$670.00
  Summary   According to Sonelgaz, Algeria aims to invest at least $60bn in renewables by 2030. The program is already planning to reach 650 MW of electricity from alternative energy in 2015 and 2,700 MW by 2020. Africa’s total energy...
$670.00
  Summary   Major oil projects should come on line in the short and medium term, which would more than compensate for the last 2 years production decline. Angola will soon begin LNG exports with the commissioning in 2012 of its first gas...
$670.00
  Summary   Major oil projects should come on line in the short and medium term, which would more than compensate for the last 2 years production decline. Angola will soon begin LNG exports with the commissioning in 2012 of its first gas...
$670.00
  Summary   Australia has announced that as of July 2012, it will be implementing a carbon tax. The implementation of the tax will start with an interim fixed price for a period of three years before switching to an emissions trading scheme...
$670.00
  Summary   Commercial operations at first section of the Salzburg power transmission line began in May 2011 and preliminary studies for the Salzburg-Tauern section have started (Austrian 380 kV ring). Verbund commissioned the Mellach II gas...
$395.00
  Summary   The hydrocarbon resources have been significantly re-evaluated in 2011. The resources are now estimated at 1.5 Gt for oil and approximately 2200 bcm for gas. The objective is to triple the production of gas by 2015, mainly...
$670.00
  Summary   While diversification away from hydrocarbons is a priority, petroleum production and refining activities still contribute around 70% of government revenues. A program to double capacity of Awali’s field is underway with the...
$395.00
  Summary   In June 2011, the Government published its updated power generation plan. About 15,000 MW of electricity capacity are expected to be added to the national grid by 2016.Asia’s primary energy production accounted for almost half of...
$395.00
  Summary   Gazprom took control of 100% of Beltransgaz, the gas transmission and distribution. Atomstroyexport has been awarded in 2011 the contract for the construction of the first Belarus nuclear power plant. The first unit should be...
$670.00
  Summary   Belgium thermal capacities increased in 2011 with the commissioning of two new gas combined cycles and biomass-fired power plant. The country is relying on gas-fired power plants and offshore wind-park to cope with the planned...
$670.00
  Summary   Renewed E&P activities have allowed Bolivia to increase gas exports to Argentina. Bolivia is aiming to become an NGL exporter and is building two gas processing plants. The nationalisation of the power sector continues, with...
$670.00
  Summary   Bosnia-Herzegovina’s electricity sector has not been impacted by the economic crisis. Electricity production grew by 9% in 2010 (+19% in 2009). Many power projects are under development, including a 390 MW CCGT plant to be...
$670.00
  Summary   New legislation allows foreign oil companies to participate in new bids without Petrobras. New LNG export terminals are associated with the new oil producing areas; although a net gas importer, Brazil also develops LNG import...
$670.00
  Summary   Bulgaria’s new Law on Renewable Energy was approved in April 2011, aiming at stemming the current surge in solar and wind power projects. Bulgaria and Russia intend to sign the EPC contract on Belene nuclear power plant in June...
$395.00
  Summary   Oil production still continues to decline. Perenco has been the largest oil producer since the company bought Total’s equity in its upstream affiliate in end-2010. Total, which accounted for 60% of the production until then, has...