Norway’s Kvaerner is establishing two new focus areas with an aim to expand its operations within the renewables industry, including offshore wind, and the oil & gas sector. The move comes as Kvaerner aims to increase its annual revenue for around 40% within a few years, from circa NOK 7.3 billion in 2018 to […]
Political Risk Index: Fitch Solution forecasts China’s short-term and long-term political risk scores as 80.2 and 66.4. In the short-term, significant advantages show in terms of policy continuity and the policy-making process. Long-term disadvantages might reflect in the inherent nature of unelected governments, which often struggle to evolve with societal demands. Economic Risk Index: […]
Hong Kong-listed China Everbright International has announced that it has been named preferred bidder on two waste-to-energy (WTE) PPP projects valued at around Rmb1.725 billion ($240 million) in China’s Guangdong and Zhejiang provinces. The projects are: the Rmb349 million Lechang WTE phase 1 in Shaoguan, Guangdong (广东韶关乐昌垃圾焚烧发电） the Rmb1.376 billion Fuyang WTE phase 1 in […]
Industry Forecast (Renewables Report China Renewables Projects Database – China – Q4 2019) Project Name Project Type Capacity (MW) Renewables Companies Dynamic Tidal Power (DTP) Facility Tidal/wave 15,000.00 Delft University of Technology – Consultant/Project Management – Netherlands DNV GL-Consultant/Project Management – Norway Wageningen Marine Research – Consultant/Project Management – Netherlands Antea Group – Consultant/Project Management – Netherlands Strukton – Consultant/Project Management – Netherlands […]
The Commercial section of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing/Innovation Norway China’s Beijing office is looking for a new intern to start in September 2019.
IEA Projects: Demand from Asia Is Set to Power the Growth of Global Gas Industry over the Next Five Years
According to the most recent projections of the IEA, after another record year, global demand for natural gas is set to keep growing over the next five years, driven by strong consumption in fast-growing Asian economies and supported by the continued development of the international gas trade.
The 2019 Global Offshore Wind Summit is held in the Cantonese city of Yangjiang from May 31st to June 2nd.
To encourage and accelerate the deployment of hydrogen energy and promote sustainable growth, China plans to build four “hydrogen corridors” in the Yangtze River Delta region based on the expressway network in the area by 2021, with additional hydrogenation infrastructure facilities linking cities in the region.
On May the 8th, China’s National Energy Administration held an impromptu consultative forum in close regard with the construction and management of offshore wind, specifically, the forum aimed to discuss and potentially reconsider the much reported “over-strictness” situation of certain policies and regulations that had been scheduled to be put into place earlier this year.