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Emerson Wins Contract for Automation of Basin Electric Power Cooperative’s New Dry Fork Station

Emerson Process Management announced today it has received a contract from Basin Electric Power Cooperative to digitally automate Dry Fork Station. This new, 385-MW coal-fired power plant is being built to meet the growing electricity demand of the cooperative members. Dry Fork, located in the Gillette, Wyo., area, is expected to be operational by 2011.

Source: Emerson

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UAE Walks Out of $5 Billion Coastal Refinery Project

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) government has backed out of an agreement to install a $5 billion Coastal Refinery at Khalifa Point near Hub in Balochistan.

While walking out of the agreement on the project, with the capacity to refine 250,000 barrels of crude oil a day, the UAE has linked the establishment of the giant plant to taking charge of the country’s strategic asset of Parco (Pak-Arab Refinery Company), a senior official confided to The News on Sunday.

Source: The News

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Rexnord Unit to Buy Canadian Firm

Rexnord LLC said Friday that its Zurn Industries unit has agreed to buy Fontaine-Alliance Inc., a Canadian manufacturer of products for municipal water and wastewater customers, in a deal valued at about $24 million.

Fontaine, based in Magog, Quebec, manufactures sluice gates and other engineered flow control products for the municipal water and wastewater markets.

Source: Milwaukee Business Journal

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Illinois Coal Plant Gets Green Light

Gov. Rod Blagojevich signed legislation Monday that paves the way for a proposed $3.5 billion coal-fired plant in Taylorsville, Ill., designed to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

Blagojevich approved a clean coal standard aimed at encouraging the construction of facilities that emit fewer pollutants than older coal-powered plants.

Source: St. Louis Business Journal

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Russia Opens Gas Valves to Europe

Russia has resumed the flow of natural gas to Europe, amid an ongoing contract dispute between Moscow and Kyiv that sparked the current energy crisis on the continent.

The resumption of the delivery of gas, ordered Monday by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, was carried out, as scheduled, at 10 am by the main dispatcher of the Gazprom state energy company.

Source: VOA News

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