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    Price Change %3-weeks3-monthsSJD-9.56%13.5%Electric0.75%7.21%VN Index-0.81%17.15%

    Price Change %2-weeks3-monthsAHPC24.81%-17%Nepse3.26%5.59%

    Price Change %1-week3-monthsBPCL-6.98%-28.57%HydroPower4.62%Nepse2.23%5.59%

    Gia Lai Hydropower trails 82% of stocks 04 April, 2014 17:30 ICT

    04/04/2014

    Gia Lai Hydropower JSC (HNU:GHC), Vietnam's 11th largest energy company by market capitalisation, decreased VND500.0 (or 1.6%) to close at VND31,000.0, ending a two-day streak of rises. In the Vietnam market of 566 stocks traded today, the stock has a 6-month relative price strength of 18 indicating it is trailing 82% of the market. Compared with the VN Index which rose 3.2 points (or 0.5%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -2.1%.

    BEARISH SIGNALS
    Fundamentals:
    Overvaluation [compared with sector average]:
    + Price/Sales of 2.3 [0.6].

    Haitian Hydropower International inches higher, resistance at 12-day EMA 04 April, 2014 17:00 HKT

    04/04/2014

    Haitian Hydropower International Ltd. (HK:08261), increased 1.7% but fell short of the 12-day Exponential Moving Average [EMA] of 61.80c. Compared with the Hang Seng Index which fell 43.5 points (or 0.2%) in the day, this represented a relative price increase of 1.9%.

    BULLISH SIGNALS
    Technicals:
    Uptrend: The stock rose 1.7% on high volatility today and expanding price range.

    Weekly: Can Don Hydro Power falls for a third consecutive week, a three-week fall of 9.6%

    04/04/2014

    Can Don Hydro Power Joint Stock Company (HOSE:SJD) fell VND300.0 (or 1.3%) to close at VND22,700.0. The volume was 0.5 times average trading per week of 147,050 shares. The stock fell for a third consecutive week on Friday bringing its three-week fall to VND2,400.0 or 9.6%. Compared with the VN Index which fell 4.8 points (or 0.8%) in the three weeks, this represented a relative price change of -8.8%. In the past three weeks the market capitalisation has declined VND98.4 billion.

    France funding hydro in Pakistan

    04/04/2014

    The French Development Agency (AFD) has agreed to provide EUR 61 million in funding for Mohmand/Munda and Harpo hydropower projects in Pakistan with a total capacity of 775MW.

    Tazi Twe Hydroelectric Project (Elizabeth Falls Hydro Project))

    04/04/2014

    Project Start: 2000
    Project Status: Active
    Project Phase: Execution- Study
    Facility Type: Hydroelectric Plant
    Capacity: 42-50 megawatts (MW)
    The proposed Tazi Twe Hydroelectric Project (formerly known as the Elizabeth Falls Hydro Project) is a water diversion hydroelectric project located on reserve land that has been designated for the Project by the Black Lake First Nation. The primary components of the Project include the construction of a water inlet structure on Black Lake across from Fir Island, a power tunnel to transport the diverted water to a power generation station and a tail race to return the water to the Fond du Lac River near Middle Lake. The Project also includes the construction of a submerged weir at the mouth of the Fond du Lac River to stabilize/maintain water levels on Black Lake, as well as the construction of access roads and a bridge across the Fond du Lac River to enable construction and operation of the Project.

    Hydro screw fitting takes wrong turn

    04/04/2014

    RESIDENTS behind the scheme at Osney Lock breathed a sign of relief when the 11.5-tonne steel screw centrepiece was fitted last week.

    France to provide $85.5m funding for two hydropower projects in Pakistan

    04/04/2014

    To this effect, credit facility agreements for the establishment of two hydropower projects have been signed between Economic Affairs Division (EAD) secretary Nargis Sethi; Ambassador of France to Pakistan Philippe Thi'baud; and French Development Agency (AFD) country director Denis Cassat.

    120 MW Vyasi Hydroelectric Power Project

    04/04/2014

    Status : Active
    Phase : Awarded
    Sector : Power and Water
    Facility type : Hydroelectric Power Plant
    Location : Dehradun, Uttarakhand
    Scope :

    Naloi Hydropower decreases 0.8% on thin volume 04 April, 2014 17:30 ICT

    04/04/2014

    Naloi Hydropower (HNX:NLC), Vietnam's 11th largest electric company by market capitalisation, decreased VND200.0 (or 0.8%) to close at VND24,300.0. Compared with the VN Index which rose 3.2 points (or 0.5%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -1.4%. The volume was 0.7 times the average trading of 5,269 shares.

    BEARISH SIGNALS
    Fundamentals:
    + As per the Du Pont analysis, Return on Equity of 9.5% is lower than sector average of 10.3%. This is computed as net profit margin of 19.3% times asset turnover [sales/assets] of 0.46 times leverage factor [total assets/shareholders' equity] of 1.1.

    France to provide funding for two hydro power projects in Pakistan

    04/04/2014

    The Government of France has agreed to provide PKR8.5bn ($86.61m) funding for establishing two hydro power projects totaling 775MW in Pakistan.

