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ー October 18, 2012 ー Chinese team starts studying West Seti project site           

October 18, 2012 -  Chinese team starts studying West Seti project site

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●12101801 Vietnam, Thanh Nien Daily - ?22 hours ago?
Unfinished dam breaks in central Vietnam, floods fields
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Thanh Nien Daily - ?22 hours ago?
Authorities in the central province of Quang Tri visited a hydropower plant site Saturday after the investor finally admitted that its dam broke a week ago, flooding local fields.

●12101802 Nepal, Republica - ?9 hours ago?
Chinese team starts studying West Seti project site
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KATHMANDU, Oct 16: A technical team of experts from Beijing´s CWE Investment Corporation (CWEI), a subsidiary of the China Three Gorges Corporation that has agreed to develop the 750 MW West Seti Hydropower Project, has initiated preliminary study ...

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◯12101804 Philippines,Minda News - ?34 minutes ago?
COMMENTARY: Brownouts are back, hopefully not for good
While the STEAG shutdown will last until November 4 only, power supply from hydroelectric plants in Mindanao are likely to go down as the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) is already forecasting a ...

◯12101805 India,HydroWorld - ?46 minutes ago?
BHEL lands hydropower order in Tajikistan
In Tajikistan, BHEL has earlier commissioned a hydropower for Pamir-1 project in Khorog and is presently executing renovation, modernization and uprating of Varzob-1 Hydro Power Project. The latest partnership highlights BHEL's continued support to ...

◯12101806 Pakistan, - ?1 hour ago?
No money for dams
THE financial constraints facing Wapda are likely to hit another hydropower project - Gomal Zam dam. The contractor, the Frontier Works Organisation, has put the authority on notice for immediate clearance of its dues of Rs4bn.

◯12101807 Nepal, Republica - ?8 hours ago?
Japan, WB to support hydropower development: FM Pun
Japan, WB to support hydropower development: FM Pun. REPUBLICA. KATHMANDU, Oct 18: The Japanese government, World Bank and International Finance Corporation (IFC) have committed to support Nepal on the development of hydropower sector.

◯12101808 Nepal, Himalayan Times - ?9 hours ago?
Nepse suspends 30 firms for not paying renewal fee
The companies suspended today include nine finance companies, five development banks, one insurance company, one hydropower company, two trading companies, one hotel, one film development corporation, and nine manufacturing companies.

◯12101809 Philippines, - ?12 hours ago?
Power firm threatens to sue energy agency
Agus 3 Hydropower Corp., the proponent seeking to build a $570-million, 240-megawatt hydropower plant in Mindanao, has warned that the Department of Energy's continued inaction on its proposal could make the agency's officials answerable to criminal, ...

◯12101810 Pakistan, Business Standard - ?13 hours ago?
J-K govt flagged power as important sector: Omar Abdullah
Public Private Partnership, Independent Power Projects, Joint Venture Schemes and Engineering Procurement Construction modes are being followed to harness hydro power in the state, the chief minister said. He said the Corporation has to work hard to ...

◯12101811 Nepal, Republica - ?13 hours ago?
Progress of national pride projects satisfactory: NPC
Similarly, Budhigandaki Hydropower Project, Sikta Irrigation Project, Ranijamara Irrigation Project and Babai Irrigation Project are other projects that the government is undertaking with priority.

◯12101812 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?20 hours ago?
Earthquakes again at Song Tranh 2 Hydropower Plant
... 2 Hydropower Plant. VietNamNet Bridge ? The People's Committee of Bac Tra My district, Quang Nam province, has reported that quakes occurred in the communes located around the Song Tranh 2 hydropower plant in the morning yesterday, October 16.

◯12101813 Philippines, - ?8 hours ago?
Fluor Captures EPC Contract for Malampaya Deep Water Gas-to-Power Project in ...
"This new EPC contract for the Malampaya Deep Water Gas-to-Power Project solidifies our strength in the growing global offshore gas market," said Peter Oosterveer, Fluor's president for Energy & Chemicals.

◯12101814 Indonesia, Platts - ?20 hours ago?
BPMigas cuts Indonesia's 2012 crude output forecast to 870400 b/d
Indonesia's upstream regulator BPMigas has revised down the country's crude and condensate output forecast for 2012 to 870,400 b/d, a 3.7% decline compared with its revised estimate of 904,000 b/d set in May, BPMigas' chairman R Priyono said Wednesday ...

◯12101815 Indonesia, Asahi Shimbun - ?22 hours ago?
BIZ BRIEF: Mitsubishi Corp. enters geothermal power business in Indonesia
Mitsubishi Corp. announced plans Oct. 17 to expand its business in the renewable energy sector by agreeing to acquire a 20-percent stake in Star Energy Geothermal Pte.

◯12101816 Cambodia, Radio Australia - ?Oct 16, 2012
Cambodia denies it plans to build a nuclear power plant
Its an underdeveloped remote south western area that abuts Thailand's Trat province. The Bangkok ... in Thailand. Cambodia's other neighbour, Vietnam is building two nuclear power plants with Russian help and Indonesia is keen to add it to its energy mix.

