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Indian TPPs seek easier access to ONGC’s gas

6 May 2021

An industry body representing India’s power generators is lobbying the government to make it easier for certain natural gas-fired thermal power plants (TPPs) to bid for supplies of the fuel from a new deepwater field.

Indonesia plans geothermal IPO

5 May 2021

Indonesia is planning to merge three state-owned geothermal companies into a single holding as part of wider plans for an IPO in the fourth quarter of 2021.

China adds over 10 GW of solar and wind in Q1

5 May 2021

China added 5,260 MW of wind capacity in the first three months of the year, alongside 5,560 MW of solar, according to official figures.

Rush for renewables sees demand for critical minerals soar

5 May 2021

Unmet demand for copper, lithium, nickel and cobalt could create potential energy security hazards, warns the IEA.

Indonesian government divided over delayed gas pipeline

29 April 2021

The energy ministry and downstream regulator are split over how the Cirebon-Semarang (Cisem) pipeline project should be executed, with each side becoming increasingly invested in its vision.

Philippines approves LNG-to-power project

29 April 2021

The government of the Philippines has approved Vires Energy’s proposed LNG-to-power project.

South Korean experts support release of Fukushima water

28 April 2021

A group of South Korean nuclear experts have dismissed worries about the planned release of treated radioactive water from Japan's Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant (NPP) into the Pacific Ocean.

China's renewable gencos take on more debt

28 April 2021

China’s state-owned renewable power generators (renewable gencos) are set to take on more debt in a bid to drive forward the government’s renewable development.

China defends role of coal

28 April 2021

A Chinese climate change official has defended the country’s coal consumption in the power sector, saying that it was a major source of employment and a predictable and reliable source of energy.

Indonesia’s Geo Dipa Energi to develop 400 MW of geothermal

28 April 2021

Indonesia’s PT Geo Dipa Energi (GDE) aims to develop 400 MW of geothermal capacity in the Dieng area by 2023.

Patent data highlights need to increase the sluggish pace of green innovation

28 April 2021

The number of new patents needs to continue increasing every year if new technology is to drive the world’s movement towards net zero

GLNG: Philippines approves LNG-to-power project

27 April 2021

The government of the Philippines has approved Vires Energy’s proposed LNG-to-power project.

Australia unveils hydrogen, CCS funding

22 April 2021

The Australian government has announced nearly AUD540mn ($416.5mn) in new funding for hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects over the next decade.

Petrovietnam to build LNG-fired power plant

22 April 2021

State-owned Petrovietnam reportedly intends to build a $1.5bn liquefied natural gas (LNG) fired thermal power plant in the country’s southern province of Ca Mau.

Total Eren joins Province Resources’ 8-GW HyEnergy project in Australia

21 April 2021

Total Eren and Australian miner Province Resources are to work together to develop up to 8 GW of green hydrogen production facility in the Gascoyne region, Western Australia.

South Korea should quicken green roll-out to meet net zero by 2050

21 April 2021

South Korea’s journey to achieving net zero by 2050 is dependent on phasing out coal as a generating fuel by 2028.

Emissions set to bounce back with a vengeance in 2021

21 April 2021

Global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions are forecast to increase by 4.8% to 33bn tonnes in 2021, the largest rise since 2010, with the global economy’s post-COVID-19 recovery expected to be particularly carbon intensive.

Indonesia could reach net zero by 2045

21 April 2021

Indonesia could reach net zero by 2045, as the government tries to establish the state as a middle-income country by the centenary of its independence.

Push to clean up LNG continues

16 April 2021

More developments related to the decarbonisation of LNG have been reported in recent days.

CNOOC, China Gas join hands in hydrogen sector

15 April 2021

China’s ongoing efforts to develop its hydrogen sector continued this week with the news that state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) had teamed up with China Gas Holdings to co-operate in the space.

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