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ー November 6, 2012 ー Energy and the economy: Will wind and solar be the right answer?           

November 6, 2012 - Energy and the economy: Will wind and solar be the right answer? 

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●12110601 USA, Zanesville Times Recorder - ?Nov 2, 2012?
Energy and the economy: Will wind and solar be the right answer?
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In 2011, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports U.S. electricity generation by source: Coal 42 percent, Natural Gas 25 percent, Nuclear 19 percent, Hydropower 8 percent, Wind 2.92 percent and Solar 0.04 percent. One may ask, “Why isn ...

●12110602 Cambodia, The Cambodia Daily - ?2 hours ago
Government Approves Dam On Lower Sesan
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The Cambodia Daily - ?2 hours ago?
The 400-megawatt dam located on one of the Mekong River's most important tributaries will be funded with a $781.52 million investment?a share of which is from the local conglomerate Royal Group?and will take at least five years to complete, the ...

◯12110603 China,China Daily - ?3 hours ago?
Large hydropower station starts operation
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The No 7 generator with a capacity of 800,000 kw, at the Xiangjiaba hydropower station, started working at 4:30 p.m. after a three-day test run, its operator China Three Gorges Corporation said.

◯12110604 Peru, Sacramento Bee - ?12 hours ago?
Peru's Potential as Hydro Power Plant Developer and Electricity Exporter ...
5, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Peru has the third highest hydro power generation potential in South America and oil reserves estimated in 532.7 million barrels.

◯12110605 Pakistan,Pakistan Observer - ?4 minutes ago?
Pakistan can generate 59796MW hydropower
Islamabad?Pakistan which is the electric power gasping country has the potential of hydro generation of 59796 MW which can be attainable, reveals the latest presentation of Private Power Infrastructure Board (PPIB) of which the copy is available with ...

◯12110606 Srilanka, Ceylon Daily News - ?8 hours ago
More mini-hydro power projects coming up
All measure are in place to construct 200 mini-hydro power projects in Sri Lanka with the aim of making the national electricity grid a system where electricity is provided by the public, Power and Energy Minister Patali Champika Ranawaka said.

◯12110607 Philippines, GMA News - ?20 hours ago?
Mindanao hydropower plants producing below capacity on lack of rain
Output at the Agus-Pulangi hydropower complex remains low on lack of rain, keeping the Mindanao supply situation in a shortage despite having the Steag State Power Inc.'s coal-fired facility back online, a Department of Energy official said Monday.

◯12110608 Pakistan, OOSKA News - ?13 hours ago
Pakistan Focused on Large Hydropower Projects
LAHORE (Daily Times (Pakistan)) - Federal Secretary Water and Power Nargis Sethi on Saturday said the government has planned to complete mega hydro power projects on priority for producing low-cost electricity. Talking to repr. Diamer ・ Diamer-Bhasha ...

◯12110609 Laos, Businessweek - ?19 hours ago?
Laos to Start Building Mekong Dam This Week Amid Opposition
Laos will start construction this week on a $3.6 billion hydropower dam on the Mekong River that has been delayed for 18 months amid opposition from downstream countries and activist groups.

◯12110610 Laos, KWTV - ?27 minutes ago
US criticizes Laos decision to build Mekong dam
The project, which will generate electricity for sale to neighboring Thailand, is strongly opposed by longtime Lao ally, Vietnam. Opponents say the dam in central Laos would open the door for a building spree of as many as 10 other dams on the 3,000 ...

◯12110611 Indonesia, Oil & Gas Journal - ?6 hours ago
Indonesia approves Train 3 expansion of Tangguh LNG
Indonesia's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and oil and gas executive agency BPMigas have approved expansion plans for BP PLC-operated Tangguh LNG in Papua Barat province in eastern Indonesia, according to BP. BP submitted its plans in ...

◯12110612 Pakistan, - ?1 hour ago
India offers 500MW of power at Rs 8 per unit
NEW DELHI - India has offered to sell 500 megawatts (MW) of electricity to power-deficient Pakistan at around Rs 7 to Rs 8 per unit, to be delivered at the Wagah-Attari border.

◯12110613 India, Daily News & Analysis - ?3 hours ago
ONGC sells 26% in KG block to Japan's Inpex
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), India's biggest oil and gas explorer, has signed a deal with Japanese exploration major Inpex Corporation to sell 26% stake in one of its deep water blocks in the KG basin.

◯12110614 India,Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production Magazine - ?11 hours ago?
India Targeting 53 GW Renewable Energy Capacity by 2017
a has vast potential of renewable energy that is yet to be trapped effectively. Today, there exist abundant sites for exploring renewable sources of electricity. Generating power from renewable energy sources for country like India is the best ...

◯12110615 India,National Post - ?14 hours ago?
India's Petronet planning to buy Canadian LNG
Petronet LNG Ltd., India's biggest liquefied natural gas importer, plans to buy the fuel from Canada to meet surging demand as output from a block operated by billionaire Mukesh Ambani's company falls.

◯12110616 China, China Daily - ?5 hours ago?
Uranium imports to stay on track
"In the coming years, China's demand for the radioactive ore will surge with the booming development of nuclear power," said Lin Zong, a researcher at the Development and Research Center of the China Geological Survey. "The deposit won't reduce the ...

◯12110617 China, South China Morning Post (subscription) - ?11 hours ago?
Nuclear energy key to China's development
However, the ban on new inland projects will for now limit China's expansion plans, which were designed to meet its growing demand for electricity while increasing the share of non-fossil fuels in its energy mix, which is dominated by coal. Oil, gas ...

◯12110618 China, Rigzone - ?21 hours ago?
China Looks to Boost Natural Gas Supply through Shale Gas Subsidies
China - the world's fourth largest natural gas consuming country ?will offer government subsidies to shale gas developers in an effort to boost the country's supply of natural gas and support shale gas exploration efforts, China's Ministry of Finance ...

◯12110619 China, People's Daily Online - ?Nov 4, 2012?
Price system chills power producers
As winter approaches, how should China's electricity producers expand their output in order to meet the upcoming seasonal surge in demand?

◯12110620 India, レスポンス - ?6 hours ago?
国際石油開発帝石は、同社子会社を通じて、インド・ベンガル湾深海域に位置する探鉱鉱区、KG-DWN-2004/6鉱区の26%権益をインド石油天然ガス公社(ONGC社)より取得することで合意したと発表した。 今回の参画は、2008年の経営統合以降、同社がインドにおいて ...


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