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Raízen to spend $1bn on ethanol boost

Royal Dutch Shell-Cozan joint venture to invest in plants making biofuel from sugarcane waste

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Alberta unveils $500 million subsidy for companies building petrochemical processing plants

Province hopes the program will add thousands of new jobs and allow it to win petrochemical investment dollars from Texas and Louisiana that offer similar incentives

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China to relocate almost 1,000 chemical plants in wake of Tianjin blasts

Industry minister, Miao Wei, says local government and companies involved would have to subsidise plans made to help improve pollution levelsLocal governments in China have submitted plans to relocate or upgrade almost 1,000 chemical plants in.

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Drones buzz French nuclear plants

An investigation begins after France's state-owned EDF power company says unidentified drones have flown over seven of its nuclear plants

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Ohio regulators OK 2 deals that subsidize older power plants

With the plans, the power companies got profit guarantees to cover operational costs at certain aging coal-fired and nuclear plants as they modernize the power grid and transition to cleaner energy sourc

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International Monetary Fund's David Lipton can deliver a crushing blow to Brexit

Lipton's reasons for concern partly stem from the weakness of Europe itself which has never fully recovered from the financial crisis

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VW lifts five-year investment to €856bn

More than half of spending on plants will be in Germany

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Two Quebec companies to create Eastern Canada's largest producer of treated wood

DELSON, Que - Two Quebec-based companies are planning to form what they say will be Eastern Canada's largest producer of treated wood, with seven plants in four provinc

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Spies guard nuclear sites from China cyberattack

British spies will scrutinise computer systems and cybersecurity at nuclear plants built by Chinese companies, amid fears that Beijing could.

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UK spies to guard nuke plants built by Chinese firms amid cyberhack fears

Concerns have been raised about the wisdom of asking Chinese companies with links to their country’s armed forces to help build potentially three nuclear plants in England

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Ohio regulators OK 2 deals that subsidize older power plants

With the plans, the power companies got profit guarantees to cover operational costs at certain aging coal-fired and nuclear plants as they modernize the power grid and transition to cleaner energy sourc

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Ex-minister calls for mini-nuclear plants by the dozen

Paterson says renewable ‘impractical and expensive’

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Drones buzz French nuclear plants

An investigation begins after France's state-owned EDF power company says unidentified drones have flown over seven of its nuclear plants

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Politics helps drive France’s newfound commitment to renewables

Critics say shutting down nuclear plants would not make economic sense

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Britons may foot bill for power plants in Europe

s could be forced to pay for the construction of power stations in Europe to keep the lights on in.

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Japan’s plan to restart reactors is welcomed

Japan’s ailing electricity companies have welcomed a government decision to restart the nation’s nuclear power plants, three years after they.

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Alberta unveils $500 million subsidy for companies building petrochemical processing plants

Province hopes the program will add thousands of new jobs and allow it to win petrochemical investment dollars from Texas and Louisiana that offer similar incentives

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Security Risk: Belgium Fears Nuclear Plants Are Vulnerable

The nuclear power plant in Doel, Belgium The country has a troubled history of security lapses at its nuclear power faciliti

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CP exclusive: Ontario proposes new rules for bottled water companies

TORONTO - Ontario is proposing a two-year hold on the creation or expansion of bottled water plants as the government moves to strengthen the rules around water taking permits

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BC introduces pollution benchmarks for LNG plants, with option to buy offsets

Companies looking to build liquefied natural gas plants in BC will need to meet pollution benchmarks for their facilities, or else they will have to purchase offsets or pay into a technology fund, according to new government legislation

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Market’s answer to climate change in danger

Carbon markets, the free-enterprise solution to saving the world from global warming, are now in danger themselv The idea was simple enough: Set a cap on carbon emissions, issue enough permits to allow power plants, refineries and the like to.

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