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ASIA-PACIFIC

GE Energy has said that the proposed Wandoan project in Queensland, Australia could produce 400 MW of power pre-carbon capture and would be capable of capturing 90 per cent of the CO2 in the fuel stream for future storage.

COMPANIES

Fluor Ltd and Airtricity have formed a consortium called Seagreeen Wind Energy Ltd, which has bid for exclusive rights to develop wind farms under the third round of the UK Crown Estate’s auction of offshore wind farm licenses.

All quiet on the western front?

The impact of the global economic shakedown is creating new conditions for EPC contractors and could hasten the emergence of China as a major force.

ASIA-PACIFIC

Some of the world’s biggest energy companies, including Westinghouse, have secured a slice of India’s $60bn nuclear programme.

A final word

The mood at this year’s POWER-GEN Asia conference in Hong Kong was just a touch subdued.

Asia takes foot off the gas

Asian countries have been expanding their use of natural gas and LNG in power generation, but industry experts are now predicting that coal is set to remain the region’s dominant fuel.

Asia-pacific

Masinloc plant is back on the block The Philippines Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (PSALM) has...

Great expectations

Strong economic growth has led to extraordinary energy demand in the Asia-Pacific region.

Asia-Pacific

Cabinet clears radical policy The government of India’s state of Maharashtra has granted IPPs a host of concessions...

Mapping out a future

In 1995, the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) selected independent power producer (IPP) BLCP Power Limited to construct a 1400 MW coal fired power plant at Map Ta Phut in Rayong Province, Thailand.

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