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gas power


South Korea Forays into Gas Turbine Manufacturing

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction (DHIC) this summer made major strides to establish itself at the core of South Korea’s strategy to become only the fifth country to own an independent…


Why the 2010s Were a Definitive Decade for Power

Every one of the 13 decades that POWER magazine has been in print has been definitive for electric generation technology, policy, and business in some significant way, but few have…


A Modern Gas Power Plant Thrives on Ancient Wisdom

Built and developed in accordance with the principles of vaastu shastra, the 1.5-GW “mega” gas power plant in India imbues positivity and proactivity into all aspects of plant operation. It has…


Pipeline Project Prompts Plan for Nigeria Power Plants
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The Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) in December 2017 announced a plan to build three natural gas-fired power plants in the country, thanks to a $2.8 billion pipeline project that…


As Gas Power Generation Jumps in the EU, Bloc Guards Against Supply Disruptions

Banking on natural gas as it moves away from coal, the European Union (EU) in September adopted new rules that require member states to help neighbors affected by supply disruptions.…