A Day in the Life of an Engineer

To mark International Women in Engineering Day, stories from structural and geotechnical engineers at Rolton Group

Palestine secures electricity distribution from Israel in $775m deal

Palestine and Israel have signed up to a 15-year, $775m deal with the self-ruling Palestinian Authority to put electricity distribution for Palestinians in the West Bank under the control of the Palestinian government. The move also entails the building of four power plants.

$121m oil-fired power plant to be built in Guinea

Te Power has broken ground on a $121m oil-fired power plant in Conakry, Guinea, west Africa.

$121m oil-fired power plant to be built in Guinea

Te Power has broken ground on a $121m oil-fired power plant in Conakry, Guinea.

Women in Engineering series: Back to school

Working with education to develop more women engineers is vital for the energy industry.

Nigerian Senate halts commissioning of gas power plant

Nigeria's Senate has halted the scheduled commissioning of a gas-fired power plant due to a contract dispute between the power ministry and its gas supplier.  

Samsung Engineering sues Saudi Arabia over EPC contract

Samsung Engineering has filed an investor-state dispute settlement suit against Saudi Arabia over a construction contract for a power and desalination plant.

Energy sector digitalization market to hit $64bn by 2025 says BNEF

The market for digitalization in the energy sector is set to grow to $64bn by 2025, analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance has found.

Saudi Aramco CEO plays down electric vehicle threat

The head of the world’s largest oil company has acknowledged the rise in electric vehicles (EVs) but pointed out that it doesn’t represent a real transformation in relative terms.

Battery storage, smart grid and energy efficiency investment tops $1bn

Investment in the battery energy storage, smart grid and energy efficiency sectors has topped $1bn in the first nine months of this year, new analysis has found.

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