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  • Imports of LNG into the US in 195 were the lowest since 1988. Total 1995 LNG imported from Algeria fell by 64.7% as a result of extensive renovations to the country's LNG export plants. Consideration is given to US LNG receiving terminals, base-load producers, LNG pricing, and exports. Both tabulate...

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  • Projections of growing US natural gas demand and concerns about the ability of North American producers to meet that demand raise doubts about industry's ability to fill gas storage this summer while at the same time meeting the needs of electric generators, industrial users, and other requirements....

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  • Indonesia is to use World Bank loan and grant facilities totalling $70mn to restart its geothermal power programme as a base load generation substitute for coal-fired electricity in areas of Java and Sumatra, reports David Hayes. The government is placing greater emphasis on the development of renew...

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  • GNL Escobar, Argentinas second LNG import terminal, opened for business in June, reports Hazardous Cargo Bulletin. The facility, a joint venture between YPF, Enarsa and Excelerate Energy, is located on the Paraná River some 45 km outside Buenos Aires and uses Excelerates GasPort design. The termin...

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  • Centrica is understood to have extended its agreement with Drax Group, under which Drax will now provide an additional 300 MW of baseload power to the British Gas parent company. The new agreement will run for a five-year period from October 2010 and is in addition to the existing 600-MW supply cont...

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  • Mustus Energy and Lockheed Martin are to build a new 41.5-MW biomass-fuelled power generation plant in La Crete, Alberta, Canada. The facility is expected to begin commercial operations by autumn 2013, providing base-load electrical power to the Alberta grid. As feedstock, Mustus Energy plans to use...

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  • The European Energy Exchange (EXX) is launching a simulation in preparation for the derivatives market, with 15 market participants. Trading in electricity futures products will be carried out on the system of the Eurex derivatives exchange. EEX will begin with two cash-settled futures contracts on ...

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  • Having refused to countenace any involvement with the Shell development of the TransCaspian pipeline for some considerable time, Turkmen President Niyazov has changed his mind and now wants the project to go ahead, according to the United Financial Groups Russia Morning Comment. His concerns now c...

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  • Centrica has commenced an energy tolling agreement with the owners of a new gas-fired power station at Spalding, Lincolnshire, which will deliver an additional 860 MW of electricity to supply British Gas customers. The Spalding unit, together with Centricas own power station portfolio, is capable o...

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