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ー September 6, 2012 ー Largest hydropower station on Mekong River starts operation           

September 6, 2012 - Largest hydropower station on Mekong River starts operation 


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●12090601 日本女子プロゴルフ選手権大会コニカミノルタ杯
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12090601.htm
http://www.lpga.or.jp/
開催!前年度優勝 三塚優子
LPGAツアー公式戦『日本女子プロゴルフ選手権大会 コニカミノルタ杯』(賞金総額1億4,000万円、優勝賞金2,520万円)が9月6日(木)から9日(日)の4日間、滋賀県甲賀市のタラオカントリークラブ(6,670Yards/Par72)で開催される。

●12090602 Myanmar, ロイター - ?58 minutes ago
ミャンマーが石油・ガス田開発入札を延期、企業の透明性基準確保を優先
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12090602.htm
http://bit.ly/OaacTO
?1209060201.jpg, 1209060202.jpg,
[ヤンゴン 5日 ロイター] ミャンマーのエネルギー省高官はロイターに対し、世界最大手クラスの石油・ガス会社が掲げている透明性に関する国際基準を満たすため、早期実施を予定していた石油・ガス田開発入札を延期したことを明らかにした。 大手の石油・ガス会社は急速 ...

●12090603 Laos, The Nation - ?Sep 3, 2012 
Laos proceeds with another dam project despite controversy
ラオスのサヤブリダム,マレーシア企業がドンサホン水力工事中
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12090603.htm
http://bit.ly/TgXiEt
?1209060301.jpg, 1209060302.jpg,1209060303.jpg,1209060304.jpg,
Laos has begun work on a second hydropower dam on the Mekong River, weeks after its ongoing construction of the Xayaburi dam on another stretch of the river drew sharp criticism.

●12090604 China, China Daily - ?50 minutes ago
Largest hydropower station on Mekong River starts operation
メコン上流,ランサン河最大の糠抗渡ダムが一部運転開始
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12090604.htm
http://bit.ly/Rh2zLJ
1209060401.jpg, 1209060402.jpg, 1209060403.jpg,
The Lancang River, or Mekong River, rises on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and flows through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam before spilling into the South China Sea. The river's China section has an estimated 32 gigawatts of ...

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http://bit.ly/QqjHMV
VietNamNet Bridge - ?1 hour ago?
VietNamNet Bridge ? In the morning of September 6, thousands of residents of Bac Tra My district, Quang Nam province, panicked because of four consecutive quakes up to 3.4 on the Richter scale. In the last four days, this region suffered from 12 quakes.

◯Neglecting hydropower
パキスタン,この40年間水力建設を怠った酬いが今日の経過停電
http://bit.ly/UwXei4
The Nation - ?4 hours ago?
The past four decades neglect to build a hydro-electric dam have resulted in 12-hours loadshedding in cities and 16 hours in rural areas.

◯Neelum Jhelum project: Irregularities unearthed in costing, award of contract
パキスタンの計画委員会が中国企業と交わした不法行為を批判
http://bit.ly/QhiPfA
The Express Tribune - ?5 hours ago?
The Planning Commission (PC) has unearthed inconsistencies in the award of contract for the 969 megawatt (MW) Neelum Jhelum hydropower project to a Chinese firm during the Musharraf regime. The irregularity surfaced after the Ministry of Water and ...

◯CAG pegs hydro power losses at Rs 14700 crore
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http://bit.ly/P6D6Te
Firstpost - ?13 hours ago?
New Delhi: In yet another trouble for the government, a new report by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has exposed the rot in the power sector, reports CNN IBN.

◯クリントン米国務長官、中国との「率直な」関係を強調
http://on.wsj.com/UwYjq7
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◯トヨタ、インド工場拡張へ…エティオス 増産
http://bit.ly/OeRc6x
レスポンス - ?3 hours ago?
中国に次いで、新車市場の大きな成長が見込まれるインド。そのインドで、トヨタ自動車が生産能力の増強を計画していることが判明した。 これは9月6日、トヨタ自動車のインド車両生産・販売会社、トヨタ・キルロスカ・モーター(TKM)のVikram Kirloskar副会長が、インド ...

◯Indonesia Increases Price of Renewable Energies for Electricity
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http://bit.ly/Qh7lsz
Jakarta Globe - ?Sep 5, 2012?
This 2010 file photo shows an Indonesian worker of PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy checking a production well in Kamojang. The government has announced it will raise the price of three types of renewable energies for electricity needs, saying the move ...

◯Haryana govt begins first phase of nuclear power plant
インドのハリヤナ州で原発第一期工事が着工へ
http://bit.ly/Sp1iDz
Daily Bhaskar - ?59 minutes ago?
Chandigarh: The state government with Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) on Thursday started the first phase for constructing a nuclear power plant at Gorakhpur village in Fatehabad district. Government authorities, flanked by the officials of ...

◯Govt will build another nuclear power plant: PM
バングラデシュは更に原発の新規計画を進めている
http://bit.ly/Sp1W4d
Financial Express Bangladesh - ?11 hours ago?
"In future, we'll build another power plant in the southern region of the country," she said while addressing a function after inaugurating six highly sensitive scientific installations at Bangladesh Atomic Commission at Ganakbari. Hasina said that ...

◯Geography Rules: Why Mongolia's China Mining Strategy is a Mistake
モンゴルはどうして対中石炭政策を誤ったのか
http://bit.ly/RHOnKq
M.A.D - ?24 minutes ago?
Mongolia already exports coal to China, which took 99% of Mongolian coking coal exports in 2011, according to local sources.

◯TBA and China Huadian to build USD 1.5 billion power plant in South Sumatra
インドネシアの南スマトラで中国企業が15億ドル石炭火力
http://bit.ly/Sp2Opo
SteelGuru - ?2 hours ago?
PTBA and China Huadian Corporation, a state owned Chinese power company, plan to set up a JV company to operate a power plant. The partnership will build a 2x620 MW coal fired power plant in South Sumatra at an estimated cost of USD 1.5 billion.

◯China slowdown hits Indonesian coal exporters
中国経済のスローダウンがインドネシアの石炭輸出に悪影響
http://bit.ly/RHOHch
Sydney Morning Herald - ?8 hours ago?
Indonesia is the world's largest exporter of thermal coal used by power stations and it provides about half of China's coal imports. As one of the lowest cost producers in the world, it provides a litmus test of the health of the market. "With the ...

◯The King is Dead: Coal Stocks Have No Place in Your Portfolio中国の石炭依存は,米国の後を追うようにガス転換へ
http://bit.ly/P12mJ9
Trefis - ?12 hours ago?
And while China currently gets 80% of its power from coal, the country is fast tracking its natural gas program to duplicate the United States' success.

◯The Potential For Coal Gasification And Coal Chemical Industry ...
中国の投資公司CICC,石炭液化事業により関心
http://bit.ly/OUM5Fj
Seeking Alpha - ?12 hours ago?
According to the China International Capital Corporation (CICC) point of view, coal-to-oil conversion is more likely to be just a technologically strategic move, and investors should not have high expectations for massive production in the near term ...

◯Chinese fear price hikes after electricity reforms
中国,電力改革の結果がもたらす電力料金値上げを懸念
http://bit.ly/OUMF5T
chinadialogue - ?19 hours ago?
Crude oil prices have been falling this year, thanks to the global economic slump, and fuel prices in China have followed suit.



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