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  • ‘Concreteberg’ weighing 105 tonnes blocks London sewer

    A record-breaking ‘concreteberg’ weighing around 105 tonnes have blocked a Victorian sewer in London. Thames Water is gearing up to remove the rock-hard mass – the biggest the company has even seen – at the junction of Gosling Road and Hall Street in Islington, which is likely to cause traffic disruption for at least the […]

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  • ConocoPhillips to sell UK oil and gas business for $2.68bn

    US energy giant ConocoPhillips is selling its oil and gas business in the UK to Chrysaor Holdings in a deal worth $2.68 billion (£2bn). It includes two of ConocoPhillips subsidiaries, which indirectly hold the company’s production and exploration assets as well as associated decommissioning liabilities. It will retain its London-based commercial trading business and its […]

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  • Switching rises up the ranks in terms of most energy complaints

    Switching has risen up the ranks in terms of most energy complaints and is now second only to problems with billing. The Energy Ombudsman, which works to resolve disputes between suppliers and their customers, says issues related to changing supplier have overtaken customer service as the second largest source of unresolved complaints. New figures show […]

    Posted at April 18, 2019 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on Switching rises up the ranks in terms of most energy complaints