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German, Canadian reactors set new world records

The single-unit Grohnde nuclear power plant in Germany has produced more than 400 terawatt hours of electricity since it started up in 1984 - the only reactor to have achieved this milestone. Meanwhile, unit 1 of Canada's Darlington nuclear power plant has set a new world record with 1106 consecutive days of continuous operation.

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Daily (08.02.2021): European carbon prices gained 2.5% on Friday, reaching another record-high

Oil prices edged higher on Friday, as OPEC members maintained optimism regarding recovery of global demand for black gold, at the same time continuing to enforce supply control policies. As a result, Brent crude increased by 0.9% to $59.34 a barrel, and WTI oil closed 1.1% higher at $56.85 a barrel.

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Denmark to build North Sea 'energy island'

DENMARK said last Friday that it has approved plans to build an artificial island in the North Sea that could generate wind power for at least three million households.

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French nuclear retreats from 12-month high amid early start to 2021 maintenance

French nuclear generation availability is trending lower with three reactors scheduled to come offline for maintenance Feb. 6, market data showed Feb. 5.

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Ukraine’s exchange launches gas storage trading

Ukraine's energy exchange UEEX plans to introduce trading products for gas held in underground storage facilities under the customs-free warehouse regime from late April.

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