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Production to start at Ca Tam field in January

Vietnamese-Russian joint venture Vietsovpetro will start production at the Ca Tam oilfield offshore southern Vietnam in mid-January 2019

14 November 2018

Pakistan to double share of wind and solar in energy mix by 2022

The share of solar and wind power in Pakistan’s generation mix is set to double by 2022

13 November 2018
A biogas plant in the UK Hydrogen

Green gas players await EU policy signals

Brussels is openly supporting renewable gases, but it is questionable whether it will be able to push through policies to boost the nascent industry.

9 November 2018

South Korea pushed to increase renewables in power mix

South Korea's government has been called on to boost the share of renewables in the country's power mix.

7 November 2018

South Korea set to enforce coal and oil power cap

South Korea’s government will cap the operation of some coal- and oil-fired power plants at 80%.

7 November 2018

Spain sees gas-fired power drop in 9M 2018

The share of gas-fired power in Spain's power mix fell in the first nine months of 2018 from a year earlier, while hydro gained market share.

7 November 2018
Crude oil

India to be granted waiver for US sanctions on Iranian oil

The United States has broadly agreed to grant India a waiver on sanctions for importing oil from Iran

1 November 2018
The Freeport LNG plant in the US Coal

Tellurian unfazed by China’s 10% tariffs on US LNG

The company’s leadership is confident its Driftwood LNG project will be able to avoid the impact of China’s tariffs on US shipments.

30 October 2018

Sinopec and Japanese company to cooperate on hydrogen projects

Japan’s JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy has signed an MOU with China’s state-owned Sinopec to cooperate in hydrogen projects.

29 October 2018

Snam signs MOU with Beijing Gas on storage and biogas

Snam has signed an MOU with Beijing Gas Group to explore possible collaboration in China, particularly in the gas storage and biogas sector.

26 October 2018

Japan and New Zealand sign MOU on hydrogen supply

Japan and New Zealand have signed a memorandum of understanding on hydrogen.

26 October 2018

Coal prices hit Malaysian power generators

High coal prices are damaging the bottom lines of power generators in Malaysia.

24 October 2018

EC approves Luxembourg’s biogas support scheme

European Commission has cleared a six-year extension to Luxembourg’s support scheme for the production of biogas.

24 October 2018

Jemena trialling green gas in New South Wales

Australian energy infrastructure operator Jemena will hold a A$15.0 million trial run of a process to produce hydrogen from solar and wind power.

22 October 2018

Renewables ‘tipping point’ to be reached by 2035 – Woodmac

The world will reach a “sustainability tipping point” by 2035, Wood Mackenzie has predicted.

18 October 2018

Drax buys Scottish Power’s UK gas and hydro portfolio for £702 mln

Drax Group has bought Scottish Power’s portfolio of gas-fired power plants and pumped storage and hydropower assets.

16 October 2018
Woodside's Karratha gas plant Hydrogen

Western Australia ups the ante on hydrogen concepts

New projects under way in Australia are aiming to target the future market for hydrogen fuel.

12 October 2018
The Datang-Changchun coal power station Coal

China’s coal plant woes leave more room for gas

Chinese coal power producers are facing financial difficulties that mean the fuel could be phased out more quickly, according to research from Carbon Tracker.

11 October 2018

South Korea’s LNG imports rise by 13% in August

Disruption at South Korea's nuclear power plants has boosted the country's LNG demand this year.

11 October 2018
Electric vehicles charging in Paris Electric

EU parliament vote gives boost to electric vehicles

The European Parliament has voted for stricter limits on CO2 emissions from passenger cars and vans in a move that could speed up the electrification of Europe’s transport sector.

4 October 2018

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