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Malaysia’s Oil Giant Looks to Americas to Increase Oil Reserves

Malaysia’s state-owned oil company is banking on the Americas to help raise reserves and maintain production rates as wells in… (Read more)

Ayala eyes more renewable projects in Vietnam

Ninh Thuan, Vietnam—AC Energy Inc., a unit of conglomerate Ayala Corp., plans to build more renewable projects here after recently… (Read more)

No brownouts on election day, energy officials

There will be no power interruptions on Election Day, but there is no assurance of sufficient supply after May 13,… (Read more)

Malaysia can help reduce aviation industry carbon footprint with palm oil biofuel, says Teresa Kok

KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 — Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok said the ministry is planning to produce biofuel using palm… (Read more)

Oiling change

Royal Dutch Shell has cover to take the moral high ground in Brunei. A corporate governance group, which counts big-name… (Read more)

Mondelez Philippines Now Running On 100% Renewable Energy

Mondelez Philippines, the local unit of global snack giant Mondelēz International, Inc., has taken another step towards empowering people to… (Read more)

Senate energy panel starts probe on Luzon brownouts

MANILA, Philippines — The Senate committee on energy opened on Thursday an inquiry into the unexpected brownouts recently experienced by… (Read more)

Localising energy sector: Brunei looks to learn from Oman’s experience

BRUNEI Darussalam is looking to learn from Oman on how it implements its localisation strategies for the oil and gas… (Read more)

Owners of electric vehicles can pay to use BlueSG chargers from today

SINGAPORE - Electric car-sharing operator BlueSG will release 99 charging points across 25 locations for public use at 3pm on… (Read more)

Hot season sends power consumption hitting record high

Bangkok – Consumption of electricity during the current hot season has hit a record high in many provinces. Deputy Electricity… (Read more)