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October 28, 2012 -  PSALM set to award Angat hydro contract

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●12102801 Philippines, Manila Standard Today - ?14 hours ago
PSALM set to award Angat hydro contract
フィリッピンのアンガット多目的ダム,韓国企業へ移譲決定
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12102801.htm
http://bit.ly/RZwdkH
1210280101.jpg, 1210280102.jpg,
Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp., the state-run power privatization firm, began preparations to implement the Supreme Court's ruling for the turnover of the 218-megawatt Angat hydroelectric power plant in Bulacan to Korea Water ...

●12102802 Thailand, The Daily Yomiuri - ?12 hours ago?
Japanese firms to build Thai power plant
タイ中部,ロジャ工業団地に日本勢が160万KW大規模発電
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12102802.htm
http://bit.ly/Vsoi0w
1210280201.jpg, 1210280202.jpg,
A consortium of Japanese companies, including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. and Electric Power Development Co., plans to build a large thermal power plant in Thailand, according to sources. The infrastructure development export package includes ...

●12102803 Laos,Austrian Business & Financial News (registration) - ?17 hours ago?
Major Order for Andritz in Laos
ラオスのメコン本流開発,サヤブリダムで,アンドリッツが受注
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12102803.htm
http://bit.ly/TFzzyP
1210280301.jpg, 1210280302.jpg,
Due to the shortage or entire lack of other energy resources, Laos has focused for years on expanding hydropower in order to improve the standard of living of its population (half of the population has no electricity supply), stimulate the country's ...

◯12102804 Bhutan, Kuensel, Buhutan's National Newspaper - ?22 hours ago?
Hydropower projects seek to reduce impact
ブータンのプナチャンチュ水力で環境への影響軽減に重点
http://bit.ly/S4seDH
1210280401.jpg,
Hydropower projects seek to reduce impact. Whether their conservation efforts will be effective or cosmetic only time will tell ≪The endangered white-bellied heron (Photo courtesy: RSPN) Punatsangchu I & II: The Punatsangchu I and II projects, being ...

◯12102805 Vietnam, Thanh Nien Daily - ?Oct 26, 2012?
Dams leave displaced people in the lurch
ベトナムでダムによる移住住民が困窮に陥っている
http://bit.ly/TnAmCB
1210280501.jpg,
Luong Van Nguyen, one of thousands of people displaced by a hydropower dam in Nghe An Province, sits next to his makeshift resettlement house.

◯12102806 Congo, ESI Africa - ?Oct 26, 2012
Republic of Congo generation capacity up to 660 MW
コンゴ共和国の電力設備増強,660MWに達す
http://bit.ly/RZGlee
?1210280601.jpg,
Congo still has the potential to expand its hydroelectric power output to 1,100 MW via a proposed 800MW hydropower station at Chollet and upgrading the Imboulou dam to its full capacity of 300MW.

◯12102807 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?Oct 26, 2012?
Vietnam to set up new safety requirements in post-Fukushima period
ベトナムの原発,福島事故を受けて,安全基準の見直しへ
http://bit.ly/TlJbg6
1210280701.jpg,
However, Vuong Huu Tan, Head of the Vietnam Agency for Radiation and Nuclear Safety VARANS, has affirmed that the nuclear power plants still have been on the development over the last 18 months, after the Fukushima catastrophe, simply because no ...

◯12102808 Laos, OOSKA News - ?Oct 26, 2012?
ADB Considers Backing Laos Mekong Dam
ラオスのメコン川ダムプロジェクトで,ADBが支援へ
http://bit.ly/RcHE7U
1210280801.jpg,
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post ) - The Asian Development Bank is considering providing funds to a controversial 400 megawatt dam project in Laos that could have adverse impacts on the Mekong River in downstream Cambodia. Conse ...

◯12102809 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?Oct 25, 2012?
Vietnam to host international nuclear expo 2012
ベトナムは2012年原子力博覧会を主催へ
http://bit.ly/WSczxo
1210280901.jpg,
The seminar on “Nuclear power development in Vietnam in post-Fukushima era” will be focused on developing modern technologies and national infrastructure for nuclear power plants. Participants will join in an exchange between domestic and foreign ...

◯12102810 India, Zee News - ?47 minutes ago
India to suffer over 10% peak power shortage in FY13: CEA
インドのCEA,2013年度も,10%ピーク不足
http://bit.ly/TNxc7l
1210281001.jpg,
India's gross energy generation has been assessed as 9,30,000 million units from the power plants in operation and those expected to be commissioned during the year in consultation with generating companies and State Electricity Boards, the report noted.

◯12102811 Japan, The Guardian - ?7 hours ago?
Nuclear power turns to developing world as west recoils from Fukushima
日本は福島事故を受けて,2040年原発ゼロ,6200億ドル損害
http://bit.ly/RZRkV0
1210281001.jpg,
Japan, which is now running a series of expensive and polluting diesel generators at 100% capacity to replace its nuclear fleet, has announced plans to completely end its reliance on nuclear power by 2040, at an estimated cost of $620bn. Germany and ...

◯12102812 India, Times of India - ?Oct 26, 2012?
Bihar State Electricity Board's financial restructuring approved
インド,財政逼迫のビハール州電力局の,財政改革案を承認
http://bit.ly/RZQVln
1210281201.jpg,
PATNA: The Bihar government on Friday approved a "transfer scheme and financial restructuring plan" to effect the transfer and distribution of human resources, properties, assets and liabilities of Bihar State Electricity Board (BSEB) among the five ...

◯12102813 India, Times of India - ?Oct 26, 2012
Meet for power supply to Bongaigaon grid
インド北東部の送電網強化で,40万ボルト661km増強へ
http://bit.ly/Sjmk55
1210281301.jpg,
North East Transmission Company Ltd, a venture of Power Grid Corporation of India, had applied for MoEF clearance to set up a 400-KV inter-state transmission line covering 661 km passing through hilly terrain, reserved forests, cultivated lands and ...

