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Australia-listed LNG Ltd has struck a deal to supply gas to a province in Vietnam from its Magnolia export terminal in Louisiana, on the US Gulf Coast.
TEPCO customers in Japan’s Chiba Prefecture could face two weeks of power cuts after Typhoon Faxai caused unprecedented damage to the region.
India’s Tata Power has divested its 50% stake in its South African wind IPP Cennergi for $106mn as it sells off non-core assets in a bid to pay down debt.
Total and its Chinese partner Envision Group are looking to tap into China’s huge solar potential by offering off-grid energy solutions that use Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
Any effects from the drone strikes on the Abqaiq petroleum processing plant and the Khurais oilfield in Saudi Arabia are unlikely to be felt quickly downstream in the power sector in Asia.
Karpowership’s 235-MW floating power plant Ayşegül Sultan will be able to meet 15% of Senegal’s needs when it comes online in October.
The falling cost of battery storage is making African commercial and industrial off-gird projects more attractive for investors
Japan’s Cosmo Eco Power has unveiled ambitious preliminary plans to build the country’s largest wind farm off the island of Hokkaido.
Ørsted has begun commissioning the second phase of Taiwan’s Formosa 1 offshore wind farm
International observers are closely watching the boom in hydro projects on the Mekong River, where China’s Belt and Road ambitions and the region’s power politics collide
Vietnam is forecast to have 2,000 MW of rooftop solar capacity by the end of 2020
Bangladesh is to buy 718 MW over 22 years from 2022 from a privately owned gas-fired power plant to be built by India's Reliance Power and Japan’s JERA.
Mitsubishi’s investment in BBOXX paves the way for Japan’s deeper engagement with Africa’s power development and the global energy transition
India’s Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) has unveiled plans to build an offshore LNG import terminal at Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.
Russia’s Akademik Lomonosov, the country’s pioneering floating nuclear power plant, set sail from Murmansk on August 23 bound for Pevek, Chukotka, via the Northern Sea Route.
Thailand aims to become Southeast Asia’s electricity trading hub as the government pushes forward ambitious plans to make the country’s fossil fuel-reliant power systems cleaner and cheaper.
India has touted natural gas and renewable energy as the answer to mounting urban air pollution, but structural inefficiencies within the power sector should help coal keep its pole position.
Softbank’s $100bn Vision Fund has made its first investment in energy storage technology by backing Swiss-based energy storage start-up Energy Vault with $110mn.
India and China are leading a call by the world’s largest emerging economies for established industrialised countries to carry the costs of fighting climate change
China is to begin a series of safety inspections at its coal mines during September after a number of fatal accidents in recent months
Dutch offshore contractor Heerema is to install turbine foundations at Ørsted’s 900MW Greater Changhua 1 and 2a projects off Taiwan.
GE’s pioneering 5.3MW Cypress onshore wind turbines are to be used at Partners Group’s 244 MW Bango Wind Farm in Australia