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The nuclear renaissance in Japan is gathering momentum with the government proposing for nuclear energy to account for 20% or even 24% of the island nation's power mix by 2030 – regardless of popular protests. A court just rejected an…
Though domestic coal reserves are abundant in many energy-intensive Asian economies while gas is more scarce and expensive, analysts see the tide turn towards a greater use of cleaner-burning natural gas. With gas prices at Henry Hub down from over…
Unfazed by low oil prices, the global market for genset installations, powered by natural gas, are forecast to reach 27.2 GW by 2024 and generate $146.8 billion in cumulative revenue between 2015 and 2024, according to Navigant Research. Dual-fuel gensets,…
For the second year in a row, the United States has seen a rise in energy-related CO2 emissions – the largest component of overall greenhouse gas emissions. On March 31, the U.S. officially committed to a target to reduce emissions…
French turbine manufacturer Alstom announced its energy business unit in Indonesia will shift its strategy to increasingly focus on serving the domestic market. Up to $20 million may be spent on expanding its local factory. Andreas Lusch, Alstom's head of…
Cheap energy sources are a quest for Turkey policy makers, as electricity demand is forecast to double by 2023, reaching 500 million megawatt-hours. Tax incentives have been granted for domestic lignite production and Turkish hydrocarbon developers are keen to learn…
For the first time since the 1950s, U.S. energy imports and exports have come back into balance. Projection in EIA's Annual Energy Outlook 2015 (AEO2015), shows the potential to eliminate net U.S. energy imports sometime between 2020 and 2030.
China's 'Go West strategy', the coastal-to-inland flow of capital and people, is likely to lead to the formation of 'commodity superhighways' via new Silk Road routes. "The plan is already underway and is often touted as China's silver bullet to…
National Grid analysts anticipate electricity demand will peak at 37.5 GW this summer – the lowest level ever forecast, as more households turn to generating solar power. Photovoltaic capacity in Britain almost doubled year-on-year from 2.4 GW to 4.4 GW…
With gas prices seen to remain on low levels, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has increased its earlier forecast for domestic gas demand, driven by a higher utilisation of cleaner-burning fuel in the power generation sector and rising industrial…
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