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ー Augast 7, 2012 ー Coal gasification and LNG controversies - II          

Augast 7, 2012 -  Coal gasification and LNG controversies - II


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●12080701 Gas, Business Recorder (blog)
Coal gasification and LNG controversies - II
米国のシェールガスがパキスタンなど,石炭ガス化に障害
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12080701.htm
http://bit.ly/N6Mwxi
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208070101.jpg
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208070102.jpg
http://www.adachihayao.net/1208070103.jpg
Due to extremely low natural gas prices prevailing in the US, there is hardly any project of Coal Gasification in the US presently; may be one to here and there.

その他

◯ECNEC likely to okay funding for 35 projects on 16th
http://bit.ly/MX7QXN
PakTribune.com - ?22 hours ago?
Funding for flagship projects like multi-billion rupees projects including Tarbela 4 Extension Hydropower project and Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) project are expected to be approved in the meeting.

◯The Nimoo-Bazgo Hydroelectric Power Project: Potential And Future Prospects ...
http://bit.ly/T9sdjy
Eurasia Review - ?Aug 3, 2012?
Ladakh, which includes the two districts of Kargil and Leh, has a huge hydro-power potential for generation of electricity due to grade and discharge (the amount of water that flows through the river bed) in the river.

◯南北スーダン、石油交渉で合意
http://s.nikkei.com/Ro6INp
日本経済新聞 - ?14 hours ago?
【ナイロビ=共同】エチオピアからの報道によると、南アフリカのムベキ元大統領は4日、アディスアベバで記者団に、南スーダンの石油収益の配分交渉で同国とスーダンが合意に達したと述べた。ムベキ氏は南北スーダン問題でアフリカ連合(AU)の調停役を務めている。

◯南シナ海声明で米に抗議=強い不満表明−中国
http://bit.ly/N6Ln8W
時事通信 - ?15 hours ago?
【北京時事】中国外務省の張昆生次官補は4日、米国務省が3日、南シナ海問題で中国の行動に懸念を表明する声明を発表したことについて、ロバート・ワン駐中国公使(臨時代理大使)を緊急に呼び出し抗議した。 中国外務省によると、張次官補は「米国の声明は事実を ...

◯Nepal: Weakness in harnessing Water Resources
http://bit.ly/N6MdCH
Telegraphnepal.com - ?1 hour ago?
Nepal: Bhutan refugee issue revisited .... The governments of Nepal formed after 1990 know only (a) to import electricity from India (b) run thermal plant (c) hand over hydropower projects to the foreigners (d) what India asks them to do. Therefore it ...

◯'First Kudankulam unit likely to be commissioned next month'
http://bit.ly/NtW551
Zee News - ?1 hour ago?
India's nuclear regulator is inspecting the first 1000 MW unit of the nearly Rs 16000 crore project, being developed with Russian collaboration, and is expected to give its report in the next few days.

◯8 northern states to discuss power woes with Moily on Monday
http://bit.ly/PVOywW
Business Standard - ?2 hours ago?
Press Trust of India / New Delhi Aug 05, 2012, 11:17 IST. Eight northern states will discuss on Monday with Union Power Minister Veerapa Moily the issues they face in electricity transmission and distribution. Moily had last week called a meeting of ...

◯Major blackout in India caused by power grids' failure to meet demand
http://bit.ly/QZ1uWK
Utility Products - ?Aug 3, 2012?
India's problem with electricity supplies is quite typical of Asia in general. China that carried out a program of construction of standardized coal-burning thermal plants is the only country that has managed to solve the problem relatively well so far ...

◯US says it is 'concerned' about escalating South China Sea tension
http://bit.ly/Mq2kgm
Platts - ?Aug 3, 2012?
"We are concerned by the increase in tensions in the South China Sea and are monitoring the situation closely," Patrick Ventrell, State Department acting deputy press secretary said in a statement Friday.

◯China cuts capacity
http://bit.ly/Pwmcc4
Sydney Morning Herald - ?Aug 3, 2012?
COAL prices are falling so fast that China, the world's biggest producer, has cut capacity by more than Australia's entire coal output. Slowing economic growth is sapping demand for fuel used to generate electricity, encouraging miners to halt output ...

◯Cnooc Ltd: Yacheng 13-4 Natural Gas Field Starts Production
http://fxn.ws/NZzWPa
Fox Business - ?Aug 3, 2012?
Cnooc Ltd. (CEO), China's largest offshore oil producer, said Friday that its Yacheng 13-4 natural gas field has begun production and will reach peak output of 0.35 billion cubic meters a year by 2013.



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