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Energy

A Vietnam-Netherlands energy forum was held in Hanoi on June 17 as part of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s visit to Vietnam. Addressing the event, Deputy Minister of Industry and...More...
HANOI – On June 17, 2014, the Netherlands-Vietnam energy forum was held in Hanoi.  The forum discussed the effective implementation of a 2011 memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between the...More...
RANGOON — Burma’s Ministry of Energy on Wednesday announced that it has awarded international firms, mostly from Western nations, 20 areas in its waters to explore for oil and gas....More...
Vietnam considers the development of renewable energy a top priority in its national climate change strategy as the country's energy demands increase, according to experts from the National Energy Institute...More...
Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) provinces and neighbouring localities have terminated 167 small hydropower plant projects with a total capacity of 617.36 MW, according to the Tay Nguyen Region Steering Committee....More...
At first, the Ninh Thuan nuclear power plant megaproject was expected to begin construction in 2014, but the schedule is now likely to be delayed by as much as six...More...
Fecon has won contract to become piling supplier to landmark Nghi Son complex In early 2014, Fecon Foundation Engineering and Underground Construction JSC has received an approval notification letter from...More...
Vietnam is endowed with various energy resources, including oil and gas. The oil and gas industry is the country's biggest foreign currency earner and a major procurer of imported technology,...More...
The Viet Nam Coal and Mineral IndustriesGroup (Vinacomin) generated a total revenue of VND100 trillion (US$4.76 billion) in 2013, representing a 4 per cent increase over the previous year. Coal...More...
The National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) and a consortium of three companies signed a contract for the Long Phu 1 thermal power plant in Ha Noi yesterday. The consortium,...More...