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How shortage of wind supply in Denmark lead to record expensive electricity prices. One core disadvantage of wind power.

Friday, 07 June 2013
Denmark just presented an example of the negative side of wind energy. With limited wind speed in the past months, in Denmark, electricity prices have sky rocketed.

Sweden not as frozen though as a vary large solar farm under construction in Västerås

Monday, 27 May 2013
Dobbed the largest solar park in the Nordic region, a giant solar plant for solar electricity harnessing and production will be built along the E18 motorway, outside Västerås in Sweden. The company, Kraftpojkarna (Kraft boys) and the communal energy company Mälarenergi are the two forces behind the project.

Price for solar cells and panels falling faster than expected

Tuesday, 14 May 2013
The price of solar panels has dropped dramatically over the past two years such that its expansion could be reaching various corners in Sweden.

Five utility companies operating n Sweden risk heavy fines over operations efficiency

Tuesday, 16 April 2013
During the winter of  2011/2012 there were  1.9 million power outages in Sweden. Of these 79 000 lasted more than 24 hours, in violation of act of operations requirements from such companies operating in Sweden. If these persist there will be fines.

The persistent freezing British weather threatens to test the ailing economy as political pressure mounts on possible gas outrage

Monday, 25 March 2013
We are tod that heating gas in the UK will soon be running out and that except emergency measures are taken home might soon lack heating as reserves dry up.

Finland ushers World’s largest biomass gasification plant

Monday, 11 March 2013
Described as the first in its size in the world, the plant aims to replace up to 40 percent of the domestic coal used for energy production with biofuels.

Norway's Statoil to invest  big in the North Sea oil field, bringing hundreds of jobs to the north east of Scotland - BBC

Friday, 21 December 2012
The Norwegian company said the investment in the Mariner field was the largest new offshore development in the UK in more than a decade - BBC

Sweden continues with renewable energy expansion with another wind farm built

Thursday, 27 September 2012
More wind farms are being constructed in Sweden with a new one to build in an area between Jämtland and Västernorrland, in northern Sweden.

The price of Swedish domestic heating increases

Tuesday, 25 September 2012
Over the past decade, district heating companies in Sweden have raised prices by 42 percent, or nearly three times as much as the consumer price index increased during the same period.

The re-emergence of European worried pushed Crude oil to fall

Monday, 24 September 2012
The Americans wants to strangle Obama for not doing much in cutting the current unemployment rate, which stands at 8.1percent. For European standard, Americans are in paradise given the way intense level of uncertainty in Europe is.

Unusually good crop harvests in Sweden this year despite gloomy weather elsehwere

Thursday, 20 September 2012
As there is growing worries about the future of crop harvest for this year given the uncertain weather condition, it turns out that crop harvest in Sweden is looking to be impressive.

New Norwegian oil find give the country a comfortable readiness for the future

Wednesday, 29 August 2012
On Tuesday, Statoil and Lundin Petrolium  reported new oil discoveries - discoveries for what they have been searching for 40 years.

Spectacular fall in the price of Iron Ore

Saturday, 25 August 2012
The price of iron ore has fallen sharply and is now below $100 per tonne.

Fall in prices of crude oil

Monday, 06 August 2012
The world price of crude oil fell slightly on Monday morning.

Extreme weather and pressures means food price hikes on the way - experts warn

Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Sweden is generally a very expensive place to live, not to talk of the cost of eating. Food is already a very expensive object in Sweden but that is not enough. There is growing warnings of increased hikes in food prices in the coming months.

Norwegian government leaped to stop oil conflict as the effect is felt in the oil prices

Tuesday, 10 July 2012
The Norwegian government has taken a bold step to stop a pending strike that was on its way in the sector by platform workers and prevented a possible shutdown of oil production that the strike would have ensure. The government's action was saving a situation that could have cost Nkr2 billion

Fall in oil prices

Thursday, 21 June 2012
The world price of oil fell after figures showed that U.S. oil inventories have risen.

Sweden needs to import garbage to meet the need to generate energy from it as incineration facilities expand.

Thursday, 07 June 2012
Billion of kronor are being invested in Sweden to build new incineration facilities, and interests in expanding existing facilities are great. But Sweden's garbage is not enough for fuel, according to reports.

Fall in the price of crude oil

Monday, 09 April 2012
The price of crude oil has fallen to just over a hundred dollars a barrel on the stock exchanges that have been opened up in Asia after the Easter break.

Sweden to burns Italian Mafia garbage

Thursday, 05 April 2012
The mountain of garbage and waste that was found deposited on the streets in Italy is to be burnt in Sweden. This year, the company that manages Swedish garbage, Fortum is said to burn 6000 tons of Italian household garbage in southern Stockholm. This is a very big source of producing sustainable energy.

Lundin Petroleum sign “an important milestone” contract in Norway

Tuesday, 27 March 2012
The Swedish oil company, Lundin Petroleum's Norwegian subsidiary, Lundin Norway has signed a so-called pre-unit agreement with its partners on the development of Johan Sverdrupfältet.

Oil giant BP given the right for deep water oil drilling in the Shetland

Friday, 23 March 2012

Oil giant BP given the right for deep water oil drilling in the Shetland

Oil giant BP given the right for deep water oil drilling in the Shetland
Oil giant BP has been given consent to drill a controversial deep-water well west of Shetland. The North Uist well is about 125km (78 miles) to the north west of the islands, at a depth of nearly 1,300m.

The factors that determine the price of gold as it looks to be more volatile

Wednesday, 21 March 2012
Gold prices have not kept up on a flying start when the stock market opened this year. According to analysts, the price of gold is in an "ambivalent position".

China demand for Iron ore is slowing

Tuesday, 20 March 2012
China's demand for iron ore has "slowed down". Growth in demand for iron ore used to make steel is reported to be falling to "single digits if not already occurred."

Fall in Swedish energy prices expected soon

Tuesday, 13 March 2012
The warm spring weather may means that the electricity prices in Sweden will fall and February's price rise shock becomes a distant memory. Electricity prices in March are 50 percent lower than last year.

Broad declines in metals

Monday, 05 March 2012
Oil prices erased earlier gains as U.S. President Barack Obama during Monday night began its meeting with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about Iran's nuclear program.