Archive | April, 2008

CHINA: Hong Kong’s ‘Eco Expo Asia’ from October 28 to 31 to feature four new highlights

(EnergyAsia, April 29, Tuesday) — ‘Eco Expo Asia’ will be held at the AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong from October 28 to 31 and will feature four new topics:  Air Quality, Eco-friendly Products, Energy Efficiency and Waste and Recycling. The US Commercial Service published a report in 2007 called ‘Hong Kong (Pearl River Delta): Pollution Prevention […]

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SINGAPORE: ‘Aviation Outlook and Jetfuels 2008’ at Hotel Intercontinental from June 25 to 26

(EnergyAsia, April 29, Tuesday) — ‘Aviation Outlook and Jetfuels 2008’ will be held at the Hotel Intercontinental in Singapore from June 25 to 26. With aviation fuel becoming a bigger cost component for airlines, the industry needs to urgently address this growing threat to their survival. The conference will address the key initiatives in driving […]

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SINGAPORE: ‘Investing in Infrastructure Assets Asia 2008’ at Grand Hyatt from June 9 to 13

(EnergyAsia, April 29, Tuesday) — ‘Investing in Infrastructure Assets Asia 2008’will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Singapore from June 9 to 13. The event will bring together global investors from five continents to meet infrastructure owners and regulators from over 10 countries to discuss the regulatory investment climate in Asia, how to […]

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SINGAPORE: Stolt-Nielsen awarded ‘opportunity’ to build chemical storage terminal on Jurong Island

(EnergyAsia, April 29, Tuesday) — Norway’s Stolt-Nielsen SA said its Stolt Tankers & Terminals (ST&T) division has been awarded the opportunity to construct a chemical storage terminal on 15 hectares of vacant land on Singapore’s oil and petrochemicals hub on Jurong Island. The Oslo-listed company said it has received a formal notice of the award […]

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SINGAPORE: ‘Asia Gas 2008 Conference’ at Grand Copthorne Waterfront from May 28 to 30

(EnergyAsia, April 28, Monday) — ‘Asia Gas 2008 Conference’ will be held at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Singapore form May 29 to 30. The conference will feature case studies on Indonesia’s gas industry and its stake in the domestic power market with demand trends and opportunities in the country’s gas to power market, […]

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INDONESIA: ‘Infrastructure Security in Oil and Gas 2008’ to be held in Jakarta from May 27 to 28.

(EnergyAsia, April 28, Monday) — The security and availability of oil is critical as it directly affects the world’s economic, political and social stability. ‘Infrastructure Security in Oil and Gas 2008’ which will be held at the Le Meridien Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia from May 27 to 28 will address current issues faced by the […]

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BOOK: Energy and global warming politics addressed in ‘The World Energy Book 2007’

(EnergyAsia, April 24, Thursday) — ‘Energy & Climate Change Issues: The World Energy Book’ is a geopolitical and technical guide to the challenges and commercial opportunities of global warming. Featuring contributions from industry players, the book examines plausible solutions to the current issues faced by the industry. The book consists of 30 articles which include […]

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SINGAPORE: Speech by EMA’s chief executive on BG Group’s appointment as aggregator of LNG demand

(EnergyAsia, April 24, Thursday) — This is an edited version of Energy Market Authority chief Khoo Chin Hean’s speech given at last Friday’s announcement that UK’s BG Group has been appointed Singapore’s sole importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and aggregator of demand. BG Group’s role is to aggregate demand for regasified LNG from all […]

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BAHRAIN: Foster Wheeler awarded pre-feed to revamp and expand LPG facilities

(EnergyAsia, April 23, Wednesday) — Engineering giant Foster Wheeler Ltd said its UK-headquartered subsidiary, Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, has been awarded a contract by the Bahrain National Gas Company (BSC) (BANAGAS) to carry out the pre-front-end engineering design (pre-FEED) for the revamp and expansion of its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) facilities in Bahrain. The expansion […]

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