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Japan looks to ASEAN nations for carbon capture and storage

TOKYO — Japan, the U.S., Australia and the 10 members of ASEAN are forming a partnership to commercialize the technology behind carbon capture, utilization and storage as early as this decade, opening up ways to bury carbon dioxide in Southeast Asia to reduce emissions.

Explainer: How hydropower dams can help ASEAN fight climate change

Dams are infrastructures built to control river flow and store large amounts of water in artificial lakes or reservoirs.

Now Toshiba is getting out of the coal business

Three months after it began work on the $2.7bn Van Phong 1 thermal power plant in Vietnam, Toshiba has decided to end its involvement in coal power.

Shell Singapore to repurpose core business, downsize Pulau Bukom refinery in low-carbon shift

SINGAPORE: Shell Singapore said on Tuesday (Nov 10) that it plans to repurpose its core business and halve its crude processing capacity at its Pulau Bukom oil refinery, as part of an overhaul in its journey towards a low-carbon future.

Qatar, Singapore natural gas deal will detail carbon emissions

The natural gas industry is under increasing pressure to reduce emissions in the fight against climate change.

Sustainability bond will position Malaysia as a regional sustainable lifestyle bub

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 7 (Bernama): The first Sustainability Bond in Malaysia for environmental and social initiatives to be issued by the government will position Malaysia as a regional hub for a sustainable lifestyle, said the head of a solar photovoltaic (PV) solutions company.

Malaysia’s energy giant Petronas targets net zero emissions by 2050

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian state-owned energy giant Petroliam Nasional Berhad, or Petronas, said on Thursday it aims to become a net zero emitter of greenhouse gases by 2050 and also plans to increase its investments in renewable energy.

Philippines declares no new coal plants — but lets approved projects through

MANILA — The Philippines’ energy department has declared a moratorium on new coal-fired power plants, following a reassessment of the country’s energy system. But while the ban halts applications for new plants, it will not extend to previously approved projects that are already in the pipeline.

Malaysia’s Petronas eyes net-zero emissions by 2050

Malaysian oil and gas producer Petronas has announced an aspiration to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, making it the first state-owned Asian energy company to set such a goal.

Indonesia’s commitment to handling climate change undeterred: Minister

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati expressed strong belief in the Indonesian government’s commitment to handling issues on climate change despite its current emphasis on tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.