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31. learning | 02 Apr 2013
» As natural gas price rises, electricity prices will rise to Singapore level. Meanwhile, neighbors Vietnam & Malaysia have head start with clean coal & nuclear.
32. learning | 11 May 2011
» Soaring oil prices won't change gas guzzling habits if government pays for it. Crippling public debt like Greece's may result.
33. learning | 06 Jun 2011
» A new energy generation technology turns coal into gas and ensures cleaner emissions but is 50% more expensive. However, global warming concerns may soon lower costs.
34. news | 29 Apr 2013
» When a Nonthaburi couple hailed a taxi to take them to Suvarnabhumi airport earlier this month, they had no idea they were about to fall victim to a scam.
35. news | 07 Apr 2013
By Alan Dawson
» An authoritative new report on likely oil and gas reserves in the heavily disputed regions of the South China has concluded that there probably aren't any.
36. learning | 06 May 2011
» Japan's switch from nuclear energy to LPG after the quake almost two months ago, has sent the world scrambling for limited supplies.
37. news | 14 Apr 2013
» Black or transparent gold for you _ and a silver lining? Fossil fuel commodities such as oil and natural gas may be just the ticket for investors looking for a high return in a low-yield environment. But beware of the in...
38. business | 26 Apr 2013
» The fuel tariff (Ft) for electricity will be slashed by 9.8% or 5.12 satang per kilowatt-hour from May to August thanks to the appreciation of the baht and lower gas prices, says an energy regulator.
39. news | 30 Mar 2013
» A group of activists, led by Vichai Kavichai, yesterday demanded to know whether the price of electricity will rise due to gas-field maintenance in Myanmar.
40. business | 29 Mar 2013
» Next month's scheduled partial float of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) prices for households and transport may be put off for another month, says Energy Minister Pongsak Raktapongpaisal.