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ー November 12, 2012 ー VN asks Laos to review impacts of hydropower dam           

November 12, 2012 - VN asks Laos to review impacts of hydropower dam 

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●12111201 Laos, Reuters - ?16 hours ago (1211101403)
Poyry supervises the construction of the Xayaburi hydropower project as ...
ラオス政府は,サヤブリダムで,エンジニアとしてフィンランド籍のポーリを指名
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12111201.htm
http://bit.ly/SWe1wr
1211120101.jpg, 1211120102.jpg, 1211120103.jpg, 1211120104.jpg,1211120105.jpg,
Reuters - ?16 hours ago?
Poyry supervises the construction of the Xayaburi hydropower project as Government of Lao Engineer. POYRY PLC Press release 9 November 2012.

●12111202 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?20 hours ago? (1211101448)
VN asks Laos to review impacts of hydropower dam
ベトナムはラオスに対して,本流ダムの影響見直しを要請
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12111202.htm
http://bit.ly/S7buLv
1211120201.jpg, 1211120202.jpg,1211120203.jpg,
Nghi added that he hoped Laos will work with Viet Nam, Cambodia and Thailand in conducting carefu and comprehensive research on the cumulative impacts on the environment, economics and society of all hydro-power plants expected to be built on the ...

●12111203 Vietnam, VietNamNet Bridge - ?4 hours ago? (1211111408)
Half nation's hydropower dams unchecked
ベトナムは既設ダムの安全を検査中,対象66ダムの半分はまだ手付かず
http://www.adachihayao.net/index12111203.htm
http://bit.ly/UBcIiO
1211120301.jpg, 1211120302.jpg,1211120303.jpg,
According to a report that the Ministry of Industry and Trade submitted to the National Assembly on Monday, 22 out of the 66 hydropower dams have been checked and found to be safe, while seven others are under inspection. However, 33 hydropower dams ...

◯12111204 Philippines, PennEnergy (press release) - ?1 hour ago
Gov't told to support more hydro projects
フィリッピンのミンダナオで,政府は更に水力開発優先の立場
http://bit.ly/SZceqq
?1211120401.jpg,
A HYDROPOWER generation advocate is asking the Department of Energy (DoE) to push further cleaner energy development on the island.

◯12111205 Nepal, Republica - ?8 hours ago?
Sutlej seeks survey term extension
ネパールの900MWアルン3水力,インド企業が引き続き調査の権利確認
http://bit.ly/VVqB14
1211120501.jpg,
KATHMANDU, Nov 12: Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam, Indian state-owned hydropower developer, has applied for the renewal of survey license of the 900 MW Arun III hydroelectricity project. The Indian firm had secured survey license in March 2008 on condition to ...

◯12111206 Indonesia, Mineweb - ?Nov 9, 2012?
Tata Power consolidates entry into Indonesia
インドネシアの石炭資源,インドのタタが資本投入へ
http://bit.ly/XwCPh2
1211120601.jpg,
One of India's largest electricity supply companies, Tata Power, continues to take strides in Indonesia in order to ensure a steady supply of coal for its thermal plants in India. On Thursday, it said it had acquired a 26% stake in the Indonesian coal ...

◯12111207 Indonesia, Platts - ?Nov 9, 2012?
ASIA SPOT LNG: Platts Dec JKM up to $13.70/MMBtu on limited prompt supply
インドネシアのLNG事故など,スポット価格不安定,13.7ドル辺り
http://bit.ly/SdyIzU
1211120701.jpg,
Production issues at Yemen LNG and Nigeria LNG, together with maintenance at Indonesia's Tangguh LNG, also had a tightening effect on the supply fundamentals. Market participants were awaiting the results of Thailand PTT's limited buy tender for one ...

◯12111208 Indonesia,4-traders - ?Nov 9, 2012
BP PLC : Indonesia Regulator : BP Shuts Down Tangguh LNG Train II Due to Nov ...
インドネシア,タングーLNGの2番トレーンで火災事故,生産止まる
http://bit.ly/TAFRJN
1211120801.jpg,
JAKARTA--BP PLC (BP) has shut a liquefied natural gas train at its Tangguh facility in Papua province due to a fire that broke out Nov. 6, an official at Indonesia's upstream oil and gas regulator said Friday, adding that the unit, Train II, may remain ...

