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ー October 31, 2012 ー Chinese hydroelectric project puts squeeze on Burmese           

October 31, 2012 - Chinese hydroelectric project puts squeeze on Burmese 

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●12103101 India, Times of India - ?9 hours ago
Expert appraisal committee for study on impact of hydel projects on Pare
インドの北東端,アルナチャル・プラデシュ州のパレ川開発で環境会議
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12103101.htm
http://bit.ly/UXNzUM
1210310101.jpg, 1210310102.jpg, 1210310103.jpg, 1210310104.jpg,
The EAC members, in its 60th meeting for river valley and hydroelectric projects held in New Delhi last month, said the effect on aquatic ecology along the stretch of 50 km affected area should be studied.

●12103102 Nepal, Global Times - ?5 hours ago?
CWEI completes preliminary study to develop 750 MW hydro power in Nepal
ネパール西部,750MW中国企業のウエスト・セティ水力
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12103102.htm
http://bit.ly/Pfy9c2
1210310201.jpg, 1210310202.jpg, 1210310203.jpg,
A team of technical experts from CWE Investment Corporation (CWEI), a subsidiary of the China Three Gorges Corporation (CTGC) in Beijing announced they had completed their preliminary study of the project to develop 750 Megawatt West Seti Hydro ...

◯12103103 Myanmar, Alaska Dispatch - ?Oct 29, 2012
Chinese hydroelectric project puts squeeze on Burmese
ミャンマーのイエイワダム,中国による建設で住民が影響
http://bit.ly/TmchYp
1210310301.jpg,
YEYWADDY, Myanmar - The villages along the Myitnge River have been inhabited since medieval kings first located their royal palace in Ava, where the Myitnge flows into the Irrawaddy, the flowing soul of Burma, or as some scholars translate it, “the ...

◯12103104 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?17 hours ago
Dong Nai Province objects to hydropower plants
ベトナム,ドンナイ河の水力開発で,地元委員会が反対
http://bit.ly/TmcivC
1210310401.jpg,
VietNamNet Bridge - Nguyen Thanh Tri, deputy chairman of the People's Committee in the southern province of Dong Nai, said that the provincial government is objecting to building of the Dong Nai 6 and 6A Hydropower Plants because of negative impact to ...

◯12103105 Vietnam, Tuoitrenews - ?22 hours ago
Supervisory team set up at quake-hit hydropower plant
ベトナムのクワンナム県,頻発する地震で,専門家委員会設置へ
http://bit.ly/T3QkiR
1210310501.jpg,
Following a series of earthquakes that have hit the area around the Song Tranh 2 Hydropower Plant in Quang Nam Province, a supervisory team has been established at the plant to observe the situation, a Ministry of Industry and Trade official said.

◯12103106 Bhjutan, Kuensel, Buhutan's National Newspaper - ?Oct 29, 2012
Negative growth registered last year
ブータンの経済は渇水で輸出が伸びず,マイナスを記録
http://bit.ly/QTvbIn
1210310601.jpg,
As of yesterday, daily generation of the hydropower projects in the country was only 670 megawatt (MW). A month ago, it was at 1453MW.

◯12103107 Philippines, Visayan Daily Star - ?43 minutes ago
'Coal-fired power plant will lead to investments'
フィリッピン,ネグロスオリエンタルで石炭火力計画
http://bit.ly/TmeC5O
1210310701.jpg,
Alfredo Maranon Jr. yesterday said the coal-fired power plant being planned for Cadiz City should be built as Negros Occidental needs additional power to draw investors in.

◯12103108 Laos, International Water Power and Dam Construction - ?16 hours ago?
Hydro powers Laos' entry to World Trade Organisation
ラオスは水力の輸出に恵まれ,WTO加入へ
http://bit.ly/Suhz8R
1210310801.jpg,
Thanks to its hydro power production Laos looks set to join the World Trade Organisation. Financial experts agree that the country is not an obvious choice for investors but Laos is already one of Asia's fastest growing economies; expanding by 7.9 ...

◯12103109 Vietnam, Asahi Shimbun - ?21 hours ago?
MHI to supply steam turbine, boiler for power plant in Vietnam
ベトナムのメコンデルタの火力へ,三菱重工が機器納入
http://bit.ly/QTy0Jr
1210310901.jpg,
Construction of Unit 2, a project to expand the existing power plant following construction of Unit 1, for which MHI received a full-turnkey order in late 2005, is part of Vietnam's initiative to modernize the Mekong Delta region. As with Unit 1, the ...

◯12103110 Cambodia, Global Times - ?Oct 29, 2012
Cambodia has no plan to build nuclear power plant for now
カンボジアはまだ原子力開発の段階に達していないと
http://bit.ly/PGb8QM
1210311001.jpg,
Cambodia's capacity has not reached the level of building the nuclear power plant, he said, adding that even Indonesia has not yet reached that level. His clarification was made after The Bangkok Post of Thailand reported on Oct. 10 that Thai Army ...

◯12103111 Philippines, Inquirer.net - ?Oct 28, 2012
New 600-MW power plant in Bataan to go on line in '13
フィリッピンのバターン,600MW石炭火力が2013運開
http://bit.ly/ShNp66
1210311101.jpg,
MANILA, Philippines?GN Power Ltd. is set to start on November 5 the testing and commissioning of its 600-megawatt coal-fired power facility in Bataan, keeping it on track with its target to go into full commercial operations by early next year.




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