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Below you will find the latest three news articles for the follwing categories LNG, Natural Gas, Power and Renewables which have been featured on our Home Page. You may view the rest of the archive which is provided free of charge for your convienience.

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LNG

 

SLNG terminal has enough capacity to replace piped gas if necessary: CEO

Singapore's liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal has completed a recent expansion and now has enough capacity to meet the city-state's total gas demand, even if it were to stop importing natural gas through pipes.

2          22-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

 

South Korea Plans to Boost LNG Imports From Russia - Russian Far East Ministry

South Korea plans to increase the supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia, the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East said, citing head of South Korea's Northern Economic Cooperation Committee Song Young-gil.

8          19-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

 

Huge opportunity to export LNG to India, China: IEA chief

There is a huge opportunity for the US to export LNG to India and China in the next five years as they push to replace coal, the head of the International Energy Agency has said as he highlighted the growing importance of the two nations in the energy market.

9          17-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

Natural Gas

 

Landmark investment to transform Mozambique into natural gas supplier

Mozambique's Coral Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) development has received an approximately $8 billion investment, marking the first step for Mozambique to become a regional and global offshore natural gas producer and supplier.

1          22-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

 

SLNG terminal has enough capacity to replace piped gas if necessary: CEO

Singapore's liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal has completed a recent expansion and now has enough capacity to meet the city-state's total gas demand, even if it were to stop importing natural gas through pipes.

2          22-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

 

Natural gas has role in UK energy mix

40% of UK primary energy was derived from natural gas in 2016, a 50% increase from 1990, writes Ken Cronin

8          17-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

Power

 

WAVE ENERGY CONVERTER DEPLOYED AT EMEC FOR TESTING

A half-scale C3 wave energy converter has been installed at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney Scotland to help demonstrate its commercial viability.

8          19-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

 

New nuclear plant at Sizewell '20% cheaper than Hinkley'

EDF Energy has said it could build a new nuclear power station in Suffolk for significantly less than the near £20bn Hinkley Point C site.

11          18-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

 

Can Molten Salt Make 24-Hour Solar Energy Possible?

Clean energy companies like SolarReserve want to prove molten salt can aid solar power electricity any time of day. The potential is there, but the price of generating power and the importance of energy storage must be addressed.

11          17-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

Renewables

 

Solar glass breakthrough: Skanska sets out plans to 'revolutionise' green buildings

Swedish construction giant Skanska is to start covering office buildings in Poland with semi-transparent solar cells, in a world-first move it claims has the potential to "revolutionise" the construction industry and accelerate the delivery of energy-neutral buildings.

7          19-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

 

WAVE ENERGY CONVERTER DEPLOYED AT EMEC FOR TESTING

A half-scale C3 wave energy converter has been installed at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney Scotland to help demonstrate its commercial viability.

8          19-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...

 

Can Molten Salt Make 24-Hour Solar Energy Possible?

Clean energy companies like SolarReserve want to prove molten salt can aid solar power electricity any time of day. The potential is there, but the price of generating power and the importance of energy storage must be addressed.

11          17-Jan-2018          Read the rest of this article...