Airbus threatens to leave UK due to Brexit
Airbus, a European aircraft concern, has outlined a number of requirements that are not negotiable and must be completed as part of a British exit from the EU, otherwise the company will withdraw its production facilities from the country.
Road junction needs to be built in Barnaul
The authorities of the Russian city of Barnaul have announced an auction for construction of a single-layer transport junction at the intersection between the streets of Malakhova Ulitsa and Vlasikhinskaya Ulitsa.
Powerful bitumen plant to be built in Chechnya
Rosneft, a Russian oil corporation, has commissioned the development of a preliminary feasibility study for the construction of a bitumen plant in the Republic of Chechnya, Russia’s North Caucasus.
Rosatom to help UAE dispose of hazardous industrial waste
ASE, an engineering division of Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation, will help the United Arab Emirates dispose of hazardous industrial waste, as it follows from an annual report for year 2016 released by JSC Atomenergoprom incorporated in Rosatom.
Qatar closes helium plants due to economic blockade
Qatar has closed two plants for the production of helium located in the country’s territory due to the embargo imposed on the 5th of June by a number of Arab States, Reuters reports on Wednesday with reference to its sources in the industry.
World coal consumption falls at record pace in history
In 2016, world coal consumption fell by 1.7%, showing the highest pace since the record began, despite the reduction in demand for this type of fuel in most countries in the world, according to an annual report of BP Plc on global trends in energy sector.
Russian Gazprom Neft, US Helmerich & Payne agree on cooperation
Gazprom Neft, a Russian oil company, has concluded with American oil services company Helmerich & Payne International Drilling Co. a memorandum on a long-term partnership in the implementation of oil and gas projects in Russia, the Russian company says on Tuesday.
Finnish YIT to build $50m housing estate in southern Russia
YIT, a Finnish building corporation headquartered in Helsinki, has started construction of a large housing estate in Rostov-on-Don, a city in southern Russia. The project is estimated at 2,8 billion rubles (about $50 million).
French DIY retailer Leroy Merlin fined in Russia
Moscow regional department of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance, following an unscheduled inspection, has fined Leroy Merlin Vostok, a hypermarket selling home and garden products, as it follows from documentation published by department.
Moscow residents choose design of three new metro stations
Residents of the Russian capital city have chosen designs for under construction metro stations of Sheremetyevo, Rzhevskaya and Stromynka, according to the press office of a contest intended to determine the shape of the new stations.
Representatives from 22 Japanese companies to visit Russian Far East
On June 14-17, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), a Japanese organization engaged in promotion of mutual trade and investment between Japan and other countries worldwide, organizes a visit of a Japanese business mission to the cities of Khabarovsk and Vladivostok located in the Russian Far East.