Lynas USA, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lynas Rare Earths (Lynas), has secured a contract, worth $120m, with the US Department of Defense (DoD) to build a commercial Heavy Rare Earths (HRE) separation facility in the US.
Tanzania has entered a framework agreement with Equinor and Shell, a move that would pave way for final investment decision in 2025 for the construction of a $30bn liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal.
Petroecuador has announced two auctions – one for its flagship offshore natural gas field and the other to upgrade the Esmeraldas refinery.
South Korean company LG Energy Solution (LGES) has broken ground on nickel processing plant in Indonesia.
Mining major Rio Tinto has sought proposals to build wind and solar energy plants in Queensland state of Australia.
Hanwha Q Cells has announced its plans to construct a new 150MW solar power plant in the US state of Wyoming under an electricity supply agreement with an energy firm, reported Yonhap news agency.
China-based Envision Group has formed a consortium with 11 entities for the development of a $1bn electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing plant in Extremadura of Spain.
Three firms of South Korea - Korea Electric Power, Samsung C&T and Korea Western Power - have signed an agreement with a UAE firm Petrolyn Chemie to construct a $1bn green hydrogen and ammonia production plant in the UAE.
Spain's Iberdrola and engineering firm FCC have launched jointly-owned company EnergyLOOP to lead the recycling of renewable installation components.
JGC Arabia, the Saudi subsidiary of Japanese engineering group JGC Holdings, has secured a contract from Aramco to perform engineering and construction work for Saudi oil major’s processing facilities within the Zuluf field.
Shell has given green light to build the Crux gas field at an estimated cost of around $2.5bn, off the coast of Western Australia, reported Reuters.
Britishvolt, a UK-based battery technology firm, has teamed up with logistics real estate operator Prologis to construct a new £200m battery tech centre in the West Midlands, UK.
The US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has issued final approval to a 416-mile electric transmission line to help link more wind and solar energy to the Western grid.
Corfo, the Chile state development office, has signed agreements with regasification terminal GNL Quintero, iron producer CAP, and industrial gas producer Air Liquide, for funding industrial green hydrogen production.
Air Products, a US-based industrial gases company, OQ, an Oman-based integrated energy group, and ACWA Power, a Saudi-based developer-operator of water and power plants, have signed a joint development agreement (JDA) to build green hydrogen-based ammonia production facility that is powered by clean energy.
US-based Venture Global LNG has taken a final investment decision (FID) to construct the proposed Plaquemines LNG export plant in Louisiana.
The Government of Iraq is set to award contracts for construction of solar power plants to two UAE companies in an effort to increase its dependence on renewable sources of energy, reported Iraqi daily Alsabah.
Pakistan-based conglomerate Ameer Group has awarded a $4.67bn engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to China-based Dalian Petrochemical (DPC) to build a new deep conversion oil refinery in the Sindh province for Pakistan State Oil (PSO).
Topsoe, a Danish engineering group, plans to construct an electrolyser plant to produce green hydrogen, reported Reuters.
Canada-based First Quantum Minerals has plans to power its Zambian copper mines by a $500m solar and wind power installations funded by Total Eren and Chariot, reported Bloomberg News.