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@PamplonaTrader@newstracker Re #natgas#gas trade, both. If weather cooperates, chart suggests natgas could break out to the $3.80-$4.00 range over the next few months. Genscape just estimated a 74 bcf injection vs forecasts of 72 bcf injection. I am taking some money off the table before the official stats at 10:30 AM ET.
@tommysea change #1- floating storage regasification units. Small, portable units. They allow smaller LNG demand markets to be opened up. Quick to startup. Below the radar. Collectively they are material. #natgas could tip markets to under supply
@Excelsior@Xriva - At present Nuclear is still very much needed in many countries like the US, Russia, France, S. Korea, China, India, etc... however, these recent developments in France, Switzerland, and Vietnam weren't a positive. The recent earthquake in Japan was also a sucker-punch while the #Uranium price is down, that we could have done without.
#RenewableEnergy sources of energy are gaining traction - but they are not there yet to handle all the developed countries or emerging markets base load power concerns. The #Energy Sector will continue to be a mix of multiple inputs over the next decade or two, and personally, I want to own a little of all of it #Oil, #NatGas, #Nuclear, #Hydroelectric, #Solar, #Wind, #Geothermal, #Tidal (however, I'm not really a fan of #Coal).
@newstrackerChina aims to cap total primary energy consumption at around 4.4 billion tons of coal equivalent in 2017, the director of the National Energy Administration said on Wednesday, close to 2016 levels as the country continues a push to use cleaner fuel. The world's biggest consumer of energy plans to lift the ratio of natural gas in its energy mix to 6.8 percent next year from 5.9 percent in 2015. The goal was to reduce coal consumption to around 60 percent of the total next year from 64 percent in 2015. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-energy-idUSKBN14H1EG#coal#energy#china#natgas
@ExcelsiorWell I just blew my wad posting on the #Korelin Economics Report about #RenewableEnergy companies that have #Geothermal exposure. Of course these companies also have exposure to #Solar#Wind#Biomass#Hydroelectric#Thermal and #NatGas plants, but I thought it may be nice to post this info in here for anyone interested: #Energy#GreenEnergy#AlternateEnergy
1) “Alterra Power Corp. is a leading global renewable energy company, managing eight power plants totaling 825 MW of generation capacity including British Columbia’s largest run-of-river hydro facility and largest wind farm, the recently completed Shannon and Jimmie Creek projects, two geothermal facilities in Iceland and a solar facility in Indiana. Alterra owns a 385 MW share of this capacity, generating over 1,700 GWh of clean power annually. Alterra also has an extensive portfolio of exploration and development projects and a skilled team of developers, builders and operators to support its growth plans.”
Alterra Power – Corporate Presentation:
[Pg 5 shows their Geothermal projects with the red bullseyes]
2) “U.S. Geothermal Inc. is a leading and profitable renewable energy company focused on the development, production and sale of electricity from geothermal energy. The company is currently operating geothermal power projects at: Neal Hot Springs, Oregon; San Emidio, Nevada; and Raft River, Idaho for a total power generation of approximately 45 MWs. The company is also developing an additional 90 MW’s of projects at: the Geysers, California; a second phase project at San Emidio, Nevada; Crescent Valley, Nevada; and the El Ceibillo project located near Guatemala City, Guatemala. ”
3) US Geothermal – Corporate Presenation:
4) Algonquin Power has 3 Thermal Projects , along with wind, solar, hydro:
Thermal is a slightly different animal in that they are burning up some other fuel source to power boiling water and the steam turns the turbines, but I thought I’d throw it up as another alternate power company.
5) Polaris Infrastructure owns and operates a single operating asset – San Jacinto Geothermal power plant Located in Nicaragua, but has other exploration targets to expand their operations:
Polaris Infrastructure Corporate Presentation:
6) Calpine Corporation has over 80 different power plants of various types but they are also:
– Largest operator of combined heat and power (cogeneration) technology in America
• Largest geothermal power producer in America
Calpine Corporation – Corporate Presentation:
7) “Ormat Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ORA) is a world leader in the geothermal power plant sector. As a geothermal company we have three decades of experience in the development of state-of-the-art, environmentally sound power solutions, primarily in geothermal and recovered energy generation. In addition to designing, developing, building, owning and operating geothermal energy and recovered energy-based power plants in the United States and other countries, Ormat also designs, manufactures and sells power units and other power generating equipment for geothermal power plants and recovered energy-based electricity generation.”
Ormat Technologies – Corporate Presentation:
8) “Cyrq Energy has the reputation for operating geothermal energy power plants in very challenging circumstances. Finding, developing and managing a geothermal resource to its full potential is difficult when one relies on the invisible heat beneath the earth for a long-term fuel supply. Cyrq Energy has developed the proven expertise to fully develop, operate and manage successful power plants for the long term. Cyrq Energy is often called upon to address and fix difficult underperforming geothermal sites. ”
Cyrq Energy Projects Overview:
9) “Terra-Gen owns 1051 MWs (net equity) of wind, geothermal and solar generating capacity in operation across 25 renewable power facilities throughout the Western United States with a focus on the California Marketplace. ”
Terra-Gen Power Projects overview:
10) Enel Green Power has a various power plants in Solar, Wind, Biomass, Geothermal and Hydroelectric:
Here is the Enel Green Power – Geothermal Projects
11) “BHE Renewables’ geothermal facilities operate as CalEnergy Operations and are based in Calipatria, California. The company owns 10 geothermal facilities in California’s Imperial Valley that have the capacity to produce up to 338 megawatts. Its natural gas-fueled plants include a 551-megawatt plant in Illinois, a 240-megawatt plant in New York, a 212-megawatt plant in Texas and a 50-megawatt plant in Arizona.”
BHE Renewables – Corporate Fact Sheet: (part of Cal Energy, that is part of Berkshire Hathaway)