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Chinese energy firms set to benefit from Myanmar turmoil

There is a high risk that political turmoil in Myanmar will negatively affect the energy sector, however, Chinese companies look set to benefit from the tumultuous environment, according to Fitch Solutions Country Risk & Industry Research.

German led low(er) temperature geothermal demonstration project in Indonesia

Geothermal energy is an almost inexhaustible and environmentally friendly source of energy. How geothermal energy can be used to generate electricity is explained by Dr. Ali Saadat, scientist at the German Research Center for Geosciences, in an interview with, the platform of the German Federal Ministry of Eduction & ..

Vietnam, UK boost trade, energy cooperation

NDO/VNA – Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Dang Hoang An recently had a working session with UK Ambassador to Vietnam Gareth Ward to discuss bilateral cooperation in trade and energy.

Military coup poses threat to Myanmar’s energy security: WoodMac

This week’s military coup in Myanmar could have a longer-term impact on the nation’s energy security if key gas field developments do not progress as scheduled, according to a report.

Sun Cable, Australian NTG ink Australian-ASEAN Power Link deal

Singapore-based Sun Cable and the Australian Northern Territory Government (NTG) have signed a project development agreement for the Australian-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL), which would see the territory hosting one of the largest renewable energy systems across the globe.

Japan and ADB to promote clean energy in Southeast Asia

They will focus on the areas of renewable energy, energy conservation and efficiency as well as other technologies that will facilitate the transition to low carbon energy

ADB, Japan to strengthen cooperation on clean energy in ASEAN region

Manila: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Japan‘s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) have signed a memorandum of cooperation to enhance their joint efforts to promote clean energy in southeast Asia.

Japan’s METI sees no immediate impact on Myanmar energy projects after coup

Tokyo — Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry does not see any immediate impact on the energy businesses of Japanese companies in Myanmar after the military seized power on Monday, detaining State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior members of the Southeast Asian country’s ruling party.

Stronger gov’t-private sector cooperation sought for PH energy transition

Between legislated policies or crafted rules and their actual implementations, there are always gaps to be filled in or addressed so tangible investments will flow.

Australian green hydrogen innovator set to flip the Philippines’ coal-fired fleet

Australian technology company Star Scientific has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Philippines’ Department of Energy in order to trace out the use of its game-changing HERO technology. The partnership could see Star Scientific transform every coal-fired power plant in the nation to green hydrogen while also utilising the technology to, among other things, […]