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China to shut 6,000 non-coal mines by 2020 to improve safety

China will shut 6,000 non-coal mines in an effort to reduce mining accidents and deaths by 2020, the State Administration of Work Safety said in a five-year plan. Beijing will seek to reduce major accidents by 15 percent by 2020 from 2015 levels in the non-coal mining sector, the work safety body said in a

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Myanmar urged to tap alternative energy

200 households in Myin Chi Naing Village, Myanmar, get access to electricity from solar PV mini-grids (Photo credit to Climate Investment Funds) ALTHOUGH hydropower accounted for 62 per cent of Myanmar’s power production last year, the nation should focus on improving the use of renewable energy to meet its target of 100 per cent electrification

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Malaysia’s non-hydro renewables capacity to hit 3.4GW by 2026

This is a big jump from 2016’s almost 1.4GW. Accordong to BMI Research, the oversubscription of Malaysia’s solar auction supports its view that the country’s renewables sector is one of the most attractive in the ASEAN region for investment. The continuation of auctions in the country and the successful commissioning of the projects contracted present

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KrisEnergy closes in on PSC for Cambodia’s Block A

Cambodia is inching towards compromise with KrisEnergy on a production-sharing contract (PSC) for the long delayed Block A field in the offshore Khmer Basin. Cambodian Energy Minister Meng Saktheara was quoted by the Khmer Times on August 11 as saying that sensitive matters such as profit sharing, technical hurdles and regulations had been settled. Cambodia

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Thailand Receives First LNG Delivery from Qatar

Qatargas has delivered its first cargo of LNG to Thailand on the Q-Max vessel Bu Samra. Q-Max vessels can carry up to 266,000 cubic meters of LNG and are 80 percent larger than conventional LNGvessels. The LNG was delivered to PTT Company at Thailand’s Map Ta Phut LNG receiving terminal on August 5. Bu Samra

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In a Paris Agreement world, coal will meet growing Asian energy needs

When providing 41% of the world’s electricity, 85% of global cement[1], 74% of the world’s steel[2] and 60% of the world’s aluminium[3], coal is justly considered an enabler of modern societies and economic development. Coal helps build infrastructure and power up businesses and homes.

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Just 100 companies responsible for 71% of global emissions, study says

A relatively small number of fossil fuel producers and their investors could hold the key to tackling climate change. Just 100 companies have been the source of more than 70% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions since 1988, according to a new report. The Carbon Majors Report (pdf) “pinpoints how a relatively small set of fossil

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REI supports Thailand’s efforts towards a sustainable future

Thailand Hybrid-Renewable Bidding Due

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REI Group is experienced in Slip Form Construction

See how the process work on the video link below from one of our past projects Slip Form Video #slipform

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