Power generation
Moves afoot at ExxonMobil
28 September 2004
New chair for Southern Nuclear
28 September 2004
Randolph for Ameren
28 September 2004
Calpine veteran to retire
28 September 2004
UK to consider relaxing limits
27 September 2004
Gas prices rise
27 September 2004
Power on the crest of a wave
27 September 2004
Lid on the coffin for Japanese nuclear?
4 September 2004
In the wake of the 9 August accident which claimed four lives, Neil Ford assesses the likely impact of the tragedy and asks: does the industry have a future in Japan?
No rush for the Dutch
4 September 2004
With little fanfare the Dutch electricity and gas markets opened to full retail competition on 1 July 2004.
Emissions trading: wait and see
4 September 2004
In our second look at the future for emissions trading, Jeremy Wilcox observes little appetite for trading to date. But, in January 2005 when the doors open for business with a flourish, will that all change?
Middle Earth and the modern energy market
4 September 2004
New Zealand has a reputation for being clean and green and its energy reform process has left the industry with a light regulatory load. Is this the ideal energy market for the 21st century?
‘Saving the Planet’ vs Reality
4 September 2004
Between the idea and the reality; between the motion and the act, falls the shadow - T S Eliot. In the case of CO2 reduction, the ‘shadow’ is practicality.
Nile basin: hydro potential to be realised?
4 September 2004
Far more effort seems to have gone into discussing Africa’s hydroelectric potential than in actually developing it.
Coals conundrum
4 September 2004
Led by oil, the price of primary energy sources has been soaring over the past few months, but while the future is secure for oil and gas the prognosis for coal is less certain. The raw statistics, however, argue strongly in favour of coal.
Where next for NGT?
4 September 2004
National Grid Transco’s sale of four UK gas distribution networks could signal further US acquisitions.
The 19th World Energy Congress
4 September 2004
The great and the good gathered in Sydney earlier this month to debate the future for the global energy industry. Power Economics was there.
Ireland & Australia: much in common
4 September 2004
Ireland should see full market opening by next year
Oils gas market influence
4 September 2004
Oil’s blamed for everything, or so it seems. As the cost of a barrel nudges $50 for the first time in years, Power Economics assesses the future of black gold
SAPP: the shape of things to come?
4 September 2004
Power trading will be crucial to the development of Southern Africa’s electricity infrastructure
Wind, commerce and carbon
4 September 2004
New Zealand is windy, and getting windier still