2019, December, 6, 13:15:00RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR FUEL FOR INDIA
TVEL JSC has shipped to India the final consignment of uranium fuel pellets for BWR reactors and thereby fulfilled the relevant contract with the Department of Atomic Energy of the Government of India. The total volume of the supplied fuel pellets exceeded 50 tons, all shipments have carried out in 2019.
2019, December, 2, 13:20:00INDIA'S RENEWABLE WILL UP
IEEFA forecasts India's cumulative renewable energy capacity to expand 17% year-on-year to 93.5GW by the end of 2019/20, adding a total of 13.5GW in 2019/20 (relative to just 5.7GW to-date).
2019, November, 27, 11:50:00INDIA'S LPG IMPORTS UPDOWN
India's LPG imports over January-October totaled 11.884 million mt, up 19.5% on year, exceeding industry projections of 17% annual growth
2019, November, 22, 12:00:00INDIA'S OIL DEMAND UP 3%
Oil demand in India is projected to rise by 3.21 percent this year to 4.88 million barrels per day (mb/d), and further by 3.36 percent to 5.05 mb/d by next year, exceeding the 2.37 percent oil demand growth by China, according to the latest Oil Market Report by OPEC.
2019, November, 22, 11:50:00PAKISTAN'S RENEWABLE ENERGY: $40 BLN
The government of Pakistan has announced that it will invite bids for setting up renewable energy projects in the country in a bid to tap the investment potential of $40bn.
2019, November, 20, 11:55:00CHINA'S ENERGY INTERCONNECTION: $18.7 TLN
by 2050 the total investment of AEI is 18.7 trillion U.S. dollars, including 14.3 trillion U.S. dollars in power source, and 4.4 trillion U.S. dollars in power grids, creating about 150 million jobs.
2019, November, 20, 11:15:00INDIA'S COAL NEED INVESTMENT
The auctions, to be aimed at paring back India’s coal imports, are intended to attract global miners such as Glencore PLC, BHP Group, Anglo American PLC and Peabody Energy Corp.
2019, November, 20, 10:42:00TURKMENISTAN GDP GROWTH 6.3%
Turkmenistan's economic growth continues to be driven by both the hydrocarbon and nonhydrocarbon sectors. External balances remain in surplus, buoyed by exchange controls in line with import substitution and export promotion objectives.
2019, November, 20, 10:40:00KAZAKHSTAN GDP GROWTH 4.1-3.8%
Kazakhstan's GDP grew by 4.3 percent in the first three quarters of 2019
2019, November, 13, 13:00:00NEW ENERGY ERA
Delivering the opening keynote address, at the event, Dr. Al Jaber said the oil and gas industry is being disrupted by new technologies, new business models, new forms of energy and a new geopolitical order, with the rise of Asia.
2019, November, 13, 12:50:00INDIA'S OIL NEED INVESTMENT
Pradhan said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently met with the chief executives of energy firms in Houston, including those from Exxon Mobil Corp, BP Plc, Royal Dutch Shell, Rosneft Oil Co, Saudi Aramco and Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc).
2019, November, 1, 14:05:00ASIA'S NUCLEAR POWER BENEFITS
In 2018 a total of 533 TWh of electricity generated in Asia was from nuclear power. This was 12% higher than the previous year, and 60% higher than in 2012. Nuclear generation in Asia now represents 21% of total electricity generation.
2019, October, 23, 12:20:00RUSSIA, AFRICA DIALOG
President Vladimir Putin will host the Russia-Africa Summit in Sochi this week as Russia looks to expand its footprint in Africa.
2019, October, 23, 12:10:00NUCLEAR POWER FOR INDIA
Nuclear power for civil use is well-established in India. Since building two small boiling water reactors at Tarapur in the 1960s, its civil nuclear strategy has been directed towards complete independence in the nuclear fuel cycle, necessary because it is excluded from the 1970 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) due to it acquiring nuclear weapons capability after 1970. As a result, India's nuclear power programme has proceeded largely without fuel or technological assistance from other countries.
2019, October, 23, 11:35:00ASIA'S WIND ENERGY WILL UP
Global wind power could rise ten-fold reaching over 6000 GW by 2050. By midcentury, wind could cover one third of global power needs and – combined with electrification – deliver a quarter of the energy-related carbon emission reductions needed to meet the Paris climate targets. To reach this objective, onshore and offshore wind capacity will need to increase four-fold and ten-fold respectively every year compared to today.