Bloom Energy and Unimicron enter into an agreement to deploy 10 MW of fuel cells at Unimicron’s Taiwanese plants.
Indonesia approves the first development plan for the Tuna offshore gas field. With an estimated total investment of $3.07 billion until production begins. The project is expected to assert Indonesia’s sovereignty in the South Sea, which is subject to numerous tensions with China.
Following the announcement of the cessation of marine war insurance, British reinsurers granted Japan 30 billion yen until March. The aim is to secure fuel imports from Japan via Sakhalin-2 in the Russian Far East at the height of winter demand.
In Japan, ship insurers announced that they were cancelling coverage for war risks in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. The announcement comes after reinsurers withdrew from the region in the face of significant losses.
Rosatom finalizes shipments to China for first CFR-600 fast reactor core load.
India announces a $2 billion plus plan to develop renewable hydrogen production and reduce CO2 emissions.
In Japan, companies are signing several agreements to source LNG from Oman LNG and Venture Global.
Gazprom’s gas exports outside the former Soviet bloc countries fell by 45.5% in 2022, according to announced results.
India, faced with rising carbon emissions, is developing a new hydrogen and carbon market policy for 2023.
In China, the country expects nuclear power to expand in the coming years, even though fuel prices are unstable.