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E.ON Ruhrgas and Swiss natural gas buyers' consortium Swissgas have signed a contract for gas deliveries until 2015. The contractual supply volume has been fixed at 10TWh per annum, from October 1, 2010 onwards. From 2010, the deliveries will cover almost a third of Switzerland's annual gas needs.
E.ON UK, an integrated power and natural gas company, has installed the first wind turbine at its Robin Rigg offshore wind farm off the coast of Scotland. The jack-up barges Sea Energy and the Sea Worker are now on site in the Solway Firth installing the wind turbines.
E.ON UK, an integrated power and natural gas company, has begun solution-mining at all eight caverns at its Holford gas storage facility in Cheshire, UK.
Gazprom and E.ON Ruhrgas have signed a memorandum of understanding to create a joint venture that will address the issues of energy conservation and effective energy use.
German utility major E.ON and the French government-funded technological research organization Commissariat a L'Energie Atomique have agreed to co-operate in the field of nuclear energy research.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/edcf14/the_rise_of_renewa) has announced the addition of the "The Rise of Renewable Energy Strategies amongst Major European Utilities" report to their offering.
E.ON and Masdar Initiative, the Emirate of Abu Dhabi's renewable investment vehicle, have partnered for the development of the London Array offshore wind farm project.
E.ON (Germany), power group, plans to invest about CEK 50 bil in electricity and natural gas distribution in the Czech Republic in the following 15 years. E.ON invested CEK 2.5 bil in the Czech Republic in 2007 and CEK 2.75 bil in 2008.
French energy sector equipment and services provider Technip has been awarded a lumpsum contract worth approximately E32 million by E.ON Ruhrgas UK North Sea for the development of the Babbage gas field located in the UK Southern North Sea.
By Anthony Harrington THE argument that nuclear should be part of any low- carbon solution to the UK's power requirements has been put forcefully by Westminster and, unsurprisingly, by the nuclear lobby.
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