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Drax keen on gas conversion after posting loss

Drax is accelerating plans to convert one of its six units to gas in order to bid for a capacity contract as early as 2019. The news comes on the same day the company announced a pre-tax loss of £83m for the first half of 2017.

Drax confident of making biomass power transition objectives

Drax Group is confident that it will meet its objective of generating half of its power plant from biomass, despite new coal levies threatening short-term profits.

Doosan Babcock wins multimillion Drax emissions deal

UK engineering firm Doosan Babcock has won a multimillion pound contract to help dramatically reduce emissions at Drax, the biggest power station in Britain.

Drax and Mitsubishi partner on bioenergy and carbon capture project

Drax and MHI have agreed to a long-term contract that will see Drax license and use Mitsubishi's unique carbon capture solvent, to capture CO2 at its power station near North Yorkshire.

Drax beats revenue estimates, further commits to biomass

British power company Drax has beat financial analysts’ estimates, reporting revenues of £230 million (US$384 million) for the year ending on 31 December 2013.

Alstom and Drax pick gas partner for CCS project

Gas producer BOC has been chosen to join Alstom and Drax on the team building a carbon capture and storage project in the UK.

Drax wins court appeal over biomass conversion decision

A court has found in favour of one of the UK’s biggest power generators, Drax Group, who had appealed against a decision by the government’s Department for Energy and Climate Change not to accept eligibility of two of the company’s units in an incentive scheme.

Drax CEO confident backup power scheme will lift revenues

The head of UK power producer Drax says the company is in line to benefit from the government’s subsidy scheme.

Drax applies for new coal-fired power plant with CCS

The UK Planning Inspectorate has received plans for a coal-fired power plant intended to use carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology at the existing Drax Power Station site in Yorkshire, England.

Drax and Mitsubishi pilot bioenergy-powered carbon capture technology

Drax has partnered with Mistubishi Heavy Industries to pilot an integrated bioenergy-carbon capture and storage technology in the UK.

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