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Daily Telegraph: Energy: Wednesday 1 November 2006

• Royal Dutch Shell may pipe gas into the United Arab Emirates from Iran as the US presses the international community to enforce sanctions to halt Tehran’s nuclear program.

• North Sea divers who help establish and maintain oil and gas platforms yesterday voted to strike after rejecting a pay offer.

• BP’s Russian unit plans to spend at least $1.7bn cleaning up polluted land and replacing pipelines amid a crackdown by President Vladimir Putin’s government.

• E.ON, Germany’s biggest utility, got approval from the British Government to build a £350m power plant fuelled by natural gas.

• BNFL expects to restart the Thorp reprocessing plant at the Sellafield nuclear power station early in 2007, according to its corporate responsibility report.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2006/11/01/cxbloom01.xml

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