Egat set to distribute LNG locally

The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) plans to allow the state-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) to distribute liquefied natural gas (LNG) locally, instead of importing to feed Egat’s power plants.Egat is the second LNG importer after PTT Plc, the national oil and gas conglomerate. ...

Yuthana Praiwan

Power forums lack spark

Thailand will soon launch its national Power Development Plan (PDP) 2019-2027, which was put up for debate in public hearings in four regions and Bangkok this month. The final hearing on the PDP draft took place in Bangkok on Monday, following others in Chiang Mai, ...

Call for further power plants

Business operators have high expectations that the country’s energy policymakers will soon open licence granting for waste-to-energy power plants with a combined capacity of 300 megawatts. Keep reading ...

Yuthana Praiwan

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