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Scottish renewables company obtains approval for whisky fuel plant

A company has obtained the green light to build a new plant at Scotland’s oil port of Grangemouth to make a petrol replacement from whisky residue. Falkirk Council offered Celtic Renewables an approval to construct a commercial demonstrator plant, which will annually generate over half a million liters of biofuel.

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ENGIE aims to switch to 100% green gas by 2050

French energy firm ENGIE revealed its plans to get rid of natural gas by 2050.

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Daily (13.12.2017): European power prices hit contract peaks on Tuesday, after a blast at an Austrian gas hub

Oil prices declined sharply on Tuesday, as traders took profits after prices increased tto a two-year peak on an unscheduled closure of the pipeline that carries the largest North Sea crude oil grade. Brent crude settled down $1.35, or 2.1 percent, at $63.34 a barrel. U.S. crude ended at $57.14 a barrel, or 1.5 percent lower.

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Notice signed to continue contracts to build four VVER-1200 units at the El Dabaa nuclear plant

Rosatom Director General Alexey Likhachov and Egypt's Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker agreed to proceed with contracts for the construction of four VVER-1200 units at the El Dabaa nuclear power site.

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Baltic Pipe gas pipeline might obtain final approval in late 2018

The final investment decision (FID) for the natural gas pipeline project between Denmark and Poland, the Baltic Pipe, might be taken no later than December 2018.

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