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 1 17 / 11 / 2010  European Union
 
 Energy infrastructure: Commission proposes EU priority corridors for power grids and gas pipelines. An offshore grid in the Northern Seas and connection to Northern and Central Europe; Interconnections in South Western Europe; Connections in Central Eastern und South Eastern Europe; Integration of the Baltic Energy Market into the European market. Gas: Southern Corridor to deliver gas directly from the Caspian sea, Baltic Energy Market Integration; North-South corridor.

Energy - Western Europe
 - Transmission - Policy - European Union
 
 2 10 / 8 / 2010  GDF SUEZ
 
 Combination of International Power plc ("International Power") and GDF SUEZ Energy International. GDF SUEZ Energy International to be transferred to International Power with €4.4 billion3 (£3.7 billion ) of net debt as at 30 June 2010. Over 66 GW gross capacity in operation; Committed projects expected to deliver an additional 22 GW of gross capacity.

Electricity - International
 - Power - Finance - GDF SUEZ
 
 3 2 / 7 / 2010  IEA
 
 IEA sees the first early signs of an energy technology revolution underway across the globe but urges that much more needs to be done to achieve the necessary long-term CO2 cuts. Global investment in renewable electricity generation, led by wind and solar, reached an all-time high of USD 112 billion in 2008 and remained broadly stable in 2009 despite the economic downturn. Many major car companies are adding hybrid and all-electric vehicles to their fleets. Expanded production of such vehicles combined with the purchase incentives available in many countries, could put more than 5 million such vehicles on the road in the next 10 years. In OECD countries, the rate of energy efficiency improvement has increased to almost 2% per year.

Energy - International
 - Market - Technology - IEA
 
 4 25 / 6 / 2010  Statoil
 
 Statoil and Poweo have signed a twenty year agreement for the supply of natural gas to Poweo’s projected 400 MW Combined Cycle Gas Turbine power plant (CCGT) in Toul, France. Deliveries are planned to start on October 1st, 2012.

Natural gas - Western Europe
France - Marketing - Contract - Statoil
 
 5 16 / 6 / 2010  IEA
 
 Expansion of nuclear energy is a key contributor to combating climate change. Almost one quarter of global electricity could be generated from nuclear power by 2050, making a major contribution to cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

Nuclear - International
 - Market - Hurricane - IEA
 
 6 10 / 6 / 2010  BP
 
 Statistical Review of World Energy 2010: World primary energy consumption fell by 1.1% in 2009, the first decline since 1982 and the largest decline (in percentage terms) since 1980. Consumption in OECD countries fell by 5%, the largest decline on record; OECD consumption reached the lowest level since 1998. Energy consumption declined in all regions except Asia Pacific and the Middle East; Chinese energy consumption growth accelerated to 8.7%. Hydroelectric power generation increased by 1.5%, and was the world’s fastest-growing major fuel for a second consecutive year.

Energy - International
 - Market - Statistics - BP
 
 7 9 / 6 / 2010  Total
 
 Masdar Partners with Total and Abengoa Solar to build the world’s largest concentrated solar power plant with a capacity of approximately 100 MW and a solar field consisting of 768 parabolic trough collectors to be supplied by Abengoa Solar. One of Masdar’s flagship projects, Shams 1 will directly contribute towards Abu Dhabi’s target of achieving 7% renewable energy power generation capacity by the year 2020.

Renewable - International
 - Power - Finance - Total
 
 8 26 / 5 / 2010  DOE
 
 Deputy Secretary Poneman Attends Ground Breaking at Tennessee Advanced Vehicle Battery Plant; Smyrna Electric Vehicle Project Expected to provide up to 1,500 Jobs in Tennessee. This past January the Department closed a $1.4 billion loan with Nissan North America to retool the Smyrna factory to build advanced electric automobiles and an advanced battery manufacturing facility.

Energy - North America
United-States - Transportation - Project - DOE
 
 9 25 / 5 / 2010  DOE-EIA
 
 International Energy Outlook 2010; World Energy Use Projected to Grow 49 Percent Between 2007 and 2035; Rapid Growth Projected for Renewables, but Fossil Fuels Continue to Provide Most of the World’s Energy Under Current Policies. Prices rising to $108 per barrel by 2020 (in real 2008 dollars) and $133 per barrel by 2035.

Energy - International
 - Market - Forecast - DOE-EIA
 
 10 11 / 5 / 2010  IEA
 
 IEA sees great potential for solar, providing up to a quarter of world electricity by 2050. The solar Photovoltaic (PV) and Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) roadmaps, launched today in Valencia/Spain.

Renewable - International
 - Power - Forecast - IEA
 
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