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ー Augast 9, 2012 ー EGAT believes AEC is an opportunity for Thailand          

Augast 9, 2012 -  EGAT believes AEC is an opportunity for Thailand

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●12080901 Thailand, - ?18 hours ago?
Thai lawsuit threatens to derail Laos plans for Mekong river dam
A group of Thai villagers moved to block a state-run company from buying electricity generated by a hydropower dam in Laos in a bid to halt the $3.6 billion project on the Mekong River that is opposed by downstream nations.

●12080902 Laos, The Nation - ?21 hours ago?
Three hydropower plants to begin producing this year in Laos
Vientiane - Laos expected three hydropower plants to come online this year with most of the power to be exported to Thailand and Vietnam, news reports said Tuesday.

●12080903 Thailand, Pattaya Mail - ?Aug 6, 2012
EGAT believes AEC is an opportunity for Thailand to access new electricity sources
This would enable the kingdom to increase the purchase of electricity from foreign countries. At present, Thailand primarily purchases electricity from Laos. The AEC will also help realize plans for connecting the electricity systems of all ASEAN ...

●12080904 Vietnam, SteelGuru - ?Aug 5, 2012
Vietnam to make sure nuclear power plant meets safety standards
VNS quoted Mr Le Dinh Tien deputy minister of Science and Technology as saying that Viet Nam will rely on the latest advances in technology to ensure that its first nuclear power plant meets the highest possible safety standards. The plant, which is ...


◯Gomal Zam dam hydro-power unit to begin operating in October
Central Asia Online - ?5 hours ago?
... decrease text size increase text size. PESHAWAR - The 17.4MW hydro-power unit of the under-construction Gomal Zam Dam (GZD) project in Waziristan soon will begin operating as construction has almost been completed, according to a senior official.

◯Regulators ask National Hydro to hold AGM within Aug 21
Himalayan Times - ?9 hours ago?
Last week, a meeting held between District Administration Office, Company Registrar's Office, and Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon), had decided to direct National Hydropower to hold its 14th and 15th AGMs within the said time frame. Likewise, the ...

◯President inspects Uma Oya project
Ceylon Daily News - ?10 hours ago?
The President also made an inspection tour to the Uma Oya multi-purpose project which includes construction of two rolling compact concrete dams, an underground hydro power plant with 134 MW capacity and about 25 Km underground tunnel. In 2008 ...

◯Rain failure puts TN's hydropower plants out of work
HydroWorld - ?21 hours ago?
CHENNAI: The failure of the southwest monsoon has dealt a severe blow to the state's hydroelectric power units, reducing energy generation by 33% of their combined capacity.

CNN Japan - ?2 hours ago?
マニラ(CNN) フィリピンのマニラ首都圏などを襲っている豪雨は7日も続き、浸水などの被害が深刻化している。土砂崩れで11人が死亡した。 ケソン市では土砂が住宅2棟をのみ込んだ。死者は全員同じ世帯の家族で、このうち3人が子どもだったという。

ロイター - ?5 hours ago?
8月7日、欧米市場で原油が急伸し、12週間ぶり高値を付けた。生産減や米国の追加緩和期待、中東情勢の緊張などが原油価格を押し上げた。写真は石油タンク。カナダ・アルバータ州で7月撮影(2012年 ロイター/Todd Korol) ... 原油のほか、ガソリンや天然ガス価格も2%前後上昇したことを受け、ロイター/ジェフリ ...

福井新聞 - ?8 hours ago?
関西電力は7日、兵庫県朝来市にある揚水発電としては国内最大出力の奥多々良木発電所(出力193・2万キロワット)を報道陣に公開した。 ... 今夏は原発の稼働が2基のみで供給力不足が懸念されることから、上部ダムを毎朝満水にする高水位運用を継続。全基同時のフル ...


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●NHPC completes DPR on Myanmar power project (120430)
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●Beyond the Indus Water Treaty: A Perspective on Kashmir's “Power” Woes (120204)
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