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Malampaya probe: Senators see hope of stopping sale

Senators on Thursday exposed what they said were defects in the government’s approval of the controversial acquisition by Davao-based businessman Dennis Uy of a majority interest in the Malampaya project.

Myanmar public urges gas sanctions to stop military funding

The young woman in Myanmar decided to speak out when she realized that money from the company she loved was now in the hands of the military leaders she hated. She and her parents had long worked for Total Energies, the French company that operates a lucrative gas field off the coast of southern Myanmar […]

Thai Energy Giant Lines Up $200 Million for U.S. Renewable Push

Banpu Power Pcl, a Thai power producer, is doubling down on its U.S.-led growth strategy by pledging to invest at least $200 million in renewable energy projects to add to its existing shale gas and electricity portfolios.

Google Cloud and Capgemini collaborate with Malaysia’s largest electricity utility

Capgemini and Google Cloud have announced a collaboration with Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), the largest electricity utility in Malaysia. The collaboration aims to design an enterprise-wide Application Programming Interface (API) strategy and implement Google Clouds Apigee API Management Platform, which allows the company to enable new agile ways of working.

Takiyuddin: Blinken’s visit to Malaysia also to discuss renewable energy sources

The visit to Malaysia by US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, among others, is to discuss electricity generation from renewable energy (RE) sources, the Dewan Rakyat was told today.

Amid military atrocities, Myanmar public urges gas sanctions

The young woman in Myanmar decided to speak out when she realized that money from the company she loved was now in the hands of the military leaders she hated.

Vietnam considering private investment in electricity transmission

Vietnam’s government is considering allowing all economic sectors, including the private sector, to build power transmission networks, not including grid projects implemented by the state under national electricity development plans. The change forms part of the amendments to the country’s Electricity Law proposed by the government.

Singapore Exchange to mandates climate, board diversity disclosures

The Singapore Exchange (SGX) will start requiring companies to provide climate-related reporting as well as disclosures on board diversity from next year, the bourse said on Wednesday.

New scheme for large energy users to buy electricity at fixed prices

Large electricity users in Singapore, such as shopping malls and manufacturing facilities, will be cushioned from the recent volatility in the electricity market under a new scheme that will enable them to buy electricity at fixed rates.

Supporting ESG: Pertamina to allocate nine percent of Capex for NRE

Indonesian energy company PT Pertamina (Persero) will allocate around nine percent of its total capital expenditure (Capex) for the 2020-2024 period for its entire new and renewable energy (NRE) initiatives.