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  • China To See Surge in Offshore Wind Farms: Goldwind - China is expected to see a surge in offshore wind farms project developments, thanks to favorable government-backed pricing and increased investment.
  • Why Kuwait Decided Not To Build Nuclear Plant - Kuwait has decided to abandon plans to build a nuclear plant, Kuwait Times reported. The ministry would spend money in solar energy and wind.
  • Pakistan Clears Russian Firm For $2bn LNG Pipeline Contract - The Ministry of Law has given the go-ahead for the award of $2 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) pipeline contract to the energy firm designated by Russia, though the US has slapped sanctions on the company, officials say. The approval comes after the Russian government signed a deal with Pakistan...
  • Asia Clean Capital, Canadian Solar to build 200 MW of solar plants in China - Asia Clean Capital on June 24 announced a cooperation agreement with a subsidiary of Canadian-Solar Inc., (NASDAQ:CSIQ) to co-develop an identified solar pipeline of over 200 megawatts in Mainland China. Under the terms of the Agreement, ACC will provide construction and financing for the solar systems and Canadian Solar will...
  • SunEdison Sells Indian Plants To Amplus Energy - Amplus Energy Solutions Private Limited (“Amplus”), one of India’s leading solar developers and a portfolio company of I Squared Capital, has acquired the portfolio of commercial and industrial rooftop projects of SunEdison India (SEI). Spread across India, the facilities provide on-site renewable power to leading Indian and global corporate customers....

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Idemitsu Kosan, Showa Shell to merge on April 1

Japanese refiner Idemitsu Kosan Co. and Showa Shell Sekiyu will merge on April 1 2017, the two companies said in a joint statement. The companies agreed in November 2015 in a deal worth about $4 billion to create the nat...

Indonesia plans to add 5 more LNG storage units in...

Indonesia plans to build five more floating LNG storage and re-gasification units in 2017, as the country anticipates a surge in natural gas use, Antara News reported, citing data from the Energy and Mineral Resources Mi...

Iran seeking foreign investments for $3B refinery project

Iran is seeking foreign investors to help build a $3 billion refinery project on its Persian Gulf coast to bolster its oil and gas sales to Asian buyers, Bloomberg News reported. Siraf Refineries Infrastructure Co. is lo...

Rosneft Q1 net profit plunges 75% on lower oil prices

Russia’s largest oil producer Rosneft said its first-quarter attributable net income declined by 75%, year-on-year, to 14 billion Russian roubles from 56 billion roubles following a drop in global oil prices. Sales...

JX Nippon Oil to form alliance with Petronas for LNG...

Malaysia’s Petronas said that JX Nippon Oil & Energy will buy a 10% equity stake in a subsidiary of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) business in Sarawak state. The report comes after a Nikkei report that JX N...
Blog: A case for cancellation of Bangladesh coal-fired power plant

Blog: A case for cancellation of Bangladesh coal-fired power plant

In what may virtually infuriate coal supporters in these hard times for the fuel, a new so-called financial analysis of a proposed 1,320-MW coal-fired power...

Blog: Is a solar boom around the bend in India?

Sun shines bright throughout the year in most parts of India, making the South Asian giant an ideal destination for capturing a part of...

Blog: Stay tuned for another major solar casualty

It seems only a matter of time before the world witnesses yet another major casualty in the solar energy sector after the recent demise...

Blog: China’s dominance in wind energy growth continues unabated

Wind continues to blow faster in China and India than the rest of the world as a new report detailing the growth of wind...

Blog: A tale of 2 companies: Peabody Energy and SunEdison

Once known for their market-leading positions in their respective sectors, Peabody Energy and SunEdison Inc. offer a rare comparison of how publicly listed companies...

Chinese T&D firm wants to do it the Chinese way

Huge, massive, gigantic and colossal are some of the words that have become synonymous with China and everything stemming from the world’s second-biggest economy....

Blog: A case for cancellation of Bangladesh coal-fired power plant

In what may virtually infuriate coal supporters in these hard times for the fuel, a new so-called financial analysis of a proposed 1,320-MW coal-fired power project in Bangladesh shows how the fuel has gone out of favor...

Blog: Is a solar boom around the bend in India?

Sun shines bright throughout the year in most parts of India, making the South Asian giant an ideal destination for capturing a part of the free-of-cost energy that has been emanating from the ever-burning star at the ce...

Blog: Stay tuned for another major solar casualty

It seems only a matter of time before the world witnesses yet another major casualty in the solar energy sector after the recent demise of U.S.-based SunEdison Inc. The latest case is a bit different in a couple of resp...

Blog: China’s dominance in wind energy growth continues unabated

Wind continues to blow faster in China and India than the rest of the world as a new report detailing the growth of wind energy across the globe in 2015 suggests that the days of West’s dominance in the industry ar...

Blog: A tale of 2 companies: Peabody Energy and SunEdison

Once known for their market-leading positions in their respective sectors, Peabody Energy and SunEdison Inc. offer a rare comparison of how publicly listed companies get into troubles due to industry woes as well as some...

Chinese T&D firm wants to do it the Chinese way

Huge, massive, gigantic and colossal are some of the words that have become synonymous with China and everything stemming from the world’s second-biggest economy. And, if recent history is any proof, scale and size...

Blog: A case for cancellation of Bangladesh coal-fired power plant

In what may virtually infuriate coal supporters in these hard times for the fuel, a new so-called financial analysis of a proposed 1,320-MW coal-fired power project in Bangladesh shows how the fuel has gone out of favor...

Blog: Is a solar boom around the bend in India?

Sun shines bright throughout the year in most parts of India, making the South Asian giant an ideal destination for capturing a part of the free-of-cost energy that has been emanating from the ever-burning star at the ce...

Blog: Stay tuned for another major solar casualty

It seems only a matter of time before the world witnesses yet another major casualty in the solar energy sector after the recent demise of U.S.-based SunEdison Inc. The latest case is a bit different in a couple of resp...

Blog: China’s dominance in wind energy growth continues unabated

Wind continues to blow faster in China and India than the rest of the world as a new report detailing the growth of wind energy across the globe in 2015 suggests that the days of West’s dominance in the industry ar...

Blog: A tale of 2 companies: Peabody Energy and SunEdison

Once known for their market-leading positions in their respective sectors, Peabody Energy and SunEdison Inc. offer a rare comparison of how publicly listed companies get into troubles due to industry woes as well as some...

Chinese T&D firm wants to do it the Chinese way

Huge, massive, gigantic and colossal are some of the words that have become synonymous with China and everything stemming from the world’s second-biggest economy. And, if recent history is any proof, scale and size...