5th Annual Small HydroApril 16 - 17, 2013, Vancouver, Canada
While Canada is one of the world leaders in small hydro power consumption, its potential for further developments is far from depleted. Therefore, Arena International has nominated Canada as the ideal location to host and carry forward our successful Small Hydro conference series.
We are extremely proud to announce start of production of Arena International’s 5th annual Small Hydro Conference in Vancouver, Canada. We are pleased to welcome back North America’s key power generation companies, developers, EPC contractors as well as government bodies and financial investors at an international event that jumps to new heights from year to year.
This year we are fervently and passionately working on providing state-of-the-art solutions and case study-based success stories to solve the key challenges of small hydro development, such as permitting, regulation and investment .
Directly responding to worldwide calls for clean renewable energy, many of the 2013 agenda topics will link back to the environmental integrity of your project, clarify investment opportunities and help you cut costs in a time-efficient manner.
With industry leaders delivering talks that will revolutionize your business performance, can you afford to miss this event?
Arena International is proud to announce the return of Small Hydro Canada on 16th and 17th April, 2013 in Vancouver, Canada.
Arena International would like to welcome you to Small Hydro 2013! This year’s event will take place in Vancouver, Canada in April 2013. Check back regularly to see updates to the speaker line-up and conference programme!
SAN ANDREAS - The age of massive hydroelectric dam construction ended several decades ago in the United States, but it could be that an era of building small hydro projects is just beginning.
There are plenty of opportunities to enter the rapidly expanding small hydro market across Latin America, as reported at a recent conference held in Panama City.
Bill would make approval process faster for small hydroelectric projects
Global Small Hydro Power Market Analysis to 2020 - Installed Capacity, Generation, Investment Trends
Hydropower is the largest renewable source of power generation and currently accounts for about 20% of the world’s total electricity supply. The world’s hydropower installed capacity increased from 695.8GW (Gigawatts) in 2001 to 888.8GW in 2009, registering a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 3.1%. Since hydropower is a mature technology, it has witnessed a modest growth rate.
Tethys Petroleum has completed the farm-out agreement it announced last December with subsidiaries of Total Exploration and Production and China National Petroleum (CNPC) in Tajikistan.
US-based company EP Energy has signed three separate purchase and sale agreements to sell natural gas properties in the country for an estimated $1.3bn.
Cabinda Gulf Oil Company, a subsidiary of energy corporation Chevron, has commenced liquefied natural gas (LNG) production at the Angola LNG project.
US-based Par Petroleum has signed an agreement with Tesoro to acquire Tesoro Hawaii for $75m in cash.
Constitution Pipeline Company has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for approval to construct a 122-mile pipeline in northeastern Pennsylvania, US.
UK-based energy utility Centrica has acquired a 25% interest in the PEDL165 or Bowland exploration licence in Lancashire, England, from Cuadrilla Resources and AJ Lucas for £40m in cash.
Libya has signed an agreement with Tunisia to supply about 450,000 barrels of oil a month until the end of 2013 and 650,000 barrels per month during 2014, at special rates
RockBridge Energy Alberta, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canada-based RockBridge Resources, has signed a purchase and sale agreement with Avatar Energy to acquire its certain oil and gas properties in southern Alberta, Canada, for about $80,000 in cas…