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Portugal PM Calls on France to Support MidCat Gas Pipeline 

Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa has demanded that France stops blocking its planned MidCat gas pipeline through the Pyrenees, pointing out that it will be essential for reducing dependence on Russian gas i ...

Schneider Electric in Talks for Work in Dabaa Nuclear Project

Schneider Electric Russia has begun negotiations with Rosatom to participate in Dabaa nuclear plant in the upcoming period.

Dabaa Nuclear Deal Signed

Rosatom Director General Alexey Likhachev and Egyptian Minister of Electricity Mohamed Shaker signed on December 11th the pre-contract notices for the contracts to establish the El Dabaa nuclear power plant.

Egypt to Establish Nuclear Power Regulator in January

Ministry of Electricity is planning to finish establishing the nuclear power industry regulator, and its working on appointing officials for it in January 2018.

Iran, Russia to Build 2 Nuclear Power Plants

The cooperation contract signed between Russia and Iran sets that two nuclear plants will have 1,000 MW of capacity each.

Egypt, Russia to Sign El Dabaa Nuclear Contract

Egypt and Russia are close to signing the final contract on the construction of Dabaa nuclear power plant.

Schneider Electric Eyes Part in Egypt’s Nuclear Program

After its construction; France's Schneider Electric is aiming to be responsible for energy control and distribution in Egypt's Al Dabaa nuclear power plant by 2019.

Eskom Issued Nuclear Power RFI

South African Eskom has put out a request for information (RFI) from the market on recent nuclear power costs and financing options as it seeks to add more of the energy source to its grid.

South Africa Slows Nuclear Power Expansion Plans

South Africa's government has slowed its nuclear power expansion plans with a new timeline setting the first additional nuclear power plant coming on stream in 2037.

Egypt to Invest Over EGP 100b in Power

The Egyptian Minister of Electricity and Renewable Resources, Mohamed Shaker, stated that Egypt must produce a total of 21,952 MW of power until 2018, to meet local demand. This requires investments estimated at EGP ...

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