The PTT-operated Nong Fab liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification terminal in Thailand has started offloading its first LNG from a carrier, contractor Saipem reported on June 24.
Thailand must speed up its electric vehicle (EV) development to stay ahead of Indonesia if it still wants to become a regional EV production hub, says the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).
Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has inked an energy wheeling agreement for the sale, transmission and purchase of electrical energy from Laos to Singapore through Thailand and Malaysia.
The government is curbing imports of liquefied natural gas due to surging prices, potentially putting the country at risk of fuel shortages.
Thailand’s cabinet on Tuesday extended measures to support energy prices and tourism, and approved plans to seek a contribution from refineries to boost the country’s depleted oil fund. The measures came as Thai headline inflation hit a near 14-year high of 7.1 per cent in May, driven by rising oil prices.
Thailand is stepping up its battle against inflation by extending price caps on dozens of essential goods for another year and channeling a share of profit from oil refiners to fund energy subsidies for an extended period. The government will continue controlling prices of more than four dozen essential goods and services such as rice, […]
Thailand BOI Approves US6.2 Billion in Investments, Including Foxconn-PTT’s EV Venture, and Improved Battery, Smart Zones Incentives
The Thailand Board of Investment (BOI) at a meeting today approved a combined 209.5 billion baht (US 6.2 billion) worth of investment applications in manufacturing and infrastructure projects, including 36.1 billion baht by Horizon Plus Co., Ltd., a joint venture between Taiwan’s Foxconn and Thailand’s PTT PCL, to make battery electric vehicles (BEV), and approved enhanced benefits for investment in battery production, building up on […]
Thailand’s investment agency on Monday approved a joint venture worth 36.1 billion baht ($1.04 billion) between Taiwan’s Foxconn and Thailand’s PTT (PTT.BK) to produce electric vehicles (BEVs).
The state passed an incentive package for electric cars, but high prices and lack of charging infrastructure hinder buyers The lingering question following the launch of the government’s electric vehicle (EV) incentive package earlier this year is whether lower prices will be able to attract prospective car buyers.
Energy authorities are considering imposing a price cap on oil sold by Thai refineries to better control energy inflation, with ongoing measures to tackle the problem scheduled to end this month.