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Energy experts say Thailand and Cambodia will resume talks to settle their dispute on an overlapping claim area (OCA) in order to jointly benefit from a new petroleum source and relieve the impact of energy price fluctuations.
Vietnam’s coal imports are forecast to rise to meet domestic production demand, according to a draft strategy for developing the coal industry in Vietnam recently introduced by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
After seven straight weeks of price rollbacks, motorists shall brace for an increase in the pump prices of petroleum products in the coming week. Citing oil trading in the past four days (August 15 to 18), an oil industry source told GMA News Online that the price per liter of diesel may increase by P2.00 […]
In an attempt to address the supply concerns and rising prices, Myanmar’s military-run government has decided to import gasoline and fuel oil from Russia. This comes amid the growing energy crisis across and world owing to the European sanctions on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. According to reports, the Myanmar administration has also formed […]
The Philippines’ new government of president Ferdinand Marcos will keep a moratorium on new coal-fired power plants in the country to avoid sending mixed signals to investors.
Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) and Petronas have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to strengthen collaboration in driving innovative solutions towards decarbonisation in support of Malaysia’s aspirations to be a carbon-neutral nation by 2050.
Global warming, which is blamed for recent floods and rise in temperature, has become the most alarming concern affecting the world today, and requires more innovative ways and technology to minimise the surplus of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere.
As the energy industry has a crucial role in achieving net zero emissions by 2050, it requires a structural transition toward green growth. Therefore, Việt Nam needs assistance from developed countries regarding both financial and technical issues.
Chinese technology in gas turbine power generation plays a key role in Malaysia’s drive toward low-carbon energy, speakers said on Tuesday at the Global Gas Turbine Power Generation Summit.
Indonesia aims to be carbon neutral by 2060. Thus, the country is working on its energy mix by developing renewable energies. While the majority of electricity production comes from coal, Jakarta aims to increase the share of renewable energy to 23% by 2025.