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Indigenous people ‘under threat’ from Asia clean energy push

BAN KHU, Thailand (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Muhammad Lamoh had no inkling that his small village of Ban Khu in southern Thailand would be key to the nation’s renewable energy goals, until local authorities called a community meeting to inform them of a plan to build a biomass plant.

Chinese energy firms set to benefit from Myanmar turmoil

There is a high risk that political turmoil in Myanmar will negatively affect the energy sector, however, Chinese companies look set to benefit from the tumultuous environment, according to Fitch Solutions Country Risk & Industry Research.

Jurong Port to take over stakes in Universal Terminal

[SINGAPORE] Singapore port operator Jurong Port is set to take over the shares in a major oil storage terminal in the city state from the Lim family behind collapsed oil trader Hin Leong, three sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Problem of cooling in a hotter Singapore

SINGAPORE – Climate change and urbanisation are nudging up temperatures in Singapore – and increasing the need for cooling here.

Not all O&G companies will immediately benefit from higher crude oil prices, say analysts

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 9): While higher Brent crude prices have fanned interest in oil and gas (O&G) counters listed on Bursa Malaysia, fund managers and heads of research believe not every company is set to benefit immediately from the higher prices.

Downstream oil sector seen rebounding

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine downstream oil sector may recoup its losses this year, riding on the resurgence of demand amid the continued reopening of the economy and the rollout of vaccines.

Meralco power bills to fall slightly in February

MANILA, Philippines — Consumers and businesses in areas served by Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) will see slightly lower power bills in February on the back of cheaper supply.

Oil firms to raise prices anew this week

MANILA – Oil companies will increase their pump prices on Tuesday.

INEC provides additional fuel storage capacity to Banelco

MANILA, Philippines — Vivant Energy’s subsidiary Isla Norte Energy Corp. (INEC) has installed an additional fuel storage to ensure reliable and stable power supply to the Bantayan Island in Cebu.

Vietnam’s Vinfast gets permit to test self-driving vehicles in California

HANOI (Reuters) – Vietnam’s first domestic car manufacturer, Vinfast, said on Monday it had obtained a permit to test autonomous vehicles on public streets in California.