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Work re-starts on US$ 3.5 billion Mekong River hydropower project, despite continued concerns from Neighbouring countries over environmental impacts.
Brazil's Santo Antonio dam is under construction by the Madeira Energia consortium using a fleet of 10 Liebherr tower cranes
Malaysian power utility Tenaga Nasional Berhad has awarded three construction contracts for the Hulu Terengganu Hydroelectric project.
US$ 700 million will help add 795 MW of capacity to the world’s third largest hydroelectricity plant.
Cost-effectiveness and environmental concerns thwart € 38.8 billion tidal energy scheme.
It is 75 years since the Hoover Dam was dedicated by US president Franklin Roosevelt.
Italian-Thai Development has sold its 15% stake in the Nam Theun 2 scheme in Laos, one of largest hydropower schemes in south-east Asia.
Construction of US$ 10.9 billion hydroelectric project gets the go-ahead.
Lindsey Anderson takes the temperature of the mast climber market across North America
Canadian mast climbing manufacturer Fraco Products faced a difficult challenge installing masts on a tilted dam face.
A Brazilian federal court judge has suspended bidding for the construction and operation of the Belo Monte Dam on the Xingu River in the Amazon.
Only one consortium left in the running for the US$ 10.7 billion hydroelectric power project.
The tender deadline for the concession contract regarding construction and operation of Brazil’s Belo Monte dam has been confirmed as 20 April 2010 by the Brazilian Mines and Energy Ministry.
Controversial Belo Monte dam given environmental licence paving the way for the start of the tendering process.
An Impregilo led consortium has won the contract to construct a hydroelectric power (HEP) plant on the river Sogamoso in north-western Columbia, about 40 km from the city of Bucaramanga.
A consortium of Spain’s FCC, Mexico’s ICA and Costa Rica’s Meco has won the final Panama Canal dry-excavation contract with a US$ 267.8 million bid.
BSP supplies two heavy-duty hydraulic piling for construction of New Orleans' surge barrier
With low fossil fuel reserves and an increasing reliance on imported natural gas the Chilean government is expanding its hydro-electric power (HEP) generating capabilities. One of the largest projects currently under construction is the US$ 350 million, 158 MW La Confluencia. Richard High reports.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved loans totalling US$ 106 for Bolivia's Misicuni hydroelectric power (HEP) project