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Kyrgyzstan addresses power shortage by telling citizens to burn more coal and offering discounted supplies
Queensland’s energy industry has hailed the state government’s 30-year road-map for its resources sector, noting that the draft plan cements natural gas’ role as the backbone of the local economy.
Pakistan says work on TAPI pipeline and CASA-1000 power export projects suspended due to Afghanistan situation
Thermal coal demand is expected to rise until the mid-2020s, despite the COP26 agreement, Wood McKenzie said in the aftermath of the UN climate summit in Glasgow.
Listed companies accounting for 75% of total global corporate revenues now have net-zero targets of some kind, with the share growing four-fold over the past year, according to new research from Net-Zero Tracker.
Electricity demand in Southeast Asia is likely to increase in 2021, following slow growth or contraction in 2020, thanks to state support that has mitigated the impact of pandemic on power consumption, Fitch Ratings says in a new report.