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India coal: transport bottlenecks as demand is expected to rise
With Chinese demand for seaborne coal stalling, India has become the great hope of the seaborne coal market....Read More »
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Interview: Jera eyes selling US Freeport LNG volume to Europe as alternative to Japan
Japan's Jera, the joint venture between Tokyo Electric Power Company and
Chubu Electric, eyes selling volumes from the US Freeport LNG project to
Europe or other markets as an alternative, if it is not economically viable to
bring the LNG to Japan, the company's president said this week.
Flooding hits Oklahoma oil, gas exploration and production operations
Massive flooding in much of Oklahoma has resulted in extensive damage to
oil and natural gas exploration and production operations across much of the
state, an Oklahoma Corporation Commission spokesman said Wednesday.
UK plans law to boost oil, gas regulator powers, control onshore wind
The UK's new Conservative government is planning an energy bill to set up
the new Oil and Gas Authority with the powers it needs to become a "robust,
independent and effective regulator" and to give local communities the final
say on wind farm applications, the government said Wednesday.
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New York to have enough electric power this summer, stakeholders told
New York will have 3,622 MW, or 10.8%, more generation capacity than
needed under a baseline summer demand forecast, but only 1,327 MW, or 3.7%,
more than what load could be at the 90th percentile, stakeholders learned
UK power: High wind forecasts place pressure on UK day-ahead
Prompt power contracts in the UK slid Wednesday morning on strong wind
generation infeed forecasts and stable NBP gas prices, following a thinly
traded session, market sources said.
LCRA targets bigger slice of Texas wholesale power market; plans more transmission
The Lower Colorado River Authority wants more wholesale customers for its
its surplus power in Texas, such that its recently rebranded wholesale
services arm will actively pursue new customers outside its usual service