Tag: coal

Large coal plant

Black & Veatch is to provide engineering services to Wisconsin Public Service Corporation (WPSC) in the development of one of the largest utility-owned coal plants in the USA.

US coal plant

ALSTOM has been awarded a contract valued at more than EUR 162 million by Santee Cooper, South Carolina's state-owned electric and water utility.

Zinc oxide facility

Hartford Steel Technologies plans to finalise a site for its proposed “Super Facilityâ€? in NW Ohio by the end of summer.

Coal power station proposed for S. Africa

Black & Veatch International (BVI) has been selected by the Rainbow Millennium Power Company (RMPC) to perform a detailed feasibility study for the first "greenfield" power station in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, which could result in a reduction of environmental pollution and strengthen economic development efforts.

US drive to curb emissions

US power plant operators will instal 110 pollution-control devices over the next decade, potentially spending more than USD 5 billion, to curb ground-level ozone levels in the eastern US, according to a new Energy Argus report based on exclusive data.

Shanxi to expand power capacity

Shanxi Province, China’s largest coal-producing province, plans to invest RMB 30 billion to expand its power generation capacity in order to transmit the surplus to the power-thirsty north China and Shandong Province.

Serbia energy projects

Serbia is seeking international loans and offer joint ventures and BOT (build-operate-transfer) projects in a bid to revive its energy sector and stabilise electricity, gas and fuel supplies.

NW China: massive energy development

Shaanxi, an inland province in NW China, plans to build a large energy and heavy chemical industrial base in Yulin in northern Shaanxi.

MidAmerican site of 900mw plant

MidAmerican Energy has identified Council Bluffs (Iowa, USA) as the preferred site for construction of a 900mw, coal-fuelled electric generating plant.

LS Power invests in coal-fired stations

LS Power Development LLC has shifted its focus towards the development of new coal-fired power plants.