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Sweden agrees to build new nuclear reactors
Shell and Exxon Mobil to upgrade Rotterdam refineries
Centrica to upgrade mothballed Grimsby power station
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Luxury supercar manufacturer McLaren is to build a £50m chassis factory in South Yorkshire - creating 200 jobs.
Two more Royal Navy warships are to be built on the Clyde, the UK government is set to confirm later.
Pembrokeshire oil refinery owners Valero have submitted £100m investment plans for the site.
An £8bn tidal lagoon in Cardiff Bay would be big enough to provide enough electricity for the whole of Wales.
Insurers are looking to reduce the number of super yacht mast failures by carrying out periodic UT inspections.
British Engineering Services has acquired Salford based inspection company Nortest.
Parts of some steam generators at 18 nuclear power units in France may have similar anomalies discovered in the steel of the pressure vessel at Flamanville.
The Swedish government has announced that it will build new nuclear reactors to replace its existing stations.
It was lucky that only three persons were slightly injured after the roof of the Sports Centre at City University collapsed on Friday
Poor-quality welding has kept Canada's submarines docked for months, confirmed the Royal Canadian Navy
The roof of a sports hall at a university in Hong Kong collapsed on Friday, injuring three people.
The death toll in an explosion that struck a Mexican oil plant on Wednesday has reached 13 and could rise further.
Both Shell and Exxon Mobil have announced that they will upgrade their refineries in Rotterdam, this year.
The Torness nuclear power station on the east coast of Scotland is to have its life extended by at least seven years, operator EDF has announced.
An engineering consultant has told the Forth Road Bridge inquiry that a seized pin caused the crack which forced the structure's closure.
At 309.6m, the skyscraper will be 80m taller than the nearby Cheesegrater, which stands at 224m, and will dwarf the180m-high Gherkin.
The bridge has been shut down after the discovery of a crack.
Centrica is to upgrade and return to service the South Humber Bank gas fired power station.
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.