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Van Oord completes deepest ever subsea rock installation

18-Nov-2014 | By

Marine specialist Van Oord has set a world record for the depth of its subsea rock installation work.

Dawn of a new era

UK fracking college gets go-ahead

12-Nov-2014 | By Greg Pitcher

Ministers have agreed to set up a national fracking college as part of a plan to create a wave of shale gas extraction engineers.

Solar road

THE GALLERY | World's first solar cycle lane opens

11-Nov-2014 | By

The world’s first solar cycle lane opens this week in Haarlem, the Netherlands.

Energy and Waste features

CDEGS software

Energy software: Down to earth

New computer software has emerged in the market that is able to visually represent the diffusion of energy into the surrounding environment.

Opinion

Peter Rolton

Independence v oil dependence

4-Sep-2014 | By Peter Rolton

The Scottish independence referendum finally happens next week, with an accompanying debate that grows more convoluted by the day. Both sides of the argument have long since reached fever pitch, with the ‘Yes’ team calling foul play over British government’s refusal to allow an independent Scotland access to sterling currency and the ‘No’ team claiming that the (Scottish National Party) SNP will falter when it comes to joining the European Union as a separate state.

Van Oord

Van Oord completes deepest ever subsea rock installation

Marine specialist Van Oord has set a world record for the depth of its subsea rock installation work.

Dawn of a new era

UK fracking college gets go-ahead

Ministers have agreed to set up a national fracking college as part of a plan to create a wave of shale gas extraction engineers.

Solar road

THE GALLERY | World's first solar cycle lane opens

The world’s first solar cycle lane opens this week in Haarlem, the Netherlands.

Drone

Imperial College to build £1.3M drone laboratory

Imperial College London is to build a new £1.3M laboratory to develop drone technology.

Pylon

National Grid to spend £500M removing 'eyesore pylons'

National Grid is to spend £500M burying electricity cables in AONBs (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and National Parks to reduce the visual impact of overhead lines and pylons.

Gas

CH2M Hill takes £54M hit on power station

CH2M Hill is facing up to major losses on a problem power station contract in Australia.

Road maintenance

Civils contractors push for 10-year investment plan

Civil engineering contractors have called for a 10-year investment plan in UK infrastructure, with only six months until the 2015 General Election.

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson holds first meeting of London Infrastructure Delivery Board

The biggest names in UK infrastructure will meet with Mayor of London Boris Johnson today to discuss the capital’s development plans.

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