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Poland: first step in nuclear power

GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy Ltd, a global nuclear alliance created by General Electric and Hitachi, signed a memorandum of understanding with Warsaw-based engineering firm Energoprojekt Warszawa, to start negotiations about building a future nuclear power plant in Poland.

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Daily energy Overview, Tuesday, August 02, 2011

U.S. crude oil futures eased on Monday registering early gains on indicated weak manufacturing data in the U.S. from the Institute for Supply Management. NYMEX crude for September delivery traded at 94.89 dollars a barrel, losing 81 cents after trading between 93.42 and 98.60 dollars.

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Solaria to enter into the UK”s PV market

Solaria Energia Medio Ambientale has inked an important agreement as to provide over 500 rooftop solar PV systems in Northumbria in the United Kingdom. The modules will have a generation capacity between 2kW and 10 kW and will be set on the rooftops of council houses and public buildings. The project will receive funding from the country council.

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Gazprom Neft gets 30% in Cuba’s offshore blocks

Gazprom Neft, the subsidiary of Russian major Gazprom, has inked a Supplementary Agreement to the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) with Cuba's national oil company Cubapetroleo and Malaysia's oil and gas company Petronas on four blocks on the Cuban shelf of the Gulf of Mexico, the company said on Monday.

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Daily energy Overview, Monday, August 01, 2011

U.S. and Brent crude oil futures traded down on Friday as low economic growth data, unsettled debt-limit in the USA and lasting debt crisis in Europe sparked investors worries.

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