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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.
Premier Oil will drill 22 wells at the Catcher field, 100 miles off the coast of Aberdeen.
A Puma drone will be used to survey pipelines, roads and equipment at Prudhoe Bay in Alaska
Television footage showed flames and smoke pouring from the plant in Moerdijk, south of Rotterd
The Energy and Climate Change Committee says nearby nations could capture the emissions from their power stations, then transport the CO2 offshore in pipes.
General Electric (GE) has confirmed that more than 170 jobs are under threat at its aero engine servicing plant at Prestwick.
The topsides and jacket for the Cygnus project left yards in England and Scotland this month.
Built around 50 years ago it was the UK's oldest and least efficient coal-fired power station.
The firm that designed the new Bay Bridge eastern span warned Caltrans as the bridge neared completion that some of its welds could crack prematurely.
The oil company is planning to invest about 600m refurbishing the site and building a new gas plant.
A Pembrokeshire oil refinery could face closure with the threat of up to 400 job losses after talks broke down with a potential buyer.
UK Coal is likely to close two of the last three deep mines in Britain as it battles to stave off insolvency.
BP says it will cease production at its Bulwer Island refinery in Brisbane, Australia, by 2015. BP said the growth of large refineries in Asia made smaller refineries like Bulwer unprofitable.
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Manufacturing giant Siemens and the UK's Associated British Ports are to invest a total of 310m in UK wind turbine factories, creating 1,000 jobs.
The move came after Japanese supplier Mitsubishi Heavy Industries warned Boeing that a change in its manufacturing process may cause cracks.
The company will provide 65 trains for the Crossrail service, which is set to open in 2018. The trains will be manufactured and assembled at Bombardier's plant in Derby.
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