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ー September 17, 2012 ー Japan : World's First Integrated CCS of Coal-fired Power Plant Euons           

September 17, 2012 -  Japan : World's First Integrated CCS of Coal-fired Power Plant Euons

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●12091701 中国,J-CASTニュース - ?5 hours ago
尖閣沖は原油や天然ガスの「宝庫」 でも、試掘権の申請は40年近く棚上げ
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国連・アジア極東経済委員会(ECAFE) の協力で東シナ海で海底調査が行われ、その結果、尖閣諸島周辺の海域には1095億バレルの原油埋蔵量があり、「世界的な産油地域となるであろうと期待される」と、石油の有望な埋蔵地域と評価された。 1000億バレルの埋蔵量は、 ...

●12091702 USA, - ?9 hours ago
Japan : World's First Integrated CCS of Coal-fired Power Plant Euons ...
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The event marks an important milestone in the world's first integrated CCS project for flue gas from a coal-fired power plant - which contains significant quantities of impurity - on a scale of 500 metric tons per day (mtpd). Based on the results, MHI ...


◯China hydropower output surges in July and August
SteelGuru - ?3 minutes ago?
Interfax-China quoted the State Electricity Regulatory Commission said China hydropower output surged in July and August on higher than normal rainfall over the period.

◯More tremors shake central power plant
Viet Nam News - ?1 hour ago?
They concluded that the sequence of tremors in this area follow the rule of earthquake excitation caused by by the eight of water storage of the hydropower plant reservoir of Song Tranh. Experts said the sequence will come to an end if an earthquake of ...

◯AD Hydro commissions power unit in Manali
HydroWorld - ?2 hours ago?
AD Hydro Power has commissioned 192-MW Allain Duhangan hydro power plant in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. The project is a run-of-the-river scheme.

◯Investment in hydropower development
Himalayan Times - ?8 hours ago?
"Nepal? a hydro rich country is seen struggling with sluggish economic activities. It has grown more slowly with greater inequality.

◯BHEL signs MOU for 100 MW hydroelectric power plant in Tajikistan
PennEnergy- Energy News (press release) - ?9 hours ago?
The 100 MW hydroelectric power plant will be set up by BHEL on Zeravshan river in Tajikistan, and will help in harnessing Tajikistan's hydro potential.

◯Uganda's 3.5-MW Paidha hydropower plant now operational
HydroWorld - ?13 hours ago?
The commissioning of a 3.5-MW Paidha hydroelectric plant in Uganda's Zombo District will supply the West Nile sub-region with a reliable source of electricity.

ウォール・ストリート・ジャーナル日本版 - ?2 hours ago?
アジアの2大経済国である日中両国は貿易や投資で相互に結びついているため、両国の経済戦争は深刻な結果を招きかねない。両国の貿易額は総計で3450億ドル(約27兆円)に達している。 沖縄・尖閣諸島(中国名・釣魚島)の領有権をめぐる両国の争いによる経済的な影響が出 ...

◯Vietnam commits nuclear safety regulations
ベトナムが原発建設でIAEAの安全規定を順守すると - ?2 hours ago?
Regarding the country's nuclear power issue, the minister said that Vietnam has been exerting every effort to implement its nuclear power projects in accordance with IAEA's regulations on nuclear safety. Currently, feasibility studies are being ...

◯Cambodia to Buy Power From Laos' Xayaburi Dam
OOSKA News - ?14 hours ago?
... controversial Xayaburi Dam to Cambodia. It is already planning to sell power to Thailand, where last month a lawsuit was lodged to stop the country from buying electricity produced at the dam because of environmental and other concerns. The Lao ...

◯LNG import plan from India in doldrums
Pakistan Observer - ?2 hours ago?
Official said that India had already laid a 100-kilometre-long pipeline network to transport LNG to Bhatinda, from where a pipeline could be extended to Pakistan's Wagha border for gas injection into the Sui Northern Gas Pipeline Limited's network; but ...

◯India nuclear power protests grow
Power Engineering Magazine - ?3 hours ago
NEW DELHI // As India's newest nuclear plant gets ready to start generating power within two weeks, there have been suggestions that the government should have involved residents in the planning to avoid the growing violent protests.

◯Pakistan to import 1000MW from Turkmenistan
The Nation - ?4 hours ago?
Under the project Turkmenistan would provide thirteen-hundred megawatt electricity, out of which Afghanistan would import three hundred megawatt and Pakistan would import one-thousand megawatt electricity. The cost of the project is one billion dollar, ...

◯Blackouts Spur $18 Billion Power Grid Upgrade: Corporate India
Businessweek - ?15 hours ago
Power Grid Corp. of India Ltd., the nation's largest electricity transmission company, may exceed a 1 trillion rupee ($18 billion) spending plan to upgrade its network and avoid a repeat of the world's biggest blackout.

◯Reliance Power connects Sasan ultra mega power plant to national grid
Times of India 17 hours ago
However, a report by the Indian federal auditor, Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) last month said that the company had got undue benefits of Rs 29,033 crore, or $5 billion, due to diversification of excess coal from the Sasan coal project ...


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