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November 3, 2012 - US shale gas boom requires rethink of natgas export policy: Senator 

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●12110301 中国,CNN Japan - ?Oct 29, 2012
中国における「政治腐敗」 何が問題か
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中国における「政治腐敗」 何が問題か. 2012.10.30 Tue posted at 09:00 JST. [PR]. 中国の温家宝(ウェンチアパオ)首相. (CNN) 中国の温家宝(ウェンチアパオ)首相の一族が首相就任後に27億ドル(約2100億円)もの巨額な蓄財をしたと米紙ニューヨーク・タイムズが報じた ...

●12110302 米国,47NEWS - ?1 hour ago
死者74人、560万戸停電 NY地下鉄一部再開へ
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●12110303 ミャンマー,日本経済新聞 - ?8 hours ago
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東南アジア諸国連合(ASEAN)のスリン事務局長は、ミャンマー西部の武力衝突を沈静化するためASEANの介入が必要だと考えている。ASEANがスリン氏の的を射たアドバイスを無視しようとするのは、自信のなさの証しだ。 ラカイン州の仏教徒とイスラム教徒の衝突は100 ...

●12110304 USA, Chicago Tribune - ?4 hours ago?
US shale gas boom requires rethink of natgas export policy: Senator
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Advanced drilling techniques have allowed energy companies to tap vast shale gas reserves, opening the door to U.S. exports after years of projections that the United States would have to rely on foreign gas to meet its energy needs. The government ...

◯12110305 Cambodia, South China Morning Post (subscription) - ?1 hour ago
Cambodia approves controversial dam plan
Energy-hungry Cambodia on Friday gave the green light to a multi-million dollar hydropower dam backed by companies from China and Vietnam that activists say will affect thousands of people.
Lower Sesan 2 project will invest $781.5 million to build a 400-megawatt hydroelectric dam on a tributary of the Mekong River in northern Stung Treng province,

◯12110306 Pakistan, The News International - ?2 hours ago?
'India violated Indus Water Treaty in Nimoo-Bazgo hydropower project'
ISLAMABAD: A three-member committee headed by Syed Raghib Abbas Shah, chairman of the Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda), has held India responsible for building Nimoo-Bazgo hydropower project in violation of the Indus Water Treaty ...

◯12110307 Srilanka, Power Engineering Magazine - ?2 hours ago
Hydro Power station to be set up in Hambantota
3 -- All preliminary arrangements have now been finalised to set up a new Hydro Power station which will increase the power supply of the national grid as part of the development expansion projects in the country.

◯12110308 Srilanka, HydroWorld - ?19 hours ago?
Sri Lanka hydro power generation up on cyclonic rains
Nov 02, 2012 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's state-run Ceylon Electricity Board has upped hydro power generation and stored more water as cyclonic rains lashed the island, while irrigation tanks in several areas were also filling up, data from state agencies show.

◯12110309 Vietnam, Tuoitrenews - ?Nov 1, 2012
Economic crisis puts an end to hydropower race
The rapid economic upheaval over the past year has officially ended the heyday of investors who have sunk money into building hydropower plants in localities across the country, a top banker said. >> Hydropower projects left behind as investors flee ...

◯12110310 Indonesia, Law360 (subscription) - ?10 hours ago?
Indonesia OKs BP's Plans For $12B LNG Project Expansion
Law360, New York (November 02, 2012, 2:12 PM ET) -- Indonesian energy regulators on Thursday signed off on energy giant BP PLC's plans to expand a $12 billion liquefied natural gas plant it operates in the country, a key development as the company ...

◯12110311 Pakistan, Power Engineering Magazine - ?2 hours ago?
Pakistan: Japan offers to construct Thar coal project transmission line
ISLAMABAD, Nov. 3 -- Japan has offered to support the Thar coal power project by constructing a transmission line to interlink the project with the national grid, said Japan's Ambassador to Pakistan, Hiroshi OE in a meeting with the Federal Minister ...

◯12110312 India,Times of India - ?4 hours ago?
Bongaigaon power project stalled due to BTC riots
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GUWAHATI: An important power project, which can bail out the power-starved state, has hit a roadblock since the July riots in the Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Districts areas of lower Assam as almost half of the workforce of the construction site ...

◯12110313 India, IBNLive - ?4 hours ago?
India has plans to produce 20000 MW of nuclear power: APJ Abdul Kalam
Beijing: India plans to produce about 20,000 mega watt of nuclear power keeping safety features in mind, former President APJ Abdul Kalam on Friday said as he certified the Kudankulam atomic plant as safe.

◯12110314 India, Times of India - ?5 hours ago
Will Bihar State Electricity Board's rejig pay off?
PATNA: The state government is worried about the chances of financial improvement in the working of the erstwhile Bihar State Electricity Board (BSEB), now divided into five different companies with the objective of making them independent profit centres.

