enough gas to meet 5% of the UK's needs when it reaches peak production.
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