Key operators, including ExxonMobil, Navigator Thames and Valero, each secured the injunctions to limit protests “that have been causing disruption to businesses and the public over recent weeks”.
The boss of the largest energy company in Ukraine said half a million residents in Ukraine’s Marioupol are left without power
Anyone who breaks the injunction, which covers roads and motorways linked to the M25, faces imprisonment or an unlimited fine
The industrial action is set to start on 20th January
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The Consumer Council for Water has highlighted interruptions to water supply across the UK are up by a fifth compared to 2016/17
A new survey of UK billpayers, conducted by customer service business Quadient, suggests the majority of customers seem to think so
innogy International Middle East aims to support the United Arab Emirates in becoming smarter
Richard Hughes from EDF said genuinely innovative competition is ultimately good for the market