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House continues to find ways to boost energy industry

MANILA – The House Committee on Energy, chaired by Pampanga 2nd District Representative Juan Miguel “Mikey” Macapagal Arroyo, has passed important laws to ensure adequate and affordable power and fuel in the country, while continuing to find ways to further improve the local industry and economy.

Govt lays out energy supply plan

Thailand is unlikely to face the shortages of electricity being experienced in Vietnam and Sri Lanka, the Energy Ministry said on Saturday in an attempt to allay fears that the problem could spread to Thailand as well.

Vietnam faces imminent power shortage, calls for energy-saving

HANOI, April 2 (Reuters): Vietnam’s state-run utility EVN had announced this week and called on citizens to save energy as it warned of electricity shortages from next month due to tight coal supplies.

DOE sees adequate power supply during elections period

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Energy (DOE) said Friday that there will be sufficient power supply during elections period, adding that it does not foresee any shortage in reserves in the first three weeks of May.

Measures to enhance Singapore’s energy security extended to Jun 30 amid global volatility

SINGAPORE: Measures put into place to enhance Singapore’s energy security will be extended to the end of June, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) announced on Thursday (Mar 30).

Consumer group blasts fuel tariff hike

The Thailand Consumer Council (TCC) has opposed a planned hike in fuel tariffs (FT) in May, labelling it “excessive power security”.

Thailand to raise oil reserve

Thai oil companies have been ordered to extend the stockpiling of reserves from 60 to 70 days to ensure enough supply for domestic use amidst the global crisis due to the Russia-Ukraine tension, according to Thailand’s Ministry of Energy.

Electricity retailers offer longer-term fixed price contracts for businesses amid increased market volatility

Longer-term fixed price electricity contracts are now available for business consumers amid increased price volatility, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) said on Thursday (Mar 10).

Thais urged to use public transport to cut down on expenses as fuel price not dropping

Deputy Finance Minister Santi Promphat said the rising cost of fuel is still a short-term problem, and it is too early for the ministry to consider cutting the excise tax for benzyl fuel.

Thailand has ‘enough fuel reserves’

The national oil and gas conglomerate PTT Plc is confident that Thailand has enough fuel to weather the Ukraine-Russia crisis.