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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. and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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