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ー Augast 12, 2012 ー Work on Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project halted          

Augast 12, 2012 - Work on Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project halted 


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●12081201 Pakistan, The News International - ?2 hours ago?
Work on Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project halted
パキスタンのインダス河上流,969MWのニールームジェルム水力工事中止
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LAHORE: Work on Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project (NJHP) has suffered a big blow due to lack of funding, sources said on Friday.

●12081202 Pakistan, Business Recorder (blog)
World Bank delaying Diamer-Bhasha dam for 10 years?
パキスタン国会特別委員会は,世界銀行のバシャダムへの支援で大揉め
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World Bank is reportedly delaying 4500 MW Diamer-Bhasha dam for at least 10 years by offering funding for run of the river 4320MW Dasu hydropower project. This was revealed at a meeting of Senate Standing Committee on Water and Power on Friday ...

●12081203 Pakistan, Power Engineering Magazine - ?Aug 10, 2012
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa potential not fully exploited to meet growing energy ...
パキスタン北西部の包蔵水力の開発は,中央と州の調整の問題でもたつく
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12081203.htm
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?Almost 89 percent of hydropower potential despite being the cheapest source of electricity generation is still untapped in the country.

●12081204 Indonesia, Shanghai Daily (subscription) - ?Aug 10, 2012?
Indonesia completes 45 pct of first phase mega power plant project: official
インドネシア,第1次10GWプロジェクト,現時点で45%の進捗
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12081204.htm
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Shanghai Daily (subscription) - ?Aug 10, 2012?
JAKARTA, Aug. 10 (Xinhua) -- An executive of the state utility firm, PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), said Friday that so far, only about 45 percent of the government's first phase of power mega project with a total capacity of 10000 MW has been ...

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◯Hydroelectric plant begins operations
http://bit.ly/PcGifh
Viet Nam News - ?3 hours ago?
Hydroelectric plant begins operations. HA GIANG - The Nho Que 3 hydroelectric facility was inaugurated yesterday in the mountain province of Ha Giang's Meo Vac District.

◯Risky development: Hydropower project leaves thousands in search of water
http://bit.ly/PQ38FI
The Express Tribune - ?4 hours ago?
“At least 600 water springs have vanished as a result of boring of the tunnels,” said Leader of the Opposition in Azad Kashmir (AJK) Legislative Assembly, Farooq Haider Khan, while talking to media persons at an Iftar dinner recently.

◯WAPDA to generate 1444MW with six projects
http://bit.ly/Tx9azG
Pakistan Daily Times - ?8 hours ago?
ISLAMABAD: The Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) on Sunday said it was working on six hydropower projects with cumulative generation capacity of about 1444 megawatts, out of which five projects were in construction phase, while the ...

◯South Asia's energy crisis demands collective action
http://bbc.in/OU1OTQ
BBC News - ?9 hours ago?
South Asia is rich in energy resources, ranging from renewables such as hydro-electricity and solar power to fossil fuels such as coal and gas.

◯National Green Tribunal okays raising Maheshwar dam's reservoir level for 3 ...
http://bit.ly/PQ2HLM
Economic Times - ?Aug 11, 2012?
NEW DELHI: The National Green Tribunal has given its nod to the Madhya Pradesh government and the promoters of the 400 MW Maheshwar Hydro Power Project over Narmada river to increase the water level of the dam for three months on a trial basis.

◯洪水禍のフィリピン 死者85人に、被災者240万人超
http://bit.ly/PgKCbD
CNN Japan - ?3 hours ago?
(CNN) フィリピンを襲った大雨によって起きた洪水で、当局は13日までに、85人が死亡したと明らかにした。被災者の数は240万人以上に上っている。 国家災害リスク軽減管理委員会によれば、死者の多くは、おぼれたり土砂崩れに巻き込まれたりしたために死亡した ...

◯スー・チー氏、大統領と3度目の会談
http://bit.ly/R7mZYn
毎日放送 - ?9 hours ago?
ミャンマーの民主化運動指導者アウン・サン・スー・チー氏は12日、テイン・セイン大統領と会談しました。スー・チー氏が下院議員に就任して以降、大統領との会談は今回が初めてです。 ミャンマーの最大野党・国民民主連盟の党首で民主化運動指導者のアウン・サン・ ...

◯エネルギー政策:意見集約に有識者会議設置へ
http://bit.ly/Sdtkw4
毎日新聞 - ?3 hours ago?
古川元久国家戦略担当相は13日、2030年の原子力発電の比率などを盛り込んだ政府の新たなエネルギー・環境戦略の策定に関連し、意見聴取会や意見公募などによる「国民的議論」の集約・分析を行うための有識者会議を設置すると発表した。メンバーは世論調査に詳しい ...

◯インド石油ガス公社46月期は増益、原油高と為替差益で
http://bit.ly/PgRSUT
ロイター - ?5 hours ago?
ただインドは、ディーゼル油、調理用ガス、ケロシンなど石油製品の価格に上限を設定しており、ONGCなどの生産業者は、製油業者に原油を割引価格で販売して補助金支払いの一端を担っていることから、ONGCは原油価格上昇の恩恵を完全に受けているわけではない。

◯電事連「どの選択肢も問題」−エネルギー政策の意見公募
http://on.wsj.com/Sdt4x7
ウォール・ストリート・ジャーナル日本版 - ?8 hours ago?
電力10社でつくる電気事業連合会は10日、政府のパブリックコメント(意見公募)に対し、2030年の原発依存度として0%、15%、20?25%の三つを示したエネルギー政策の選択肢について「いずれも国民負担や経済への影響、実現可能性の点から問題が極めて大きい」と ...

