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Wind Power Project
Siemens Gamesa Adds 250MW of Wind Energy to South Africa’s Grid
Siemens Gamesa has officially started production of Mainstream Renewable Power’s 110MW Perdekraal East and 140MW Kangnas wind farms in South Africa, supporting…
Baker Hughes Reports US Rig Rebound
The total number of rotary drilling rigs operating in the United States rebounded this past week, Baker Hughes Co. reported Wednesday.
Genel Begins Production from Sarta Oil Field in Iraq
Iraq-focused independent Genel Energy said production has started at the Sarta oil field in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region of northern Iraq.
Mozambique’s Ambitious Northern Gas Plans Head South
Natural gas was supposed to help industrialise the northern provinces, but after a string of project cancellations it will be transported to the more prosperous…
Energy Storage Technology
EDP Brasil Partners with Embraer to Develop Battery Technologies for Electric Aviation
EDP and Brazil-headquartered Embraer are partnering to advance energy storage and battery charging technologies for electric aviation.
Saudi Arabia Seeks to Become Top Hydrogen Exporter
The world’s biggest oil exporter has set its sights on also becoming the largest supplier of hydrogen, a fuel seen as pivotal for curbing climate change.
Qatar Energy Exports Crash By 39%
Qatar’s total exports dropped by 35.5 percent year over year in the third quarter, dragged down by a 38.5-percent slump in exports of energy commodities and pr…
BP Sells London HQ for Nearly $332 Million
Following reports that BP is preparing to sell its London headquarters, the oil major has now entered into an agreement for the sale of the HQ for £250.
Nuclear Power Plant
Haiyang Begins Commercial-Scale District Heat Supply
China's Haiyang nuclear power plant in Shandong province has officially started providing district heat to the surrounding area.
RCEP TRADE PACT SIGNED: Dawn of the Asian Century?
After eight years of talks, China and fourteen other nations in the Asia-Pacific formally signed one of the world's largest regional free trade agreements, th…
Nuclear Power Plant
Belarus Considers Second Nuclear Plant
The construction of a second nuclear power plant in Belarus is being discussed "in the most serious way", Ria Novosti reported on 17 November.
Solar Power Panel
Bifacial Exemption from US Section 201 Tariffs is Repealed
The exemption for bifacial solar panels from Section 201 tariffs in the US has finally been repealed, meaning bifacial panels imported into the US are now subje…
Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and India
The deal was introduced during the 19th Asean meet held in November 2011. The RCEP talks started during the 21st Asean Summit in Cambodia in 2012 and was signed…
South Korea’s October EV Exports, Domestic Sales Rise
South Korea's exports and domestic sales of green cars increased on the year in October, supported by a rise in demand in and outside of the northeast Asian cou…
Japan’s Coal Demand may Drop Next Quarter
Recovering nuclear availability in Japan towards the end of the first quarter of 2021 could trim the country's demand for coal imports.