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channelnewsasia.com 12 hours, 56 minutes ago

North America Driving Global Oil And Gas Pipeline Boom - Cna

The global pace of new oil and gas pipeline construction has tripled in less than two decades, a multi-billion-dollar boom in infrastructure that experts warned Thursday could torpedo hopes for limiting global warming.
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digitaljournal.com 13 hours, 1 minute ago

North America Driving Global Oil And Gas Pipeline 'boom'

The global pace of new oil and gas pipeline construction has tripled in less than two decades, a multi-billion-dollar boom in infrastructure that experts warned Thursday could torpedo hopes for limiting global warming.
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digitaljournal.com April 23, 2019

Czech Eph To Buy Two Power Plants In Northern Ireland

The Czech-based coal mining and energy group EPH, known for bucking Europe's green trend, said Tuesday it would buy two power plants in Northern Ireland.
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reuters.com April 17, 2019

Gfg Alliance Outlines Plan To Consolidate Liberty's Global Steel Assets

GFG Alliance, a privately held conglomerate, said on Thursday it plans to integrate most of the mining and engineering businesses under its Liberty House unit into a single global steel business with assets across the UK, Europe and Australia.
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jdsupra.com April 17, 2019

Coal Exports: The Trump Administration And Western States Take Action To Open Ports For Shipment Of Coal | Snell & Wilmer

On April 10, 2019, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order seeking to address permitting and policy obstacles preventing the export of coal and other energy resources through West Coast ports. New port facilities and improvements have been...By: Snell & Wilmer.
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fastcompany.com April 16, 2019

Could Wave Power Be The Next Boom In Renewable Energy?

Several devices that generate electricity from the movement of waves are about to begin large-scale testing in Hawaii. In a shipyard in Portland, Oregon, a massive new energy generating device is nearly complete. In mid-May, it will begin a three-week journey to Hawaii for the first large-scale test of the tech connected to the grid. Months later, two other new technologies will also head to Hawaii to begin their own tests. It's one step toward wider adoption of a form of renewable energy that doesn't yet exist commercially: waves.Read Full Story.
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businesstoday.in April 09, 2019

Tata Sponge Iron Acquires Steel Business Of Usha Martin For Rs 4,094 Crore

The acquisition involves Usha Martin's 1.0 MnTPA specialty steel plant in Jamshedpur that makes alloy based long products, a functional iron ore mine, a coal mine under development and captive power plants.
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business-standard.com April 06, 2019

Thermal Coal Prices Fall, Indian Power Plants To See Limited Gains | Business Standard News

Prices of Indonesian coal are down 14% while South African coal has declined 21% in the past six months. : Thermal coal prices are on a downward spiral globally. Australian coal prices have fallen nearly 20 per cent in the past week, and 40 per cent from their peak of 2018, according to Reuters. For domestic power producers, that import coal, this should come as good news. However, the extent of benefit will be limited as Indian firms import largely from Indonesia and South Africa. "India does not import much from Australia.
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chron.com April 04, 2019

Total Invests More In Tellurian, Driftwood Lng - Houston Chronicle

French energy major Total said it will invest more than $700 million in the Houston company Tellurian and its Driftwood liquefied natural gas export project in Louisiana. The deal, which includes the additional purchase of more LNG by Total, increases Total's already sizable interest in Tellurian and the roughly $30 billion LNG export and gas pipelines project. The investment boosts Total's stake in Tellurian to about 25 percent. Total also is a major investor in the Cameron LNG project in Louisiana.
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greentechmedia.com April 02, 2019

Edf's China Offshore Wind Deal 'opens Door' To Western Developers

A landmark deal last week from France's EDF signals that China's traditionally closed renewables market may be opening to foreign developers, the Global Wind Energy Council's strategy director said. Feng Zhao told GTM that an agreement between EDF and state-owned China Energy Investment Corporation, a leading industrial player in China's electricity market, reflects a growing need for foreign resources to prop up China's ambitious offshore wind plans. "Strong expertise [is] needed from the European market," he said.
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