As the shipping industry looks for future sources of alternative fuels and emerging nations look to the opportunities being created by the new fuel industry, a new report suggests that Indonesia has the opportunity to take a leadership role. Published by the P4G-Getting to Zero Coalition Partnership, the report finds that Indonesia has several opportunities […]
GoodFuels has successfully supplied sustainable marine biofuel to NYK’s bulk carrier MV Frontier Explorer. MV Frontier Explorer was refuelled with biofuel in a blend with VLSFO during its port call to Singapore on 5 July, en route from Australia to India.
Norwegian energy group Equinor ASA (NYSE:EQNR) is keen on collaborating with state-owned Vietnam Oil and Gas Group, trading as PetroVietnam, on clean energy projects and offshore wind in particular.
Waste-based biofuels could be a key driver of the energy transition transforming today’s limited supply of low carbon transportation fuels and creating a local, circular economy, according to a new Wood Mackenzie report
A new solar farm began operations early this month, taking Malaysia another step forward in the quest to reach the target of generating at least 20% of its energy through the use of renewables by 2025.
The listed subsidiary of PV project developer Solar Philippines is planning to add a 3.5GW solar farm to its 500MW system already under construction on the Northern Filipino region of Luzon, which the company claims would make it the largest PV project in the world.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/Asia News Network): The government has vowed to diversify energy sources in Laos by placing more emphasis on renewable energy sources, particularly electricity generated by solar, wind and biomass systems.
Delegations from Vietnam and the United States met in Washington, DC for the fourth annual United States-Vietnam Energy Security Dialogue on July 26-28. Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade Vice Minister Dang Hoang An and the State Department’s Bureau of Energy Resources (ENR) Senior Bureau Official Harry Kamian led the delegations.
Norway’s ambassador said the Philippines is a potential destination for Norwegian businesses, but their interest in renewable projects here will depend on the industry’s openness to foreign investment.
Vietnam will need investment of between US$8 billion and US$14 billion a year through to 2030 to develop new power plants and expand its grid, its deputy industry minister had said this week.