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Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 04 févr. 2020, 07:58

Mise en service effective du nouveau terminal d'importation LNG de Mundra dans l'état de Gujarat. Un méthanier de Qatargas de 216000 m3 à accosté.
Qatargas delivers 'commissioning LNG cargo' to India’s newest Mundra Terminal

01 February 2020

Qatargas has supplied a commissioning liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for India’s newest LNG receiving terminal – Mundra, located on the west coast of India.

The cargo was loaded in Ras Laffan on January 17 on the Q-Flex LNG vessel, Murwab, with an overall cargo carrying capacity of 216,000 cubic metres. It arrived at Mundra terminal on January 22.

Mundra is the second LNG terminal that Qatargas helped commission in India within the past year. It followed an earlier commissioning cargo, which was delivered by the company to the Ennore LNG receiving terminal, near the southern Indian city of Chennai, in February 2019.

The Mundra terminal is located in Adani Ports and Special Economic zone in Kutch district of the western Indian state of Gujarat.

The terminal’s nominal capacity is 5mn tonnes of LNG per year (mtpy), and it can receive vessels with a capacity between 75,000 cubic metres and 260,000 cubic metres. The terminal comprises of two storage tanks – each with an overall capacity of 160,000 cubic metres.

Qatargas has established a strong partnership with India since July 1999 when it started supplying LNG to Petronet. Since then it has delivered more than 2,000 cargoes under its various long-term sales and purchase agreements as well as supplying significant volumes into the short term and spot markets.

India is a key market for Qatargas given its geographical proximity and growth potential. Upcoming developments such as new terminals and other gas related infrastructure will increase India’s capacity to import LNG from 30mn tpy to 44mn tpy, a 46% increase as India continues to make strides in achieving its ambitious target of 15% gas in the energy mix.
https://m.gulf-times.com/story/654754/Q ... o-to-India

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 25 janv. 2020, 11:07

India installed 7.5 GW of solar power and 2.4 GW of wind energy in 2019

January 24, 2020

India’s renewable energy capacity increased to 86 GW in 2019, according to new figures from JMK Research & Analytics, with 7.5 GW of new utility-scale solar capacity being added, and 2.4 GW of new wind power capacity.
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https://www.evwind.es/2020/01/24/india- ... 2019/73225

Ça n'est jamais que 1.5 fois la somme de nouveau solaire PV plus éolien de l'Espagne que j'ai posté il y a 5 minutes.

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 13 janv. 2020, 08:37

La demande de l'Inde en pétrole ça croitr plus que tout autre grande économie, IEA.
India’s Oil Demand To Grow Faster Than Any Other Major Economy

By Tsvetana Paraskova - Jan 11, 2020

By 2040, India’s oil consumption is set to increase at the fastest pace than any major economy in the world as the country is becoming increasingly influential in global energy markets, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its first in-depth review of India’s energy policies launched on Friday.


India’s total energy demand is expected to double by 2040, while demand for electricity could even triple, due to the rising population and the fast-growing economy, the IEA said about India, which has been an IEA association country since March 2017.

Currently, India is the world’s third'slargest consumer of oil, the fourth largest oil refiner, and a net exporter of refined products. India’s oil demand growth rate is expected to surpass the growth pace of China in the middle of the 2020s, making India a very attractive market for refinery investment, according to IEA’s report.

India’s oil import dependency is set to rise significantly in coming decades, from an already high dependency of over 80 percent in 2018.

Therefore, India is making energy security a priority in its policies, the Paris-based agency said.

“India’s coal supply has increased rapidly since the early 2000s, and coal continues to be the largest domestic source of energy supply and electricity generation,” the IEA said.

At the same time, the agency highlighted the strong growth of renewable energy deployment across India, especially solar power.

At present, renewables account for nearly 23 percent of India’s total installed electricity generation capacity.

Last month, India’s Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that India would surpass China to become the world’s largest energy growth driver by 2030.

