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 1 13 / 1 / 2011  European Union
 
 Commission and Azerbaijan sign strategic gas deal. Azerbaijan commits to supplying substantial volumes of gas over the long term to the European Union, while Europe provides access to its market for them. This Joint Declaration is an important step in the realization of the Southern Gas Corridor and the diversification of Europe's energy supplies.

Natural gas - Western Europe
 - Transportation - Agreement - European Union
 
 2 25 / 8 / 2010  Shell
 
 Shell and Cosan sign joint venture (A US$12-billion joint venture). The proposed joint venture, which still requires regulatory approval, will produce and commercialise ethanol and power from sugar cane and distribute a variety of industrial and transportation fuels through a combined distribution and retail network in Brazil. It will also explore business opportunities to produce and sell ethanol and sugar globally. The inclusion of Shell’s equity interests in Iogen Energy and Codexis would enable the joint venture to deploy next generation biofuels technologies in the future.

Renewable - South America
Brazil - Biofuel - Finance - Shell
 
 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 23 / 6 / 2010  Total
 
 Total and Amyris to build a strategic partnership for biomass-based fuels and chemicals. Total has agreed to acquire approximately 17% equity interest in Amyris on a fully diluted basis, and will have the right to appoint a member of the Amyris Board of Directors. Under their collaboration agreement, Total and Amyris R&D teams will work together to develop new products and build biological pathways to produce and commercialize renewable fuels and chemicals.

Renewable - International
 - Biofuel - Finance - Total
 
 5 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
 
 6 25 / 5 / 2010  European Union
 
  Conclusions on clean and energy-efficient vehicles for a competitive automotive industry and decarbonised road transport.

Energy - Western Europe
 - Transportation - Policy - European Union
 
 7 12 / 5 / 2010  ConocoPhillips
 
 ConocoPhillips Commends Senators Kerry and Lieberman for Action on Energy. The framework addresses the following areas of particular interest to ConocoPhillips: •The energy intensive and trade-exposed nature of refineries; •A program to manage transportation emissions while supporting investment opportunities into low-carbon technologies; •Recognition of the role and benefits of natural gas in lowering carbon emissions; •A comprehensive, uniform carbon control strategy to replace Clean Air Act and varied state programs.

Energy - North America
United-States - GHG - Policy - ConocoPhillips
 
 8 4 / 5 / 2010  Statoil
 
 Statoil has concluded an agreement for the transportation of gas through a pipeline from the Northern Marcellus shale gas area in Pennsylvania (PA) to Niagara at the US-Canadian border. Transportation agreement with National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation, securing Statoil the right to transport up to 3.2 billion cubic metres (bcm) per year/320 000 mcf/day of gas through an interstate pipeline.

Natural gas - North America
United-States - Pipeline - TPA - Statoil
 
 9 23 / 3 / 2010  Shell
 
 Virent and Shell start world’s first biogasoline production plant, converting plant sugars into gasoline and gasoline blend components, rather than ethanol. The demonstration plant has the capacity to produce up to 38,000 litres (10,000 U.S. gallons) per year, which will be used for engine and fleet testing.

Renewable - North America
United-States - Biofuel - R/D - Shell
 
 10 2 / 3 / 2010  Statoil
 
 Statoil’s US subsidiary Statoil Natural Gas (SNG) has concluded transportation agreements with Tennessee Gas Pipeline (a subsidiary of El Paso Corp), and Texas Eastern Transmission (a subsidiary of Spectra Energy Corp), ensuring Statoil the right to transport up to 2 billion cubic metres (bcm) per year/200 000 mcf/day directly from the Northern Marcellus production area to New York City and the surrounding areas.

Natural gas - North America
United-States - Pipeline - TPA - Statoil
 
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