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Energy Deregulation Trends

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The Global Solar PV Industry

Historical, Present, and Future Solar PV and Solar Thermal Generation Statistics to 2030
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Run-of-the-River versus Hydropower Dams

Many of us are familiar with the towering earth and concrete structures holding back large reservoirs of water, and this is the association that we have with hydroelectric power. Large dams with heavy water flows driving the turbines.
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Historical Data Series: Indian Water resources

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India has 20 river basins, both major and minor. The largest of these, in terms of area, is that of India's largest and longest river, the Ganges (known in India as the Ganga) and its major tributary the Yamuna. The Ganges flows southeast along the foothills of the Himalaya mountain range until it enters…
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A look back to 2010 Government Support for Wind Energy in the UK

A look back to 2010 Government Support for Wind Energy in the UK | Energy Market Research | Scoop.it
The government wants their extensive plans paid for by private investment (currently estimated at GBP 100 billion +), incentivised by an extension of the Renewables Obligation subsidy mechanism until 2037. Under the Utilities Act 2000 the government has the power to issue a Renewable Obligation Order requiring electricity suppliers to supply a certain proportion of…
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Coal industry restructuring in Russia

Coal industry restructuring in Russia | Energy Market Research | Scoop.it

The coal industry has undergone a major restructuring since 1993, in two phases. The first saw large-scale closure of uneconomic mines, resulting in an increase in the sector’s competitiveness and labour productivity. 

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Issues for wind power

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Debate regarding wind power has centred on a number of issues. The body of evidence is accumulating, revealing problems and solutions are being proposed, but some of these issues still require much further study and analysis. It should be emphasised that it is not within the scope of this report to present a full summary…
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Petronas

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Petronas is Malaysia’s state-owned oil and gas company with natural gas projects in Malaysia and internationally. The company is expanding its business both through the entire supply chain and internationally. In August 2011, Petronas acquired a stake in GMR Energy Singapore (GMIRE), which developed an 800 MW combined cycle gas turbines (CCGT) power plant in…
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Geographical Distribution of Coal Reserves and Mines in China

Geographical Distribution of Coal Reserves and Mines in China | Energy Market Research | Scoop.it
Geographically, the coal resources are concentrated on North China, with all of 69% being located in the provinces of Shaanxi, Shanxi and Inner Mongolia. About half of the run-of-mine coal was mined in these provinces. Only 7% was extracted in opencast pits and 93% in underground mines, where long walling dominates 93% of operations. Las…
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Malicious intent possibilities with smart grid systems

Malicious intent possibilities with smart grid systems | Energy Market Research | Scoop.it
On a small scale neighbour could turn off another neighbour’s power supply. Moving up rogue groups could cause widespread power outages or co-ordinate power outages to attack sensitive facilities. At the largest scale governments could remotely shut down smart meters to meet energy saving targets or to control national dissent. It has been reported that…
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Nuclear Power in Australia

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Australia has large energy resources with significant petroleum, natural gas and coal reserves. Energy consumption is dominated by coal, which fuels most of the country’s power generation. Petroleum accounts for a large share of energy consumption, but due to declining output, the country is facing a growing dependence on petroleum imports. Over the past two…
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Oil Shale & Shale Oil

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It is worth noting that ‘oil shale’ is neither ‘oil’ nor ‘shale’ and should in act be called ‘kerogen saturated marl’. Most oil shale is a fine-grain sedimentary rock containing significant amounts of an organic bituminous material known as kerogen and can be a precursor to conventional oil. Oil shale composition varies from location to…
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Gas Deregulation Report

NRG Expert has produced a report which analyses the impact of deregulation on the natural gas industry . Carbon reduction commitments and low gas prices have made natural gas increasingly attractive for power generation and transportation
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Classifying water pollution

Municipal water pollution consists of waste water from homes and commercial establishments. For many years, the main goal of treating municipal wastewater was simply to reduce its content of suspended solids, oxygen-demanding materials, dissolved inorganic compounds and harmful bacteria.
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Historical Data Series: Nepal Hydropower

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Nepal has 618 MW of hydro capacity out of a total of 711 MW of installed power capacity. Hydropower projects provide approximatel
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Historical Data Series: Bhutan Hydropower

Bhutan is almost entirely dependent on hydro power for its electricity. The total installed hydro capacity is 1,465 MW out of 1,490 MW.
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Historical government support for wind energy in Portugal – 2010

The following is a look back at the market for wind energy in 2010 and describes the outlooks and targets set at the time.
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Historical Overview of Indonesian Coal Producers

In the development of Indonesian coal mining, the contractors pursue two different concepts. The one option as in the case of Kaltim Prima, involves all investment being borne by the mining firm using conventional methods with production conducted under its own management.
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Historical experiences with wind energy – Spain

Hurdles remain in the effort to make wind power even more successful in four main areas: variability, grid issues, centralised control centre, and meteorological prediction. Critics of wind power in Spain have pointed to the inherent variability of the energy source as one of the main stumbling blocks to integrating it into the existing system.
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The Global Natural Gas Industry

Natural Gas consumption is on the rise in the power generation sector, and NRG Expert’s new Global Natural Gas Industry Intelligence product will give you the data and insights that are necessary to understand this growing market.The Global Natural Gas Industry
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Chemicals from Coal

Coal gasification technologies are likely to become the norm, with a strong focus on the production of chemicals from coal. Already there is considerable coal to methanol and ammonia production in the county. There is a strong market for olefins, a long-chain polymer synthetic fiber, from coal and methane due to a shortage of olefin imports. The generation of multiple products is likels to bcome the norm.
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Canadian Oil Sands

The first commercial oil sands project commissioned in Canada was Suncor’s Millennium mine in 1967. Since then one mine extension and two ‘debottlenecking’ projects have been commissioned to improve efficiency of existing operations, resulting in Suncor having an operating capacity of 321,000 barrels per day.
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Nuclear Energy in Iran

A historical look at the nuclear industry in Iran is presented below. The article, originally published in 2009/2010 gives an insight in to the situation of the industry as it was then.
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Oil Price Predictions

The EIA expects oil prices to reach well over USD 100 per barrel by 2035, USD 125 per barrel for a reference scenario – non-OECD liquids consumption is around 25 million barrels per day higher in 2035 than in 2009 and OECD consumption grows by less than 3 million barrels per day.
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