Commenting on IEA’s report, Pradhan said on Friday:

“We have taken note of IEA’s recommendation for reinforcement of India’s oil emergency response policy. Enhancing international engagement on global oil security issues is already an active goal being pursued by my Ministry. Energy has become an essential commodity in our bilateral trade engagements with several key trading partners and in positioning India as an important strategic player in global energy landscape.”
https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-Gene ... onomy.html

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 29 déc. 2019, 23:00

L'Inde devrait franchir 100 GW de capacité installée solaire PV plus éolien en 2020.
India set to cross 100 GW wind energy and solar power in 2020

December 27, 2019
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https://www.evwind.es/2019/12/27/india- ... 2020/72783

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 13 nov. 2019, 08:26

L'Inde veut du pétrole Russe pour se diversifier du pétrole du Moyen Orient.
Russia's Next Great Energy Ally

By Tsvetana Paraskova - Nov 12, 2019

Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the biggest oil refiner in India, is discussing imports of crude oil from Russia with Russian oil giant Rosneft, IOC’s chairman Sanjiv Singh said on Tuesday.

IOC has so far imported insignificant volumes of oil from Russia, and is now looking to potentially boost its imports of Russian oil, Singh said at the ADIPEC energy conference in Abu Dhabi, as carried by Reuters.

“We are in discussion with Rosneft and we are hopeful that something should work,” IOC’s Singh said.

India, which relies on imports to meet 80-85 percent of its oil demand, aims to cut that reliance and diversify the sources of its crude oil imports to insulate itself from geopolitical risks. Around 60 percent of India’s current oil imports come from the Middle East.

Working with Russia could help India reduce its over-reliance on oil imports, India’s Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said last month.

India has been signing deals with Russia in the energy sector in recent months and years.

In September, Pradhan met in India with Rosneft’s chief executive Igor Sechin to discuss Russian-Indian cooperation in the energy industries in both countries. Indian companies reaffirmed their interest in participating in developing oil and gas projects in Russia, while Rosneft, in a consortium with other foreign investors, is considering investments in doubling the refining throughput of the Vadinar Refinery in India and expanding the retail presence in India of Rosneft-participated Nayara Energy.

Apart from cooperation in the energy sector, Rosneft also aims to boost its oil supplies to one of the fastest-growing demand centers, India.
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https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News ... -Ally.html

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 15 oct. 2019, 00:29

L'Inde engage 60 milliards de dollars dans l'infrastructure du gaz d'ici 2024.
India To Spend $60 Billion On Natural Gas Grid

By Irina Slav - Oct 14, 2019

India is planning to invest $60 billion in developing a national natural gas grid and building a number of import terminals, Reuters reports, adding that the plan is part of efforts to reduce emissions.

Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said the grid should be completed by 2024.

“I am not talking about potential investment. This number relates to the projects that are under execution,” Pradhan said at the India Energy Forum.

Reuters recalls that India’s gas demand was growing at a strong pace about 10 years ago, with the 2010 annual rate of increase reaching an impressive 11 percent. Since then, however, growth has slowed, reaching just 2.5 percent in financial 2018-2019. The reason is the same as the reason for China’s severe gas shortage a year ago: insufficient grid coverage.

BP’s Energy Outlook 2019 forecast that India’s carbon dioxide emissions will grow by 116 percent between 2017 and 2040, while primary energy consumption is expected to grow by 156 percent over the same period. Turning to gas is both cheaper than oil and less polluting when it comes to carbon dioxide.

According to BP, gas demand in India will soar by 240 percent by 2040, to 185 billion cu m annually. Most of this will continue to come from abroad as domestic production grows too slowly to satisfy demand.

In the current financial year, domestic gas production averaged a little over 90 million cu m daily, according to the Petroleum Ministry. Consumption, on the other hand, stood at 148 million cu m daily. LNG imports hit 91 million cu m daily in June.

No wonder, then, that India is in the focus of attention of all LNG producers. The development of a national gas grid will only boost the growth of demand and turn the country into an even more important export destination than it is now.

