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Didcot B power station

Fire halves Didcot capacity Video

By John McKenna

The 1.4GW Didcot B power station will run at half its generating capacity for the foreseeable future after a fire damaged four of its cooling towers last night.

Peterhad CCGT plant, Aberdeenshire

Wood Group wins Shell CCS FEED

By John McKenna

Shell hires Wood Group’s subsea engineering division for subsea and pipeline design of Peterhead Carbon Capture and Storage project.

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Nuclear engineers

Nuclear power

By John McKenna

The Office of Nuclear Regulation became an independent public organisation in April. Chairman of the regulator Nick Baldwin tells John McKenna what this change means for the engineering community.

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BP plant operator

BP seeks future leaders in recruitment drive

Oil giant aims to recruit up to 30 leaders globally for businesses including Refining & Marketing and Safety & Operational Risk.

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AD facility

There’s something about AD

By John McKenna

Why are big firms like GE acquiring UK anaerobic digestion companies?

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Onsite chemical analysis

Quantitech has launched the FROG-4000, a rugged, portable instrument capable of analysing trace levels of individual volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in air, soil and water.

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