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Thai Cabinet fuels up for savings: Gasohol 91 prices set to drop

The Thai Cabinet today gave initial approval for a 2.5 baht per litre reduction in the price of gasohol 91 for three months, likely to start from October 31, as stated by the Thailand Energy Minister.

Second LNG terminal planned to boost supplies that can meet S’pore’s power needs in a pinch

SINGAPORE – Singapore will have a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal by the end of this decade, boosting supplies of the fuel to a level where power plants here can generate electricity even if piped gas from neighbouring countries is not available, said Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong.

Thailand’s LNG boom risks slowing SE Asia energy transition: Maguire

LITTLETON, Colorado, Oct 25 (Reuters) – Thailand has jumped from eleventh to eighth in the world ranking for imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG), after purchases through October soared 25% from the same period in 2022.

Singapore Centralizes Gas Purchases to Boost Energy Security

Singapore will centralize natural gas purchases in a bid to improve the stability and security of its power sector. The nation will aggregate demand from generating companies, which will create economies of scale and allow Singapore to negotiate more favorable gas contracting terms and procure fuel from diverse sources, Minister for Trade & Industry Gan Kim […]

To minimise electricity price volatility, Singapore will centralise procurement and supply of gas

SINGAPORE: In a bid to avoid wild swings in electricity prices brought about by energy shortages, the Singapore government will establish an entity to centralise the procurement and supply of gas for the power sector.

Farmers in line for subsidised fuel

Energy authorities are planning to apply a “green fuel” or non-tax fuel programme for farmers, allowing them to buy oil at inexpensive prices, says Energy Minister Pirapan Salirathavibhaga.

Caltex fuels growth acceleration plans for Thailand through expansion of fuel retail network

Caltex announced its strategic plan to grow the business in Thailand by ramping up its retail portfolio nationwide while continuing to enhance brand value by offering high quality services and products to bring the next-level experience for motorist customers across Thailand, reinforcing its position as a leading global service station brand.

Shell strives for cleaner energy solutions

WITH nearly 50 years involvement in Sabah’s oil and gas sector, Shell sees the need to adapt to changes in the industry, especially in reducing emissions. In Sabah, Shell has two operational companies: Sabah Shell Petroleum Co Ltd (SSPC), which is responsible for upstream operations and Shell Timur Sdn Bhd (STSB), which is responsible for […]

Russia and Myanmar Discuss Construction of Gas Pipeline to Yangon

Energy officials from Russia and Myanmar met in Moscow to discuss Russian involvement in the construction of a gas pipeline to Yangon. The Russian energy ministry confirmed the meetings but did not disclose further details.

Myanmar Junta Seeks AI Tech from Russia to Pump More Oil

The junta’s new energy minister has asked Russia to provide technology embedded with artificial intelligence to extract oil from wells in Myanmar that do not have much left in them, as he continues scrambling for investment in what was one of Myanmar’s most attractive industries for foreign investment before the coup.