UK based oil and gas explorer to acquire 18% interest in Blane oil field for £60m.
Closure of the Rhum field, 250 miles off the northeast coast off Scotland, could lead to BP loss.
Company intends to invest up to €150m in the UK by 2014.
Project will take place at power station based at the city of Najaf, 160km south of Baghdad.
$300m federal funding to protect health and the environment.
Energy minister hails move as vital for energy security.
The plans to install the new technology in every home in the UK by 2020 posed a new security threat,
US Nuclear Regulatory Commission to reactivate Uranium Resources' license.
Substation to increase urban power distribution network capacity.
Move aims to improve its image, following the worst oil spill in US history.
BP to lead effort to devise new safety device for UK.
Three year pilot scheme to launch this year in 4,500 locations.
Huhne emphasises need for investment in diverse energy sources.
£72.3bn iron ore production joint venture cancelled after regulatory issues.
New 50MW wind farm in Rajasthan to be started before end of year.
Spanish renewables firm to build power plants with aggregate 50MW aggregate capacity.
Partnership to deliver solar power under long-term agreements.
Wylfa was due to close this December, but will continue to generate power until 2012, bringing in £1
Alstom are replacing the existing National Control Centre in Giza and its back up in Abassia.
The contract with the German transmission system operator TenneT is worth $50m.
"Petro Harvester" will focus on conventional exploration and production assets.
The new wind farm will consist of 90 Siemens turbines, each with a generating capacity of 2.3MW.
The offshore wind farm is expected to generate electricity for approximately 340,000 households.
US environmental regulator imposes penalty of $54,397 for violations.
Heating needs of the country would be comfortably absorbed.
Agreement aims to modernise Russia's electrical grid.
More than a third of the approximately 104,000 claimants need to better substantiate their claims.
New wind turbines use IBM software to gather input regarding wind direction, speed and temperature.
A planned drilling programme is scheduled to start in the second quarter of 2011.
The deal is expected to be completed during the first quarter of 2011.