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Renewed gas field talks eyed

Thailand and Cambodia have agreed to consider reopening talks on the development of the energy-rich, overlapping claims area (OCA) in… (Read more)

Parliament: New zero-waste law to compel big firms to take greater action

The fight against Singapore's mountain of trash will soon pack a bigger punch, with new zero-waste legislation to compel big… (Read more)

Big problem if Singapore doesn’t think ahead on climate change: PM Lee

After Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced that the Government will spend an estimated $100 billion in the long term… (Read more)

South China Sea: Beijing risks infuriating Vietnam as it eyes oil and gas reserve

The vessel is called Lan Jing and is thought to be the largest one in the world. It belongs to… (Read more)

Energy advocacy group pushes for more indigenous options for PHL

A group of energy advocates banded together to push for both the government and private sector to explore more indigenous… (Read more)

Thailand pushes energy development in ASEAN

The Energy Ministry of Thailand is ready to push forward five plans to promote energy sector in ASEAN at the… (Read more)

Coal on the Javan Coast

Indonesia is experiencing a coal power boom, particularly on Java, the most populous island in the world. One of the… (Read more)

Indonesia lays groundwork to spur domestic electric vehicle industry

Indonesia is eyeing the development of a domestic electric vehicle industry, with a Presidential Decree on Electric Vehicles (EV) being presented… (Read more)

Special economic zones ideal for circular economy: GGGI

Jakarta (ANTARA) - The country's Special Economic Zones are ideal locations for the development of the circular economy, Country Representative… (Read more)

Indonesia Will Struggle to Meet 2025 Renewables Target: Moody’s

Jakarta. Global rating agency Moody's Investors Service believes Indonesia is unlikely to achieve its renewable energy target by 2025 and expects… (Read more)