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  1. France turns to coal and gas -fired power

    France demonstrated heavy reliance on coal and gas-fired power in October, according to data released from networ k operator on Monday. Coal, gas and oil were deployed to a larger extent due to ASN, the country’s nuclear regulator, ordering 12 nuclear reactors to be temporarily shut down and checked for safety purposes and upgrades. Nuclear power normally accounts for 75 per cent of the country’s electricity but nuclear power production fell 16 per cent in October from the same period a year ago while hydropower output tumbled a record 21 percent year-on-year to 3,096 gigawatt hour (GWh), its lowest level since 2009. France turned to coal, oil and gas to compensate for the shortfall, RTE said, pushing fossil fuel power generation up 37 per cent from a year earlier to 5,061 GWh.

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    Tue, 29 Nov 2016

  2. Siemens receives larger gas power order from Argentina

    Siemens has received orders from Argentina for a total of seven SGT-800 industrial gas turbines and two Industrial Trent 60 natural gas turbines.

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    Wed, 30 Nov 2016

  3. Gas -fired power set to secure French energy over Winter

    French unease at potential power shortages this winter have been alleviated by claims from the country’s gas power sector that there is sufficient capacity from the industry to sustain the country.

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    Wed, 23 Nov 2016

  4. Gas -fired power plants make progress in fall 2016

    A couple of nearly-completed gas-fired projects in Texas backed by Exelon Corp. highlight a round of recent developments for gas - fired power projects in the U.S. and Canada

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    Mon, 14 Nov 2016

  1. Fluor signs with Clean Energy Future for Ohio gas -fired power plants

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    Tue, 22 Nov 2016

  2. Fluor signs MOU with Clean Energy Future for new gas -fired power stations in Ohio

    Fluor Corporation announced the company signed a memorandum of understanding with Clean Energy Future, LLC, to provide development support for the Trumbull and Oregon Energy Centers natural gas, combined-cycle stations in Ohio.

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    Wed, 23 Nov 2016

  3. EnBW’s Karlsruhe gas -fired power plant ‘not economically feasible’

    German utility EnBW is to shut down its gas - fired power plant in Karlsruhe, referring to the operation as ‘not economically feasible’.

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    Fri, 18 Nov 2016

  4. EU target power reserve for emission limits

    The EU Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy says the Commission plans to attach emissions limits to subsidies paid to utilities that set aside capacity to avert blackouts.

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    Tue, 29 Nov 2016

  5. Capacity problem looms as main UK interconnector damaged

    Storm Angus, which struck British shores last week, is suspected of having had a damaging impact on the UK’s biggest energy interconnector.

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    Tue, 29 Nov 2016

  6. Siemens is supplying nine natural gas turbines to Argentina

    Siemens has received orders from Argentina for a total of seven SGT-800 industrial gas turbines and two Industrial Trent 60 natural gas turbines.

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    Wed, 30 Nov 2016

  7. IEA study: Global LNG markets are less flexible than many think

    Today’s low natural gas prices and abundant supplies do not reflect inherent inflexibilities in global LNG markets, according to the International Energy Agency’s first Global Gas Security Review.

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    Mon, 28 Nov 2016

  8. ETN: Gas -fired power prediction ‘no surprise’

    The European Turbine Network has welcomed the conclusions of this week’s International Energy Agency’s World Energy Outlook, which predicts a dominant period ahead for gas - fired power , along with renewables.

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    Thu, 17 Nov 2016

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