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Augast 21, 2012 -  Shell plans at least $1 billion a year China shale gas investment

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●12082101 India, Oman Tribune - ?34 minutes ago?
Jaya reiterates claim on N-plant power
India's atomic power plant operator Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) is building two reactors with Russian equipments at Kudankulam in Tirunelveli district.

●12082102 India, - ?5 hours ago?
New Indian Oil Find - Major Discovery, or Puddle?
According to the EIA, in 2011 India had approximately 5.7 billion barrels of proven oil reserves, the second-largest amount in the Asia-Pacific region after China, primarily light and sweet crude.

●12082103 Bhutan, SteelGuru - ?1 hour ago?
Sankosh to remain largest indo Bhutan power project
The already downsized mega Indo-Bhutan hydropower project 'Sankosh' is to face another episode of trimming to ensure better optimization of investment versus output ratio.

●12082104 USA, Washington Post (blog) - ?8 hours ago
Can natural gas solve global warming?
Written by Ezra Klein in 1,041,376 Google+ circles
?If all those rules came to pass and natural gas use surged around the world, displacing coal in countries like China and India, then the IEA estimates that worldwide greenhouse gases would be about 1.3 percent lower in 2035. That's a real dent, though ...

◯12082105 Vietnam, OOSKA News - ?13 hours ago
Vietnam Plugs Leaks at Song Tranh 2 Hydropower Plant
Vietnam Plugs Leaks at Song Tranh 2 Hydropower Plant. 21 Aug 2012 - 00:00 by OOSKAnews Correspondent. Water leakage at the main dam at Song Tranh 2 hydropower plant in Vietnam's Central Quang Nam province will be fully repaired by the end of ...

◯12082106 India, Power Engineering Magazine - ?Aug 20, 2012
Line losses major cause for energy crisis: SDPI
A recent study conducted by Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) suggests the only way out of this crisis is to invest and buy affordable electricity from hydro power, improve fuel efficiency of power plants and introduce 'smart grid' with ...

◯12082107 Srilanka, Colombo Page - ?9 hours ago?
Sri Lanka Chinese-built coal power plant broke down 12 times since opening ...
Aug 21, Colombo: Sri Lanka's Chinese-built Lakvijaya coal power plant in Norochcholai in the north western Puttalam district has broken down 12 times since its opening in March 2011, the Minister of Power and Energy Patali Champika Ranawaka has said ...

◯12082108 China, FuelFix (blog) - ?16 hours ago
China says US energy projects violate free trade
BEIJING - China's government has ruled that U.S. government support to six American solar and wind power projects violates free trade rules, adding to strains between Beijing and its trading partners over renewable energy.

◯12082109 China, 4-traders - ?17 hours ago
Shell plans at least $1 billion a year China shale gas investment
Shell has lined up alliances with Chinese oil firms outside China, covering coal-seam gas in Australia, LNG in Canada, gas exploration in Qatar and drilling offshore West Africa. Shell has taken a different approach in China's fuel retailing, by ...


◯Rising silt keeps Himachal hydropower plants shut
Deccan Herald - ?3 hours ago?
The country's biggest hydropower plant, the 1500-MW Nathpa Jhakri power project, and Jaypee Karcham Hydro Corp Ltd's 1000-MW Karcham Wangtoo hydroelectric project, both located in Kinnaur, have been closed since Monday, project officials said.

◯Himachal's hydropower plants shut, power shortage in north - ?16 hours ago?
By IANS,. Shimla : Five run-of-the-river mega hydropower plants in Himachal Pradesh remained shut Tuesday due to high silt level in rivers, triggering a power shortage in northern states.

◯Work begins on Philippines' 7-MW Tudaya 2 hydroelectric plant
HydroWorld - ?Aug 20, 2012?
Hedcor Inc. -- a wholly-owned subsidiary of AboitizPower Corporation -- has broken ground on its 7-MW Tudaya 2 hydropower project.

◯貿易赤字が7月で最大 5173億円、中国向け輸出不振
日本経済新聞 - ?20 minutes ago?
海外経済の減速で中国や欧州向けの輸出が落ち込む一方、液化天然ガス(LNG)の輸入が増えた。 画像の拡大. 7月の赤字幅は市場予測(2800億 ... 原子力発電所の停止に伴う火力発電所の稼働で燃料のLNGが24.2%伸びた。価格下落で原油や鉄鉱石の輸入は減ったが、 ...

◯エネルギーの選択肢が描く将来は? 欧米で色褪せたグリーン成長に賭ける日本
WEDGE Infinity - ?5 hours ago?
将来の原発比率を決める「エネルギー・環境に関する選択肢」についての議論が続いている。各地で開催された意見聴取会では、2030年に原発ゼロの選択肢を支持する参加者の比率が68%だったと報道されている。一方、経済団体、業界団体の意見書では原発比率低下による ...

◯Torrent Power Ltd Energizes CTC Global's First ACCC Transmission Line in India
EON: Enhanced Online News (press release) - ?2 hours ago?
BUSINESS WIRE)--CTC Global today announced that Torrent Power Ltd energized the first ACCCR conductor transmission line installed in India. The ACCC 629 kcmil (318mm2) Lisbon size conductor was installed to double the capacity of an existing 132 kV ...

◯What The Blackouts In India Tell Us About Our Electricity Grid
Technorati - ?3 hours ago?
On Monday, July 30th around 360 million people in India lost their electricity. That's more than the number of people that live in the United States.

◯India Considers $35 Billion Debt Revamp After Biggest Blackout
Bloomberg - ?9 hours ago?
India plans to restructure about $35 billion of loans held by its utilities to boost their ability to supply electricity and avert outages like the one that cut off power to half the nation's 1.2 billion people. Half of the short-term borrowings of the ...

◯Power companies question feasibility of LNG-based projects
Business Standard - ?9 hours ago?
While the offer to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) at $ 9.5 per unit to gas-based power projects of India Gas Solutions (IGS) is going to pose a tough challenge for the other players planning to set up LNG facilities on the Andhra coast, the ...

◯India implementing 14000 km natural gas pipelines: RPN Singh
Economic Times - ?11 hours ago?
NEW DELHI: India is currently implementing about 14000 km of natural gas pipelines projects, which is in addition to over 11000 km of existing cross-country pipelines, Minister of State for Petroleum & Natural Gas RPN Singh said. "Another 14000 km of ...

◯North India faces power crisis due to Himachal hydro-power plants stoppage
Parda Phash - ?12 hours ago?
The country's biggest hydropower plant, the 1500 MW Nathpa Jhakri Power Project, and Jaypee Karcham Hydro Corp. Ltd.

◯Indonesian Coal Swaps Unchanged Amid Holiday for Idul Fitri
Jakarta Globe - ?19 hours ago?
China's benchmark thermal-coal price at Qinhuangdao port was unchanged at a range of 620 yuan ($97.51) to 635 yuan a ton as of Aug. 19 from a week earlier, according to data from the China Coal Transport and Distribution Association. A commodity swap ...


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