By Irina Slav for Oilprice.com
https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News ... -Grid.html

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par alain2908 » 04 oct. 2019, 13:28

energy_isere a écrit :
04 oct. 2019, 08:22
En Inde une des plus grosses mines de charbon à ciel ouvert est hors service pour cause d'inondation.
One of India’s largest coal mines is flooded, spelling more bad news for domestic output
Coal India, the state-owned monopoly miner which owns the Dipka mine, supplies over 80% of India’s domestic coal. Dipka alone has an annual output of more than 30 million tonnes, almost 5% of the firm’s total production.
Ca fait 5% de 80 % soit 4 % du flux qui est interrompu.
J'imagine qu'ils ont un peu de stock tampon et de capacité à augmenter sur les 96 % restant.

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par phyvette » 04 oct. 2019, 09:25

Possible, mais il n'est question que de 5% de la production de Coal India, des machines il doit bien y en avoir en doublon dans le pays, c'est juste un problème de logistique, rien d'insurmontable en 10 jours pour un tiers de la production du site.

Les Saouds l'ont fait dans ce temps pour une part de 50% de la production Nationale.

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 04 oct. 2019, 09:10

Quand même
but some heavy machinery has been damaged.

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par phyvette » 04 oct. 2019, 08:43

L'exploitant public prévoit de reprendre un tiers de sa production à Dipka dans les 10 jours. Après tout rien de grave, il suffit juste de pomper de l'eau.

https://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/co ... n-10-days/

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 04 oct. 2019, 08:22

En Inde une des plus grosses mines de charbon à ciel ouvert est hors service pour cause d'inondation.
One of India’s largest coal mines is flooded, spelling more bad news for domestic output

By Kuwar SinghOctober 3, 2019

An unusually rainy stretch towards the end of India’s monsoon season this year has halted production at a major coal mine, worsening the shortfall in the production of the fossil fuel in the country.

On Sept. 29, the Lilagar river in the central state of Chhattisgarh abruptly changed its course, flooding the Dipka coal mine in Korba district.

Chhattisgarh produced the highest quantity of coal in the country in financial year 2018-19. In the past seven days alone, rainfall in the state has been 261% more than its average for this time period over the last 50 years.
All workers at the Dipka mine have been rescued, but some heavy machinery has been damaged.

Coal India, the state-owned monopoly miner which owns the Dipka mine, supplies over 80% of India’s domestic coal. Dipka alone has an annual output of more than 30 million tonnes, almost 5% of the firm’s total production. A Coal India executive told Reuters on the condition of anonymity that production at the mine will be halted for a month due to the flooding.

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https://qz.com/india/1720453/coal-india ... -flooding/

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 28 sept. 2019, 10:32

Un projet de 105 MW de solaire PV flottant va démarrer en Inde.
Tata Power bags 105 MW floating solar power project in Kerala
The project will be executed on a reservoir of NTPC at Kayamkulam in Alappuzha district of the state.


PTI | Updated: September 27, 2019
Delhi

Tata Power Solar has won the bid for 105 MW floating solar energy project in Kerala.

The project will be executed on a reservoir of NTPC at Kayamkulam in Alappuzha district of the state, and will be commissioned not later than 21 months, a company statement said.

"Floating Solar has immense potential in our country and we will ensure that this project will act as a benchmark for floating solar project," Ashish Khanna, MD & CEO, Tata Power Solar and President, Tata Power (Renewables) said.

Tata Power Solar, with 29 years of expertise, is one of the pioneering solar manufacturers in the world and India's largest specialised EPC player.

The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power.
https://energy.economictimes.indiatimes ... t/71321232

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 22 sept. 2019, 09:31

L'indien Petronet signe un MOU avec Tellurian pour un futur contrat de 2.5 milliards de dollar dans le gaz du projet de terminal d'exportation US Driftwood.
Petronet to sign $2.5 billion LNG deal with US developer Tellurian: Sources

This will be part of wider cooperation between both countries, with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expected to meet US President Donald Trump in Houston

Reuters | September 21, 2019

India's Petronet LNG is set to sign a deal with US liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Tellurian Inc worth more than $2 billion in the proposed Driftwood project in Louisiana, two sources told Reuters.

This will be part of wider cooperation between both countries, with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expected to meet US President Donald Trump in Houston this weekend to discuss ways to deepen their energy and trade relationship.

