Wednesday 22 November 2017

1414 Degrees to build energy storage units in new factory

Australia-based 1414 Degrees, a leading energy storage company, has opened a new factory and will begin building its first commercial system next month, said a report. 1414 Degrees has moved into a 3000-sq-m factory on the site of the former Mitsubishi engine plant in the souther


Egypt, Cyprus to discuss building gas pipeline

Egypt and Cyprus have agreed to begin talks on the construction of a pipeline to transport natural gas from Cypriot fields to Cairo next month, a media report said. The agreement includes the construction of gas lines on the Mediterranean coast, the first of which will be dedicat


Abu Dhabi sees 6pc growth in power from solar

The production of electricity from solar energy in Abu Dhabi reached 280,085 MW per hour, a growth of 6.1 per cent compared to 2015, according to a recent report issued by the Statistics Centre - Abu Dhabi (Scad). The Abu Dhabi government has given considerable attention to renew


Dubai power, water projects to save $19bn by 2030

Electricity and water generation projects in Dubai will improve efficiency and generate cumulative savings of up to Dh70 billion ($19 billion) and reduce carbon emissions by 235 million tonnes by 2030, according to Saeed Mohammed Ahmed Al Tayer, the managing director and chief executive officer


Honeywell launches new connected gas detector in Mideast

Honeywell, a global technology and manufacturing leader, has launched a new connected gas detector in the Middle East, designed to keep industrial operations safe while making set-up, maintenance and compliance reporting faster and easier by leveraging Bluetooth connectivity. The


Bahrain's fuel tank construction work on track

Jet Fuel Company (BJFCo), a joint venture between nogaholding and Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), has started work on the construction of its fuel tanks which will be ready by March 2019, said a report. BJFCo will be in charge of transporting jet fuel within the airport, as well a


Human factor 'key in industrial safety'

The important role of the human factor in ensuring safety and improving reliability in industrial environment was highlighted by a senior Saudi Aramco official.   Speaking at the the 12th Professional Development Conference & Exhibition, organised in coordin


Oil markets ‘need to extend output cut deal’

Oil markets need to extend the crude oil production cut deal to ensure market stability and reasonable prices, said Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, UAE Minister of Energy and Industry. He noted that reaching an agreement by Opec and non-Opec countries toward this end


Engie eyes big role in Dewa's smart energy projects

Leading officials of the multinational utility company Engie held discussions with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) on ways to develop smart and sustainable solutions which support a low carbon economy. The high-level delegation from the French energy major also prese


Carbon credits drive green funding in Dubai

Dubai Carbon has announced its first carbon credit transaction, with the sale of the resulting Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) from Dewa Chiller Station L Project through adopting the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) to Farnek Total Facility Management. This initial sale pa

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