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Vietnam to start construction of Thi Vai LNG terminal in October

State-run PetroVietnam Gas and its partners plan to start construction of one of the country’s first LNG terminals at Thi… (Read more)

Việt Nam’s energy transition faces challenges

Việt Nam News talks to Vietnamese and Danish lawmakers and experts about barriers that Việt Nam has faced in energy transition… (Read more)

Vietnam, Fastest-Growing Carbon Polluter, Urged to Shift Cargo From Land to Water

World Bank report analyzed eight solutions that Vietnam could test to decrease transportation's greenhouse gas emissions, from use of public… (Read more)

Shell loads first LSFO cargo from Singapore refinery ahead of IMO

[SINGAPORE] Royal Dutch Shell has loaded the first cargo of low-sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) from its Pulau Bukom refining site… (Read more)

Energy Ministry to see if oil situation will impact inflation

The Energy Ministry will hold a special meeting with the Energy Administrative Committee today (September 17) to discuss the possible… (Read more)

Electricity price hike fuels demand for solar power in Myanmar

A recent electricity price hike has fuelled optimism among companies selling rooftop solar systems to factories, but a lack of… (Read more)

Green finance for renewable energy

Renewable energy has great potential to meet growing demand if it has appropriate policies and financial support. The statement was… (Read more)

Renewable energy could cut electricity rates by 30% — report

HEAVY RELIANCE on imported fossil fuels, high financing costs and uncompetitive market structures have contributed to make electricity prices in… (Read more)

Denmark, Vietnam discuss energy transition

(VOVWORLD) - Danish experts and Vietnamese officials discussed Danish achievements in energy development and feasible solutions for Vietnam at a… (Read more)

Energy firms drive VN-Index up for 4th day

PV Gas facility. Company shares jumped 3.4 per cent on Tuesday following a boost of oil prices on Monday night.… (Read more)