◯新興国で深刻化する電力不足 エジプト、インド…中国にも警戒感
http://bit.ly/Sdr5Jc
MSN産経ニュース - ?18 hours ago?
背景には経済発展に伴う電力需要増に発電所などのインフラ整備が追いつかないことや、原子力発電所への逆風があり、同様の事情を抱える中国にも警戒感が広がっている。(小雲規生). AP通信によると、エジプトの首都カイロでは9日朝、広範囲にわたって停電が発生。

◯Philippines : Meralco unit expresses interest to acquire Malaya power plant ...
http://bit.ly/MVeN68
Equities.com - ?Aug 8, 2012?
An official of Meralco PowerGen Corp., the power generation unit of Manila Electric Co., said the company is interested to acquire the 650-megawatt Malaya thermal power plant in Pililla, Rizal. Aaron Domingo, the director of Meralco PowerGen said the ...

◯Finland Supports Climate Change Fight in Vietnam
http://bit.ly/SdttzI
ScandAsia.com - ?Jul 31, 2012?
... April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. country, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, +PLUS ... Vietnam state-run news agency ...

◯Gazprom eyes shipping LNG to Vietnam-statement
http://bit.ly/OU6GIH
Reuters Africa - ?Jul 30, 2012?
MOSCOW, July 30 (Reuters) - Russian state-run gas monopoly Gazprom said on Monday it agreed with the Vietnamese state oil group Petrovietnam on potential supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Vietnam. Gazprom Marketing and Trading Singapore, ...

◯Indian import will be game changer in global thermal coal market
http://bit.ly/NxknMu
SteelGuru - ?2 hours ago?
Total thermal coal production in India is 402 million tonne FY'12 with a shortfall of 53 million tonne met from imports.

◯50 pct thermal coal may have to be imported to meet power demand
http://bit.ly/Naag0O
SteelGuru - ?2 hours ago?
State miner Coal India Ltd believes 50% of the demand for power-grade fuel by electricity producers may have to be met with imports.

◯Pakistan to focus on coal power generation - Mr Mukhtar
http://bit.ly/MRXKYs
SteelGuru - ?2 hours ago?
Daily Times cited Mr Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar Federal Minister for Water and Power as saying that the government is focusing on the utilisation and promotion of hydel and coal resources in energy generation. It would be inexpensive electricity as ...

◯Planned a decade back, Kalpasar dam project yet to take off
http://bit.ly/Mr6frW
Business Standard - ?3 hours ago?
Planned a decade back, Kalpasar dam project yet to take off. Press Trust of India / Ahmedabad August 13, 2012, 10:05.

◯Light on gridlock
http://bit.ly/PdStKt
The Asian Age - ?3 hours ago?
It was a disaster the electricity establishment had feared might happen. And though efforts were made at the top official levels to prevent it, they could not stop the growing avalanche of undisciplined demand that brought North India to a standstill ...

◯Electricity grids key to South Asia's power problems
http://bbc.in/Mr64gc
BBC News - ?4 hours ago?
So should the governments of countries in the region such as India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bhutan collaborate more and pool their resources?

◯Mills: Renewable energy likely no match for coal, natural gas
http://bit.ly/RG4fN9
Power Engineering Magazine - ?5 hours ago?
Imagine life without electricity. No air conditioning. No computers. No television. And that is just the beginning. The impact on business would be devastating as was witnessed recently when blackouts crippled India and the country came to a standstill ...

◯When Bangladesh Will Achieve Gas Security?
http://bit.ly/O0NYgx
Power Engineering Magazine - ?5 hours ago?
9th August is a red letter day in the history of Natural Gas utilization of Bangladesh. On this very historic day in 1975 Shell BV an Anglo Dutch Energy giant started handing over ownership of their owned 5 gas fields to Bangladesh. Far sighted ...

◯Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission okays move to punish defaulting ...
http://bit.ly/RG3SCb
Times of India - ?6 hours ago?
NAGPUR: The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) has approved Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited's (MSEDCL) policy to punish farmers who do not pay their bills by not repairing the transformers that supply ...

◯No end in sight to endemic energy crisis in Pakistan
http://bit.ly/MVfexd
Saudi Gazette - ?8 hours ago?
ISLAMABAD - India may claim the world's biggest blackout, but in neighboring Pakistan an endemic energy crisis blamed on years of mismanagement cripples the economy and makes millions of lives a daily misery.

◯China coal industry reforms to survive
http://bit.ly/NxkRCu
SteelGuru - ?2 hours ago?
Severe overcapacity in many coal producing provinces has led to overstorage amid sharp decreases in power generating capacity among thermal power companies. Considered to be most famous coal-producing province, north China's Shanxi Province ...

◯Sri Lanka's coal power plant failed due to salt depositing in supply lines - CEB
http://bit.ly/PdSZIu
Colombo Page - ?Aug 11, 2012?
Aug 11, Colombo: Deputy Chairman of Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) Anura Wijepala has told media that the country's Chinese-built Lakvijaya coal power plant in Norochcholai was switched off due to a technical failure caused by salt depositing in supply ...

◯Can Coal Exports Compensate For Domestic Coal's Plunge?
http://bit.ly/Txkex0
NASDAQ - ?Aug 10, 2012?
Another large coal importer India will import more than 80 million tons of thermal coal in FY2012-13. These two nations - India and China - together have a import requirement of close to 300 million ton a year of thermal coal and 70 million ton a year



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