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South India’s utilities feeling the pinch on coal allocation

Faced with acute shortage of power, the five southern states will press the Centre to ensure adequate coal allocation, particularly to the generating stations in the public sector, in line with the performance of the power utilities. At the southern zonal council meeting involving chief ministers of five southern states on Friday, the states will collectively impress upon Union home minister Sushil Kumar Sh ...

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Indonesia looking to import from Arun LNG production terminal

Indonesian government linked company PT Rekayasa Industri was chosen as a contractor of engineering, procurement and construction for a project to convert Arun LNG plant into a receiving terminal. Pertamina has developed the project and invited competing bids in April 2012. Finally it selected Rekayasa among the five participants. However, it will need more time for Pertamina to sign formal EPC contract wit ...

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EGAT wants consistency from Myanmar gas supply

The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) reiterates the need for public solutions to address electricity demand in the country, following frequent disruption of natural gas supply from Myanmar in the past few years. The latest supply disruption took place after Myanmar was shaken by a powerful earthquake early morning of Nov 11. Pongdit Potejana, EGAT spokesman, said that natural gas now acco ...

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KEPCO confident on coal dust measures in the Philippines

Protective measures are being put in place by the Korean Electric Power Company (Kepco) to mitigate and prevent more incidents of coal dust affecting residents living near its power plant in Naga City. Last November 13, the Naga city government issued a cease and desist order (CDO) to Kepco for the loading and unloading of coal, after at least 10 residents from Barangay North Poblacion here complained of co ...

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Pakistan Partner with China to Rescue Delayed Neelum Jhelum Project

Pakistan hopes that the new Chinese leadership will help clear a $448 million loan pledged for the strategically important Neelum Jhelum Hydropower project located in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). A loan for the 969 MW project had previously been put on the backburner due to a controversy regarding the award of a multibillion rupee project to a Chinese firm. In August 2012, the Supreme Court (SC) of Pakista ...

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Bhutan to Export Hydropower Globally

Hydropower hot spot Bhutan takes a plan to reach hydropower operatives from global arena for better utilization of its untapped potential of over 25,000MW. "With known high potential in hydropower, Bhutan is a place of interest for many big players from the whole globe. It was clearly visible during all our recent business road shows in many countries. It is a good opportunity for Bhutan to utilize foreign ...

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Doosan Boosts Desalination Business by Buying Out British Company

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., a South Korean power equipment maker, said it acquired the British water treatment company Enpure Ltd., which is in administration. The purchase is in a bid to boost Doosan’s desalination business. This was reported by the Yonhap news agency, who did not cite the source of the report. Doosan Heavy also didn’t reveal the terms of the deal for Enpure Ltd., which ...

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Pentair X-flow Pretreatments Save Kuwait Desalination Plant From Dreaded Red Tide

The Shuwaikh Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) Desalination Plant in Kuwait has avoided reduced production and plant shutdown - problems caused by red tide - through its pre-treatment steps, according to Pentair X-Flow. Located near Shuwaikh port, the plant was built by Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction in 2010 for the Kuwaiti Ministry of Electricity and Water. With an ultrafiltration (UF) permeate cap ...

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Sumitomo Take Lead in Oman’s High-tech Desalination Project

A consortium led by Japanese conglomerate Sumitomo Corporation has successfully won a contract to develop an Independent Water Project (IWP) at Ghubrah in Muscat Governorate with an estimated investment of $350 million. Sumitomo, along with consortium members Malakoff International Ltd (MIL) of Malaysia and Cadagua of Spain, are due to establish a project company that will formally obtain a license to desig ...

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India and Malaysia Sign MOU to Promote Renewables

India and Malaysia have agreed to promote cooperation in renewable energy, especially in the areas of biomass and biogas, micro hydropower, solar energy and wind power. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to this effect was signed in the capital yesterday. The MoU was signed by Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Minister of New and Renewable Energy and Data’ Sri Peter Chin FahKui, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and ...

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