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1. news | 09 Apr 2013
» The country has weathered the energy "crisis" and there is enough electricity to satisfy demand over the Songkran festival, Energy Minister Pongsak Raktapongpaisarn said on Tuesday.
2. lifestyle | 24 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» As summer tortures us with strangulating heat, the shutdown of gas pipelines in Myanmar earlier this month threw the whole nation into panic. The campaign for energy saving is running into conflict because air conditioni...
3. business | 30 Apr 2013
» Laos will develop more renewable energy so that it makes up 30% of total energy use within 2025, according to the Ministry of Energy and Mines.
4. opinion | 06 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: News
» I am amazed at the recent flurry of articles and statements by state and other agencies on energy saving during this energy supply crisis.
5. business | 09 May 2013
» State support for energy service companies is critical if Thailand is to achieve energy sufficiency, say executives.
6. learning | 29 Jun 2010
» It is expected that the world will encounter an energy crisis in the very near future. With the innovation of energy-efficient vehicles, the crisis might be eased somewhat.
7. learning | 23 Nov 2012
» Tomorrow's Pitak Siam rally poses a threat to national security, which justifies the invocation of the Internal Security Act (ISA), Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said yesterday.
8. business | 10 Apr 2013
» Asia will dominate over half of the world's energy supply by 2035, with possible double oil consumption if business continues as usual, though limited indigenous resources present challenges to the region.
9. learning | 17 Nov 2010
» An energy dependence on natural gas from Burma looms in Thailand's future. The time to start planning is now.
10. news | 28 Mar 2013
» The International Monetary Fund urged countries to reduce subsidies on energy, saying they worsen government's fiscal positions and eventually create more advantages for the wealthy instead of the poor.