Trade and Industry

Trade and Industry

India’s Era Engineering Innovations (EII) has committed an investment of US$5 million into coal-powered energy generation in Zambia following the just-ended Conclave on Indo-Africa Project Partnership in New Delhi.
Commerce, Trade and Industry Minister, Felix Mutati, who led the Zambian delegation to the meeting signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with EII director, Ajay Mishra over […]

March 24th, 2008 Tags: Africa, China, Coal, coal mine, Company, Delhi, electricity, electricity generation, electricity shortage, Energy, Export, Exports, fuel, High Commission, Hydro, India, Indian Government, International Monetary Fund, Kenneth, Kong, Market, markets, mine, mining, New Delhi, Nova, Ovations, Petroleum, Power, Resources, SHOULD CONSIDER, Solar, Trade, Trade and Industry, Water, Zambia

The country’s tuna industry, which is centered in this city, would be adversely affected should Chinese companies be allowed to conduct offshore mining ventures in the disputed Spratly Islands, a nationwide militant fisherfolk group said.
Fernando L. Hicap, chairperson of the Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (Pamalakaya), said the alleged secret deal between the […]

March 14th, 2008 Tags: ADB, Brunei, Center, China, Department of Trade and Industry, Earnings, Education, Exchange, Export, Exports, Malaysia, Mindanao, mining, Oil, oil deposits, PAMA, Philip, Philippines, Price, Santos, SUN, Taiwan, the Philippines, Trade, Trade and Industry, Vietnam, Water

RWE Npower is proposing a £2bn plant on the site of the former Blyth Power Station – which was demolished four years ago. The firm, which has submitted limited plans to the government, says the new station would be cleaner and could create more than 150 jobs.

However, Blyth Valley Council has said the proposal does not […]

May 11th, 2007 Tags: BBC, Coal, Department for Trade and Industry, Environment, fuel, Power, Steve, technology, Trade, Trade and Industry, Valley

Trade and Industry Secretary Peter Favila on Wednesday hailed a plan of Sumitomo Metal Mining Co. Ltd. to put up a nickel-smelting project in Mindanao worth $1 billion, saying projects like it were “very welcome as long as they comply with our various laws.â€
In an announcement dated March 29, Tokyo-based Sumitomo said it had teamed […]

April 20th, 2007 Tags: Bay, Company, law, metal, Mindanao, mine, mining, Mining Corp., Palawan, Philip, technology, Tokyo, Trade, Trade and Industry

Exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and refined petroleum products recorded a double digit growth in 2006, the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) said.
Exports of LNG, which accounted for 29.4 percent of total exports of minerals and mineral fuels in 2006, increased by 12 percent to RM23.29 billion, MITI said in the 2006 […]

February 10th, 2007 Tags: China, Earnings, Export, Exports, France, fuel, Gas, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Kern, Korea, liquefied natural gas, Malaysia, Market, markets, mine, Miner, Mineral, mining, Natural Gas, Netherland, Oil, Pakistan, Palm oil, Petroleum, petroleum product, petroleum products, Price, Prices, refined petroleum products, RUB, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, The Netherlands, Trade, Trade and Industry, vegetable oil

A plant scheduled for construction in Indonesia is intended eventually to be able to turn low-grade coal into a higher grade version of the fossil fuel.
The factory — being developed by Kobe Steel Ltd. and Indonesia’s Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry — would be the first of its kind […]

January 22nd, 2007 Tags: Coal, coal product, coal products, Energy, Environment, fuel, high energy, Indonesia, Japan, Kobe, Kobe Steel, light oil, Oil, Power, steel, Trade, Trade and Industry, Washington

The Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry and Kobe Steel Ltd. will in March start construction in Indonesia of the world’s first plant capable of turning low-grade coal into high-grade coal.
According to sources in the ministry and the company, the plant will be built to test the commercial potential of a method in which low-grade coal, […]

January 21st, 2007 Tags: Australia, Center, China, Coal, coal mine, coal supplier, commercial, Company, Eastern, Energy, energy agency, Export, fuel, Greene, high energy, Indonesia, Japan, Kalimantan, Kobe, Kobe Steel, light oil, Lima, Million Tons, mine, Mines, Natural Resources, Oil, oil use, Power, Price, Resources, steel, Trade, Trade and Industry, Water

Cooper Minerals Inc., a Vancouver- based uranium exploration company, won a license to explore for the nuclear fuel in northern Finland. The permit for an area in Kuusamo is valid for one year, Finland’s Ministry of Trade and Industry said in a statement on its Web site today.

The ministry rejected applications for four exploration licenses in […]

January 19th, 2007 Tags: AREVA, Bloomberg, Company, Environment, Exploration Company, Finland, fuel, metal, Metal Bulletin, mine, Miner, Mineral, Price, Prices, Trade, Trade and Industry, Uranium, Vancouver

Energy ministers from the U.S., China, India, Japan and South Korea are gathering in Beijing Saturday for a meeting aimed at boosting China’s influence over key energy markets while alleviating worries over its huge and growing appetite for oil.
The talks, hosted by China’s top economic planner, Ma Kai, are part of a broad diplomatic offensive […]

December 15th, 2006 Tags: AREVA, Asia, Asian, Beijing, China, Coal, coal mining, Columbia, Commerce Ministry, commercial, Crude Oil, crude oil imports, electricity, Energy, energy consumer, energy consumption, energy efficiency, energy market, energy markets, Energy Ministry, energy plan, energy resource, energy resources, energy security, energy source, energy sources, energy use, Environment, France, fuel, Gas, gas sector, Hu Jintao, Hydro, India, Japan, Korea, Market, markets, mining, Ministry of Economy, National Development and Reform Commission, Niger, Nigeria, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas sector, oil assets, oil consumer, oil demand, oil imports, Oil price, Oil prices, oil reserve, oil reserves, OPEC, Petroleum, Power, Price, Prices, Reform Commission, renewable energy, Resources, Samuel Bodman, Singh, South Korea, Sudan, Syria, technologies, technology, Trade, Trade and Industry, Tsinghua University

The government is under increasing pressure to help broker a deal between Britain’s coal producers and electricity generators over long-term purchase contracts that value the fuel at below market rates.
Yesterday UK Coal, Britain’s biggest producer, warned that it would make a loss for the year because of disruption at four of its five deep mines […]

October 14th, 2006 Tags: America, Britain, China, Coal, coal producer, commercial, Company, electricity, electricity generators, fuel, Labour, Market, Michael, mine, Mines, Power, Price, Prices, Rita, Russia, Russian, Trade, Trade and Industry, UK Coal

A Japanese deep-water research vessel succeeded in drilling in the seabed 5,815 meters deep, setting a world record for deep-sea boring with the use of remote-controlled cables and drilling tools, the government said Monday.
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said the vessel managed to extract deep-sea sediments in a pipe 4.4 meters long off […]

August 15th, 2006 Tags: Deep Ocean Resources Development Co., Japan, Kyodo News, Ministry of Economy, Ogasawara Islands, Trade and Industry, United States

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