INDONESIA: SBS International and Black & Veatch to develop commercial tidal currents projects

(EnergyAsia, April 29 2016, Friday) — US infrastructure builder Black & Veatch said it and UK’s SBS International Ltd have agreed to jointly develop commercial-scale tidal current projects to produce energy for remote communities in Indonesia. The companies recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to follow through on feasibility studies supporting the development of...

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SINGAPORE: Construction begins on giant container port terminal

(EnergyAsia, April 29 2016, Friday) — Singapore has begun construction of a giant terminal at the western end of the island to replace existing container port facilities and consolidate operations for the long term. The first phase of the Tuas Terminal project will have 20 deepwater berths with an initial capacity to handle an annual...

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CHINA: Russian nuclear energy firm Rosatom opens regional office in Beijing

(EnergyAsia, April 19 2016, Tuesday) — Russian nuclear energy provider Rosatom has announced the opening of a regional office in Beijing to serve the Chinese market. Rosatom said the new office will enhance its collaboration with Chinese firms as well as develop opportunities for international expansion. The company has similar regional representative offices in Latin (more…)

ASIA: Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India sign investment agreement to build gas pipeline

(EnergyAsia, April 19 2016, Tuesday) — Officials of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have signed an investment agreement for the construction of a proposed US$10-billlion pipeline to deliver natural gas from Central to South Asia. The agreement will pave the way for the TAPI Pipeline Company Limited (TPCL), owned (more…)

SOUTH KOREA: GE and LSIS to collaborate in developing and implementing smart energy solutions

(EnergyAsia, April 18 2016, Monday— US industrial giant GE and South Korea’s LSIS said they have agreed to undertake “comprehensive cooperation” in developing and implementing smart energy solutions. The companies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate extensively on manufacturing innovation, as well as on smart grid solutions such as energy storage systems (more…)

SINGAPORE: REC to invest S$250 million to boost solar modules efficiency, develop new type of panel

(EnergyAsia, April 4 2016, Monday) — REC, a global provider of solar energy solutions, has announced it will invest a total of S$250 million in automation, technology upgrade and research and development (R&D) efforts to bolster its operations in Singapore. (US$1=S$1.37). Eighty percent of that investment will go towards increasing productivity and efficiency at the (more…)