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In a mammoth effort to reduce air pollution, the Chinese government has imposed stringent regulation to curb carbon intensity and aims to reduce its share of coal power from 68.2% to under 55% by 2025 by increasing the contribution from…
The United States are forecast to achieve energy independence by 2025, with Wood Mackenzie's Global Trends Service pointing out that over the last seven years, the U.S. producers added 3 million barrels per day of tight oil and 27.5 billion…
Though the cause of the major blaze at RWE npower's Didcot B gas-fired power plant in Oxfordshire is still unclear, the head of the fire rescue team has ruled out arson or terrorism and indicated that investigations focus one of…
Investments in electricity distribution systems in the U.S. have seen a marked increase over that past two decades, according to data released by the Energy Information Administration (EIA). Figures show that investment peaked at $20 billion in 2013.
Pakistan’s prime minister Nawaz Sharif  has urged power producers to add a further 2,400 MW of capacity to the country's power grid by February next year in an effort to prevent blackouts.
Government heads of EU member states have entered an accord committing to reduce carbon emissions by at least 40% by 2030 compared with 1990 levels, the European Commission said on Friday. The move could herald a shift from coal to…
Though the European Commission's winter 'stress test', that measures member states' preparedness for a possible disruption in gas supplies form the East, places greater emphasis on heat, COGEN Europe underlines that improving energy security requires a swift implementation of the…
Finnish engine maker Wartsila has seen lower nine-month earnings drop despite a stable revenue. Net profit was €231 million ($292m) as of 30 September, down from €246 millon year-on-year, Wartsila said pointing to "higher financial costs" - revenue meanwhile remained…
As details for China's Air Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan (APPCAP) have evolved through 2014, energy suppliers warn that the continual re-thinking of targets is creating uncertainty for China's resources demand. Wood Mackenzie analysis shows coal will still make…
As Japan continues to rely on LNG for the bulk of its power generation due to delays in nuclear restarts, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry forecasts gas importers will rely less on Middle Eastern supplies but source up…
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