CHINA'S WIND FOR UKRAINE $1 BLN
ENERDATA - 3 Nov 2020 - The Ukrainian company WindFarm has signed an Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) contract with the Chinese state-owned construction group Power China to build an 800 MW onshore wind project in the Donetsk region (Ukraine). The project, which could benefit from a green tariff, would require a US$1bn investment and would be one of the largest onshore wind parks in the region.
Wind accounts for around 2% of Ukraine's installed capacity, with 1.3 GW (2019). Over 1.7 GW of wind projects are at various stages of development.
2020, October, 26, 13:50:00CHINA NEED GAS
CNOOC’s hydrocarbon output increased from 475 mboe in 2018 to 506.5 mboe in 2019 (+6.6%).
2020, October, 21, 16:45:00CHINA'S GAS DEMAND WILL TWICE
The goal of carbon-neutrality by 2060 will require China to kick its longstanding addiction to coal while building unprecedented amounts of intermittent wind and solar capacity.
2020, October, 19, 14:10:00CHINA ECONOMY UP
On a quarter-on-quarter basis, China GDP rose 2.7% in the third quarter, the NBS said, compared with expectations for a 3.2% rise and an 11.5% rise in the previous quarter.
2020, October, 6, 15:20:00UKRAINIAN NUCLEAR POWER
All of Ukraine's 15 nuclear power units - at Rovno, Zaporozhe, South Ukraine and Khmelnitsky - are operated by state-run Energoatom.