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ー May 9, 2012 ー Excess LNG from Tangguh to be sold on spot market       

May 9, 2012 - Excess LNG from Tangguh to be sold on spot market

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☆ 参考資料

●120509A 天然ガスエネへの期待と落とし穴 東大の小宮山氏に聞く,
http://s.nikkei.com/JuoeJ1
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120509A01.jpg

120507E First Gen considering natural gas importation
フィリッピン発電企業のファーストジェンは,マランパヤガス田の枯渇に怯えている,
http://bit.ly/JlQNKT
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507E01.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507E02.jpg
Inquirer.net - ?May 6, 2012?
The Lopez-led First Gen Corp. is looking at importing natural gas from new sources abroad not only to ensure continued and stable operations of its 1500-megawatt gas-fired power plants in Batangas but also to enable the company to pursue its 300-MW San ...

●120507D Indonesia's Pertamina to sell 8 spot LNG cargoes
インドネシアの国有石油プルタミナ,行き場を失った8隻のLNG船をスポットへ
http://bit.ly/KDdMxn
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507D01.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507D02.jpg
Reuters Africa - ?17 hours ago?
JAKARTA May 7 (Reuters) - Indonesia's state oil and gas company Pertamina is selling eight cargoes of liquefied natural gas on the spot market after its original buyer failed to purchase the gas, an official from the oil and gas regulator said on ...

●120507C Excess LNG from Tangguh to be sold on spot market
インドネシアのパプア,タングーLNG市場に異変,米国への供給は中止,
http://bit.ly/IVRkSV
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507C01.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507C02.jpg
Jakarta Post - ?2 hours ago?
Indonesia has the opportunity to profit from eight cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Tangguh LNG plant in Papua that have not been availed of by US-based Sempra Energy, upstream oil and gas authority BPMigas has revealed.

●120507B Govt study on option of building below ground
インドネシア政府が考えている地下貯水池構想,スイスのコンサルタントまで本気
http://bit.ly/JYc76E
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507B01.jpg
Jakarta Post - ?1 hour ago?
A reservoir can also generate hydroelectric power if water is pumped up to a height and allowed to cascade downwards. The Ministry of National Development is to look at the costs and benefits of clustering the facilities - which also include ...

●120507A WAPDA agrees to buy two tunnel boring machines for Neelum Jhelum Hydropower ...
パキスタンがその命運をかける969MWニールムージェルム水力にトンネル掘削機導入,
http://bit.ly/15lmwJ
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507A01.jpg
http://my.reset.jp/adachihayao/120507A02.jpg
News Pakistan - ?2 minutes ago?
Monday, May 7, 2012: WAPDA (Water and Power Development Authority) has agreed to buy two tunnel boring machines for the Neelum Jhelum Hydropower project. As no international consultant recommended the use of the tunnel boring machines for the Neelum ...

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