◯12111209 India, Power Engineering Magazine - ?5 hours ago?
Electricity: The Catalyst for Socio-economic Development
インド,電力は経済社会開発の触媒,全土の電化を急ぐと
http://bit.ly/SW63m0
1211120901.jpg,
Electricity can act as a catalyst for socio-economic development, and the government is fully focussed on providing Indians\ everywhere access to power.

◯12111210 India, Times of India - ?19 hours ago?
Oil ministry to work on road map for self-sufficiency: Moily
インドの石油相,化石燃料の自立化を目指す,現在80%海外依存
http://bit.ly/Q7jYHF
1211121001.jpg,
MANGALORE: The Union Ministry for Petroleum and Natural Gas is drawing up a road map to ensure country's self-reliance in fossil fuel and natural gas. While India for now imports up to 80% of its crude oil needs, the road map seeks to reduce this by ...

◯12111211 India, Oman Tribune - ?Nov 9, 2012?
KNPP production to start next month
インドのクダンクラム原発,議論渦巻く中,来月にも運転開始
http://bit.ly/SZeIVO
1211121101.jpg,
NEW DELHI The controversy-hit Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) will start its production by the first week of December and the first tranche of entire 1,000MW of power will go to southern state of Tamil Nadu, federal Minister V Narayanasamy said ...

◯12111212 China, Coal Explorer (subscription) - ?2 hours ago?
Coal prices were around $120 a tonne last year but have since dropped to $80.
中国の需要停滞,インドネシアの石炭暴落,120ドルが80ドルへ
http://bit.ly/TAIETo
1211121201.jpg,
Moreover, demand in China for Indonesian coal has fallen considerably and the Japanese demand for thermal coal has not picked as much as expected after the Fukushima nuclear incident. In India power generators have been operating at a lower plant ...

◯12111213 中国,MSN産経ニュース - ?2 hours ago?
政治闘争に疲れ? 胡氏、軍トップの中央軍事委主席退任か 「完全引退」と香港紙
http://on-msn.com/SGmwIk
1211121301.jpg,
12日付の香港紙、サウスチャイナ・モーニング・ポストは、中国の胡錦濤国家主席(共産党総書記)が開催中の第18回党大会を経て、軍トップの中央軍事委員会主席から退くと報じた。複数の消息筋の話として伝えた。 党大会を経て総書記の座を習近平国家副主席に譲る胡氏 ...

◯12111214 中国,ウォール・ストリート・ジャーナル日本版 - ?1 hour ago
中国以外から5割確保へ=レアアース調達で―枝野経産相
http://on.wsj.com/UCvx5g
1211121401.jpg,
枝野幸男経済産業相は12日の衆院予算委員会で、中国からの輸入に頼っているレアアース(希土類)調達に関して、「来年半ば以降、おおむね5割程度は中国以外から確保できる」と述べ、安定供給に向けた政府目標達成のめどが立ったとの認識を示した。笹木竜三氏(民主)へ ...

◯12111215 中国,ロイター - ?5 hours ago
中国の輸出の伸び加速、経済が安定し始めたことを示している=陳徳銘・商務相
http://bit.ly/QAh0LK
1211121501.jpg,
北京 10日 ロイター] 中国の陳徳銘・商務相は10日、記者団に対し、過去2カ月での輸出の伸び加速は、同国の経済が安定し始めたことを示していると述べた。 ただし、同相は通年で10%の輸出の伸びを確保する目標達成は依然として厳しいとの見方を示した。 10日に発表され ...

◯12111216 米国,日本経済新聞 - ?2 hours ago?
コモディティー・アイ〜米天然ガス、もう下がらない?
http://s.nikkei.com/ZswiSU
1211121601.jpg,
米国の天然ガス先物価格が上昇している。ニューヨーク市場の天然ガス先物は100万BTUあたり3.6ドル。4月の安値に比べ9割高い。ガス価格の下落を受けて石炭火力からガス火力に移行が進んだのが主因。ただ、需要動向をみると2ドル割れした今年の春先が異例だったこと ...

◯12111217 ロシア,日本経済新聞 - ?15 hours ago?
シェールガス革命、ロシアの憂鬱 日本向けに活路
http://s.nikkei.com/TDHQ2g
1211121701.jpg,
米国のシェールガス革命がロシアを追い詰めている。ロシアは世界一の天然ガス埋蔵量を誇るが、米国の天然ガス増産の影響で生産量が伸び悩み、世界シェアが低下している。特に最大の需要先である欧州の販売が振るわない。危機感を強めるロシアは欧州以外にも販路を ...



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