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ー July 08, 2012 ー Indonesia to Limit Natural Gas Exports          

July 08, 2012 - Indonesia to Limit Natural Gas Exports 

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●12070801 Indonesia, Oil and Gas Industry Latest News
BP's LNG Expansion in Tangguh to Target Japanese, Korean Buyers
BP Plc is targeting buyers in Japan and South Korea for planned supplies of liquefied natural gas from its Tangguh plant in Indonesia to benefit from a shortage of regional Asian supplies. BP may export as much as 60 percent of the LNG from its third ...

●12070802 Laos, The Nation
Laos to boost hydro-electricity output by a quarter
The land-locked country exports an estimated 64 per cent of its electricity to neighbouring Thailand, but imports electricity from Thailand, China and Vietnam to meet its domestic needs. The government says it hopes to end electricity imports by 2015 ...

●12070803 Indonesia, Asia Sentinel (blog)
Indonesia to Limit Natural Gas Exports
In another example of Indonesia's growing protection of its natural resources, a government official announced on July 4 that Jakarta is considering a moratorium on the signing of new contracts for natural gas exports. Evita Legowo, director general ...

☆ その他

◯Lakhwar hydel project to get clearance shortly
Deccan Herald - ?4 hours ago?
A meeting was held in New Delhi on Thursday to discuss the status of hydropower projects in the state and Himachal Pradesh.

◯Hydropower Causing Drought in Vietnam
OOSKA News - ?14 hours ago?
Hydropower Causing Drought in Vietnam. 6 Jul 2012 - 08:44 by Local Press Report. HANOI (VietNamNet) - Huynh Van Thang, deputy director of the Da nang Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, said that around 6000 hectares of crops are ...

APC inks deals for Davao power plant (blog) - ?Jul 2, 2012?
Aboitiz Power Corp. has entered into $546 million (roughly P23 billion) worth of contracts with local and foreign contractors for the construction of its planned 300-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Davao.

◯Jolt for NCC as Sikkim scraps Teesta project
Daily News & Analysis - ?2 hours ago?
In yet another setback to infrastructure company NCC, the Sikkim government is believed to have formally cancelled its proposed Teesta hydel power project. The project, awarded to the company for development in 2005, is still in its initial phase. The ...

◯Parichha extension power plant begins commercial operation
Times of India - ?5 hours ago?
Power situation promised to look up on Friday, with UP Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited (UPRVUNL) announcing commercial operation of 250 MW unit-5 of Parichha extension thermal power plant.

◯Early clearance likely for 300 MW Uttarakhand hydropower plant
Hindu Business Line - ?12 hours ago?
During a meeting to discuss the status of hydropower projects in the State and neighbouring Himachal Pradesh in New Delhi on Thursday, the Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, Mr Pulok Chatterjee, directed the officials concerned to grant all ...

◯India starts purchasing Iranian oil in tankers
Press TV - ?12 hours ago?
Moreover, Essar Oil - an India-based company engaged in the exploration and production of oil and natural gas - has recently loaded a cargo of about one million barrels of Iranian crude oil from the Kharg port in the Persian Gulf. NITC allocated an ...

◯RIL to Stream Gas to Bawana Power Plant
GroundReport - ?13 hours ago?
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), one of India's leading private oil and gas producing companies, has agreed to supply gas to Delhi government's new gas-based Bawana power plant, located to t...

◯Can Russian Hydro Solve China's Power Shortfall? - ?15 hours ago?
While rapid growth presents great opportunities for China, it also creates some challenges which are not to be ignored. In 2011, the country's electricity consumption increased by almost 11% and most of that was generated by coal, a major source of ...

◯Can China Follow US Shift from Coal to Gas?
Power Engineering Magazine - ?Jul 5, 2012?
Here's an effort to look ahead from a promising American environmental trend to a prospect for the same in China, starting with two observations.

日本経済新聞 - ?10 hours ago?
東京電力・福島第1原子力発電所の事故原因の究明にあたる国会の事故調査委員会(黒川清委員長)が報告書をまとめ、衆参両院議長に提出した。 報告書は事故の「根源的な原因」について安全対策を先延ばししてきた.

◯石油資源開発、秋田県で「シェールオイル」を試掘 来年から
日本経済新聞 - ?16 hours ago?
同社と石油天然ガス・金属鉱物資源機構(JOGMEC)が共同で試験生産する予定。北米などで新たなエネルギー資源として生産の動きが広がっているが、国内では初めての例になるという。地下1000〜1500メートルの場所で試掘を始める。500万バレル程度の石油が採れる ...

日本経済新聞 (プレスリリース) - ?Jul 5, 2012?
双日株式会社は、モンゴルのウランバートルで計画されている石炭火力IPP「CHP5(Combined Heat and Power Plant No.5)」において、インターナショナルパワー・ジーディーエフ・スエズ社(International Power GDF Suez、フランス)、韓国のポスコ・エナジー社(Posco Energy、 ... 既存の発電所は稼働か ...

◯イラン、中国へ原油タンカー 信号発信 西側制裁で戦略転換も
SankeiBiz - ?9 hours ago?


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