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Task force advises UK to use shale gas revenue for CCS

A shale gas industry task force is recommending that revenues from the industry be used to fund the development of carbon capture and storage projects.

GDF Suez to ship power to Argentina

Chilean power generator AES Gener is about to begin energy transfers to and from Argentina.

Engie axes plans to build 500 MW coal-fired power plant

Engie (formerly GDF Suez) has confirmed that it will not now go ahead with the building of the  Łęczna coal-fired power plant in Lublin, Poland.

Engie not open to full acquisition of Areva

The head of Engie says the company are not interested in fully acquiring struggling Areva, but would prefer working with them on particular lines.
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GDF Suez wins power purchase agreements for UK biomass plants

GDF SUEZ Energy UK has been awarded two new power purchase agreements (PPAs) for biomass power plants in England.

Right to sell Mindanao coal power attracts 12 bidders

Twelve power companies have expressed interest in bidding to sell the output from a coal-fired power plant on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.
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Double voting rights to suit French energy sector plans

The French government is set to use the recently enacted Florange law in order to boost its finances without losing overall control of key energy sector assets.

GDF looks to double renewable capacity in a decade

Europe’s largest gas network operator is seeking to expand its European renewable power generation capacity to double its present strength.

NMP loses contract at Sellafield nuclear power plant in UK

The UK government has stripped the consortium Nuclear Management Partners of the £9bn contract to clean up nuclear waste at Sellafield.

Egypt picks 109 renewable projects for FiT scheme

A total of 94 companies have prequalified for Egypt’s feed-in tariff renewable energy scheme.

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