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Indonesia set to boost coal output to fill Russia supply gap

SYDNEY, July 13 (Reuters) – Indonesia, the world’s biggest exporter of coal used in power plants, will be able to increase output to help meet demand from countries that have lost supplies from Russia, its energy minister said on Wednesday.

Cambodian premier urges citizens to ‘save energy’

The sanctions on Russia, one of the major global energy suppliers, due to its ongoing war on Ukraine, have triggered calls for “saving energy” in Cambodia.

S’pore electricity tariffs to rise by about 8% for Q3 amid global oil, gas crunch

About half the households in Singapore will pay higher electricity bills for the next three months, with the electricity tariff for the next quarter going up by about 8 per cent compared with the previous quarter.

PM calls for digital economy co-op among emerging states

Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on the leaders of emerging economies to increase cooperation in developing the digital economy, saying it is warranted to meet their development needs.

Energy Minister inspects fuel infrastructure in Labuan Bajo

Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Arifin Tasrif visited several fuel infrastructures in Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), as part of efforts to increase security and reorganize logistics operations. The visit was also aimed at ensuring the affordability of energy access for the public, the main topic of discussion at the 2nd Energy […]

Minister Hartarto discusses handling of global crisis with UNESCAP

Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto discussed the handling of global crisis at a virtual meeting with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) Executive Secretary Armida S. Alisjahbana.

PH policymakers brace for economic oil shock

The incoming presidential administration is bracing for the impact of an oil price shock caused by a surge in demand as economies around the world reopen over two years after the start of the pandemic, aggravated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

ETWG meeting prioritizes three issues regarding global energy dynamics

The Second G20 Energy Transition Working Group (ETWG) meeting will focus on three issues — energy security, energy transition, and cooperation — as a response to the global energy dynamics. “We wish to convey to the world how the three issues respond to the current global challenges,” ETWG Chair Yudo Dwinanda Priaadi noted here on […]

Measures to secure Singapore’s energy supply extended until end-March 2023 amid protracted global volatility

Measures put in place to enhance Singapore’s energy security and resilience will be further extended until the end of March next year, amid protracted volatility in the global energy market and the conflict in Ukraine, said the Energy Market Authority (EMA) on Thursday (Jun 16). The measures were previously extended until Jun 30.

China plays key role in securing energy security in Cambodia: officials, academics

China has played a crucial role in securing Cambodia’s energy security, which is a key element for socio-economic development, Cambodian officials and academics said on June 14. Ministry of Mines and Energy spokesman and director-general for Energy, Heng Kunleang, said Chinese-invested projects such as hydropower dams, coal-fired power plants, and solar power plants accounted for […]