May 2012
Global Energy Market Research: Spain;May2012, p35
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The article reports on the forecast of energy consumption and demand in Spain. In order to meet the demand, the government plans to build gas power projects, hydropower projects, solar power projects and transmission projects. It relates the construction of Refineria Balboa. Moreover, the Spanish government plans to invest 10 billion euros in the gas transport infrastructures, particularly in the development of the interconnections with France and Portugal.


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