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ー Augast 1, 2012 ー North, East India powerless, grids collapse again          

Augast 1, 2012 -  North, East India powerless, grids collapse again


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●12080101 Philippines,MSN NZ News
Philippines to explore disputed area
フィリッピン政府はパラワン西岸沖の原油ガス探査の3つの契約を入札に
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12080101.htm
http://bit.ly/OFTQQc
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208010101.jpg
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208010102.jpg
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208010103.jpg
The two disputed areas for exploration are just beside the Philippines' existing natural gas fields, while the third lies closer to the Palawan coast.

●12080102 India, IBNLive.com
North, East India powerless, grids collapse again
インド北部が送電線事故で大変なことになっていますね
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12080102.htm
http://bit.ly/T1G3UV
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208010201.jpg
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DMRC officials have also asked government if hydel project in Bhutan can be used again today to run essential services.

●12080103 China, CRIENGLISH.com
Shale Gas, an Energy 'Game-changer'
中国でもシェールガスは大きなインパクトを与えるだろう
http://www.adachihayao.net/index1208010301.htm
http://bit.ly/MWULfe
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208010301.jpg
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208010302.jpg
China's natural gas consumption has exploded over the last decade, due to increasing demands for cleaner energy resources.

その他

◯Many reservoirs start to discharge water
http://bit.ly/Nl0iYV
VietNamNet Bridge - ?2 hours ago?
Some large irrigation and hydropower reservoirs across the country such as Dau Tieng, Son La, Hoa Binh and Tuyen Quang on Monday announced to discharge water to lower the water level and ensure the reservoir safety in the flooding season. Dau Tieng ...

◯Hydro-power potential An unused wealth
http://bit.ly/R2eTKM
Himalayan Times - ?10 hours ago?
"The immense hydro-power potential of the entire Himalayan region if properly tapped could work wonders for South Asia.

◯インド首相への圧力増大−6億人汗だくの大規模停電
http://bit.ly/OmjiYN
ブルームバーグ - ?2 hours ago?
8月1日(ブルームバーグ): 電気を確保し続けることが、シン・インド首相の直近の最優先課題に浮上した。 約10年ぶりの低い経済成長率と干ばつ見通し、政策の後退と汚職疑惑に揺れる政府。これだけで状況は十分に悪い。そこに、36時間の間に2回にわたる停電が追い打ち ...

◯政府、電力政策でジレンマ 東電国有化、脱原発が再建の足かせに
http://bit.ly/R2lJ34
SankeiBiz - ?10 hours ago?
政府が31日、東京電力を実質国有化したことで、政府の電力政策は難しい立ち位置に置かれることになった。筆頭株主として東電の利益を追求する一方で、脱原発依存や電力自由化などの電力システム改革に取り組まなくてはならないからだ。脱原発や電力自由化は東電をはじめ電力会社の経営にはマイナス ...

◯CNOOCの買収、石油に及ぶ中国の影響力示す
http://on.wsj.com/T2M6Zu
ウォール・ストリート・ジャーナル日本版 - ?7 hours ago?
中国の国有石油会社は、世界各地の実現困難なエネルギー関連の企業やプロジェクトに注力することで生産のきっかけをもたらしている。

◯インドで世界最大規模の停電−6億人以上に影響
http://on.wsj.com/N9Z8QR
ウォール・ストリート・ジャーナル日本版 - ?4 hours ago?
3時間ほど前、茶園で女性労働者2人がヒョウに噛まれた。野生のゾウも毎日のように入り込む」と語った。 ヒマラヤ山脈でインドに接している小国ブータンは今週支援を強化し、インドが送電網の復旧を急いでいる間、ブータンにある水力発電所からインドへの電力を追加供給した。

◯Indonesia cuts thermal coal output forecast
http://bit.ly/MaPGeZ
Business Times - Malaysia - ?12 hours ago?
JAKARTA: Thermal coal output in Indonesia could be steady this year with 2011, at around 360 million tonnes, an industry group said yesterday, cutting its forecast as a global oversupply puts pressure on the industry.

◯Indonesia's Electricity Company's Customers Up 16 Per Cent
http://bit.ly/Qmwyzk
Bernama - ?Jul 30, 2012?
JAKARTA, July 31 (Bernama) -- PT PLN, the state electricity company, has recorded an increase of 16 percent in the number of its customers in the first semester this year, Indonesia's Antara news agency reported. The company's president director, Nur ...

◯Gazprom eyes shipping LNG to Vietnam-statement
http://reut.rs/PpTV7f
Reuters - ?Jul 30, 2012?
... event, stokes iPhone talk. 8:19am IST. Romney riles Palestinians with digs at culture, economy. 5:55am IST. COLUMN-Thailand's oxymoronic rice policy lives on: Clyde Russell. 30 Jul 2012 ... MOSCOW, July 30 (Reuters) - Russian state-run gas monopoly ...

◯INDONESIA THERMAL COAL: Lack of firm bids pressures prices
http://bit.ly/MaPcFP
Platts - ?Jul 30, 2012?
Two Chinese buyers were looking to buy two Handymax cargoes of 5000 kcal/kg GAR coal at $53/mt FOB and for loading before the upcoming Ramadan holidays next month, but Indonesian coal producers were offering it at $55/mt FOB, an Indonesia-based ...

◯Power returning after India's big blackout
http://bit.ly/OATDMi
Adelaide Now - ?4 minutes ago?
POWER supplies have been largely restored in India after its worst-ever blackout, which left hundreds of millions of people across more than half the country without electricity. The blackout, which lasted for well over 10 hours, began at ... An area ...
See realtime coverage

◯Blackout brings India to a standstill
http://bit.ly/NTx0DF
Windsor Star - ?19 minutes ago?
Photograph by: AFP, Getty Images , The Daily Telegraph. The biggest blackout in the world brought half of India to a standstill Tuesday, as a power outage left 670 million people without electricity. From the border with Burma in the northeast to the ...

◯Power outage: Blame game begins; Veerappa Moily takes charge of ministry
http://bit.ly/NTwVjl
NDTV - ?24 minutes ago?
The Centre has come down sharply on Punjab, Haryana and UP saying they overdrew 4000 MW of electricity and that caused the tripping of three grids in a cascade effect yesterday,

◯60 cr people in 22 states hit
http://bit.ly/R6Wjpt
The Statesman - ?27 minutes ago?
Till tonight, electricity was not completely restored in all the affected states. Power supply could be completely restored in north-east India, while 80 % normalcy in this regard was achieved in north India. Electricity was fully restored in the ...

◯Cheap, abundant coal isn't going anywhere
http://bit.ly/My5aLC
Daytona Beach News-Journal - ?2 hours ago?
Consider Vietnam, where electricity use increased by 227 percent from 2001 to 2010. Its coal demand jumped by 175 percent during the period, and it had the world's fastest percentage growth in CO2 emissions.

◯Residents Vow To Fight Power Plant
http://bit.ly/OmrYOF
Radio Free Asia - ?16 hours ago?
Authorities in the southern Chinese island province of Hainan have renewed plans to build a controversial coal-fired power station on the island's coast, sparking renewed clashes with local residents and a vow to continue the campaign to have the ...




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