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Two-day POGEE conference 2013 begins in at Expo Centre Lahore Pakistan Energy event

introduction of latest technological techniques and equipment was of major focus in the display of the 11th international exhibition for the energy industry – POGEE 2013, which was inaugurated on Thursday at Expo Centre, Lahore. New and innovative equipment like solar panels, solar pumps,… China, France, Italy, Japan, Pakistan energy events exhibition, POGEE 2013, POGEE conference, POGEE exhibition, Russia, Switzerland

International Exhibition for Energy Industry-POGEE 2013 from 30th at Expo Centre, Lahore.

11th International Exhibition for the Energy Industry-POGEE 2013 is scheduled from May 30 to June 01, 2013, at Expo Centre, Lahore. The exhibition is geared up for an extensive display of technological advancement and innovative services and is attracting a good number of visitors from cities… China, Expo Centre Lahore, Faisalabad, Germany, Gujranwala, India, International Exhibition for Energy Industry-POGEE 2013, Iran, Italy, JAPAN, KARACHI, Lahore, Multan, Muzzafargarh, PAKISTAN, Rawalpindi, Shaikhupura, Sialkot, technological advancement, UAE, UK, USA

Enron No Lesson for Traders as Price Manipulation Probed European Union regulators may discover energy traders never learned the lessons of the scandal.

Enron Corp.’s 2001 collapse revealed the extent of its manipulation of spot gas prices. Twelve years later, European Union regulators may discover energy traders never learned the lessons of the scandal.
BP Plc (BP/), Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) and Platts were visited by EU… Commodities, discover energy, Eastern Europe, Energy, Energy Industry, energy markets, Enron No Lesson, Environment Law Canada, Europe, European Union regulators, Financial Advisers, France, Germany, India & Pakistan, Italy, JAPAN, Latin America, lessons of the scandal, Manipulation Probed, Sustainability, traders never learned, Traders Price, U.K. & Ireland, U.S.

Solar PV Inverter Giant SMA Cutting Workforce Amid Sales Slide face of the global PV market’s first decline

New Hampshire, USA – Global inverter leader SMA AG cast a downward glance in its fiscal 1Q13 results today, and is preparing for what could be major layoffs in the face of the global PV market’s first decline in many years.

SMA sold €212 million of inverters in 1Q13 representing… ace of the global PV market’s first, Amid Sales, australia, Giant SMA Cutting Workforce, JAPAN, Solar PV Inverter, Thailand, U.S.

Turkey, Japan sign $22 billion nuclear power plant deal Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe signed the deal in Ankara.

Japan”s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd and Itochu Corporation, with France”s GDF Suez, will build Turkey”s second nuclear power plant at an estimated cost of $22 billion under an agreement signed on Friday. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his Japanese counterpart… deal in Ankara, JAPAN, Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, NEXI), Nippon Export and Investment Insurance, nuclear power plant deal, Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey, Turkish Prime Minister

Japan liquefied natural gas (LNG) , thermal coal imports hit record in 2012/13

Japan imported record amounts of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and thermal coal in the fiscal year that ended in March, trade data showed on Thursday, while early signs of improving business confidence suggest the trend could continue. Japanese exports picked up in March from a year earlier for… burn natural gas, business confidence, JAPAN, Japan imports exports, Japanese exports, liquefied natural gas (LNG), thermal coal imports

Chinese crude oil imports from Iran fall 22 percent taking first-quarter imports to about 410,000 barrels per day,

Chinese crude oil imports from Iran fell 22 percent in March from February on a daily basis, taking first-quarter imports to about 410,000 barrels per day, or 7 percent below the average rate in 2012, customs data showed. China – along with the other main buyers of Iranian crude such as… Chinese crude oil, India, Iranian crude, JAPAN, oil imports from Iran, South Korea

Renewable Energy Capacity in Asia to Reach 535.2 GW by 2020 decade according to the latest research from GlobalData

The total amount of renewable energy capacity installed in the Asia-Pacific region excluding hydropower is set to hit 535.2 gigawatts by the end of the decade according to the latest research from GlobalData.
According to GlobalData’s Renewable Energy Market in Asia-Pacific to 2020 report,… australia, energy sources, excluding hydropower, GlobalData, India, Indonesia, JAPAN, Philippines, renewable energy, Renewable Energy Market, Thailand


April 19 (Bloomberg) — Toshiba Corp., the maker of flash- memory chips and atomic reactors, will work with a unit of MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. to build solar plants in Japan.
Toshiba and MEMC’s SunEdison LLC agreed in December to jointly develop power plants, Atsushi Ido, a spokesman… Chisaki Watanabe, clean energy, develop power plants, JAPAN, LLC agreed, solar projects, SOLAR-POWER STATIONS, SunEdison

Kenyan Ambassador to Deliver Additional Keynote Address at U.S. and International GEA Geothermal Energy Finance Forum

Washington, D.C. (March 25, 2013) As one of East Africa’s most promising geothermal markets, Kenya boasts more than 200 MW of installed capacity currently online with the goal to add nearly 5,000 MW by 2030. Now the Kenyan Ambassador to the United States has been tapped to speak at one of…

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