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ー July 20, 2012 ー Laos Backtracks on Controversial Dam          

July 20, 2012 -  Laos Backtracks on Controversial Dam


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●12071801 Laos, the Diplomat
Laos Backtracks on Controversial Dam
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12071801.htm
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The Mekong, one of the world's largest rivers which provides food, water and transport for about 65 million people, is in peril because of a string of hydropower projects by riparian nations coupled with strong development, demographic and climate ...

●12071802 Philippines, Sun.Star
No privatization drive of Agus-Pulangi braced
ミンダナオのアグス及びプランギ水力の民営化反対へ地元の嵐
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12071802.htm
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THE campaign for the no privatization of the Agus-Pulangi hydropower complexes gained more strength as women and children in Mindanao, including local government in the province of Misamis Oriental, are getting more involved in supporting the ...

●12071803 Pakistan, Pakistan Daily Times
Slow release of funds for NJHP : Ongoing energy crisis to continue
パキスタン,ニールムージェルム水力予算措置が円滑に行かず
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12071803.htm
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ISLAMABAD: The ongoing energy crisis in the country could further continue, thanks to slow release of funds against proposed allocations in the development budget for the construction of mega hydropower projects particularly 969 megawatts (MW) ...

●12071804 Thailand, Equities.com - ?Jul 15, 2012?
Shell Thailand pursues lucrative LNG opportunities
タイの天然ガスの将来性について,シェルの現地トップ,ピサワン女史が語る
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12071804.htm
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July 16--Royal Dutch Shell's Thai unit is seeking greater opportunities in liquefied natural gas (LNG) to meet rising domestic demand.

その他

◯Philippines offers disputed oil, gas blocks offshore Palawan
http://bit.ly/NxN38t
Platts - ?Jul 13, 2012?
Philippines offers disputed oil, gas blocks offshore Palawan - read this Platts news article and other stories in natural gas by clicking here. Also discover Platts energy information products related to natural gas.

◯Clinton presses Laos for more studies on Mekong Dam in visit
http://bit.ly/Q5n3Y4
eco-business.com - ?Jul 11, 2012?
Vietnam has recommended a 10-year delay for all hydropower projects over environmental concerns on the river, which winds through Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia from its source in China's Tibetan plateau. About 60 million people along the Mekong ...

◯Russia, India agree additional Kudankulam financing
http://bit.ly/NhpnJI
Russia & India Report - ?1 hour ago?
Russia and India have signed a protocol on July 17 on financing of the construction of the third and fourth Kudankulam NPP reactors.

◯Nepal Perspective: Politics of Water in South Asia
http://bit.ly/LXdtoy
Telegraphnepal.com - ?1 hour ago?
Moreover India has disputes with Bangladesh over the Farrakha Barrage, with Nepal over the Mahakali River, with Pakistan over the violation of the 1960 Indus Water Treaty. In this way, India has been escalating its water terrorism as in Iran and ...

◯Western region of India tops the list in installed capacity power: Power Ministry
http://bit.ly/Mw4UkE
Economic Times - ?2 hours ago?
On a RTI query made by BJP leader and RTI activist Om Prakash Sharma, the Ministry stated in its reply that the maximum of installed capacity of power in the country relates to the thermal power, which accounts for 1,36436.18 MW (or 66.44 per cent) of ...

◯Iran-Pakistan Gas pipeline: Italy, Russia and China show interest in project
http://bit.ly/NEsRpp
Business Recorder (blog) - ?10 hours ago?
Three major countries Italy, Russia and China have shown interest in financing the construction of Iran-Pakistan (IP) Gas pipeline project, a senior P. ... To meet the shortfall the government is focused on import options including Iran-Pakistan (IP ...

◯Nuclear plant in Haryana: Open meet closes in 45 minutes
http://bit.ly/NhoxwL
Times of India - ?11 hours ago?
The open house session organized by Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB), for an environment impact assessment (EIA) on the setting up 2800 MW nuclear power plant by Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) at Gorakhpur, turned out to ...



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