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EDF Hinkley Point C site preparation

AMEC to partner Chinese nuclear firm

By John McKenna

Engineering contractor AMEC today announced it had signed an agreement with China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) to co-operate across the civil nuclear sector, both in China and the UK.

Energy saving

National Grid awards “shutdown” contracts

By John McKenna

National Grid is in the process of awarding contracts to major energy users such as process facilities to shut down their operations at times of peak demand.

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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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Protective clothing

Protective clothing

Designed to provide protection against a range of potential skin hazards in the workplace, 3M coveralls provide superior levels of protection combined with comfort.

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The Cambridge MBA offers scholarship for process engineers Video

14 Oct 2013 | Updated: 14 Oct 2013

Watch this interview with past LyondellBasell Cambridge MBA Scholarship recipient, now part of a leadership programme with a major energy giant.



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