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Overhead powerlines to be implemented into the Autobahn for freight cars

A new powerless project for freight cars is being developed by Siemens for the German Autobahn. The eHighway project aims to boost the viability of freight cars in a real-world environment.

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Ireland: ESB will launch UK energy supplier this year

Irish utility ESB is getting ready to launch an energy supplier in Britain later this year, accessing a highly competitive market that is also under inspection from government after the competition regulator found consumers were overcharged billions of pounds.

read more... 14/08/2017

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Daily (14.08.2017): British wholesale gas prices rose on Friday due to an unplanned outage

Oil prices increased on Friday, following the IEA’s report which stated that crude oil stockpiles were now below 2016 levels. The agency also raised its 2017 demand growth forecast in its previous monthly report and declared it expected demand to be further expanded next year. Despite the strong demand, markets remain well-supplied thanks to strong output. Brent rose by almost 0.4% to close at $52.10 a barrel, while WTI price rose by around 0.5% to end at $48.82 a barrel.

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Britain's Tullow starts oil and gas exploration in Zambia

British firm Tullow Oil on Friday launched exploration for oil and gas in Zambia, Africa's No.2 copper producer, as the nation strives to diversify its economy and reduce its dependence on the industrial metal.

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Egypt: LNG imports will be reduced to 80 cargoes in 2017-18 year

Egypt intends to import 80 cargoes of liquefied natural gas during the 2017-18 financial year that started in July, as stated by Petroleum Minister Tarek El Molla on Sunday, or down from the 118 cargoes imported in 2016.

read more... 14/08/2017

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