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New power plant in Qatar by 2016.

Qatar plans to build a power plant to meet increasing demand even though it has currently an electricity surplus.

read more... 07/10/2010


Argentina builds second LNG port.

Argentina decided to build its second Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) port, therefore to double its import capacity, as it’s seeing growing demand and decreasing production. The deal has been made between Excelerate Energy and Argentina's state-owned utility Enarsa.

read more... 04/10/2010


China is the most attractive in renewable investments.

China was named, by Ernst & Young, the most attractive place to invest in renewable thanks to its policy of promoting demand on it, taxes on climate, grid connection and regulatory risk.

read more... 24/09/2010


Daily Energy Market Overview 09.20.2010

Prompt South African coal cargo prices increased by 75 cents on Friday, despite a low demand this week in Europe and Asia. However these prices have been traded higher this week in order to maintain the actual level of the market, while new consumers will appear in the next quarter.

read more... 21/09/2010


Gamesa will triple investment in China by 2012

The Spain-based company Gamesa, will triple its investment in China in the next 2-3 years, to expand its facilities in the country. The Spanish company already invested around 42 million Euro in 2009 and plans to invest a further 90 million by 2012, to meet the rising demand of China’s growing wind energy industry.

read more... 17/09/2010