The first of Koeberg’s new replacement steam generators arrived at the plant on September 29, Eskom has reported.
Toshiba Corp. will transfer its rights to process natural gas at the Freeport LNG project in Texas to France’s Total SA, the companies said on Saturday.
Toshiba has unveiled a remote-controlled robot it hopes will be able to probe the inside of one of the three damaged reactors at Japan's tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant.
Buy high, sell low and guarantee a loss. It’s not exactly what Toshiba Corp. planned when it dipped its toes in liquefied natural gas trading.
Toshiba is to wind up its nuclear arm, which was leading a project to build a new power station in the UK.
Toshiba’s energy systems unit has unveiled a long telescopic pipe carrying a pan-tilt camera designed for an internal probe of one of the damaged reactor chambers at Japan’s tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant.
Toshiba has been demoted from the top tier of the Tokyo Stock Exchange as the firm warned that last year’s losses will be bigger than expected.
More than 70 UK jobs could go at Engie as the French energy group reorganises its headquarters.
The company contracted to build Scana Corp.’s two nuclear reactors in South Carolina went bankrupt. Scana’s credits ratings are, as a result, at risk of downgrades. Its shares have plunged.
Toshiba has warned over a potential collapse as it revealed soaring losses in a financial update that was not signed off by its auditors.
The Government is being urged to give reassurances about a planned nuclear power station in the UK after Toshiba’s nuclear unit, Westinghouse, filed for bankruptcy protection.
Toshiba Corp. projected its annual loss could more than double to a record 1.01 trillion yen ($9.1 billion) as its U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse Electric filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in New York court.
The company building a new nuclear power station in Cumbria insists Toshiba “remains committed” to the multi billion-pound project despite doubts after the Japanese giant revealed a huge loss.
Japanese electronics and energy giant Toshiba has said its chairman is resigning to take responsibility for problems that will result in a 713 billion yen (£5 billion) loss in its nuclear business.
Union leaders have demanded clarity over the future of a planned new nuclear power station in the UK after Japanese giant Toshiba asked for a delay in releasing its accounts amid a shares plunge.
Shares in Japanese giant Toshiba tumbled after it postponed an announcement in which it was expected to confirm it is withdrawing from new nuclear projects outside Japan.
Japanese giant Toshiba is expected to confirm it is withdrawing from new nuclear projects outside Japan, dealing a blow to plans for a new power station in the UK.
Unions have invited candidates in the Copeland by-election to take part in a hustings on the future of the nuclear industry.