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  1. Gas Turbines Market to Grow to $20.5 Billion by 2021

    By Editors of Power Engineering A new study by Zion Market Research indicates the gas turbines market should grow from $16 billion in 2015 to $20.5 billion in 2021, with an annual growth rate of four percent. The study indicated that the major driving forces in the market are improved efficiency and durability of turbines, stricter carbon emissions regulations across the globe and lower power generation costs. However, extended start-up time, decreased efficiency at idle speed and low sensitivity to modification in power demand are factors that could slow growth. Zion Market Research indicated heavy-duty turbines with capacities of one megawatt or above lead the market in 2015 due to continued gas-fired plant development. The Asia Pacific region held the dominant share in the overall gas turbines market across the globe in 2015, particularly due to high electricity demand in China. The study estimated China alone consumed more than 20 percent of the world’s electricity in 2015.

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    Fri, 2 Dec 2016

  2. EPH chief explains rationale for coal power acquisitions

    The chief executive of Czech utility EPH has been outlining the reasons why his company has gone against the grain in purchasing coal-fired power plants around Europe at a time when the trend is going in the other direction.

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    Fri, 25 Nov 2016

  3. Natural Gas Generators With Paralleling Capabilities

    Doosan Portable Power offers paralleling capabilities for the NG225 and NG295 models of its natural gas generator product line. Paralleling natural gas generators are useful where remote locations, emissions regulations and 24-hour production schedules pose challenges for operators.

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    Tue, 7 Jun 2016

  4. Utility supplies: Antenna improves depth, data resolution performance

    Utility equipment: GSSI’s new 350 HS Antenna uses HyperStacking technology to improve performance while meeting GPR emissions limits.

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    Wed, 13 Jul 2016

  1. ADE director calls for change in approach to energy policy

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    Tue, 30 Aug 2016

  2. Recent 8th Circuit Decision Could Hinder State Programs on Imported Coal Power

    What are limits on states to regulate CO 2 ?

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    Mon, 25 Jul 2016

  3. Nuclear, Renewables, CCS to Power 50% of N. American Electricity by 2025

    The U.S., Mexico and Canada vowed to get at least 50 percent of its generated electricity from clean power sources by 2025, an ambitious goal that is drawing reactions from supporters and critics alike.

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    Wed, 29 Jun 2016

  4. Interim Tier 4 Emissions Regulations for Generators

    Keeping apprised of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) complex diesel emissions regulations can be a challenge, but now that these requirements encompass not only mobile off-highway applications but also stationary applications, it’s up to the generator owner/operator to stay ...

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    Sat, 1 Nov 2008

  5. API, NGSA separately caution EPA on possible methane emissions rules

    The US Environmental Protection Agency should not move too quickly to impose addition methane emissions regulations on producers, two national oil and gas associations separately said on Dec. 3.

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    Fri, 4 Dec 2015

  6. Gas industry, enviros weigh in on EPA's methane reduction plan

    Industry and environmental groups sit on both sides of the fence after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released potential greenhouse gas emissions regulations for the oil and gas industry.

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    Wed, 19 Aug 2015

  7. OGE loses appeal against EPA coal emissions regulations

    OGE Energy Corp said it may be forced to spend $1 billion to install new emission controls on two coal-fired power plants to adhere to federal environmental regulations in Oklahoma.

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    Mon, 4 Nov 2013

  8. GAO: Federal agencies must jointly monitor effects of emissions regulations

    The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) updated a report that said electricity prices may increase as more coal-fired power plants are shut down due to regulations from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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    Mon, 15 Sep 2014

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