◯12102814 India, Salem-News.Com - ?Oct 26, 2012?
David Bradbury Arrested Near Kudankulim Nuclear Power Plant
インドのクダンクルム原発反対運動で,豪記者が逮捕
http://bit.ly/XD8xYB
1210281401.jpg,
(CHENNAI, India) - 'Unconfirmed reports' say that David Bradbury, the Australian documentary maker, has been arrested in Kudankulum Nuclear Power Plant area. I received a phone call from a common friend where David, his wife and their two year old son ...

◯12102815 China, Melodika.net (press release) - ?11 hours ago
Next Fuel, Inc. Initiates Work on New Projects in China
中国南部で2件,リグナイトガス化事業に,認可
http://bit.ly/TLQpvW
1210281501.jpg,
Next Fuel, Inc. (OTCQX: NXFI), which develops and commercializes "clean" energy and related environmental technologies, announced today its licensee has initiated work on two new projects in southern China to convert lignite coal into natural gas using ...

◯12102816 China, Las Vegas Sun - ?Oct 27, 201
China ends nuke plant ban set after Japan disaster
中国,福島以来止まっていた原発計画を推進へ
http://bit.ly/SpZ18N
1210281601.jpg,
China is ready to approve new nuclear power plants as part of ambitious plans to reduce reliance on oil and coal, ending a moratorium it imposed because of Japan's Fukushima disaster last year. The government said it hopes to generate 30 percent of ...

◯12102817 China, National Geographic - ?Oct 26, 2012?
Why Are China and Japan Sparring Over Eight Tiny, Uninhabited Islands?
中国と日本は何故ちっぽけな無人島にこだわるのか
http://bit.ly/TnGjPV
1210281701.jpg,
China has been producing natural gas since 2006 from the Chunxiao gas field, located near a median line between the two nations that Japan has proposed (but China has rejected) as a maritime boundary. Japan suspects China is siphoning gas from Japan's ...

◯12102818 China,Resource Investing News - ?Oct 26, 2012?
Is Coal Ready for Comeback?
中国などの不況で落ちた石炭価格,回復の見込みはあるのか
http://bit.ly/SjqtWw
1210281801.jpg,
Coal is having a bad year. Both thermal and metallurgical coal prices have fallen by at least 30 percent on the evaporation of demand from China, the US and Europe. At the root of this decline are rising costs across the coal mining industry and a ...

◯12102819 China, China Daily - ?Oct 26, 2012?
Coal still king in Shanxi as sector goes modern
中国,何と言ってもまだ,山西省では石炭は王様である
http://bit.ly/PzwY8F
1210281901.jpg,
The most common sight and sound at Datong railway station is heavy trains carrying thousands of tons of coal, blowing their whistles as they leave the coal capital of North China's Shanxi province. On the 130,000 kilometers of roads in Shanxi, 300,000 ...

◯12102820 中国,CNN Japan - ?2 hours ago?
中国当局、NYT紙サイトへのアクセス遮断 温家宝首相一族の資産報道で
http://bit.ly/U6Atiz
1210282001.jpg,
香港(CNN) 中国の温家宝(ウェンチアパオ)首相の一族が、温氏の指導部入り後に数十億ドルの財産を蓄えたとする記事を米紙ニューヨーク・タイムズが掲載したのを受け、中国当局は26日、中国国内における同紙の英語版と中国語版のサイトへのアクセスを遮断した。

◯12102821 中国,MSN産経ニュース - ?15 hours ago?
「尖閣諸島国有化」事前に警告 中国外務次官「民衆の怒りは火山のように爆発」
http://on-msn.com/QNt09o
1210282101.jpg,
中国の張志軍外務次官は26日、日本政府による沖縄県・尖閣諸島国有化に関し「私は何度も日本外務省の責任者に対し『島購入』をするなら、中国民衆の怒りは火山のように爆発すると警告した」と述べ、日本側に事前に警告していたと明らかにした。 張氏は一部外国メディア ...

◯12102822 ミャンマー,NHK - ?9 hours ago
ミャンマー衝突地域の衛星写真公開
http://bit.ly/U6AgvC
1210282201.jpg,
ミャンマー西部で起きている仏教徒とイスラム教徒の少数民族との衝突を巡って、少数民族が居住する地域を撮影した衛星写真が公開され、一部でほとんどの住宅が破壊されて壊滅的な被害が出ていることが分かりました。 ミャンマー西部のラカイン州では、多数派の仏教徒と、 ...

◯12102823 日立,ロイター - ?9 hours ago?
日立が英原発建設会社ホライズン買収へ、700億円規模
http://bit.ly/Y9zlyT
1210282301.jpg,
関係者によると、ホライズンの株主である独電力・エネルギー大手RWE(RWEG.DE: 株価, 企業情報, レポート)と同業エーオン(EONGn.DE: 株価, 企業情報, レポート)との交渉がほぼまとまり、日立は30日に取締役会を開き、買収を正式に決定する。買収後、原発を運営する電力 ...

◯12102824 中国,サーチナニュース - ?Oct 26, 2012
中国石油対外依存度57%に 天然ガス供給強化が必要
http://bit.ly/PzBCDJ
??http://bit.ly/uygSP0
1210282401.jpg,
世界最大のエネルギー生産国であり、急速な成長を遂げ、世界経済で重要な役割を発揮している経済国として、中国のエネルギー分野での動向が世界の注目を集めている。26日付中国証券報が伝えた。 中国国務院新聞弁公室が24日発表 ... 中国を代表するエネルギー情報サービス、中国能源網の最高 ...



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