◯12101817 Pakistan, Your Industry News (press release) - ?9 minutes ago?
Nuclear power market in Pakistan
Nuclear power is not a significant contributor the Pakistan's energy production, accounting for just about two percent of the country's electricity mix. Having three nuclear power plants, Pakistan imports its enriched fuel from China. After the ...

◯12101818 India, Power Engineering Magazine - ?30 minutes ago
French model could suit India
Dr. R.K. Sinha observed that India would see merit in adopting France's philosophy. He explained that in India nuclear power plants will continue to be built till sufficient energy security is created. After that, the focus could shift to solar plants ...

◯12101819 India, INDOlink - ?2 hours ago?
India, Australia weigh uranium deal during Gillard visit
India needs the uranium for its expanding civil nuclear power programme. The world's most populous democracy, which also has nuclear weapons, suffers chronic electricity shortages that hobble its economic growth, raise business costs and leave hundreds ...

◯12101820 Pakistan, Business Recorder (blog) - ?7 hours ago?
Diamer-Bhasha dam project: Centre blames ADB for $2 billion loss
The federal government has accused the Asian Development Bank (ADB) of causing $2 billion (Rs 190 billion) loss to Pakistan in four years because of its dilly dallying on 4,500-megawatt Diamer-Bhasha dam, sources close to Chairman Wapda told Business ...

◯12101821 India,The Hindu - ?10 hours ago
India, Japan to hold second 2 + 2 dialogue on Monday
India and Japan will hold their second 2 + 2 dialogue on Monday in Tokyo involving the Foreign and Defence Secretaries of both sides in the run-up to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Japan in mid-November, say government sources.

◯12101822 India, Times of India - ?11 hours ago?
Thermal power plants 'threaten' Vidarbha
MUMBAI: The drought-ravaged Vidarbha region, where over 8,200 farmers have committed suicides in the past decade, could be besieged by an even bigger crisis in the near future.

◯12101823 Pakistan, Tehran Times - ?14 hours ago?
Pakistan, Iran vow to expedite joint mega projects
The two leaders also reviewed progress on the mega projects, including the Iran-Pakistan Gas pipeline, the 1000 MW Taftan-Quetta power transmission line; the 100 MW Gwadar power supply project; construction of Noshki-Dalbandin section of Quetta-Taftan ...

◯12101824 China, Morning Whistle - ?22 hours ago
China starts construction on third west-to-east gas pipeline
Annually 25 billion cubic meters of natural gas will come from Central Asia and 5 billion cubic meters of coal gas from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region to central and eastern China, according to China National Petroleum Corp, which owns the project.

◯12101825 China, Wall Street Journal - ?Oct 16, 2012
China Nuclear Report Acknowledges Safety Concerns
Despite such apprehension, Beijing sees growing nuclear production capabilities as important to diversify away from foreign oil while reducing environmental pollution resulting from coal-fired electricity generation. China's government hopes that by ...
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●Myanmar in the dark over hydropower for Asia (120725)
●Himalayan glaciers melting more rapidly (120722)
●Laos Backtracks on Controversial Dam (120720)
●Asean splits on South China Sea spats as US urges talks (120717)
●Clinton to make landmark visit to Laos (120712)
●Pakistan has rich coal reserves (120710)
●Indonesia to Limit Natural Gas Exports (120708)
●Expedite Chinese power projects: Pakistan Prez (120706)
●Withdrawal of Japanese firm won't affect Vietnam's 2nd nuclear plant (120704)
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●Chinese tourism project deals blow to hydropower lobby groups (120625)
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●GAIL wants US to relax norms for more LNG imports (120622)
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●US, China to gain from natural gas glut if regulation right, says IEA (120601)

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●NHPC completes DPR on Myanmar power project (120430)
●Cambodia says officer killed environmentalist in forest clash, then took own (120429)
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●China faces up to 40 GW summer power supply gap (120424)
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●High-voltage solutions needed for central China (120402)

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●Restart the hydro plant, Myanmar govt urged (120313)
●The Nuclear Revival: Mark Lackey (120309)
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●Conflict looms in South China Sea oil rush (120229)
●Beijing cautions India over border issues (120228)
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●Eco groups resent MoEF clearance (120224)
●Mekong River hydropower assessment wins int'l award (120223)
●French agency considering assistance for Munda Dam (120222)
●Vietnam is knocking at the Russian door (120221)
●EVN in the reign of Dao Van Hung: the reputable and disreputable events (120220)
●PR Campaign Begins for Suspended Myitsone Dam (120219)
●PLN to lay $2b submarine cable from Sumatra to Java (120218)
●Egat looks beyond country borders for new projects (120217)
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●Insight: As Myanmar opens, China alliance starts to fray (120215)
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●Myanmar's ambitious Dawei project faces uncertainty (120208)
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●Beyond the Indus Water Treaty: A Perspective on Kashmir's “Power” Woes (120204)
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●Three Gorges Corp interested in West Seti (120119)
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