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WP expects LPG sales to increase 9.2% this year

SET-listed WP Energy, Thailand’s second-largest liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) trader, expects its 2022 sales to grow by 9.2% to 765,000 tonnes, increasing from a low baseline as the country’s economy reopens, says deputy chief executive Noppavong Omathikul.

Use of EVs in commercial setting vital

The government is being urged to promote commercial electric vehicles (EVs), especially in mass transit and the transport of goods, as part of its efforts to grow the EV ecosystem amid growing concerns over carbon dioxide emissions and PM2.5 ultra-fine dust.

Indonesia warns coal supply crunch not over as China prices rally

JAKARTA: Indonesia has warned that its coal supply situation remains critical, ahead of Wednesday’s (Jan 5) review of its export ban, unnerving global markets for the fuel used to generate most of the electricity that drives Asia’s biggest economies.

Government’s steps to halt exports paid off: Jokowi

Jakarta (ANTARA) – President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) highlighted that the government’s efforts to stop the exports of mining raw materials had positively impacted the trade balance while affirming that the policy would continue to be applied.

DoE backs power industry system audit after typhoon damage

THE Department of Energy (DoE) said on Monday that it is seeking a system audit of the power sector after Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) did extensive damage to the industry.

Most typhoon-hit Metro Cebu areas still without power

CEBU CITY – Eighteen days after Typhoon Odette, the Visayan Electric Co. on Monday reported that 28 percent of the 474,182 households and establishments in Metro Cebu have been reenergized.

Indonesia Bans Coal Exports until January 31

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Indonesia’s Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry has temporarily banned coal exports from January 1 to 31, 2022, to ensure the availability of coal stocks for domestic power plants.

Indonesia bans coal exports in January on domestic power worries

JAKARTA, Jan 1 (Reuters) – Indonesia has banned coal exports in January due to concerns that low supplies at domestic power plants could lead to widespread blackouts, a senior official at the energy ministry said on Saturday.

Bohol starts 2022 with needed power, water aid

The provincial office of the Department of Trade and Industry sends 69 show-cause orders to supermarkets and groceries amid complaints of overpricing

87% of power lines restored post-Odette, but distribution a problem

MANILA, Philippines – The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) said 87% of power transmission lines have been restored in areas affected by Typhoon Odette, but distribution facilities need fixing before electricity can return to households.