Tag: energy

Metso completes acquisition

Metso has announced that it has completed the acquisition of GE Energy’s Lachine Main Plant, a heavy fabrication and machining facility located near Montreal, Canada.

Big oil investment in Russia

India is planning large investments in Russia’s energy sector as part of its strategy to secure foreign petroleum assets to meet the oil demand of its rapidly growing economy.

Zambia: hydro accord

The Zambia Electricity Supply Company (ZESCO) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Farab International of Iran for construction of the USD 100 million Itezhi-tezhi hydropower plant on the Kafue River.

Air pollution control

Alstom has received two orders from Germany for its air pollution control systems

Italy plans energy shake-up

After the recent black-out in Italy, government said it was preparing to rush into law a special decree to clear the way for the swift construction of new power stations.

Rail/energy project to run on stainless

United Steel Workers of America (USWA) have endorsed assistance to build a USA-wide rapid transit rail system made of stainless steel called "The Interstate Traveler Project", based in Michigan.

Venezuela and Brazil to sign pact

The respective presidents of Venezuela and Brazil, Hugo Chavez and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, will sign a number of energy sector agreements later this week.

Philippines and UK in energy co-operation

The Philippine and British governments have inked a memorandum of understanding to co-operate in the energy sector, particularly in the development of the archipelago's indigenous and renewable energy resources.

Valve World 2002 brings sales success to SSF

Stainless Steel Fasteners, a world leader in bespoke fastener solutions, has reported that its attendance at the Valve World Exhibition was an overwhelming success, with the expectation of two large orders from Spain and Russia.

Iran and EU in double pact

Iran and EU have signed two memorandums of understanding (MOUs) on energy affairs.