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IEA Report: Fall in Renewables and New Nuclear Energy Spending

For the third consecutive year, global energy investment dropped by 2% in 2017 with declines noted in both renewables and new nuclear power projects. Figures…

Renewables | Renewable Energy | Nuclear | Nuclear Power | Nuclear Energy | Nuclear Plant | Windfarm | Wind Power | Solar | Solar Power | photovoltaic

William Ploch

Wed Aug 08 2018

Industrial Info to Host Webinars on Power, Chemical Industries in June

Industrial Info is keeping busy in June with plenty of trade shows and webinars that will demonstrate its far-reaching research and analysis. Two of the…

Energy | Power Plants | Chemicals | Chemical Plant | Chemical Projects | Chemical Processing | Ethylene | Nuclear Power | Nuclear Energy | Fossil Fuel | Oil | Oil & Gas | Natural Gas

William Ploch

Mon Jun 04 2018

Power-Gen Asia Shines Light on Booming Energy Market

Written by Brock Ramey, Power Specialist for Industrial Info Resources--Power-Gen Asia, which ran September 18-22 in Bangkok, Thailand, showed Southeast Asia to be among the…

Power-Gen | Asia Power Demand | Asia | Natural Gas | Nuclear Power | Coal Fired | Maintenance

Industrial Info

Tue Sep 26 2017

IIR Energy BREAKERS: Agrium to Perform Annual Maintenance at Redwater Ammonia Units in Canada

Agrium to Perform Annual Maintenance at Redwater Ammonia Units in Canada Agrium plans to perform planned maintenance at its 267,000-metric-ton-per-year Ammonia Unit 1, and…

IIR Energy | Breakers | Ammonia | Nuclear Power | Refinery

Industrial Info

Tue Aug 01 2017

Power Generation Webinar in Review: Coal Still Leads in Global Spending

In last week's webinar on global spending in the Power Industry, Britt Burt, Industrial Info's vice president of research for the Power Industry said that…

Power-Gen | Coal | Natural Gas | Nuclear Power | Renewable Energy | Power Generation

Industrial Info

Mon Jun 19 2017

IEA Report: Fall in Renewables and New Nuclear Energy Spending

For the third consecutive year, global energy investment dropped by 2% in 2017 with declines noted in both renewables and new nuclear power projects. Figures from the International Energy Agency (IEA) show that global energy investment totalled $1.8 trillion in 2017, a 2% decline in real terms from the previous year. In its World Energy Investment 2018 report, the »

Industrial Info to Host Webinars on Power, Chemical Industries in June

Industrial Info is keeping busy in June with plenty of trade shows and webinars that will demonstrate its far-reaching research and analysis. Two of the most anticipated webinars--both free to subscribers--are the 2018 Global Power Spending Outlook and 2018 Global Chemical Processing Spending Outlook. 2018 Global Power Spending Outlook Britt Burt, Industrial Info's Vice President of Research for the Power »

Power-Gen Asia Shines Light on Booming Energy Market

Written by Brock Ramey, Power Specialist for Industrial Info Resources--Power-Gen Asia, which ran September 18-22 in Bangkok, Thailand, showed Southeast Asia to be among the fastest-growing markets in the Power Industry. More than 10,000 attendees attended the trade show at the Bangkok International Trade and Exposition Center. Natural gas was among the most widely discussed topics at Power-Gen Asia. »

IIR Energy BREAKERS: Agrium to Perform Annual Maintenance at Redwater Ammonia Units in Canada

Agrium to Perform Annual Maintenance at Redwater Ammonia Units in Canada Agrium plans to perform planned maintenance at its 267,000-metric-ton-per-year Ammonia Unit 1, and 656,000-metric-ton-per-year Ammonia Unit 2, in Redwater, Alberta. Both turnarounds are set to begin August 21, and are expected to last about 38 days. (Outages: 338512, 338513) (Plant: 2017662) SCANA Pulls Plug on Massive South »

Power Generation Webinar in Review: Coal Still Leads in Global Spending

In last week's webinar on global spending in the Power Industry, Britt Burt, Industrial Info's vice president of research for the Power Industry said that there was more than $1.1 trillion of power projects under construction, with more than $5.4 trillion in the planning and engineering stage. East Asia, with $368 billion under construction, leads in terms of »