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ー September 15, 2012 ー China investment in energy 'crucial' to Cambodia           

September 15, 2012 -  China investment in energy 'crucial' to Cambodia


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●12091501 Cambodia, China Daily - ?20 hours ago?
China investment in energy 'crucial' to Cambodia
カンボジアのスイセン大臣は,中国電力使節団に最大限の賛辞
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12091501.htm
http://bit.ly/U0uzTa
1209150101.jpg,1209150102.jpg,1209150103.jpg,
Chinese investors have invested billions of US dollars in building hydropower dams and power transmission lines in Cambodia," he told reporters after the meeting.

●12091502 Pakistan, OOSKA News - ?14 hours ago
US Offers Funding for Diamer Bhasha Dam, Pakistan Also Talking to Russia and China
パキスタンのバシャダムで,米国も資金供与に言及
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12091502.htm
http://bit.ly/TRfBAl
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - The United States could provide funding for Pakistan's $13 billion USD Diamer Bhasha Dam project, which has stalled over funding issues and objections from neighboring India. “Diamer Bhasha Dam needs massive financing and ...

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◯CHIEF MINISTER OF HIMACHAL PRADESH DHUMAL DEDICATES 192 MW ...
インドのヒマチャル州政府,水力開発企業に地元への配慮要求
http://bit.ly/SmXfBy
HydroWorld - ?2 hours ago?
Chief Minister advised the entrepreneurs investing in hydro power sector, to win the trust of the people of the area where their projects were being commissioned.

◯Hedcor expects Davao City approval on hydropower plant
フィリッピンのミンダナオ,13MW水力へ許認可期待
http://bit.ly/SmWKaz
Manila Standard Today - ?12 hours ago?
Hedcor Inc., a unit of Aboitiz Power Corp., expects to secure an approval from the Davao City Council on the construction of the 13-megawatt Tamugan hydropower project, after being delayed for four years. Hedcor president and chief operating officer ...

◯Indian official calling for improved hydropower development process
インドのアルナチャル,水力開発の制度に改善を求む
http://bit.ly/Oq1RG9
HydroWorld - ?12 hours ago?
Tuki says Arunachal Pradesh could contain as much as 40% of India's hydropower potential and that development would not only reduce the industrious country's carbon emissions, but also benefit the region's economy.

◯Experts doubt efficacy of Song Tranh 2 Hydropower dam
ベトナムの地震で専門家がダムの影響説に疑問
http://bit.ly/PD6q43
VietNamNet Bridge - ?19 hours ago?
VietNamNet Bridge ? On September 12, the People's Committee of Quang Nam Province and scientists of the Vietnam Institute of Science and Technology announced their initial conclusions on the phenomenon of recurring earthquakes in Bac Tra My District ...

◯Germany's HOCHTIEF To Acquire Hydropower Projects In India
インドの認可済の中規模水力にドイツ企業が資本参加の意向
http://bit.ly/QgE3c9
DealCurry - ?19 hours ago?
The German construction company plans to buy 49% stake in hydropower projects with varying capacity of 100-250 MW and it is interested in projects which has approvals and government clearances, according to ET.

◯習近平氏、2週間ぶり姿 大学行事出席、笑み浮かべ歩く写真(2012.9.15 11:39)
http://bit.ly/QgEYsR
MSN産経ニュース - ?49 minutes ago?
9月1日に中国・北京で行われた中央党校の始業式に出席した習近平国家副主席。この日以来、公の場から姿を消している(AP) 【北京=川越一】中国国営新華社通信によると、今月1日以来、動静が途絶えていた習近平国家副主席が15日、自然科学大衆化を記念する毎年 ...

◯枝野大臣“着工済み原発建設継続”
http://bit.ly/R7A6Tf
NHK - ?1 hour ago?
枝野経済産業大臣は、14日決定した新しいエネルギー政策を説明するため青森県を訪れ、三村知事や地元に対し、青森県大間町で建設中の原子力発電所など、着工済みの原発について建設の継続を容認する考えを伝えました。 枝野経済産業大臣は、15日、核燃料サイクル ...

◯“原発ゼロ”電力供給はどうなる
http://bit.ly/SmZ7Kz
NHK - ?18 hours ago?
また、普及が期待されている太陽光や風力などの再生可能エネルギーについても利用者の負担増や技術開発が課題となります。 ... その要因としては、家庭や企業などで節電への取り組みが進んだことに加え、火力発電所のトラブルによる停止が少なかったことや、この夏、西日本では水力発電が増えたこと ...

◯エネルギー・環境戦略:「30年代原発ゼロ」決定 最終案、原案から後退 法制化措置削除/もんじゅ将来像見えず
http://bit.ly/RYm8qZ
毎日新聞 - ?8 hours ago?
政府が14日決定した新しいエネルギー・環境戦略は、原案段階からの修正が目立つ。 最大の変更点は、法制化措置が削除されたことだ。原案では新戦略の実現に向けて「革新的エネルギー・環境戦略推進法案(仮称)」を掲げ、「速やかに国会提出する」と明記していたが、最終 ...