◯12110315 Pakistan, Business Recorder (blog) - ?6 hours ago?
Pakistan suffers gas shortfall of 2BCF
Pakistan is facing a natural gas shortfall of two Billion Cubic Feet (BCF) per day, as current demand exceeds 6 BCF against the available production of 4 BCF, an official told Business Recorder on Friday.

◯12110316 Bangladesh, Electric Light & Power - ?13 hours ago
Bangladesh to build 1320 MW coal plant
Bangladesh, November 2, 2012 - The joint venture Bangladesh India Friendship Power Co. (BIFPCL) will soon start primary works to set a 1,320 MW coal-fired power plant at Rampal in Bagerhat district, near the Sundarbans mangrove forests.

◯12110317 India, Business Standard - ?16 hours ago
NGO demands resumption of stalled hydel power projects
In a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra (RLEC), a local NGO, said those hydro power projects in the state which have been stalled mid-way despite getting environment clearance and meeting other mandatory ...330 mw Alaknanda hydel power project

◯12110318 China, South China Morning Post (subscription) - ?11 hours ago
China takes right path for expanding nuclear power
Beijing has to gradually end its reliance on polluting coal and oil to produce electricity. Of the clean-energy alternatives, only nuclear can be considered reliable.

◯12110319 China, MarketWatch (blog) - ?22 hours ago
Water shortages in China potentially a perfect storm
Keep in mind that coal-fired power plants are just one aspect of China's plan. Other power sources, such as nuclear and hydro-power, when added into the picture, are set to collectively boost the nation's electricity capacity by a mind-boggling amount ...

◯12110320 中国,中国国際放送 - ?22 hours ago?
国土資源省が1日に発表したデータによりますと、石油やガスの理論の刷新や、実地調査技術の進歩によって、中国東北地区の主な石油・天然ガスの生産能力が向上し、2030年には中国の石油・天然ガスの生産量は6億トンの石油に相当する見込みで、資源の保障能力が大幅 ...


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●PSALM set to award Angat hydro contract (121028)
●South Korean firms to construct and operate $1bn hydropower plant in Lao (121024)
●Chinese team starts studying West Seti project site (121018)
●Govt urged to detail link to Cambodia's nuclear plan (121015)
●China to spend 100 bln yuan on solar, hydropower projects in 'Tibet' (121009)
●Hydroelectric plant in Pak-occupied Kashmir hangs fire (121005)

●Indian firm Sutlej lands Arun III contract (120930)
●Coal and Nuclear Power Can't Substitute for Pricey Oil (120926)
●Thailand race to rescue of Myanmar's struggling Dawei (120924)
●Fukushima fallout seeps into India's troubled nuclear push (120924)
●Japan : World's First Integrated CCS of Coal-fired Power Plant Euons (120917)
●China investment in energy 'crucial' to Cambodi (120915)
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●Largest hydropower station on Mekong River starts operation (120906)
●Auditor Criticizes India Hydroelectric Projects (120903)
●Korean firms to invest $3bn in hydro projects in Pakistan (120901)

●Vietnam seeks nuclear power infrastructure from IAEA (120829)
●Indonesia's nuclear power plans (120825)
●Shell plans at least $1 billion a year China shale gas investment (120821)
●PH electricity prices to stay high (120818)
●India's blackouts highlight need for electricity governance reform (120815)
●Work on Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project halted (120812)
●EGAT believes AEC is an opportunity for Thailand (120809)
●Coal gasification and LNG controversies - II (120807)
●Battle for the Mekong heats up (120804)
●North, East India powerless, grids collapse again (120801)

●China Builds West-East Electric Power Transmission Line (120730)
●Thirsty South Asia's river rifts threaten “water wars” (120728)
●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)
●Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project reactor commissioning very soon (120702)

●Hundreds Protest Lao Dam Project (120630)
●Vietnam develops nuclear power for peaceful purposes: Deputy PM (120629)
●LNG grows in importance in global energy sector (120628)
●Chinese tourism project deals blow to hydropower lobby groups (120625)
●Can Chinese Clean Coal Cancel Out Our Coal Emissions? (120624)
●GAIL wants US to relax norms for more LNG imports (120622)
●India close to sealing deal on Jaitapur plant (120620)
●Indonesia's Largest and Most Efficient Coal-fired Power (120618)
●EGAT to purchase 390 megawatts of electricity from Laos (120616)
●Now's the Time to Get in on Nuclear Power (120613)
●Sun shines again on China's nuclear plants as IPO gets OK (120610)
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●Vietnam to investigate foreign aids abuse: minister (120605)
●China gets power sums wrong (120603)
●US, China to gain from natural gas glut if regulation right, says IEA (120601)