    Vorotan Hydros

    04/04/2014

    Project Start : 2013
    Project Status : Active
    Phase : Planning
    Project Cost : USD 180 million
    Facility Type : hydroelectric power plants
    Capacity : 405 MW
    Status Pending Approval
    The proposed project entails the acquisition, operation, maintenance and major electro-mechanical rehabilitation of the 404.2MW Vorotan cascade of hydropower plants (HPPs) along the Vorotan River (together, the Vorotan Cascade ) in southern Armenia (the project ), including the following:

    Dasu hydropower project: phase-1 cost slashed on strong PKR, other factors

    04/03/2014

    The cost of Dasu Hydropower Project, phase-1 has been slashed by about Rs 28 billion from Rs 514.473 billion to Rs 486.093 billion due to rupee appreciation and inclusion of land price, reveal official documents. Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) headed by Finance Minister, Senator Ishaq Dar, in its meeting on March 28, 2014 approved the phase-1 of this project being funded by the World Bank.

    The project is located in District Upper Kohistan of Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The proposed project envisages the construction of stage-I (2160 MW) at Dasu and includes acquisition of land including resettlement, construction of offices, colonies, project access road and pre-construction activities. According to documents, it was stated that the total rationalised cost of the stage-I of project is Rs 486.0933 billion with FEC at Rs 218.5475 billion. The PSDP allocation (2013-14) for the project was Rs 1.745billion and the completion period of the stage-I of the project was 41/2 years.

    Nathpa Jhakri power station establishes record generation

    04/03/2014

    Shimla, April 2 -- Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam ltd's (SJVNL) 1500 megawatt Nathpa Jhakri hydro power station has set up another record of power generation by generating 7,193 million units of electricity during fiscal 2013-14.

    Krasnoyarsk Hydro-Power Plant drops 3.5%, 5 days' volume in a day 03 April, 2014 18:00 SAMT

    04/03/2014

    Krasnoyarsk Hydro-Power Plant (MICEX:KRSG), Russia's 12th largest electric company by market capitalisation, dropped RUB1.32 (or 3.5%) to close at RUB36.43. This has been exacerbated by high volume of 4.9 times average. Compared with the MICEX Index which fell 10.2 points (or 0.7%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -2.8%.

    Agreement signed for acquiring 4418 k land

    04/03/2014

    ABBOTABAD, April 3 -- The Administration of Hazara Division and Management of Suki Kanari Hydro Power Project, Mansehra has signed an agreement for acquisition of 4418 kanals of land to construct 870 Mega Watt power production project in Mansehra District near Kaghan.

    Intervention urged for dam

    04/03/2014

    In anticipation of a regional summit this weekend, government officials and civil society have their sights locked on a controversial hydropower development just across the Cambodian border in Laos.

    NGO Forum submitted an open letter yesterday urging Prime Minister Hun Sen to confront Laos about its Don Sahong hydropower project, which environmentalists have described as a potential disaster for the Mekong's biodiversity and the food security the river provides to millions.

    Weekly: Arun Valley Hydropower Development continues significant uptrend

    04/03/2014

    Arun Valley Hydropower Development Company Limited (NEPSE:AHPC) rose for a second week on Thursday bringing its a two-week rise to NPR99.0 or 24.8%. The share price jumped NPR98.0 (or 24.5%) in the trailing week to close at NPR498.0. Compared with the Nepse Index which rose 17.4 points (or 2.2%) in the week, this represented a relative price increase of 22.3%. In the past week the market capitalisation has jumped NPR298.8 million.

    1200 MW Stigliers Gorge I Hydropower Project

    04/03/2014

    Project End: 2020
    Project Status: Active
    Project Phase: Execution
    Project Location: Tanzania
    Facility Type: Hydropower
    Project Value: USD 1084 Million
    Capacity: 1200 MW
    Scope of Work:
    Construction of 1200 MW Stigliers Gorge I Hydropower Project in Tanzania.
    Project completion date : 2020-12-31 12:00:00
    Major organization : EASTERN AFRICA POWER POOL (EAPP)

    Address : House No. 513 Kirkos Sub-City,
    P. O. Box 100644, Addis Ababa
    http://www.eappool.org

    Country :Ethiopia
    Email : eapp@eappool.org
    Ltd.

    Central Hydropower increases 0.8%, 5 days' volume in a day 03 April, 2014 17:30 ICT

    04/03/2014

    Central Hydropower JSC (HNU:CHP), Vietnam's 3rd largest energy company by market capitalisation, increased VND100.0 (or 0.8%) to close at VND12,100.0. This has been propped up by high volume of 4.6 times average. Compared with the VN Index which rose 8.2 points (or 1.4%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -0.6%.

    Weekly: Butwal Power shares post worst week in eleven months

    04/03/2014

    Butwal Power Co. Ltd. (NEPSE:BPCL), Nepal's 2nd largest hydropower company by market capitalisation, tumbled NPR60.0 (or 7.0%) in the trailing week to close at NPR800.0. The shares had their worst week in eleven months since the week ended May 16, 2013. Compared with the Nepse Index which rose 17.4 points (or 2.2%) in the week, this represented a relative price change of -9.2%. In the past week the market capitalisation has declined NPR609.2 million.

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