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BWSC held unfair advantage in public tender

Few employees in one division were acting independently of the company's management, states BWSC Chief Executive after the Danish state attorney concluded that a violation of tender regulation took place – and it is highly probable that the case involves bribery.

Keeping the lights on after Brexit: No-deal's impact on energy

The UK will leave the European Union on March 29 and so far there is no agreement to replace the rules and regulations that govern vital trade between Britain and the rest of the world. If a no-deal happens, here is what it could mean for the country's energy industry.

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Glencore sets cap on its coal production

Swiss commodity trader Glencore aims to limit its coal production to "current levels" in a part of its climate change mitigation efforts – a decision that could raise the price of thermal coal, a Wood Mackenzie analyst assesses.

Ørsted sees France as far more mature for offshore wind

The energy company is returning to the French offshore wind market, which was suspended three years ago due to a lack of project oversight. Ørsted declines to comment on the distribution of ownership in the new setup, which involves French oil major Total.

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Ørsted sees France as far more mature for offshore wind

The energy company is returning to the French offshore wind market, which was suspended three years ago due to a lack of project oversight. Ørsted declines to comment on the distribution of ownership in the new setup, which involves French oil major Total.

US Vestas project receives approval

Apex Clean Energy has received a green light to install the third phase of the project Dakota Range in South Dakota, which is deliberating on deploying Vestas' largest wind turbine model.

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