●Myanmar, Govt outlines power plans (120530)
●Myanmar takes urgent measures to resume normal power supply (120527)
●China speeds up approval for large hydropower projects (120525)
●Solar, wind power unlikely to become alternative to atomic energy (120522)
●Philippines willing to share Spratlys bounty ? Aquino (120520)
●In Arunachal's quest for power, the river be dammed (120517)
●Eleven CEO: Amazing changes in Myanmar (120515)
●India might get involved in the Philippine (120513)
●China begins deep sea drilling in S. China Sea (120511)
●Excess LNG from Tangguh to be sold on spot market (120509)
●Japanese Dy MP on a two day visit to Sri Lanka (120507)
●Energy developers eye new grid-stabilizing hydro projects (120503)
●China to link investment in water, power sector with direct award of projects (120501)

●NHPC completes DPR on Myanmar power project (120430)
●Cambodia says officer killed environmentalist in forest clash, then took own (120429)
●Electricity usage hits all-time high 7th time (120427)
●Government to build 7000 mw capacity hydro power plants (120426)
●Manila firm's gas discovery in South China Sea may fuel regional tension (120425)
●China faces up to 40 GW summer power supply gap (120424)
●Protesters to rally at dam builder's HQ3 (120420)
●Delay in Chinese loan puts (120419)
●Myanmar's power struggle endangers economic boom (120416)
●Nepal eyes more hydropower deals after Three Gorges Corp. contract (120409)
●High-voltage solutions needed for central China (120402)

●China, Indonesia push ties (120328)
●China to Gamblers: Come to Cambodia (120322)
●Hydropower dam cracks pose threat to residents (120321)
●Indonesia may delay electricity price increase plan as protests grow (120315)
●Restart the hydro plant, Myanmar govt urged (120313)
●The Nuclear Revival: Mark Lackey (120309)
●SMBC credits Vietnam's Srepok 4A hydro project (120308)
●Construction of Mekong dam project continues (120306)
●Construction of Mekong dam project continues (120305)
●Coal-fired power plant plan may be reborn (120302)
●Brahmaputra water level rises marginally (120301)

●Conflict looms in South China Sea oil rush (120229)
●Beijing cautions India over border issues (120228)
●Arranging Rs 340m for Kurram Tangi Dam (120225)
●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)
●Coal exports the driver of Indonesian economy in 2012 (120216)
●Insight: As Myanmar opens, China alliance starts to fray (120215)
●Govt's water management adviser revives Salween dam idea (120214)
●The Story of the Nile Waters from Mutual Benefit (120213)
●Pakistan Blaming the wrong party (120212) 
●Burmese Diplomacy Between China And US ? OpEd (120211)
●India Upgrades Military to Match China (120210)
●Backing sought for coal-fired power plant (120209)
●Myanmar's ambitious Dawei project faces uncertainty (120208)
●China needs more coal (120207) 
●Sampur coal power project to proceed under Indian pressure (120206)
●Norochcholai shut down triggers loss (120205)

●Beyond the Indus Water Treaty: A Perspective on Kashmir's “Power” Woes (120204)
●LNG buffer stock unnecessary: Govt (120203)
●Vietnam set sustainable goals for coal mining (120202)
●Myanmar and the Road to Reform (120201)

●Gezhouba Wins $1.4B South Sudan Contract (120131)
●Energy dep’t approves 268 renewable energy projects  (120130) 
●As doors open, businesses face a formidable frontier (120129) 
●Most SMEs insulated from power tariff increase: Govt (120128)
●US wants Pakistan to drop IP project  (120127)
●Japan's Ex-Premier Turns Anti-Nuclear Activist (120126)
●Neelum-Jhelum project may be completed ahead of schedule (120125)
●Outrage over Dams Being Built as Part of India's Hydro Energy Scheme (120124)
●NTPC steps up work on hydel project to pip China (120123)
●‘Deeply concerned’ over US probe: China (120122)
●India-Japan Relations At 60: Setting The Stage For Kizuna (120121)
●Three Gorges Corp interested in West Seti (120119)
●Bhasha Dam risky for Pakistan: expert (120118)
●Situation in South China Sea ‘peaceful and stable’ (120116)
●China pledges Rs 9.75b grant (120115)
●Hydropower plants rescued EVN? (120114)
●What’s Fueling Burma’s Latest Power Play? (120113)
●Huaneng moves ahead on Shandong nuclear plant (120112)
●An Opportunity in Myanmar (120111)
●Munda dam to generate 740 mw power (120110)
●Growing threat to biodiversity(120109)
●SAARC could be the world’s biggest market (120108)
●High-Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) Converter Stations Market (120107)
●China Vows Backing for Firms Investing Abroad (120106)
●On Mekong Commission, a Stark Absence of Two Countries (120105)
●Sinohydro faces unfamiliar risks in global push (120104)
●Sikkim Guv cautions Govt on hydro projects (120103)
●Fuel mix policy and energy security (120102)
●Power generation:‘$15bn investment to be made (120101)

●Thailand, Cambodia to establish power plant working group (111231)
●Italian Thai Development to conclude Dawei financing in 2012 (111230)
●Japan cranks up provincial power links (111229)
Newest Philippine battleship now in Palawan (111228)
● Funds crunch delaying Neelum-Jhelum project (111228)

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