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ー November 9, 2012 ー Laos going ahead with Mekong dam project           

November 9, 2012 - Laos going ahead with Mekong dam project 

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●12110901 Thailand, Bangkok Post - ?4 hours ago
PTT predicts LNG demand will lead to import spike
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Charcrie Buranakanonda, a senior executive vice-president, said LNG imports will top 2.4 million tonnes next year and 3.5 million tonnes in 2014, up from an estimated 1 million tonnes this year.

●12110902 Laos, Bignews Portugal - ?29 minutes ago
Laos going ahead with Mekong dam project
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?Electricity from the project will be sold to Thailand and will provide Laos with billions of dollars in revenue.

◯12110903 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?2 hours ago
Lacking capital, power projects reach deadlock
VietNamNet Bridge - A series of thermo and hydro power plant projects have been going slowly at a snail's pace because of the lack of investment capital.

◯12110904 Laos, Radio Free Asia - ?3 hours ago
Neighbors Seek Dam Scrutiny
Cambodia and Vietnam had earlier cautioned Laos against going ahead with the Mekong River project but after Laos publicly launched construction on the U.S.

◯12110905 India, Times of India - ?6 hours ago
As winter bites into hydro power generation, Himachal Pradesh taps power ...
?SHIMLA: With the onset of winter, Himachal Pradesh has started witnessing a dip in hydro power production due to receding water levels in the rivers.

◯12110905 China, HydroWorld - ?13 hours ago?
China's 6400-MW Xiangjiaba hydropower plant producing electricity
... and that Unit 8 is undergoing testing. Construction of the Xiangjiaba project began in November 2006. Once complete, it will be the third largest hydroelectric facility in China, after the 22,500-MW Three Gorges and 13,860-MW Xiluodu hydropower ...

◯12110906 Pakistan, The Nation - ?15 hours ago?
Completion of hydropower projects critical: PM
Chairman WAPDA apprised the Prime Minister about the progress on various hydropower projects of WAPDA with cumulative capacity of about 1500 MW.

◯12110907 Nepal, Republica - ?17 hours ago
CPN-Maoist to protest 'anti-national projects'
KATHMANDU, Nov 8: CPN-Maoist has expressed its deep concern on the government decision to complete Upper Karnali and Arun Third hydropower projects by 'imposing emergency' in the country. Condemning the government's move by issuing a press ...

◯12110908 Vietnam, Law360 (subscription) - ?7 hours ago
Vietnam Gets World Bank Backing For $800M Electricity Project
?Law360, New York (November 08, 2012, 5:06 PM ET) -- Vietnam on Thursday inked a loan agreement with the World Bank and other foreign sources to cover the majority of an $800 million initiative to upgrade electricity services and distribution across the ...

◯12110909 Indonesia, Inside Climate News - ?16 hours ago?
Japan Takes Different Tack on Climate Change Efforts
Japan is sidestepping multilateral efforts to limit greenhouse-gas emissions, working with Indonesia and other Asian countries on a bilateral basis to tackle climate change. International climate-change negotiators will meet in Doha, Qatar, later this ...

◯12110910 Philippines, - ?Nov 7, 2012?
SC asked to reverse ruling upholding sale of Angat power plant to Korean firm
MANILA, Philippines?Various groups are seeking a reversal of a Supreme Court upholding as valid and legal the sale of the 246-megawatt Angat hydroelectric power plant in Bulacan to Korea Water Resources Corp. (K-Water), a leading water and power ...

◯12110911 Nepal, Republica - ?4 hours ago?
80 MW thermal plants within 9 months
80 MW thermal plants within 9 months. REPUBLICA. KATHMANDU, Nov 9: A meeting of the board of directors of the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) on Thursday has decided to install thermal plants of 80 megawatts capacity within nine months. The decision ...

◯12110912 India, Business Standard - ?13 hours ago?
Gas pipeline projects delay to hit Tata Power plant
The company had thereafter submitted a revised application to the state government for a gas-based plant, presumably banking on supplies from the Surat-Paradip natural gas pipeline proposed by GAIL India Ltd. The Surat-Paradip pipeline will cover a ...

◯12110913 India, IBNLive - ?14 hours ago?
Search on for proposed nuclear power plant in Bihar
The site at Rajauli, however, did not find favour with the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) which asked the state government to shortlist some other viable sites, Rai said.

◯12110914 Pakistan, Business Recorder (blog) - ?14 hours ago?
Pak-Qatar agreement on LNG import hailed
LAHORE: LNG import agreement signed by Pakistan with Qatar is another step by the PPP government to resolve energy crisis and lead the country on the road to progress.

◯12110915 India, Project Finance Magazine (subscription) - ?18 hours ago
LNG the key to East Africa's oil and gas boom
?LNG, with India as a possible destination, is the most promising source of deals. By Sarah Rundell. ... At least one multi-billion dollar liquefied natural gas project in Mozambique is expected to reach financial close next year. Tanzania was the ...

◯12110916 China, - ?6 hours ago?
China's Coming Energy Crisis
Last year, China's primary energy production reached 3.18 billion tons of coal, ranking first worldwide. Raw coal reached 3.52 billion tons, crude oil, 200 million tons; and refined oil products, 270 million tons. The installed electricity generating ...

◯12110917 China, Seeking Alpha - ?10 hours ago
China Vs. U.S.: Who Is Leading The Natural Gas Transportation Race?
Will China lead the U.S. in the adoption of natural gas transportation? Before I answer this question, let's take a look at some background information.

◯12110918 China, China Law Blog (blog) - ?Nov 7, 2012
China's energy challenge
?China is the world's largest producer of both coal and hydroelectric power. For that reason, even in 2011, China was able to maintain a domestic self-sufficiency in energy of about 90%. However, production of coal and hydropower have natural limits and ...

◯12110919 China, Proactive Investors USA & Canada - ?Nov 7, 2012
Green Dragon soars as Chinese energy demand grows
While coal remains the dominant source of energy in China, Grewal is confident that the government is trying to move away from these “dirty” sources.

◯12110920 China, Proactive Investors Australia - ?Nov 6, 2012
China uranium find in Mongolia has interesting implications
Although size of that discovery was not stated by official sources, a "super size" coal deposit was also discovered - said to contain 51 billion tonnes of coal. Energy experts are suggesting the discovery won't lead to the ... "In the coming years ...


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