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Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has announced it is to shed 6,500 jobs as part of cost cutting plans.
British Gas owner Centrica is cutting 6,000 jobs as it reports a doubling of profits at the British Gas business in the first six months of the year.
Unite members of the Offshore Contractors Association (OCA) have rejected proposals over changes to shift rotas and terms and conditions.
Denmark has got EU approval for a 19km (12-mile) undersea road-rail tunnel that will cut journey times to Germany.
Work to complete the biggest shale gas tank in Europe is continuing at the petrochemical plant in Grangemouth.
The bad news for the San Francisco Bay Bridge tower just got worse: cracks have been discovered on some of the rods that are part of the tower foundation
One of the last three deep coal mines in the UK is to be closed by the end of the week, with the loss of 430 jobs
The NTSB concludes there were two main causes of the explosion: the failure of a defective welding joint and a breach in the sewer line that washed away the ground supporting the gas main
The building of a 1bn tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay has been given the go-ahead by the UK government.
A 300m deal to build the six-mile wall for the world's first tidal lagoon power plant in Swansea Bay has been awarded to a company from China.
Alton Towers has been closed while an investigation continues into a 'dreadful' rollercoaster accident that left four people with serious injuries.
Another steel rod anchoring the foundation of the new Bay Bridge eastern span tower failed a critical strength test, Caltrans officials acknowledged Wednesday
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.
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