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Electricity

Electricity
2021, December, 1, 16:05:00
ЭФФЕКТИВНАЯ ЭНЕРГОСИСТЕМА РОССИИ
«Российская электроэнергетика, как и страна, и мир в целом находится в условиях новых трендов и выбора дальнейшего пути развития. Они неоднозначны и требуют консолидированного подхода со стороны всех участников отрасли: потребителей, компаний, поставщиков, науки и государства», – отметил замминистра.
Electricity
2021, November, 30, 13:20:00
ЭНЕРГЕТИЧЕСКОЕ ПАРТНЕРСТВО РОССИИ, КИТАЯ
Сотрудничество России и КНР в ТЭК за последнее десятилетие успешно развивается и вышло на беспрецедентно высокий уровень благодаря совместным усилиям лидеров стран.
Electricity
2021, November, 30, 13:15:00
ЭНЕРГЕТИЧЕСКОЕ СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВО РОССИИ, МОНГОЛИИ
Россия рассчитывает на совместную реализацию перспективных проектов по строительству газопровода из России в Китай через территорию Монголии, модернизации существующих и созданию новых энергетических объектов, а также в области поставок нефтепродуктов.
Electricity
2021, November, 30, 12:40:00
TEXAS ENERGY PRICES UPDOWN
Natural gas prices also had an impact on November's power prices. At the Houston Ship Channel, spot gas this November has averaged $4.788/MMBtu, down from October's $5.29/MMBtu but up from November 2020's $2.597/MMBtu.
Electricity
2021, November, 23, 12:20:00
МИРОВОЕ ПОТРЕБЛЕНИЕ ЭЛЕКТРОЭНЕРГИИ +25%
«Потребление электроэнергии будет продолжать расти. К 2050 году объёмы мирового потребления увеличатся на четверть. В России в этом году мы планируем выработать более 1,1 трлн кВт.ч, а к 2050 достигнуть более 1,5 трлн кВт.ч»,
Electricity
2021, November, 22, 12:00:00
THE TEXAS ENERGY FREEZE
This week, FERC and NERC published their Final Report on the the February 2021 cold weather event in Texas and the South Central United States.
Electricity
2021, November, 22, 11:55:00
THE TEXAS CLIMATE READINESS
Texas’s freewheeling electricity sector has flaws that were exposed during the deep freeze.
Electricity
2021, November, 15, 11:45:00
BRAZIL ELECTRICITY DEMAND +3.5%
Electricity consumption in Brazil should increase by an average 3.5%/year over the 2021-2031 period
Electricity
2021, November, 10, 12:20:00
OIL PRICES 2021-22: $82-$72
We expect Brent prices will remain near current levels for the rest of 2021, averaging $82/b in the fourth quarter of 2021. In 2022, we expect that growth in production from OPEC+, U.S. tight oil, and other non-OPEC countries will outpace slowing growth in global oil consumption and contribute to Brent prices declining from current levels to an annual average of $72/b.
Electricity
2021, November, 9, 16:35:00
JAPAN GEOTHERMAL ENERGY UP
The number of geothermal power plants in Japan has quadrupled since the 2011 nuclear disaster in Fukushima Prefecture, according to industry data.
Electricity
2021, November, 8, 12:05:00
GLOBAL POWER DEMAND GROWTH
The global power market is experiencing rapid power demand growth as markets recover from the pandemic.
Electricity
2021, November, 1, 13:40:00
DIGITALLY INTERCONNECTED SYSTEMS
The continued deployment of smart appliances for grids, buildings, and e-mobility is bringing the physical and digital worlds closer to achieving the delivery of energy at the right place, at the right time and with lower costs and higher efficiencies than today.
Electricity
2021, November, 1, 13:35:00
DIGITAL ENERGY TWINS
ABI research predicts about AR that by 2022, 18$ billion will be the energy and utility sector revenue for Augmented Reality.
Electricity
2021, October, 29, 13:45:00
INDIA'S POWER DEMAND GROWTH
As per the recently released, World Energy Outlook 2021, IEA forecasts that’s India's power demand is slated to nearly treble to 5000 TWh by 2050, let primarily by renewable sources of energy.
Electricity
2021, October, 14, 12:55:00
OIL PRICES 2021-22: $81-$72
We expect Brent prices will remain near current levels for the remainder of 2021, averaging $81/b during the fourth quarter of 2021. In 2022, we expect that growth in production from OPEC+, U.S. tight oil, and other non-OPEC countries will outpace slowing growth in global oil consumption and contribute to Brent prices declining from current levels to an annual average of $72/b.