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Gemma Goldfingle

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020 7728 4550
Email:
gemma.goldfingle@emap.com

Stories

  • BP_Oil_Spill.eps

    Investigation points to BP oil well cement sealant as faultySubscription

    04 November 2010

    Investigators determining the cause of the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster have lent support to BP’s view that the cement used to seal the well was faulty.

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    Survey boost for West Cumbria nuclear storeSubscription

    04 November 2010

    Plans to build a large-scale radioactive waste repository in West Cumbria have been boosted after initial studies into the geology showed that the vast majority of the region is suitable.

  • Canary Wharf Crossrail

    Christmas date for major Crossrail contractsSubscription

    21 October 2010

    Crossrail’s major tunnelling contracts will be awarded “before Christmas” according to the scheme’s programme director Andy Mitchell.

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    Chile miners to be freedSubscription

    14 October 2010

    Engineers were preparing to free the 33 miners trapped deep underground in Chile as NCE went to press.

  • The rig is drilling a 700m-deep hole into which the capsule (below) will be lowered

    Drill trouble hits Chile mine rescueSubscription

    30 September 2010

    Efforts to rescue the 33 trapped Chilean miners are being hampered by problems with the down the hole hammer, which is widening the borehole that will be used to reach them.

  • Chilean mining minister Laurence Golborne

    Broken drill setback for Chilean mine rescue operationSubscription

    16 September 2010

    The rescue effort to reach 33 trapped Chilean miners suffered a major setback this week when the drill bit being used to bore a rescue shaft snapped.

  • Justin Atkinson Keller

    Keller operating profit drops 68% Subscription

    2 August, 2010

    Operating profit at ground engineering firm Keller fell by 68% to £13.7M worldwide in the first half of 2010, compared to £42.8M in the same period last year.

  • New nuclear

    EdF to take on new nuclear graduatesSubscription

    29 July, 2010Comments (2)

    Engineering graduates will receive a boost this year with the announcement that energy giant EdF plans to take on 100 new recruits to help prepare for the onset of new nuclear.

  • buncefield explosion

    Blast firms fined £10MSubscription

    22 July 2010Comments (1)

    Firms responsible for the safety breaches that caused the 2005 Buncefield oil depot explosion and resulting groundwater pollution were fined almost £10M at St Albans Crown Court last week.

  • Holden, Canary Wharf Group’s transport advisor Jim Berry (left) and transport mini

    Crossrail size still uncertainSubscription

    15 July 2010

    Shadow transport secretary Sadiq Khan has claimed that the government is attempting to reduce the scope of Crossrail as talk of “contingency options” to cut costs on the £15.9bn project emerge.

All by Gemma Goldfingle