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Workers’ Salary in Electricity and Gas Sectors See Highest Hike: LPEM UI

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The University of Indonesia’s Institute for Economic and Social Research (LPEM UI) recorded an increase in the average salary or net income of workers in several sectors as of February 2021 albeit amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The highest hike is experienced by the electricity and gas sectors, reaching 5 percent year on year.

Workshop focusses on UK oil and gas assets decommissioning

A FOUR-DAY Decommissioning and Restoration Workshop, hosted by the Ministry of Energy, Manpower and Industry (MEMI) in collaboration with the British High Commission in Brunei Darussalam for oil and gas industry assets, held at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) building, concluded yesterday. Permanent Secretary (Energy) at the MEMI Haji Azhar bin […]  

World Oil Prices Help Vietnam Expand an Already Fast-Growing Economy

An increase in world oil prices is helping Vietnam earn money that will quicken its already fast economic growth and may help the country build new infrastructure. The only red light: higher fuel prices among Vietnam’s consumers. Vietnam, though not a major oil-producing nation like much of the Middle East, has counted energy-related commodities as […]

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.

YEARENDER : Philippines remains heavily dependent on oil imports

MANILA, Philippines — The year 2018 put the spotlight on the Philippines’ dependence on imported fuel to power up the country’s progress and day-to-day operations. This was validated by the latest Energy Trilemma Index of the World Energy Council, which ranks 125 countries in three dimensions – environmental sustainability, energy security and energy equity. The […]