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Europe approves Ineos’ $1.3bn acquisition of Dong’s oil and gas business UK-based petrochemical giant Ineos’ $1.3bn acquisition of Dong Energy's upstream oil and gas business has been approved by the European Commission (EC). Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News
Europe approves Ineos’ $1.3bn acquisition of Dong’s oil and gas business By EBR Staff Writer
UK-based petrochemical giant Ineos’ $1.3bn acquisition of Dong Energy's upstream oil and gas business has been approved by the European Commission (EC).
Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News World’s Biggest Solar Power Plants Solar energy is one of the major alternatives sources of energy that is expected to help in significantly reducing our dependence on fossil fuels for power generation. In recent years, solar power plants are being increasingly installed by many countries across the world to cut harmful emissions and increase clean energy contribution to their energy mix.
Power Generation > Solar > News Mitsubishi, Sumitomo to build 450MW gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Tunisia By EBR Staff Writer
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) and Sumitomo have secured a contract from Société Tunisienne de l'Electricité et du Gaz (STEG) to develop a 450MW gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Tunisia.
Power Generation > Fossil Fuel > News
Braskem to construct $675m polypropylene production line in US By EBR Staff Writer
Brazilian petrochemical company Braskem is set to invest around $675m to construct new polypropylene (PP) production line in La Porte, Texas, US.
Oil & Gas > Refining & Petrochemicals > News Scottish bank invests in Kite’s novel technology for wind energy sector By EBR Staff Writer
Kite Power Systems (KPS), a UK-based company developing a disruptive technology for the wind energy sector has secured a £2m equity investment from the Scottish Investment Bank (SIB).
Power Generation > Wind > News Enel to buy smart energy management services provider EnerNOC By EBR Staff Writer
Enel Green Power North America (EGPNA) has agreed to acquire smart energy management services provider Enernoc for around $250m.
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Europe approves Ineos’ $1.3bn acquisition of Dong’s oil and gas business
By EBR Staff Writer
UK-based petrochemical giant Ineos’ $1.3bn acquisition of Dong Energy's upstream oil and gas business has been approved by the European Commission (EC).
Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News
Braskem to construct $675m polypropylene production line in US
By EBR Staff Writer
Brazilian petrochemical company Braskem is set to invest around $675m to construct new polypropylene (PP) production line in La Porte, Texas, US.
Oil & Gas > Refining & Petrochemicals > News

Power Generation

World’s Biggest Solar Power Plants
Solar energy is one of the major alternatives sources of energy that is expected to help in significantly reducing our dependence on fossil fuels for power generation. In recent years, solar power plants are being increasingly installed by many countries across the world to cut harmful emissions and increase clean energy contribution to their energy mix.
Power Generation > Solar > News
Mitsubishi, Sumitomo to build 450MW gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Tunisia
By EBR Staff Writer
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) and Sumitomo have secured a contract from Société Tunisienne de l'Electricité et du Gaz (STEG) to develop a 450MW gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Tunisia.
Power Generation > Fossil Fuel > News

Power Distribution

Enel to buy smart energy management services provider EnerNOC
By EBR Staff Writer
Enel Green Power North America (EGPNA) has agreed to acquire smart energy management services provider Enernoc for around $250m.
Power Distribution > Utilities Network > News
Vattenfall acquires iSupplyEnergy to foray into UK consumer energy market
By EBR Staff Writer
Swedish energy group Vattenfall has acquired iSupplyEnergy for an undisclosed sum, marking its entry into UK consumer energy market.
Power Distribution > Utilities Retail > News

Mining & Commodities

Alexandria begins 30,000 metre summer drill program at Orenada Zone 4
Alexandria Minerals has begun a 30,000 metre program at its Orenada Zone 4 gold project in Val d'Or, Quebec.
Mining & Commodities > Minerals & Materials > News
Orla Mining to acquire Goldcorp’s Camino Rojo oxide project
By EBR Staff Writer
Orla Mining has signed an agreement to acquire the Camino Rojo oxide project from Goldcorp for an undisclosed sum.
Mining & Commodities > Minerals & Materials > News