BASF is in discussions regarding a potential merger of BASF Group’s oil and gas activities with Letter One’s oil and gas activities bundled in the DEA Group.
Power Machines and Central Piedra Buena S.A. company (a member of the Argentinean power holding company Pampa Energia) have signed a contract for the delivery of a set of blades for the steam turbine rotors of the first power unit of the Piedra Buena power plant.
Rosneft started delivery of the first commercial crude oil from new Erginsky cluster to Transneft pipeline system. The Erginsky startup complex commissioning ceremony was attended by the the Prime Minister of the Russian Government Dmitry Medvedev and Rosneft Chief Executive Officer Igor Sechin.
An opening ceremony for a new compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station of Gazprom – the largest station of its kind in Russia and Europe – took place in Moscow.
Enel S.p.A., through its US-based renewables subsidiaryEnel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGPNA), has started operations of the Rock Creek wind farm in the United States. Rock Creek is the first Enel project to begin operations in the state of Missouri and is the largest operational wind farm in the state.
Enel has been awarded the supply of 1.180 TWh/year to Chilean distribution companies to meet the energy demand of their regulated customers over the 2024-2043 period. The energy will be provided by 116 MWp of solar, 93 MW of wind and 33 MW of geothermal.
“Today Japan’s market accounts for about 20% of Mechel’s coal exports, and we expect to increase this figure in the near future,” Mechel Mining Management Company OOO’s Chief Executive Officer Pavel Shtark commented.
Enel, through its renewable subsidiary Enel Green Power Peru (EGPP), has started operating a nanotechnology-based wastewater treatment plant for the construction site of its Wayra I wind project in Marcona, Ica Region, a one of a kind wastewater treatment plant in Latin America.
A contract for construction of a thermal power plant (TPP) in Pancevo has been executed in Belgrad by TE-TO Pancevo and Chinese Shanghai Electric Group.
The consortium will be investing approximately 120 million US dollars in the project. Ethiopia has all the potential to become a key market for Enel’s strategy in Africa due to its plentiful renewable resources, stable regulatory framework and electrification needs.