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IDE provide horizontal MVC evaporators

IDE Technologies Ltd. announced today that a large oil and gas company, focused on in-situ projects, has purchased two IDE horizontal MVC evaporators to increase the produced water treatment capacity of a SAGD production site in Northern Alberta.   IDE’s MVC evaporators will process and treat de-oiled produced water to continuously supply high quality distillate. The feed water will be used for drum bo ...

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Rathin Basu appointed Country President of Alstom India & South Asia

France-based Alstom on Monday said Rathin Basu would be Country President of Alstom India & South Asia from April 1. At present, Basu is the Managing Director for Alstom T&D India, the Group’s arm that deals with transmission and distribution business. He will succeed Sunand Sharma, who will continue to support Alstom’s businesses as advisor with focus on the neighbouring countries of India and as a ...

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SolarWorld AG takes over Bosch solar manufacturing in Arnstadt

As a result, SolarWorld will increase its production capacity to over one gigawatt throughout the entire value chain. This will make the company the largest manufacturer of solar power technology outside of Asia. Dr.-Ing. E.h. Frank Asbeck, the CEO of SolarWorld AG, says, “SolarWorld offers a counterpoint to solar manufacturing in China. We rely on highly automated production processes so that we can minimi ...

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AVEVA Everything 3D selected by Paul Wurth

AVEVA Everything3D selected by Paul Wurth   Next-generation plant design softwareas part of an Integrated Engineering & Design approach will improve integration and multi-site working forlarge, complex projects   Paris, France – 11 March 2014: AVEVA today announced that Paul Wurth, a leading engineering company in the Iron &Steel industry, has implementedAVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D), AVEVA’s next- ...

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Court orders Egat to clean up Mae Moh

The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) should pay compensation to local people suffering from air pollution from the Mae Moh coal-fired power plant in Lampang province, said a Supreme Administrative court judge. The Egat should also come up with plans to rehabilitate the environment in areas affected by the power plant, Judge Sumeth Deuisres who is in charge of the Mae Moh pollution case, s ...

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Voith to Modernize Zvornik Hydropower Plant in Serbia

HEIDENHEIM/St. PÖLTEN. Voith will extensively modernize the electro- mechanical equipment of the Serbian hydropower plant Zvornik, situated on the River Drina. Voith is replacing four generators and four Kaplan tur- bines, as well as the automation systems and the mechanical and electri- cal ancillary equipment. The contract signed with the customer in autumn 2013 is now coming into effect. The order volume ...

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TNB Told to take lead on Smart Grid

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has been asked by the government to lead the development of new ideas and solution for the country’s Smart Grid programme while advancing regional collaborations in South-East Asia. Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry secretary-general Loo Took Gee challenged the state utility to produce tangible results as they work “with our Asean counterparts for the Asean Power Grid con ...

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More funding for Wind Farm

MORE FUNDS have been earmarked to partially fund ongoing construction of Trans-Asia Oil and Energy Development Corp's 54-megawatt (MW) wind energy project in San Lorenzo, Guimaras. In a disclosure on Friday, Trans-Asia said it disbursed P54.077 million from proceeds of its stock rights offering in November 2012, through which the company raised P1.627 billion. The latest amount adds to the P935.435 million ...

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GCube gets political

Underwriter GCube is providing political risk insurance for renewable energy projects in response to a rising number of client enquiries. The company is seeking, in particular, to target developing markets in Latin America, Africa, Asia Pacific and Central Asia. “In these markets, companies and lenders are widely recognised to be at heightened risk of losses arising from actions taken by host governments, i ...

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Energy Efficient Buildings Technology and Services in Asia Pacific Will Reach Nearly $92 Billion by 2022

Asia Pacific represents a major portion of global real estate, with about 40 percent of the world’s building stock. While construction rates have slowed since the financial crash of 2008, the region’s buildings sector remains the most dynamic in the world. As such, making buildings more energy efficient has become a top priority in many of the region’s fast-growing economy. :According to a new report from N ...

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