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Uniper rejects Fortum’s €8.05bn takeover offer
By EBR Staff Writer
German energy company Uniper has rejected a €8.05bn takeover offer from Finnish state-controlled utility Fortum saying that the amount undervalues the company.
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EthosEnergy wins $3m services contract from Island Energy
EthosEnergy has been given a contract worth around $3m by Island Energy Services for a five year long term service agreement at their plant in Kapolei, Hawaii.
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Wison, Shanghai Electric collaborate to develop floating LNG power barge
By EBR Staff Writer
Wison Offshore & Marine has entered into a strategic cooperation with Shanghai Electric Power Generation Group to jointly develop a medium to large-scale floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) power generation barge.
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California Resources closes new term loan of $1.3bn
California Resources has successfully closed a $1.3bn first lien secured term loan facility (2017 Term Loan).
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Kentucky Utilities to retire 272MW coal power plants in 2019
By EBR Staff Writer
Kentucky Utilities Company (KU), a subsidiary of LG&E and KU Energy, plans to retire two aging coal-fired power plants with a combined capacity of around 272MW in the US state of Kentucky.
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Siemens to cut around 7,000 jobs as demand for gas turbines falls
By EBR Staff Writer
Siemens will lay off 6,900 jobs across its global energy business as part of a restructuring move, amid a decline in demand for traditional power generation.
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South Carolina Electric & Gas to acquire 540MW power plant in US from Columbia Energy
South Carolina Electric & Gas Company has entered into an agreement in principle to purchase a 540MW combined-cycle, natural-gas-fired power plant from Columbia Energy for $180m.
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ETW Energietechnik expands modern energy supply concept of German universities
ETW Energietechnik says that the basic supply of power and gas to the economy is one of the pillars of the Energy Industry Act.
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GE to upgrade Azito combined-cycle power plant in Ivory Coast
By EBR Staff Writer
GE’s Power Services business has signed an agreement with Azito Energie to provide hardware and digital upgrades to the Azito combined-cycle power plant located in the Yopougon district of the Ivory Coast.
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MHPS starts construction on $2bn Cirebon power plant expansion in Indonesia
By EBR Staff Writer
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has commenced construction work for the $2bn Cirebon expansion project to add a new 1GW coal-fired power plant in West Java Province, Indonesia.
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PGE Polska completes acquisition of EDF Polska’s assets for €1.4bn
By EBR Staff Writer
Poland’s PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna has completed acquisition of EDF's Polish power and heating assets for around €1.4bn, to improve the country’s energy security.
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TNB, PLN sign MoU to develop 400MW coal-fired power plant in Indonesia
By EBR Staff Writer
Malaysia-based Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and Indonesian state-owned power utility PLN Persero (PLN) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop a 400MW coal-fired power plant in Indonesia.
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NTE Energy begins work on 500MW Reidsville gas-fired plant in North Carolina
By EBR Staff Writer
NTE Energy has commenced work on a new 500MW natural gas-fired power plant to be built with an investment of $500m in North Carolina.
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Insurance companies pull out $20bn investments in coal, says report
By EBR Staff Writer
Insurance companies have pulled out $20bn of investments in coal and a significant number of them are considering to end underwriting for new coal projects, according to a new industry scorecard from the Unfriend Coal campaign.
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Siemens to supply gas turbines for 200MW Afghan gas-fired power plants
By EBR Staff Writer
Siemens has signed an agreement with Bayat Power and the Afghanistan government to provide gas turbines for a 200MW three-phase energy project to be built with an investment of $250m.
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