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Indian Gas Exchange Receives PNGRB Permission To Commence Domestic Gas Trading

The Indian Gas Exchange (IGX), India’s first authorised Gas Exchange, has received approval from Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) to trade domestic gas on its platform. IGX will launch the domestic gas trading starting 16th May 2022. This approval is in line with MoPNG’s notification dated 19 August’21 where domestic gas producers were […]

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Japan’s Osaka Gas Enters 10GW Desert Bloom Hydrogen Project in Australia

Japan based Osaka Gas has entered into an agreement with technology provider Aqua Aerem to develop the 10-gigawatt (GW) Desert Bloom Hydrogen project in Northern Australia that attracts an investment of $10.75 billion. Aqua Aerem is the proponent of the Green Hydrogen project. The entry from Osaka gas is considered a surprising yet bold move […]

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Poor Policy Choices Bring Pakistan To The Brink In Gas Price Surge

For Pakistan, the inexorable rise in global LNG spot prices is turning into a never ending nightmare. Thanks to a high dependence on spot gas purchases, the South Asian country of almost 220 million people is headed for a cold winter with possibly some of the poorest preparations in a decade. Even as the government […]

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Russia To Go With Domestically Sourced HJT Modules for Largest Solar Project

Russia, a laggard among major economies when it comes to solar adoption, will be using HJT (Heterojunction) solar panels from domestic firm Hevel Solar for its largest solar plant. Hevel Group with its factory in Novocheboksarsk, Russia produces 340 MW of HJT solar modules per year, after a recent capacity expansion. The firm claims to […]

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Gas is Natural Partner of the World in Recovery: GECF

Natural gas embodies all the attributes required to achieve the multidimensional challenges of environmental protection, energy access, and affordability in a world stepping onto the road of recovery, the Gas Exporting Countries Forum Secretary General Yury Sentyurin said today at the 7th IEF-IGU Ministerial Gas Forum, hosted virtually by the Government of Malaysia. “As the […]

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Dropping Prices of Solar, Wind and Storage a Risk for Existing Coal, Gas: BNEF

According to a new analysis, solar PV and onshore wind are now the cheapest sources of new-build generation for at least two-thirds of the global population. The latest analysis by research company BloombergNEF (BNEF) shows that the global benchmark levelised cost of electricity, or LCOE, for onshore wind and utility-scale PV, has fallen 9 percent […]

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Suntech Showcases Signature Solar Modules at SPI 2017, Las Vegas

Suntech is showcasing STP335-24/Vxw Multi Bus Bar Poly Solar Module , STP300S-20/Weg Mono Double Sided Solar Module  and STP305S-20/Wfw-MX Smart DC Module at SPI 2017 Wuxi Suntech Power is showcasing its signature solar modules at the 2017 Solar Power International (SPI 2017) held in Las Vegas. Opened on September 10, SPI is North America’s premier business-to-business event which is for all professionals in the solar energy and […]

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Biden’s 30 GW Offshore Wind Plans Face Many Headwinds

Plans to lease much of the U.S. coastline — from the Gulf of Mexico to the Northeast, California and Oregon — for offshore wind farms by 2025 are likely to face a steady barrage of resistance from various constituents, as renewable energy faces the biggest problem fossil fuels largely bypass. The NIMBY syndrome, or (Not […]

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