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Daily Telegraph: Database: Energy: Wednesday 27 September 2006

Energy

• Protesters kept Royal Dutch Shell from resuming work on a gas terminal in western Ireland that has already been delayed by more than a year.

• Royal Dutch Shell must fix environmental and safety problems for its $22bn Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project to continue, Russian Natural Resources Minister Yuri Trutnev said.

• Gassco, the operator of Langeled, a new natural-gas pipeline linking Norway and the UK, said Norwegian gas will be delivered to power stations, factories and other users in Britain starting Oct 1.

• BP and Total are among 34 overseas oil companies bidding to drill in India, lured by more favorable tax terms and legal certainty as explorers have contracts torn up in Russia, Bolivia, Venezuela and Chad.

• Scottish & Southern Energy, the UK’s third-largest energy supplier, said it received planning permission for a wind park in Scotland, costing £30m to build.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2006/09/27/cxbloom27.xml

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