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Praxair Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, a subsidiary of Praxair, Inc.
MADRID, July 22, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Telvent (Nasdaq:TLVT), the IT company for a sustainable and secure world, announced today the completion, as scheduled, of the "Amrelva" project installation phase, signed with Sweden's Vattenfall company to supply and manage the automatic remote electric meter reading system.
Scottish & Southern Energy is reported to be in the process of lining up a bid for Energia. The UK energy supplier already has a small presence in Ireland, and an acquisition would be a much easier way of gaining market share than organic growth.
Outokumpu, a stainless steel company, has signed a deal with Vattenfall, a power distributor, about electricity deliveries amounting to around 15TWh during a 10-year period in Finland and Sweden.
Swedish construction firm Peab has been commissioned by electricity generator Vattenfall to rebuild the Akkats power plant near the Little Lule River north of Jokkmokk, Sweden, for SEK164 million.
The British government announced the four companies on its short list to build a first of its kind commercial-scale power plant that would not contribute to global warming. According to a Reuters report, the firms shortlisted were Scottish Power Generation, BP Alternative Energy International, E.ON UK and Peel Power.
STOCKHOLM, June 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Vattenfall, the European energy company, announces a new downloadable footage service for broadcast journalists, launching 27 June, 2008.
Regulatory News: Net turnover for the period was SEK 356.7m (143.7m) The company reports an operating loss of SEK -106.9m (-67.9m) The loss after tax was SEK -96.6m (-67.0m) Earnings per share were SEK -0.66 (-0.52) At the balance sheet date, April 30, 2008, cash and cash equivalents were SEK 146.1m (186.5m) Cash flow from operations was SEK -39.8m (-55.0m), or SEK -0.27 per share (-0.40) At the balance sheet date the company's order book was worth SEK 696m Significant events in the...
A deadly heatwave gripping central Europe has raised fears of forest fires in Poland, sent electricity prices rocketing in Germany and caused the suspension of shipping on major rivers as water levels dwindle.