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AES breaks ground on 640MW natural gas power plant in California
AES’ subsidiary AES Alamitos has started the construction of a 640MW natural gas power plant and 100 MW battery energy storage system.
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Poyry and AWR Lloyd launch multi-client study on the future of Thailand's power industry
The Thai power sector is poised to enter a transformative phase, driven by a shortage of domestic natural gas, changes to the regulatory framework, global dynamics, and the evolution of clean energy technology.
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Siemens to sell stake in Russian joint venture Interautomatika
German technology giant Siemens has announced that it will divest its stake in the Russian company Interautomatika after receiving credible information about the illegal movement of gas turbines to Crimea.
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MAN Diesel & Turbo delivers engines for 140MW Nicaragua power plant
By EBR Staff Writer
German manufacturer MAN Diesel & Turbo has commissioned eight engines for a new 140MW thermal power plant in Nicaragua at Los Brasiles.
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HPI receives contract to complete LNG controls upgrade
HPI announced that it has been selected to complete a second Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) controls upgrade for a Des Moines, Iowa-based energy company.
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Marubeni wins EPC contract for 780MW combined cycle power plant in Indonesia
By EBR Staff Writer
PT Indonesia Power has awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the consortium of Marubeni, General Electric (GE) and PT. Hutama Karya (PK) for the Tambak Lorok combined cycle power plant block 3 project in Central Java.
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Bureau Veritas approves Wison’s 50MW floating LNG power supply barge
France-based certification agency Bureau Veritas has given its in-principle approval for Wison Offshore & Marine’s newly-developed 50MW floating storage regasification and power generation barge (W-FSRP).
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PJB spearheads digital energy for Indonesia with deployment of GE digital power plant software
GE announced a multi-year agreement with PT Pembangkitan Jawa Bali (PJB), the largest subsidiary of Indonesia’s national power utility PT PLN, to design a Remote Engineering, Monitoring, Diagnostics and Optimization Centers (REMDOC) in Surabaya, which is expected to go live October 2017.
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NTE Energy secures air permit for its 500MW Reidsville Energy Center
NTE Carolinas II, LLC, an affiliate of NTE Energy, was granted its Air Permit from the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality – Division of Air Quality on July 14, 2017 for its Reidsville Energy Center.
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NRG Energy reveals plans to sell $4bn power generation assets
US-based power producer NRG Energy has announced plans to divest assets worth $4bn to reduce its massive debt.
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Gasunie, Oiltanking and Vopak receive approval to form JV for developing LNG terminal in Germany
Gasunie, Oiltanking and Vopak have received green signal from the European Commission to form a joint venture for the development of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Northern Germany.
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Dynegy to divest three US power generation plants for $300m
By EBR Staff Writer
Dynegy has signed an agreement to divest three US power generation power plants for around $300m.
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California Energy Commission awards research grants for renewable energy
The California Energy Commission approved research grants for a wide range of projects, including nearly $3m for efforts to produce renewable energy and reduce fire risk by using forest waste left by the state’s unprecedented tree die-off for electrical generation.
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Siemens to seek legal action against turbine delivery to Crimea
By EBR Staff Writer
Siemens has announced that it will press criminal charges against an unnamed Russian company for moving at least two of its gas turbine sets to Crimea against its will.
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Global energy investment fell for a second year in 2016 as oil and gas spending continues to drop
Global energy investment fell by 12% in 2016, the second consecutive year of decline, as increased spending on energy efficiency and electricity networks was more than offset by a continued drop in upstream oil and gas spending, according to the International Energy Agency’s annual World Energy Investment report.
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