Shell unit Shell Overseas Investments has signed an agreement with Emerging Power, the energy unit of Nickel Asia, to build an initial 1GW solar energy project in the Philippines, reported Reuters.
Chinese battery maker Gotion High Tech Co has revealed its plans to locate one-third of its production capacity overseas by 2025.
L&T Energy’s Hydrocarbon division has secured three offshore packages from an undisclosed overseas company.
PowerX has plans to build Power Base, its first home-grown GW scale battery assembly plant in Tamano City, Okayama Prefecture, Japan.
LG Chem has announced its plans to construct a hydrogen plant in South Korea to generate clean fuel for use in its important petrochemical processing.
South Korean company LG Energy Solution (LGES) has broken ground on nickel processing plant in Indonesia.
Pakistan-based conglomerate Ameer Group has awarded a $4.67bn engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to China-based Dalian Petrochemical (DPC) to build a new deep conversion oil refinery in the Sindh province for Pakistan State Oil (PSO).
Grid scale energy solutions provider Energy Vault Holdings has announced the ground breaking of the first EVx facility in China.
India’s National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has plans to construct three coal-fired power generation plants, reported Live Mint.
Larsen & Toubro’s construction arm has secured orders for its various businesses in India.
Kioxia, memory solutions provider, has held a groundbreaking ceremony for its semiconductor fabrication facility (Fab2) at its Kitakami Plant in Iwate Prefecture, Japan.
Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) has raised a $288m loan for the construction of renewable energy projects.
India-based Larsen & Toubro’s (L&T) Power Transmission & Distribution Business has secured orders in India and the UAE.
A consortium of South Korea-based Samsung C&T Corp and Vietnam-based Lilama Corp has secured a $940m contract to construct first LNG-fired power plant in Vietnam.
SK geo centric (SKGC) and PureCycle Technologies, a US advanced recycling company, have signed a non-binding head of agreement (HOA) to open recycled polypropylene (PP) plant in Ulsan, South Korea.