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91. business | 06 Nov 2013
» Shell, Thailand's fourth-largest oil retailer, warns the current revision of the country's 20-year Power Development Plan (PDP) should address the challenges of sustainable energy and the affordability of each ty...
92. business | 25 Oct 2013
» Carabao Tawandang, the manufacturer of Carabao Dang energy drink, has set an ambitious goal to become No.1 in Asean in five years.
93. business | 21 Oct 2013
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» I have an obligation from my past marriage that costs me about 40,000 baht per month, which is about half of my net monthly income. I will retire in 10 years, and I'm concerned that my daughter will be only 17 when I...
94. news | 28 Nov 2013
» American energy giant Exxon Mobil on Thursday sold part of its controversial stake in a massive Iraqi oilfield to PetroChina and Indonesia's Pertamina amid a long-running row with Baghdad.
95. business | 08 Nov 2013
» CP All Plc, the operator of 7-Eleven convenience stores, is applying energy-saving measures in its stores in Thailand as part of a plan to increase competitiveness amid fierce market competition.
96. learning | 19 Mar 2012
» Chaleo Yoovidhya founder of the Red Bull energy drink & 3rd richest Thai died this week at age 89.
97. business | 17 Oct 2013
» Solar thermal heating is unlikely to gain widespread adoption if there is no strong advocacy group to promote the technology and its benefits, says the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE).
98. business | 03 Dec 2013
» CHIANG RAI : Sonnedix, the European solar power producer, expects its global solar farm capacity will more than quadruple to 445 megawatts by 2015 thanks to rising demand for clean energy resources.
99. business | 22 Oct 2013
» The new secretary-general of the Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO) vowed to reduce natural gas dependence in Thailand's power generation to avoid costly liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports in future years.
100. news | 18 Nov 2013
» Qatar pledged Monday to ensure respect for labourers' rights after Amnesty International urged the energy-rich Gulf state to end the "alarming" abuse of migrants working on football World Cup infrastructure.