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Magnox has said it plans to cut up to 1,600 jobs across 12 of its nuclear power sites by September 2016.
The historic Govan shipyard has been reprieved, following a review of Glasgow's two naval yards by owners BAE Systems.
SSE has confirmed it will close down one of its two remaining coal-fired plants saying it is no longer economical.
A £25m tidal energy project which works through flying 'kites'" underwater is being launched on Anglesey.
Subsea 7 said proposed redundancies would affect staff and contractors at offices and sites in Aberdeen and the firm's London headquarters.
The future of two nuclear reactors planned for Hinkley Point in Somerset has been thrown into doubt by the discovery of a potentially catastrophic mistake in the construction of an identical EPR power plant in Normandy.
Rolls-Royce has received its largest order to date, worth £6.1bn ($9.2bn), to supply engines for 50 Emirates A380 planes.
AKD Engineering in Suffolk serving the oil and gas sector is to close in June, with the loss of 113 jobs.
Scottish Power has announced plans to close its huge coal-fired power station at Longannet in Fife early next year.
Canada’s energy regulator is investigating up to a dozen new allegations of natural gas pipeline safety-code violations at TransCanada Corp
Four of the world's first electricity-generating tidal energy lagoons could be built in Wales under new plans unveiled today.
A blade control system has been blamed for the destruction of a 100-metre wind turbine near Fintona in County Tyrone.
Developers behind the £1bn Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon have confirmed the majority of the largest turbine components will be made in Britain.
A £1bn plan for a tidal lagoon to generate power in Swansea Bay has been given a funding boost.
An urgent programme of ultrasound tests on more than 3,000 “mega-bolts” on the City’s Cheesegrater skyscraper has been ordered after two broke off from the building.
Harland and Wolff has won a major contract involving work on an oil rig due to arrive in Belfast later this week. It will create work for around 1,000 contractors for a period of between eight and ten weeks.
An investigation is continuing into the collapse of a wind turbine near Fintona in County Tyrone.
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
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