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Kazakhstan to subsidize 50% of renewable power generators installation

The Government of Kazakhstan will subsidize 50% of expenses to stimulate remote households to install renewable energy sources-based generators.

Kazakhstan to subsidize 50% of renewable power generators installation
IEA Executive Director Maria van der Hoeven. Photo courtesy of energlobe.eu
China set for 'Golden Age' of natural gas

Demand for natural gas is set to nearly double within five years in China but the emerging market giant will meet half that with domestic supplies, the International Energy Agency said.

China set for 'Golden Age' of natural gas
New substation will provide a sustainable supply of electricity. ©Vladimir Prokopenko
Almaty launches new power substation: Yessimov

Yessentai substation has been put into service in Almaty to spur the city's development.

Almaty launches new power substation: Yessimov
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Kazakhstan ratifies treaty with Uzbekistan on strategic partnership

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed the law ratifying the Strategic Cooperation Treaty between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

Kazakhstan ratifies treaty with Uzbekistan on strategic partnership
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister Peter O'Neill. ©Reuters/Tim Wimborne
Massive PNG gas project loads first shipment

Australian energy firm Santos said Friday the first exports from its huge US$19 billion gas project in Papua New Guinea will soon depart for Japan, four years after the joint venture was given the go-ahead.

Massive PNG gas project loads first shipment
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EXPO-2017 venues to be ready by December 2016

Construction of EXPO-2017 venues in Astana is expected to be completed by December 2016.

EXPO-2017 venues to be ready by December 2016
Rolls-Royce says in talks to sell energy unit to Siemens
Rolls-Royce says in talks to sell energy unit to Siemens

German engineering giant Siemens, which is seeking to buy French firm Alstom's energy division, is in talks to purchase Rolls-Royce's energy production arm, the British aircraft engine maker said.

Rolls-Royce says in talks to sell energy unit to Siemens
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Gazprom warns new sanctions could hit EU gas supplies

Russia's energy giant Gazprom warned on Tuesday that new Western sanctions aimed at punishing the Kremlin for its perceived attempts to destabilise Ukraine could both hurt its stock price and leave Europe without crucial gas supplies.

Gazprom warns new sanctions could hit EU gas supplies
Spanish island to be fully powered by wind, water
Spanish island to be fully powered by wind, water

The smallest and least known of Spain's Canary Islands, El Hierro, is making a splash by becoming the first island in the world fully energy self-sufficient through combined water and wind power.

Spanish island to be fully powered by wind, water
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Nazarbayev kickstarts construction of EXPO-2017 venue

President Nazarbayev has given a start to construction of the main EXPO-2017 exhibition venue near the Nazarbayev University in Astana.

Nazarbayev kickstarts construction of EXPO-2017 venue
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China wants to build power plant in Kazakhstan

Chinese Datang Corporation and China Engineering Machinery Corporation are interested in constructing a thermal power plant in Kazakhstan.

China wants to build power plant in Kazakhstan
Minister Nurlan Kapparov in the program "Professional Conversation"
Kazakhstan sets 15-year tariffs for renewable energy

Tariffs for renewable energy sources (RES) in Kazakhstan will be approved for 15 years.

Kazakhstan sets 15-year tariffs for renewable energy
Romanians protest against Chevron fracking plans
Romanians protest against Chevron fracking plans

Thousands took to the streets of Romania on Sunday to protest against plans by US energy giant Chevron to drill for shale gas.

Romanians protest against Chevron fracking plans
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Negotiations on low-enriched uranium bank in Kazakhstan nearing final

The negotiations on Kazakhstan's bid to host the international bank of low-enriched uranium are nearing their final stage.

Negotiations on low-enriched uranium bank in Kazakhstan nearing final
General Electric Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt. ©Reuters/Mike Theiler
GE to hike pro-environment energy research by $10 bn

US industrial conglomerate General Electric said Monday it would boost spending on environmentally friendly energy research by $10 billion by 2020, including on fracking technologies and wind turbines.

GE to hike pro-environment energy research by $10 bn
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Power outages hit three million in Brazil

Several Brazilian states, including three set to host June World Cup action, suffered power outages Tuesday, fueling fears over the country's ability to keep the lights on.

Power outages hit three million in Brazil
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Kazakhstan to use one third of its wastes to generate 'green' energy

‘Green’ energy will be generated from 30% of all the wastes in Kazakhstan by 2050.

Kazakhstan to use one third of its wastes to generate 'green' energy
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Kazakhstan should develop oil and gas transport infrastructure: IEA Executive Director

Kazakhstan should develop oil and gas transport infrastructure and take a hard stance of pricing talks in the region: Maria van der Hoeven.

Kazakhstan should develop oil and gas transport infrastructure: IEA Executive Director
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Construction of Kemin-Almaty power line considered impractical

Kazakhstani energy experts have decided that construction of Kemin-Almaty high voltage power line is impractical.

Construction of Kemin-Almaty power line considered impractical
Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev meets with Vladimir Shkolnik. Photo courtesy of akorda.kz
Nazarbayev meets KazAtomProm's Shkolnik

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has had a meeting with Vladimir Shkolnik, Chairman of KazAtomProm, Kazakhstan nuclear company.

Nazarbayev meets KazAtomProm's Shkolnik