The Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) Research Center for New and Renewable Energy Head, Dr Yuli Setyo Indartono, suggested subsidizing the purchase of electric stoves to reduce negative economic impacts of fluctuating fuel and LPG prices. “In the past, the government had a program to replace kerosene with LPG. Now is the time for the […]
Jurong Port, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Asia Pacific (MHI-AP), and JERA Asia have signed an agreement to jointly explore the establishment of a 100% ammonia direct combustion power plant on Jurong Island.
Global warming, which is blamed for recent floods and rise in temperature, has become the most alarming concern affecting the world today, and requires more innovative ways and technology to minimise the surplus of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere.
Malaysia’s Sapura Energy Berhad has moved to dispose of three drilling rigs to NKD Maritime for an aggregate cash consideration of $8.2 million as part of its focus on long-term sustainability and improving its liquidity position.
Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that the government is formulating a price adjustment scheme to reduce the burden of fuel subsidies and compensation in the state budget.
NDR 2022: Changi Airport’s Terminal 5 project redesigned to be pandemic-ready, more energy-efficient
Changi Airport’s Terminal 5 (T5) project has been redesigned to be pandemic-ready and more energy-efficient, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday (Aug 21). Speaking during the National Day Rally, Mr Lee said the terminal will be able to operate more safely and flexibly during a pandemic. This includes being able to scale operations […]
The Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corporation (LIPAD), the private operator of Clark International Airport, has inked energy efficiency and facilities management contracts for the upkeep of the airport’s new terminal building.
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Energy experts say Thailand and Cambodia will resume talks to settle their dispute on an overlapping claim area (OCA) in order to jointly benefit from a new petroleum source and relieve the impact of energy price fluctuations.
Vietnam’s coal imports are forecast to rise to meet domestic production demand, according to a draft strategy for developing the coal industry in Vietnam recently introduced by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).