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DoE reviews several major energy projects

The Department of Energy is evaluating several large-scale power projects that could receiver a certificate of energy project of national… (Read more)

Philippines to suspend oil tax hike to cool red hot inflation

MANILA, Oct 14 (Reuters) - The Philippines said on Sunday it would suspend the implementation of a further increase in… (Read more)

Khon Kaen takes lead in Thailand’s race to smarten up

Building for the future: The tram project, if approved, will take two years to complete, and cost 15 billion baht… (Read more)

Bandung regional government wishes ownership position in geothermal development

The regional government of Bandung in Indonesia has raised the wish to receive an ownership position in geothermal development companies… (Read more)

Foreign investors see more chance to step in Vietnam’s oil refinery

The recent withdrawal of Vietnamese groups from billion-dollar oil refinery projects is paving the way for potential foreign investors, especially… (Read more)

Bentley’s BIM solutions ‘boon to substation projects’

Bentley Systems, a leading provider of advancing infrastructure solutions, said greenfield and brownfield substation projects can reap design collaboration and… (Read more)

Brunei Darussalam’s growth momentum expected to continue in 2018: IMF

Real GDP in 2017 was stronger than expected, rebounding to 1.3 per cent supported by both the O&G and non-O&G… (Read more)

Gov’t Unwilling to Intervene as Fuel Oil Prices Rise

NAYPYITAW—The government cannot control the fuel oil price, which is determined by market forces and the law of supply and… (Read more)

Sembcorp’s Myingyan power plant begins full operations

Sembcorp Industries’ US$300 million gas-fired power plant in Myingyan, Mandalay commenced full commercial operations on Wednesday following its first phase… (Read more)

Peso depreciation weighs on energy companies

ENERGY COMPANIES have counted the cost of the peso depreciation against the US dollar, prompting them to adopt measures to… (Read more)