US Nuclear Output in 2018 Surpasses Previous 2010 Peak

US Nuclear Output in 2018 Surpasses Previous 2010 Peak

U.S. nuclear power plants generated 807.1 million megawatt-hours (MWh) of electricity in 2018, surpassing the previous peak of 807.0 million MWh in 2010, the U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) said on Thursday.

Russia Allots 25 Nuclear Education Places to Turkey

Russia Allots 25 Nuclear Education Places to Turkey

The Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom allocated a quota for 25 Turkish students to complete a Master's degree in nuclear energy in St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, the Russian company announced on Friday.

GE to Co-Develop 583 MW Gas Power Plant in Bangladesh

GE to Co-Develop 583 MW Gas Power Plant in Bangladesh

GE Power and Summit, Bangladesh's largest independent power producer, will co-develop a 583-megawatt (MW) combined cycle gas power plant near Dhaka, Bangladesh, the global energy giant announced Monday.

EBRD Offsets Own Carbon Emissions

EBRD Offsets Own Carbon Emissions

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has started offsetting greenhouse gas emissions from its own operations, including office buildings and flights by purchasing carbon credits from a Turkish renewable energy project it financed earlier, the bank announced Monday.

Baku, Moscow Mull Russian Oil to Turkey's STAR Refinery

Baku, Moscow Mull Russian Oil to Turkey's STAR Refinery

Azerbaijan and Russia discussed the possibility of supplying Russian oil to the STAR refinery in Turkey, owned by SOCAR, the Azerbaijani state company, according to Azerbaijani news agency Trend on Monday.

Canada's Valeura Sees Stable, Secure Setting in Turkey

Canada's Valeura Sees Stable, Secure Setting in Turkey

Canada's Valeura Energy considers Turkey as a stable and secure operating environment despite challenging financial circumstances, the company's CEO Sean Guest said on Thursday.

Eni Makes New Gas Discovery in Offshore Egypt

Eni Makes New Gas Discovery in Offshore Egypt

Eni discovered a new natural gas source in the Nour exploration prospect, located in the Nour North Sinai Concession in the eastern Egyptian Mediterranean, Eni announced in a statement on Thursday.

Akkuyu Nuke Power Plant's 1st Reactor Foundation Laid

Akkuyu Nuke Power Plant's 1st Reactor Foundation Laid

The laying of the foundation for the first reactor of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant (NPP) was completed on March 8, Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom said on Thursday.

Eneco, Shell, Van Oord Bid for Dutch Offshore Wind Farms

Eneco, Shell, Van Oord Bid for Dutch Offshore Wind Farms

The Witwind consortium, formed by Shell, Van Oord and Eneco, tendered for the construction and operation of two offshore wind farms in the North Sea, Eneco and Van Oord announced Wednesday.

China-Turkey JV Wins Salt Lake Gas Storage Expansion

China-Turkey JV Wins Salt Lake Gas Storage Expansion

Turkish Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (BOTAS) awarded the design, supply and installation of the second phase of the Tuz Golu (Salt Lake) Underground Storage Expansion Facility to a joint venture between China's Camc Engineering and Turkey's IC Ictas, BOTAS announced on Wednesday.

Natural Gas: Leader in US Electric Capacity in 2018

Natural Gas: Leader in US Electric Capacity in 2018

Natural gas became the leader of all U.S. energy resources for new electric generating capacity installed in 2018, according to a statement by the Energy Information Administration (EIA).