In a Facebook post, Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen described the country’s first few drops of oil as “a blessing for Cambodia” and “an important first step”.
The Manpower Industry Steering Committee Working Group for Energy (MISC-WG Energy) Lead Hajah Rosita binti Hassan yesterday delved into how the newly launched SkillUP application is set to transform the work environment across the nation. The application was developed in tandem with the iSKill programme to ensure the workforce’s skills set meets international standards.
Brunei Darussalam continues to create new economic opportunities to diversify the country’s economy. Alongside other sectors, the downstream oil and gas sector plays an important role in reshaping the country’s economic landscape and boosting resilience during a time of global oil market uncertainties.
NDO – A network of pioneering businesses for renewable energy was announced at the Vietnam Corporate Sustainability Forum 2020 in Hanoi on December 10, in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam.
The Vietnamese government is mulling a significant reduction of feed-in tariff rates for wind. The Global Wind Energy Council has cautioned the move could see disgruntled investors pack their bags, derailing the nation’s wind targets.
PTT : announced the launch of new business – the first one-stop service for renewable energy certificates and renewable purchases in Thailand
To reinforce PTT’s leadership in energy innovation for the future, PTT launched the new business in one-stop service for Renewable Energy Certificate (REC), leveraging blockchain technology, to fully meet the strong demand from multinational companies for renewable energy in Thailand and the ASEAN region, continuing PTT’s sustainability mission.
Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Hoang Quoc Vuong has been appointed the new president of oil giant Petrovietnam.
Energy officials expect to sign power purchase agreements (PPAs) under the “Energy for All” renewable power scheme in March next year.
Despite a need to shift towards defensive business operations, including cuts in capital spending and salaries among executives during the recession, Banpu Plc is not losing steam as it grows in the clean energy field.
Ratch Group, Thailand’s largest private power producer by capacity, plans additional mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for power generation assets in a bid to achieve capacity expansion to 10,000 megawatts by 2025.