Archive | April, 2009

VIETNAM: Cavico signs new $3 million contract for hydropower plant

(EnergyAsia, April 30, Thursday) — Cavico Corp, a leading infrastructure development company in Vietnam, said it has signed an additional contract valued at $3 million with the Projectx Management of Industrial and Urban Development Corporation (IDICO) for the Dak Mi 4 hydropower plant. Cavico said it will be responsible for construction of a surge tank, […]

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CHINA: Plans to build huge LNG carriers

(EnergyAsia, April 30, Thursday) — Shipbuilders and engineers in China are planning to build huge tankers to transport liquefied natural gas (LNG). The tankers being designed by the Marine Design and Research Institute of China would have a minimum capacity of 200,000 cubic metres. Most LNG vessels today have a capacity of about 145,000 cubic […]

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INDIA: IOC to defer Panipat refinery expansion plan

(EnergyAsia, April 30, Thursday) — Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the country’s largest oil refiner, said it will delay the proposed expansion of its refinery in Panipat by four months to April 2010. The 12-million-tonne-per-year plant in Haryana state was to have been largely shut down later this year to facilitate work on expanding it to […]

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SINGAPORE: Ecospec builds showcase plant for removing carbon dioxide emissions from fuel

(EnergyAsia, April 30, Thursday) — Ecospec Global Technology Pte Ltd, a Singapore research and technology company specialising in advanced water and oil treatment technologies, said it has built a demonstration plant to show how its CSNOx technology removes greenhouse gases from shipping fuel. Located at a local shipyard in Pandan Crescent in Singapore, the plant […]

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SINGAPORE: Oxford Princeton’s ‘Fundamentals of Technical Analysis’ on June 17 and 18

(EnergyAsia, April 30, Thursday) — The Oxford Princeton Programme’s ‘Fundamentals of Technical Analysis’ workshop will be held in Singapore on June 17 and 18. The workshop aims to provide an understanding of technical analysis and how to use it. A trading simulation will allow delegates to make trading decisions based on the indicators. ‘Fundamentals of […]

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ASIA: AEG Power Solutions boosts regional operations

(EnergyAsia, April 30, Thursday) — AEG Power Solutions, a global leader in end-to-end power supply systems and solutions, said it is building up its Asia-Pacific operations following the global company name change from Saft Power Systems last November. AEG Power Solutions has consolidated its former Saft Power Systems and AEG Power Supply Systems activities under […]

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