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ー May 5, 2012 ー India drilling Siachen for geo-thermal energy       

May 5, 2012 - India drilling Siachen for geo-thermal energy

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◯120505 Jinsha River cut up by hydropower magnates
中国南西部,長江上流の金沙江,25の大貯水池プロジェクトが進行中で河川環境に懸念
http://bit.ly/IOl8QY
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120505Z01.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120505Z02.jpg
China.org.cn - ?16 hours ago?
The development plan is dominated by five hydropower magnates. The Jinsha River flows through Qinghai, Sichuan and Yunnan provinces in southwest China.

◯120504 India drilling Siachen for geo-thermal energy
インドとパキスタンが国境を争うインダス河最上流,シアチェン氷河でインド軍が地熱開發でボーリング,
http://bit.ly/IIHgMm
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z05.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z06.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z07.jpg
The News International - ?2 hours ago?
It may not be out of place to mention here that Nimoo-Bazgo hydropower project being built by India on Indus River also means to provide the sustained supply of electricity to Indian troops. Syed Jamaat Ali Shah, former commissioner of Pakistan ...

◯120504 Laos: no work on Xayaburi dam until green concerns solved
ラオスのメコン本流開発,サヤブリダムに関し,ラオス政府は準備工事中で,本格着工はしていないと,
http://bit.ly/J34Pkv
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z03.jpg
The Nation - ?8 hours ago?
Laos has proposed building the Xayaburi Dam on the main stream Mekong, about 150 km downstream from Luang Prabang, to generate 1260MW of power, mainly for export to Thailand. Laos has followed guidance under the 1995 Mekong agreement following prior ...

◯120504 Egat assures sufficient reserves
タイのEGAT総裁,設備最大31,446MWを有し,今年4月26日の最大電力需要26,121MWに余裕で対応,
http://bit.ly/K0s2CA
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z01.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z02.jpg
The Nation - ?15 hours ago?
Thailand's power reserves remain sufficient though demand has been on the rise, leading to 7 new peaks so far this year, according to Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand governor Sutat Patmasiriwat. Installed capacity as of end-2011 was up 1.7 ...

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◯120505 Jinsha River cut up by hydropower magnates
中国南西部,長江上流の金沙江,25の大貯水池プロジェクトが進行中で河川環境に懸念
http://bit.ly/IOl8QY
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120505Z01.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120505Z02.jpg





◯120504 India drilling Siachen for geo-thermal energy
インドとパキスタンが国境を争うインダス河最上流,シアチェン氷河でインド軍が地熱開發でボーリング,
http://bit.ly/IIHgMm
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z05.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z06.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z07.jpg







◯120504 Laos: no work on Xayaburi dam until green concerns solved
ラオスのメコン本流開発,サヤブリダムに関し,ラオス政府は準備工事中で,本格着工はしていないと,
http://bit.ly/J34Pkv
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z03.jpg



◯120504 Egat assures sufficient reserves
タイのEGAT総裁,設備最大31,446MWを有し,今年4月26日の最大電力需要26,121MWに余裕で対応,
http://bit.ly/K0s2CA
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z01.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120504Z02.jpg









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