Thailand debuts first tokamak with help of Chinese scientists in milestone for Southeast Asia’s clean energy research
With the help of Chinese scientists, Thailand debuted its first tokamak device – a machine designed to replicate the sun’s nuclear fusion process – in a milestone for sustainable energy research and scientific cooperation between the countries.
Vietnam and Japan should continue their close cooperation in the Asia Zero Emission Community (AZEC) and the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP), said Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha on July 26.
Australian Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Catherine King on Friday (21 July) said she met Singapore’s Acting Minister for Transport Chee Hong Tat to discuss how Australia and Singapore’s 2022 Green Economy Agreement can accelerate the uptake and promotion of decarbonisation technologies in shipping.
Italy’s Eni (ENI.MI) will sign a deal with Chevron Corp (CVX.N) later on Tuesday to take over the U.S. firm’s stake in the Indonesia Deepwater Development project, the head of Indonesia’s upstream oil and gas regulator said.
Indonesia’s Pertamina and Malaysia’s Petronas signed an agreement with Shell on Tuesday to buy its 35% stake in the Masela natural gas fields for up to $650 million, moving the project forward after years of delay.
Mubadala Energy and Pertamina, the Indonesian state-owned integrated energy company, have entered into an agreement to discuss, explore and potentially engage in energy transition initiatives, primarily focused on carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) applications in Indonesia.
The Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) determined the price ceilings for the charging of electric cars in fast charging and ultrafast charging stations through the Decree of the ESDM Minister No.182.K/TL.04/MEM.S/2023.
Thailand has long been an auto hub in Southeast Asia. Even as the pivot to electric vehicles has gathered pace over the last few years, the country managed to maintain its grip on the industry. In fact, after leading the region with the most EV sales in 2022, Thailand has emerged as the leading country, with […]
Malaysia is on the right path to become an electric vehicle (EV) powerhouse in Southeast Asia with the government aggressively promoting a conducive EV ecosystem, supported by strong business commitment shown by two world-renowned automotive companies, Geely and Tesla.
Chinese automakers dominated Southeast Asia’s fast-growing electric vehicle market, selling three out of every four EVs in the first quarter, the research firm Counterpoint Research said on Thursday.