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South Africa Power Crisis Causes State Monopoly to Open Up
After years of blackouts, the Government of South Africa has started to break the monopoly of its state-owned utility.
Coal-Fired Power Plants
Australian Power Crisis Eases as Coal-Fired Plants Crank Up
Blackout risks eased in eastern Australia on Friday as about a third of the coal-fired generation that had been offline in recent weeks returned to service, but…
How the World’s Top Coal, LNG Exporter Ran Into a Power Crisis
Australia, the world's top exporter of coal and liquefied natural gas, is battling a power crunch, posing major challenges for the country's new Labor governmen…
Nuclear Power Plant
Germany Is Shuttering Nuclear Reactors Amid EU Power Crisis
Despite some countries embracing nuclear power as the obvious solution to the green energy problem that it is over the last 12 months, Europe is still shutterin…
Egyptian Gas Should Start Flowing to Lebanon in the Next 3 Months, U.S. Energy Envoy Says
The governments of four countries in September reached an agreement to pipe gas from Egypt, through Jordan and Syria, to ease the power crisis in Lebanon.
Zim to Import 400MW to Bridge Power Deficit
STATE power utility, Zesa Holdings, intends to import up to 400 megawatts from Mozambique and Zambia as part of measures to end a debilitating power crisis, a s…
India Mulls Strategic Reserves for Coal, Gas Imports
India may consider creating strategic reserves for imported thermal coal and natural gas to tide over "supply shocks", as it looks to raise coal dispatches to u…
Power Crisis Looms in Korea As Scorching Heat Continues
Nation may see the first power shortage alert issued in eight years this week
Power Crisis Worsens in Punjab as 2nd Unit of Talwandi Sabo Thermal Plant Develops Snag
Talwandi Sabo Power Limited is the largest thermal power plant in North India
Texas Faces Another Power Crisis Amid Heat Wave
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas has asked Texans to reduce power consumption through Friday of this week.
Texas Refineries Restarting After Power Loss
Texas refineries reported restarting units shut last week after subfreezing temperatures and a power crisis abruptly cut 28pc of US crude processing capacity.