Archive | July, 2008

SINGAPORE: ‘Bunkering: Principles, Management & Operations’ from September 2 to 3

(EnergyAsia, August 1, Friday) — August Energy Pte Ltd will be holding a workshop on ‘Bunkering: Principles, Management & Operations’ at the Bestway Building, off Shenton Way on September 2 and 3. Bunker fuel is probably the largest cost component for the shipping industry today. The cost of bunker fuel recently climbed to a record […]

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AUSTRALIA: AGL acquires Allco’s wind farm development portfolio

(EnergyAsia, August 1, Friday) — Australia’s AGL Energy Limited (AGL) said it has acquired the Australian wind farm interests of Allco Finance Group Limited (Allco) for A$12.5 million to help meet compulsory renewable energy targets. (US$1=A$1.03). The assets include seven development projects in the states of Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia. AGL managing […]

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SINGAPORE: ‘21st International Coal Supply Contracts and Transport Logistics’ from September 15 to 1

(EnergyAsia, August 1, Friday) — The ‘21st International Coal Supply Contracts and Transport Logistics’ will be held at the M Hotel in Singapore from September 15 to 19. The seminar is designed to provide delegates with an overview of the entire coal supply chain. Topics covered include coal supply and transport agreements negotiation, freight markets […]

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AUSTRALIA: Origin Energy and Geodynamics to expand geothermal jpint venture

(EnergyAsia, July 31, Thursday) — Australian companies Origin Energy and Geodynamics said they are advancing their geothermal energy joint venture in Cooper Basin South Australia state. Origin Energy said it will invest another A$9.6 million in the renewable energy project, bringing its total commitment to A$150 million. (US$1= A$1.03). The development of the Cooper Basin […]

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SAUDI ARABIA: Van Leeuwen wins US$38 million supply contract with Saudi Kayan Olefins Plant

(EnergyAsia, July 29, Tuesday) — Van Leeuwen Pipe and Tube (Singapore) Pte Ltd,  a subsidiary of the Netherlands-based Van Leeuwen Pipe and Tube Group BV, said it has been awarded an initial US$38 million contract to supply carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel and incoloy pipes, fittings and flanges for the Saudi Kayan Olefins Plant […]

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SINGAPORE: August Energy’s ‘Bunkering:Principles, Management & Operations’ to be held from September

(EnergyAsia, July 28, Monday)— August Energy Pte Ltd will be holding a workshop on ‘Bunkering: Principles, Management & Operations’ at the Bestway Building, off Shenton Way, in Singapore from September 2 to 3. Bunker fuel prices are probably the largest cost components for the shipping industry today. The cost of bunker fuel recently climbed to […]

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SINGAPORE: ‘Biodiesel Success & Alternative Feedstock’ workshop at Traders Hotel from August 25 to 2

(EnergyAsia, July 25, Friday) — The ‘Biodiesel Success & Alternative Feedstock’ workshop will be held at the Traders Hotel in Singapore from August 25 to 26. With rising fuel and food prices, biodiesel, especially those produced from non-food sources, represent a potential new market for sustainable energy and chemical development. Companies and governments will have […]

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SAUDI ARABIA: SABIC to market polyolefin products by Aramco’s Chinese joint venture

(EnergyAsia, July 23, Wednesday) — SABIC Shenzhen Trading Company Ltd, a SABIC subsidiary in China, said it has agreed to market Saudi Aramco Sino Company Ltd’s 25% share of polyolefin products produced by the Fujian Refining and Petrochemicals Company of China. Saudi Aramco Sino Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Saudi Aramco. Khalid G. […]

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