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The UK’s National Grid announced the start-up of commercial operations of its second capacity expansion at the company's Isle of Grain LNG import terminal in Kent, near London.
Just days after federal regulators approved a controversial plan to keep power prices from spiking, New York's independent electricity generators Monday called for more generation and transmission capacity, conservation, and new pricing schemes. They said the state could face power shortages ...
capital expenditure to finance new capacity to be installed in the next 5 years ..... expects an additional 3.6 Gw of new capacity to be added during that period ..... power market, with 1,645 Mw of new capacity forecast for the 5- year period
million b/d during 2007-12 9.1 million b/d of new capacity and 1.5 million b/d of capacity creep according to ..... during 2007-12, which includes 9.1 million b/d of new capacity and 1.5 million b/d of capacity creep. Fig. 2
80 Mw coal-fired power plant near Gillette, Wyoming. Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) said the plant will be the only new - capacity pulverized coal-fired power plant under contract in the US. Wygen will be the fourth coal-fired plant at Black
By the OGJ Online Staff HOUSTON, July 13 -- Nearly $56 billion in new capacity is needed in the next 10 years to maintain US transmission adequacy at its current level, but only about $35 billion is planned
grid in the US could be headed for a disaster. One analyst is estimating the US needs to add about 146,000 Mw of new capacity to restore capacity margins to 15%. �Online populations are expected to nearly double in the next few years for both
Jan. 22 -- The state-funded California Power Authority said it will meet California's need for 8,000 Mw of new capacity by 2006 with energy efficiency programs and renewable energy projects. In a report to Gov. Gray Davis, the newly
power industry. If the reform is successful, it will attract $25 billion in investments to develop 13,000 MW of new capacity needed in the next 7-10 years to meet power demand that is growing 6%/year. On Feb. 2, President Ernesto Zedillo
actually made smaller, less efficient refineries more profitable, and construction of these plants boomed. "Most of the new capacity was in the form of unsophisticated hydroskimming plants with less than 30,000 b/d of crude distillation capacity