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Equinor seals 3-GW offshore deal with South Korea’s EWP
Norway's Equinor has signed an agreement with Korean East-West Power (EWP) to co-operate on offshore wind projects in South Korea.
IEA stresses efficiency improvement needed to reach net zero
Rapid improvements in energy efficiency technology are needed to keep global climate pledges within reach, the International Energy Agency said in a recent report.
KEPCO, six subsidiaries announce complete exit from coal by 2050
State-owned Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO) and its six power generation subsidiaries said this week they would pursue a gradual but complete exit from coal by 2050.
Vietnam to give priority to renewables
Vietnam expects solar power to account for 5.9% of power output by 2030 and 8.4% by 2045.
India’s coal consumption set to endure
India’s dramatic intervention at COP26 to change “phase out” to “phase down” for coal cannot hide the country’ continued reliance on coal, with peak coal use in power generation not set to arrive until 2040.
Japan’s Mitsubishi interested in building gas-fuelled power plant at North Macedonia’s REK Bitola
AsiaElec: Southeast Asia & Pacific to benefit from COP26
AsianOil: Petronas signs raft of CCUS agreements
Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas has signed a number of agreements this month with international partners that focus on developing carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology.
Coal emerges down, but not out, from Glasgow
The COP26 conference finished 26 hours late on November 13, with a last-minute intervention by India watering down the final agreement’s commitment on coal.
IGU calls for more support for renewable gases
Chevron to use carbon credits to make up for Gorgon CCS shortfall
Chevron and its partners in the giant Gorgon LNG project in Australia will buy carbon credits likely worth more than $183mn to compensate for failing to meet carbon capture targets.
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