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Even though Ukraine's coal stocks are increasingly in short supply, the country's deputy energy minister has called on power producers to burn more coal to reduce the impact of a potential cut in Russian gas supply to the conflict-ridden nation.
Removal of subsidies as part of wider energy market reforms across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) face numerous political challenges but change is 'vital' to ease strain on governments' budgets, according to the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies…
The Government of Punjab, overseeing the most populous region in Pakistan, has given the green light for a proposed 1,000 MW gas-fired power plant near Sheikhupura that will run LNG. The decision came after the Asian Development Bank (ADB) granted…
An in-debt probe of General Electric's $14.1 billion takeover deal of Alstom's power division has been opened by the European Commission late Monday. An initial investigation "indicates potential competition concerns in the market for heavy-duty gas turbines," it said in…
Contrary to fierce opposition against the U.S. administration new carbon rule for existing power plants, Exelon has now suggested would be feasible for the electric industry to successfully apply the more stringent standards. The latest controversy is over the Environmental…
Goodluck Jonathan, the president of Nigeria, has re-commissioned two gas-fired power plants with a combined capacity of 720 MW, reiterating support for reforms that aim to increase gas supply by liberalising the energy market.
Efforts to create an EU-wide Energy Union will see the European Commission scrutinise national support schemes for renewables, while encouraging new legislation on capacity markets to reward operators for dispatching fossil plants at short notice. According to a paper leaked prior…
Hit by a 35% fall in full-year operating profits, Centrica, the owner of British Gas, announced it will close two of its gas-fired power stations in the UK, namely the 665 MW Killingholme plant and the 240 MW Brigg plant.
Energy mnisters of Cyprus and Egypt have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly develop oil and gas fields offshore the island of Cyrus as Egypt is hard pressed to diversify gas imports and source cheaper fuel to reduce…
U.S. customers of Rochester Gas & Electric (RG&E) will subsidize operations of Exelon's 581 MW Ginna nuclear plant until 2018 to ensure baseload grid reliability. Ginna can now temporarily charge above-market rates after operators had lost out against competition from…
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