UK-based construction company J Murphy & Sons has secured a contract from Irish Water to design, construct and commission a covered storage reservoir at Stillorgan, which will safeguard the drinking water supply for 200,000 people in south Dublin.
The UK government has launched its first Energy Investment Portfolio worth £5bn, under which energy and infrastructure projects across the country will be promoted to global investors as part of a new portfolio of opportunities.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Gulf SRC have signed a $227.7m loan agreement to finance the construction and operation of a 2,500MW combined-cycle power plant in Chonburi Province, Thailand.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $500m loan to Turkmenistan to strengthen the country’s transmission network, improve the reliability of power supply, and increase export of electricity to neighbouring countries.
Italian renewable energy company Enel Green Power (EGP) has broken ground on the Magdalena II, a 220MW solar park, in the municipalities of Tlaxco and Hueyotlipan, in the Mexican state of Tlaxcala.
Toshiba has decided to wind up NuGeneration (NuGen), a subsidiary formed for the construction of a nuclear power plant on the West Cumbria coast in northwest England, and withdraw from the project.
Taiwan Cogeneration Corporation (TCC) has won an EPC contract worth more than TWD7bn ($228m) from Danish offshore wind power company Orsted for the first 900MW Greater Changhua projects in Taiwan.
L&T Construction, the construction subsidiary of L&T, has won orders worth INR13.29bn ($182m)across three business segments.
A joint venture between Canadian construction company Aecon (40%) and American heavy civil construction company Traylor Bros (60%) has won a $267m contract from Metro Vancouver (Greater Vancouver Water District) for the Second Narrows Water Supply Tunnel project in British Columbia, Canada.
ENGIE North America has begun construction on the 196MW East Fork Wind Project in Thomas County, Kansas.
TransCanada Corporation has announced a $1.5bn expansion of its NOVA Gas Transmission (NGTL) System to connect existing and new supply to incremental intra-basin market demand.
BASF has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Sinopec to construct an additional steam cracker in Nanjing, China; and expand their existing joint venture, BASF-YPC Company.
The Port of Corpus Christi Authority has signed an agreement with The Carlyle Group to develop a crude oil export terminal on Harbor Island, connecting crude oil production in the US with global markets.
Endesa's renewable energy division Enel Green Power España (EGPE) has begun construction on three solar plants with an overall capacity of nearly 127MW in Spain.
CityFibre, an alternative provider of wholesale fibre network infrastructure in the UK, has announced a £2.5bn investment plan to expand its full-fibre network in the country.
Australian infrastructure and facilities company Downer has won a contract from BELECTRIC Solar and Battery (BELECTRIC) to build innogy’s 349MW Limondale Solar Farm located near Balranald in New South Wales (NSW), which is expected to be the largest solar farm in Australia.
Dutch energy storage and battery company Lithium Werks and Chinese Zhejiang Jiashan Economic and Technological Development Zone Industry have signed an agreement to construct a €1.6bn, 60-hectare battery gigafactory in the Yangtze river delta, China.
A joint venture between Galliford Try and Black & Veatch has secured a contract from the Environment Agency to design and build an improved flood defence scheme at Burton-on-Trent in Staffordshire, UK.
ADNOC Sour Gas, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), has announced that the work is on track to build a new sulphur pipeline that will carry molten sulphur produced by its Shah sour gas field, located south-west of Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Italian oil and gas industry contractor Saipem has secured offshore E&C contracts worth about $400m in Azerbaijan, the North Sea and the Republic of Congo.