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ー October 24, 2012 ー South Korean firms to construct and operate $1bn hydropower plant in Lao           

October 24, 2012 - South Korean firms to construct and operate $1bn hydropower plant in Lao 

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◯12102401 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?3 hours ago?
Authorities also responsible for dam safety
VietNamNet Bridge - Project owners must be responsible for the insecurity of hydropower dams but local authorities are also to blame in case of safety incidents, experts said in the aftermath of the Dakrong 3 hydropower dam crumpling. With the current ...

◯12102402 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?18 hours ago
Quake again at hydropower plant, new observatory station keeps silent
VietNamNet Bridge - A strong earthquake occurred in the areas around the Song Tranh 2 Hydropower Plant on the evening of October 22, in Bac Tra My district, Quang Nam Province.

◯12102403 Laos, 4-traders - ?19 hours ago
Ratchaburi Holding furthered "Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy ...
It means that PNPC has been officially granted by the Government of Lao PDR the right to develop, construct and operate the 410-Megawatt Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy Hydroelectric Power Plant. The agreement binding will be effective since 2018 until 2045.

◯12102404 Laos, Energy Business Review - ?Oct 22, 2012?
South Korean firms to construct and operate $1bn hydropower plant in Laos
South Korean based SK Engineering and Construction alongside state-run Korean Western Power has secured a $1bn contract from the Laotian government to construct and operate a hydropower plant in the country. The deal stipulates that the companies ...

◯12102405 Vietnam, Viet Nam News - ?Oct 22, 2012
Deal worth $150m signed to build hydro plant
HA NOI (VNS)? The Trung Son Hydropower Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Electricity of Viet Nam (EVN), yesterday signed a deal worth close to VND3 trillion (US$150 million) with a joint venture company to build and equip the Trung Son Hydropower Plant.

◯12102406 Indonesia, - ?Oct 22, 201
Mapping an energy secure Asia
Singapore is currently building an LNG terminal to be operational next year, and may soon be competing with India, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and potentially the Philippines for LNG supplies. Competition from within Asia for LNG supplies will ...

◯12102407 Philippines, - ?Oct 21, 2012?
When Mindanao electricity market goes online, more power seen to go around
MANILA, Philippines?The Department of Energy is hoping to free up as much as 360 megawatts in embedded capacity in Mindanao once it implements an interim electricity market on the island in March 2013. This additional capacity is expected to reduce ...

◯12102408 Philippines, The Canberra Times - ?Oct 21, 2012
Philippines to request a united stand on China
''We have been normally on the same side of issues that have confronted our respective people since at least World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War,'' he said. ''We face the same challenges be it terrorism, global climate change, relationships ...

◯12102409 India, Yahoo!7 News - ?7 minutes ago
Qld opposition fears nuclear power plants
?Deputy Opposition Leader Tim Mulherin said he fears Mr Newman, like some of his federal counterparts, wants to build nuclear power plants in Queensland. ... Recently the Gillard government overturned the ban federally to allow uranium sales to India.

◯12102410 India, Power Engineering Magazine - ?1 hour ago?
Why India needs nuclear power?
India, Oct. 23 -- THE DEMAND for power has been increasing in India due to the rapid industrial growth that the country is witnessing for the last few decades since the economy began to be liberalized.

◯12102411 India, Bernama - ?3 hours ago?
India, Russia Finding New Nuclear Plant Site After West Bengal's Refusal
NEW DELHI, Oct 24 (Bernama) -- India and Russia are currently working to locate an alternative site for the Russian aided nuclear power plant after the West Bengal government decided to scrap the proposal for the power plant to be set up at Haripur ...

◯12102412 India, - ?6 hours ago
LNG plant set for Goldboro
?“It would export to Asia - places like India,” said the source. Natural gas is trading at about $10 a gigajoule in India and at $3.50 a gigajoule in New York. “They'd only do it if they felt the prices are going to stay relatively stable here, and ...

◯12102413 India, Assam Tribune - ?11 hours ago?
ONGC's Tripura power project starts generating
ONGC's Tripura power project starts generating. AGARTALA, Oct 23 (IANS): State-owned ONGC's first 726 MW commercial power plant in Palatana in south Tripura started generating electricity Monday, a company official said here Tuesday. ... The power ...

◯12102414 China, Rigzone - ?15 hours ago?
China's CBM Industry to Grow on Rising Natural Gas Needs
The Ordos Basin is also China's largest CBM basin. Argonaut Securities Research stated that the basin currently accounts for more than 30 percent of Chinese domestic gas production and also hosts major resources of coal, petroleum, natural gas and CBM.

◯12102415 China,The Epoch Times - ?Oct 22, 2012?
Police Beat Back Coal Plant Protesters in Hainan Province
Greenpeace activists unfurl a banner condemning the use of coal, on a dry riverbed near one of the Beijing's biggest coal-fired power plants on July 28, 2009. This year more protests against a coal power plant took place in the South China town of ...


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