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US firm selected for work at ‘world’s first’ renewable hydrogen-based steel mill
An American company is helping build a ‘green steel’ mill in Sweden
Skanska wins US$113m New York airport contract
Sweden-based firm will update infrastructure as part of multi-million-dollar deal
Could the drive to decarbonise military forces present an opportunity for construction companies?
As some of the world’s biggest militaries start to look at ways to cut their carbon emissions, could there be opportunities for construction companies?
Canada’s US$23bn Trans Mountain oil pipeline extension delayed by ‘technical issues’
Construction of a CAN$30.9 billion (US$23 billion) extension to the Trans Mountain oil export pipeline in Canada is facing the latest in a series of delays after suffering technical difficulties.
Construction of major Russia-China gas pipeline delayed
Construction of a major new gas pipeline running between Russia and China has been delayed as the two countries hammer out a deal on the proposal.
Two contractors win U$S3.3bn worth of work with Saudi Aramco
A joint venture between Spanish contractor Técnicas Reunidas and Chinese firm Sinopec have won two contracts with Saudi oil and gas company Saudi Aramco for more than US$3.3 billion.
Brazilian government lifts interim ban on Saipem
Contractor has ban reclassified but remains suspended from contracting work in Brazil for two-year period
Construction starts on huge Dutch hydrogen network
Grid operator Gasunie initiates 1,200km pipeline set to cost €1.5 billion
Plans move forward for LNG terminal in Montenegro
EU set to finance project of ‘historical significance’ for the region
Vinci wins €160 million deal to build LNG tank in the Netherlands
Vinci Construction Grands Projets has won a €160 million contract to design and build a 180,000 m3 liquefied natural gas (LNG) tank in the Netherlands.
Building one of the world’s largest oil refinery projects
Dangote Refinery project covers an area of 2,200 hectares and has the capability to process 650,000 barrels of crude oil per day
How Aecom is helping to build Europe’s expanding network of LNG fuelling facilities
Construction of LNG fuelling stations is accelerating across Europe. Aecom explains what is involved in building new stations for Shell.
Contractors share EPC contracts for giant $11 billion petrochemical facility construction in Saudi Arabia
A total of seven contractors have won engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts for the $11 billion “Amiral” petrochemical facility expansion in Saudi Arabia.
The five top-performing sectors in construction
A wide-ranging new report into the global construction market has revealed the five top-performing sectors of the industry.
Webuild subsidiary wins Saudi Arabia water treatment plant contracts worth $439 million
Fisia Italimpianti, a subsidiary of the Webuild Group, has won two water treatment plant contracts worth a combined €408 million ($439 million).
Tanzania approves controversial US$3.5 billion project
There are concerns surrounding how the project will impact human rights and the environment
Cost of decommissioning oil platforms to rise
UK oil and gas sector faces US$24 billion bill to plug old wells, says Offshore Energies 
Allseas secures North Sea decommissioning work
Specialist vessel, Pioneering Spirit, to transport oil rig for recycling
Vinci wins liquefied natural gas terminal project
Company’s subsidiary to build Germany’s Brunsbüttel LNG facility
US$2 billion China contracts for Fluor
Two reimbursable engineering, procurement and construction management contracts for Fluor 
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