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Canberra Times
Portland smelter's future in doubt with axing of power contracttheir agreements. The plant is majority owned by a joint venture of Alcoa and
Portland smelter's future in doubt with axing of power contract
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
their agreements. The plant is majority owned by a joint venture of Alcoa and Alumina, with China's CITIC and Japan's Marubeni Corp holding smaller shares. "AGL expects the Portland facility to continue to operate, meaning physical demand for... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Portland smelter's future in doubt with axing of power contracttheir agreements. The plant is majority owned by a joint venture of Alcoa and
Portland smelter's future in doubt with axing of power contract
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
their agreements. The plant is majority owned by a joint venture of Alcoa and Alumina, with China's CITIC and Japan's Marubeni Corp holding smaller shares. "AGL expects the Portland facility to continue to operate, meaning physical demand for... Read more
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The Age
Portland smelter's future in doubt with axing of power contracttheir agreements. The plant is majority owned by a joint venture of Alcoa and
Portland smelter's future in doubt with axing of power contract
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
their agreements. The plant is majority owned by a joint venture of Alcoa and Alumina, with China's CITIC and Japan's Marubeni Corp holding smaller shares. "AGL expects the Portland facility to continue to operate, meaning physical demand for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Portland smelter's future in doubt with axing of power contracttheir agreements. The plant is majority owned by a joint venture of Alcoa and
Portland smelter's future in doubt with axing of power contract
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
their agreements. The plant is majority owned by a joint venture of Alcoa and Alumina, with China's CITIC and Japan's Marubeni Corp holding smaller shares. "AGL expects the Portland facility to continue to operate, meaning physical demand for... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Quezon bent on auctioning off Pagbilao plant over back taxesTE head of external affairs, said in a statement. TE is a joint venture of Jap
Quezon bent on auctioning off Pagbilao plant over back taxes
Inquirier.net / Posted 17 days ago
TE head of external affairs, said in a statement. TE is a joint venture of Japanese firms Tokyo Electric Power Co. and Marubeni Corp. Aside from the Pagbilao plant, it operates other generating facilities acquired from the United States-based... Read more
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Japan Today
Business lobby says Abe gov't can't rely on nuclear energy ‹ Japan Todaywill become a laughing stock if we do not encourage renewable power,” said Asad
Business lobby says Abe gov't can't rely on nuclear energy ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 1 months ago
will become a laughing stock if we do not encourage renewable power,” said Asada, who is also chairman of trading house Marubeni Corp. Long dependent on imported fossil fuels, Japan’s government and big business actively promoted nuclear energy... Read more
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Reuters
Japan business lobby says Abe government can't rely on nuclear energywill become a laughing stock if we do not encourage renewable power," said Asad
Japan business lobby says Abe government can't rely on nuclear energy
Reuters / Posted 1 months ago
will become a laughing stock if we do not encourage renewable power," said Asada, who is also chairman of trading house Marubeni Corp. Long dependent on imported fossil fuels, Japan's government and big business actively promoted nuclear energy... Read more

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