◯Pertamina wants higher natural gas price from Petronas
インドネシアのプルタミナはガス価格値上げを希望
http://bit.ly/Uc1eCo
Jakarta Post - ?1 hour ago?
Pertamina Hulu Energi (PHE) says it is in talks with Malaysia's Petroliam Nasional (Petronas) and Petro Vietnam Exploration and Production (PVEP) to raise the price of natural gas from its oil and gas block in Malaysia. PHE, a subsidiary of state-run ...

◯World Bank approves fund for electricity project in Vietnam
ベトナムの送電整備へ世界銀行が協力
http://bit.ly/Oq5ADF
SGGP - ?20 hours ago?
The World Bank has closely collaborated with the Government of Vietnam over the last decade to expand the power network and to provide electricity to all parts of the country. As a consequence, access to electricity has increased from 50 percent in ...

◯'Neighbors Not Against Xayaburi'
ラオスのエネルギー大臣,ベトナムやカンボジアのサヤブリ反対を拒否
http://bit.ly/PDbci8
Radio Free Asia - ?Sep 13, 2012?
The energy minister of Laos has rejected reports that Vietnam and Cambodia are against the construction of the controversial Xayaburi dam on the Mekong River, stressing that the hydropower project will not be shelved. Minister Soulivong Daravong also ...

◯Statewide protest against power hike
インドのビハール州,電気料金値上げに全面的に反対運動
http://bit.ly/R35wzR
Times of India - ?3 hours ago?
Addressing a press conference organized by the manch, Bihar State Electricity Supply Union secretary Chakradhar Prasad Singh flayed the government for the hike in electricity rates. One of the members of the manch, Nand Kishore Singh said the NDA ...

◯LNG import project: ECC may approve import of 1 billion cubic feet per day
パキスタン政府,LNG輸入,日10億立方フィート認める
http://bit.ly/O4KcJT
The Express Tribune - ?5 hours ago?
The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the cabinet is likely to accord approval to a plan to import one billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in an attempt to cope with the shortage of gas in the country, particularly ...

◯Nuclear row: Congress says agitation not a solution
インドの国会は原発反対の声に,必要と,反対扇動は無益
http://bit.ly/Oq7q7e
Moneycontrol.com - ?5 hours ago?
Emphasising that energy-hungry India was in need of nuclear power, he said that such projects in India were safest in the world.

◯Kondhane dam project scaled down for faster clearances?
インド,マハラシュトラのコンダンダム,規模縮小
http://bit.ly/QqzN7p
Hindustan Times - ?9 hours ago?
The Kondhane dam project in Raigad might have been deliberately scaled down from a medium project to a minor one to get speedier approval, after which it was scaled back up to a big project, according to documents released under the RTI act.

◯Jal Satyagraha continues at Kudankulam
インドのクダンクラム原発への反対運動激化
http://bit.ly/RTd4Q3
indiablooms - ?18 hours ago?
Kudankulam, Sept 14 (IBNS): A large number of anti-nuclear protesters on Friday formed a human chain and stood in sea water to protest against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) in Tamil Nadu. ... The protest against India's largest nuclear ...

◯China's energy use reduced against output
中国の石炭発電の効率は落ちてきている
http://bit.ly/QaCYQ8
China Daily - ?5 hours ago?
Power generators consumed 329 grams of coal in producing 1 kilowatt hour of electricity in 2011, down from 392 grams in 2000, a press release from the SERC said.

◯Japan to phase out nuclear power by 2040
日本は2040年までに原発ゼロを実現すると
http://bit.ly/QgILX8
Globe and Mail - ?11 hours ago?
Japan is the world's third-largest importer of crude oil, after the United States and China. The country is the largest importer of thermal coal, on a par with China, and by far the biggest buyer of liquefied natural gas, a form of supercooled natural ...

◯CNOOC commences production at Yacheng 13-4 gas field
中国のCNOOC,ヤッチェンガス田で生産開始
http://bit.ly/OOrdPi
Equities.com - ?14 hours ago?
Sep 14, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- CNOOC Limited, a producer of offshore crude oil and natural gas, has commenced production at Yacheng 13-4 gas field. Yacheng 13-4 is located about 72 km southwest of Sanya, Hainan Province, in the north part ...

◯China's August electricity consumption rises 3.6% on year to 449.5 bil kWh
中国の8月の電力需要の伸びは年率換算3.6%
http://bit.ly/TVsKs8
Platts - ?22 hours ago?
Of that, industrial electricity consumption accounted for 2,379.2 billion kWh, up 3.1% year on year. In the first eight months of the year, China's coal-fired power units worked a total 3,329 hours, down 218 hours or 6.1% year on year. Hydropower units ...



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