Turkey's Renewable Capacity to Grow by 35% in 2023

Turkey's Renewable Capacity to Grow by 35% in 2023

Turkey’s renewable capacity is expected to expand by 35 percent, or almost 14 gigawatts (GW), by 2023, according to the International Energy Agency's (IEA) Renewables 2018 market analysis and forecast report released Monday

Gazprom, OMV to Form Gas Cooperation Committee

Gazprom, OMV to Form Gas Cooperation Committee

Russian Gazprom and Austrian OMV will form a joint coordinating committee to collaborate in the natural gas sector, Gazprom announced late on Thursday

Turkey's Electricity Consumption Rises 1.69% in Sep.

Turkey's Electricity Consumption Rises 1.69% in Sep.

Turkey's electricity consumption increased by 1.69 percent in September compared to the same month last year, according to Turkey's Energy and Natural Resources Ministry on Friday

Ιran Signs Deal to Build 540 MW Power Plant in Syria

Ιran Signs Deal to Build 540 MW Power Plant in Syria

Syria signed an agreement with the Iranian Mapna Group to build a 540-megawatt gas-fired power plant on the country's coastal city of Latakia, Reza Ardakanian, Iran's energy minister said late Tuesday

Solar Comprises 60% of Turkey's Renewables Employment

Solar Comprises 60% of Turkey's Renewables Employment

Turkey's solar energy has around 50,000 employees corresponding to 60 percent of employment in the entire renewable energy sector, a road map of the International Solar Energy Society's Turkey Section (GUNDER) showed Tuesday

Turkish Firms to Bid in Iraqi Petroleum Purchase Tender Worth $1B

Turkish Firms to Bid in Iraqi Petroleum Purchase Tender Worth $1B

A number of Turkish companies will attend a bidding process in Iraq, where the central government is planning to buy 200,000 tons of petrol and diesel every three months, according to the Turkish language daily, Dünya. The bidding process will eventually include the purchase of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) as well

Megaprojects Are Back With LNG Canada Approval: Woodmac

Megaprojects Are Back With LNG Canada Approval: Woodmac

LNG Canada, comprising a $18 billion LNG plant to be located in British Columbia and a $3.5 billion pipeline, is the first LNG project to reach a final investment decision (FID) in Canada, according to Dulles Wang, director of North America gas at Wood Mackenzie on Tuesday

Vattenfall to Provide Climate-Smart Energy in France

Vattenfall to Provide Climate-Smart Energy in France

Swedish Vattenfall will offer retail customers climate-smart energy with the goal of helping reduce dependency on fossil fuels starting from Monday, Oct. 1, the company announced Monday

Clean Energy Key to Decarbonizing Europe's Economy

Clean Energy Key to Decarbonizing Europe's Economy

The renewables-based electrification of Europe’s industrial processes, buildings and transport would allow Europe to reduce energy-related CO2 emissions by 90 percent by 2050, according to WindEurope latest report on Tuesday

Turkey to Continue Buying Iranian Gas: Erdogan

Turkey to Continue Buying Iranian Gas: Erdogan

Turkey will continue to purchase Iranian natural gas, Reuters reported Wednesday quoting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In a late Tuesday interview with Reuters in New York on the sidelines of the annual United Nations General Assembly meeting, Erdogan said the U.S. threats to punish countries doing business with Iran would not deter Turkey from purchasing Iranian natural gas

Volvo Trucks to Introduce All-electric Trucks in North America

Volvo Trucks to Introduce All-electric Trucks in North America

As part of an innovative partnership between the Volvo Group, California's South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD), and industry leaders in transportation and electrical charging infrastructure, Volvo Trucks will introduce all-electric truck demonstrators in California next year, and commercialize them in North America in 2020

 Turkey's LPG Imports Fall 5.1% Year on Year in July

Turkey's LPG Imports Fall 5.1% Year on Year in July

Turkey's liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) imports decreased by nearly 5.1 percent to 287 thousand tons in July compared to the same month last year, according to the latest data revealed by the country's energy watchdog