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This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Expatnewsletter.Net related to Hydroelectric. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Hydroelectric.

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All Media Count   17
News Count (W/Clustered)   2 (11.76%)
Distinct Stories   1
Blog Count   14 (82.35%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.29
Combined Polarization   6.74
Combined Activity   0.82
Combined Personalization   0.82
News Tone   -1.20
Blog Tone   0.50
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   4/15/2012
Last Seen   4/5/2013
News/Social Ratio  11.76%
Attention/Loyalty  13 / 2984 days (0.44%)
Domain Type   Blog
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87.50% (14)

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Related People

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Viraphonh Viravong   29.41% (5)
Pianporn Deetes   17.65% (3)
Hugo Chavez   11.76% (2)
Pienporn Deetes   11.76% (2)
Steve Wang   11.76% (2)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

International Rivers   29.41% (5)
Mekong River Commission   29.41% (5)
Xayaburi Power Co   17.65% (3)
Organization Of American States   11.76% (2)
China National Radio   11.76% (2)

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Related Worldwide Cities

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Bangkok, Krung Thep Mahanakhon, Thailand   23.53% (4)
Vientiane, (La11), Laos   23.53% (4)
Beijing, Beijing, China   17.65% (3)
Poyry, Ită¤Uomen Lă¤I, Finland   17.65% (3)
Yangtze, China (General), China   11.76% (2)

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Related Countries
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Singapore   11.76% (2)
China   11.76% (2)

Related Global Regions

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Shanxi, China   11.76% (2)
Sichuan, China   11.76% (2)
Beijing, China   11.76% (2)
Hubei, China   11.76% (2)
Liaoning, China   11.76% (2)

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Outlet Location Countries

United States   11.76% (1)



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Top News Outlets

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Expatnewsletter.Net   5.88% (1)
Reuters.Com   5.88% (1)

Top Blogs

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Expatnewsletter.Net   82.35% (14)

News Articles

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Thousands being moved from China's Three Gorges - again | Reuters

...... associated with the Three Gorges dam illustrate China's energy dilemma: To move away from its reliance on coal-fired power plants, Beijing says it has to develop cleaner forms of power. Hydropower is the most cost-effective way China can meet its energy needs, but its problems are still unfolding. China built the dam to tame flooding on the Yangtze, improve shipping and produce pollutant-free ......

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Pol: 6.43%
Act: 23.04%
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More public cooperation sought amid worries about surge in power demand

...... consumption, there should be no need for an increase in the fuel adjustment tariff (FT) rate. "As a long-term solution, the Energy Minister has agreed to set up of coal-power plants and hydropower plants in neighbouring countries if we are unable to build them in Thailand. Egat is currently negotiating with Myanmar to build a coal-power plant in Dawei with a capacity of about 4,000 megawatts, ......

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Tone: 3.37%
Pol: 5.39%
Act: 25.93%
Per: 1.01%
Que: 0.00%
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Vientiane says sorry for broken Xayaburi ground

...... conduct a comprehensive study into the project, which may take 10 years," Mr Viravong said. "It has never related to the Xayaburi dam alone. I always said it was not fair to single out hydropower, because hydropower dams are not the only thing which will affect the Mekong river delta. "There are six areas such as irrigation, industrial use of water and mining that can create impacts, not ......

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Pol: 6.55%
Act: 27.18%
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Saudi plotted attack on Bush home

...... was serious about his plans. The FBI found bomb-making materials in the 22-year-old's Lubbock, Texas home just before his February 2011 arrest. Nuclear power plants and hydroelectric dams were also on his list of targets. At the sentencing in Amarillo, Texas, Judge Donald Walter said: "The bottom line is that but by the grace of God there would be dead Americans. "You would ......

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Tone: -3.91%
Pol: 10.24%
Act: 22.53%
Per: 0.74%
Que: 0.00%
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Laos approves Mekong dam over environmentalist objections

...... minister of Energy and Mines, told dpa. The ceremony will mark the beginning of work in the river bed, with construction on access roads and facilities already under way. The hydroelectric project is to be the first run-of-river dam tobe built on the lower Mekong. Four dams have already been built onthe upper Mekong in China. The project has been criticised by environmentalists, ......

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Tone: 2.29%
Pol: 4.75%
Act: 20.07%
Per: 1.41%
Que: 9.52%
Exc: 0.00%

Laos to start building Xayaburi dam

...... Laos will this week start construction of the 120 billion baht hydropower Xayaburi dam on the Mekong River that has been delayed for 18 months amid fierce opposition from downstream countries and activist groups. The ground-breaking ceremony will take place on Wednesday at the site of the dam, according to Lao Deputy Minister of Energy and Mines Viraphonh Viravong. Bangkok-based Ch ......

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Tone: -3.14%
Pol: 8.32%
Act: 23.11%
Per: 1.29%
Que: 0.00%
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