BP hit with £400k fine after oil spill in Shetland

Around 3.8 tonnes of ‘extremely flammable, unstabilised crude oil’ spilled on to the ground at Sullom Voe Terminal in December 2012

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Ofgem fines ENGIE unit £2.1m over gas price manipulation by trader

The regulator said the trader working for ENGIE Global Markets was engaged in a type of market manipulation called ‘spoofing’ over a three-month period in 2016

Ofgem revokes URE Energy’s electricity licence

The supplier failed to meet its Renewables Obligation, under which firms that do not source the required proportion of electricity from green sources must pay into a fund

Solar panel firm fined £40k after worker falls through skylight

An employee of SolarUK was carrying out installation work on the roof of a farm workshop in East Sussex

Thames Water fined £700k for sewage pollution

The Environment Agency said up to 30 million litres of sewage were released from the Maidenhead Sewage Treatment plant

Ofgem orders Green Star Energy to pay £350,000

More than 1,800 customers in the private rental market were unable to access their accounts and switch to cheaper tariffs

Southern Water faces record £126m penalty over ‘shocking’ sewage failures

The Environment Agency has launched a criminal investigation into the case

Anaerobic digestion firm fined £19,000 for odour pollution

According to the Environment Agency, families from the nearby registered travelling community site left their homes for more than four weeks

UK condemns shipments of illegal plastic waste to Malaysia

Individuals found to be exporting incorrectly described waste could face two years in jail or an unlimited fine in the UK

General Electric fined €52m over incorrect data in LM Wind takeover

The company initially said it did not have any offshore wind turbines with higher power output than 6MW, which was inaccurate