India could increase its trade footprint at a time when the United States and China are in the midst of a tit-for-tat trade war, analysts have said.

Petronet will sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Tellurian on Saturday to invest $2.5 billion for rights of up to 5 million tonnes a year of LNG over the lifespan of the project, two sources familiar with the matter said.

The MOU will be signed at an energy forum in the presence of Modi, one of the sources said, declining to be named as he was not authorised to speak with media.

This would be a big part of Modi's trade discussion with US President Donald Trump, he said.

Indian gas importer Petronet and Tellurian had first signed a broader agreement in February which did not specify investment numbers or offtake volumes.

India is expanding its pipeline network and building new LNG import terminals to encourage the use of cleaner fuel.

Modi has set a target to raise the share of natural gas in India's overall energy mix to 15% in the next few years from about 6.5%.

Tellurian is offering an equity interest in Driftwood Holdings, which comprises Tellurian's upstream company, its pipeline and the upcoming terminal that will be able to export 27.6 million tonnes of LNG a year.

A $500 million investment in Driftwood would give the stakeholder rights over one million tonnes a year of LNG over the life of the project, according to a presentation by Tellurian posted on the US company's website.
https://energy.economictimes.indiatimes ... s/71228278

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 18 sept. 2019, 07:39

L'état de Chhattisgarh déclare qu'il ne construira plus de nouvelles centrales à charbon (ils en on bien assez, dont la dernière en construction de 1600 MW)
One of India’s largest coal-mining states says it will not build new coal power plants

By Akshat Rathi & Kuwar Singh in Raipur, ChhattisgarhSeptember 16, 2019

The future of coal in India may not be as bright as some previously assumed.

The central Indian state of Chhattisgarh, home to the country’s third-largest coal reserves, will not build any new coal power plants, Shailendra Kumar Shukla, chairman of Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Company, a state-owned utility, told Quartz India.

This comes only days after the government in the western state of Gujarat announced it will not give permission to build new coal power plants. Neither state, however, has made the decision permanent via legislation.
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https://qz.com/india/1709483/after-guja ... er-plants/


https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chhattisgarh

Re: Politique énergétique en Inde

par energy_isere » 19 juil. 2019, 07:33

L' Inde à en projet depuis 10 ans de construire son plus grand barrage hydroélectrique.
Le barrage de Dibang, 2880 MW.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dibang_Dam

Le projet repart
Cabinet approves investments in India's largest hydropower plant
The estimated total cost of project is Rs 28080.35 crore and the estimated completion period for the project shall be nine years from receipt of Government sanction.

ET Bureau | July 17, 2019,

NEW DELHI: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved Rs 1600 crore expenditure on pre-inv estment activities and various clearances for Dibang Multipurpose Project in Arunachal Pradesh.

The estimated total cost of project is Rs 28080.35 crore and the estimated completion period for the project shall be nine years from receipt of Government sanction, an official statement said.

The project will generate 2880 mw (12x240 mw) power and is the largest ever hydro electric project to be constructed in India. The dam is 278 metres high and will be the highest dam in India once completed.

The project is located on river Dibang, in Lower Dibang Valley District of Arunachal Pradesh. The project envisages construction of a 278 m high concrete gravity dam.

On completion, the government of Arunachal Pradesh will get 12% free power from the project. One percent free power will be given in Local Area Development FUND (LADF). The total value of benefit to Arunachal Pradesh from free power and contribution to LADF will be Rs 26785 crore over the project life of 40 years.

Dibang Multipurpose Project is envisaged as a storage based hydro-electric project with flood moderation as the key objective. The construction of Dibang MPP shall prevent the sizeable downstream area from floods. After implementation of master plan of Brahmaputra Board for flood moderation of all rivers contributing to river Brahmaputra, of which Dibang MPP is one of the component, sizable area will be protected from flooding and help in mitigating the perennial damage due to floods in Assam, the statement said.

The project is having all statutory clearances including environment clearance, forest clearance (Stage-l) and defence clearance except forest clearance (Stage-II) for seeking Investment Sanction from the Centre.
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https://energy.economictimes.indiatimes ... t/70263775

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