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Carbon Capture

Is there hope for West Virginia as it moves away from coal? | Grist

... the use of resources that might have helped build an economy beyond coal. Occasionally, West Virginia politicians will offer some happy talk about "clean coal" and the promise of carbon capture and sequestration, or CCS. I find this little more than wishful thinking, because I find CCS little more than a pipe dream, with very big, very expensive pipes. Even if it works (a very big if) at ...

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Climate Change

Fire at British power station under control - RWE npower - Yahoo News

... on its website, citing Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue. "I've been reassured by National Grid that there is no risk to electricity supplies," Britain's Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey, said in a statement. "My priority is to understand the cause of the fire and get the affected unit back generating electricity as soon as it's safe to do so," he added. According to ...

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Solar

EU and China end telecoms row as EU drops threats against Huawei | Reuters

... Europe is China's most important trading partner and for the EU, China is second only to the United States. But ties had been damaged by rows over goods ranging from steel and wine to solar panels as China seeks to produce the kind of sophisticated products that compete directly with Europe. Imports of Chinese telecoms equipment into the EU are worth some 1 billion euros ($1.3 ...

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Nuclear

Japan ministers quitting a hitch, but wont affect reactor restart - Yahoo News

... TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's plan to restart nuclear reactors shut down after the Fukushima disaster will not be affected by Monday's resignation of the industry minister, but Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is losing a convincing advocate of a move viewed mostly with suspicion. Forty-year-old Yuko Obuchi's resignation from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, six weeks after she was appointed, ...

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Coal

JSW Energy gains; coal-based plants favoured | Reuters

... Reuters Market Eye - JSW Energy ( JSWE.NS ) gains 1.6 percent. Increase in local gas prices is expected to benefit coal-based power producers. Power plants based on imported coal charge tariffs that are around 20 percent cheaper than gas plants, analysts estimate. JSW Energy is estimated to operate nearly half of its capacity on imported coal. (Reporting by Abhishek Vishnoi) ...

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Oil

EXCLUSIVE-Glencore, traders retreat from moving Canadian crude by rail -sources | Reuters

... CALGARY, Alberta Oct 20 (Reuters) - Spot crude-by-rail volumes are down in Canada as traders and marketers including Glencore PLC are deterred by stronger heavy oil prices that have erased arbitrage opportunities to ship cheap crude from landlocked Alberta to higher-priced U.S. markets, industry sources said. Since early August, heavy Canadian crude's discount to U.S. futures has narrowed to ...

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Gas

Hope and obstacles as Russia and Ukraine seek gas deal | Reuters

... Dal Zennaro/Pool MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) - A tentative agreement between the Ukrainian and Russian presidents has raised hopes of ending a dispute in which Moscow has halted natural gas supplies to Kiev, but several obstacles still have be overcome. Movement on the gas row was the only sign of progress at talks between Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko on Friday which failed ...

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Wind

EUROPE POWER-Spot rises on colder weather in Germany, France | Energy & Oil | Reuters

... * Power demand to rise by 1.5 GW in Germany, 1.65 GW in France * German wind power output to drop by 1.9 GW PARIS Oct 20 (Reuters) - European spot power prices rose on Monday on forecasts for colder weather in Germany and France and lower German wind power production. German baseload (24 hours) power for delivery on Tuesday was up 60 cents at 30.70 euros ($39.24) per megawatt hour (MWh). ...

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Biofuels

Platts says not charged with wrongdoing after EU ethanol trade raids | Reuters

... pricing agency said on Monday. Last week the European Commission raided Alcogroup and Lantmannen Agroetanol as they widened a 17 month long investigation into suspected rigging of oil and biofuels price benchmarks. "The Commission has indications that Platts may have prevented one or several companies from taking part in the process of price estimation under the MOC method and particularly ...

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Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy Storage Gains Critical Mass

... A host of U.S. renewable energy storage executives recently gathered here in the Silicon Valley are referring to the rapid expansion of the storage industry by comparing it to the solar power industry six or eight years ago, before that companion sector became the juggernaut it is now. These storage advocates were assembled for the Energy Storage North America exposition, which doubled in ...

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