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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.
UK engineer Amec has provisionally agreed a 1.9bn takeover of Swiss rival Foster Wheeler
Units at Ferrybridge and Uskmouth to close as power supplier invests in new wind farms and other forms of generation
Grangemouth is set to become the first chemical plant in the UK to receive shale gas from the United States, the site's operator has said.
The 360ft-high rig - the Blackford Dolphin - is undergoing a multi-million-pound refurbishment in advance of a drilling project in the North Sea.
At least 44 people in China have been killed in an explosion after a leaking oil pipeline caught fire in the city of Qingdao, state media has reported.
Latvians have begun three days of national mourning for 52 people who died when a supermarket in the capital Riga collapsed on Thursday.
A 4bn investment in a major oil field off Shetland has been given the go-ahead.
BAE Systems is to cut 1,775 jobs at its yards in Scotland and England and end shipbuilding altogether at Portsmouth.
Political leaders and unions have welcomed news that the Grangemouth petrochemical plant is to stay open after a deal was struck with workers.
France's EDF Energy will lead a consortium, which includes Chinese investors, to build the Hinkley Point C plant in Somerset.
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has announced that the UK will allow Chinese companies to take a stake in British nuclear power plants.
Japan is shutting down its last functioning nuclear reactor, with no timetable for a restart.
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