10:34 | 16/07/2018 Energy
The PetroVietnam Exploration Production Corporation (PVEP) has surpassed its oil and gas exploration and financial targets for the first half of this year.
13:27 | 14/07/2018 Energy
According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), the implementation of the national program on electrical energy efficiency has achieved the target of 3.4 pct and 5.65 pct of total energy consumption conservation during the 2006-2015 period and 2011-2015 period, equivalent to about 4.5 million tonnes and 11.261 million tonnes of oil (TOE), respectively.
Siemens supplies equipment for Vietnam’s largest solar farm
19:27 | 13/07/2018 Energy
Siemens has won the contract to supply systems to its customer Trung Nam Group in Vietnam and put the country’s largest solar farm into operation. The farm is the first solar project for Siemens in South-East Asia, and has a capacity of 204 megawatts peak (MWp). The project will deliver up to 425 Gigawatt hours (GWh) per year. This is enough to supply approximately 200,000 households with electricity and saves around 250,000 tons of CO2.
Heat wave puts power system in overload
08:36 | 13/07/2018 Energy
(VEN) - Recent heat waves have set a record of summer power consumption that peaked at nearly 711 million kWh on June 22, according to the National Load Dispatch Center.
EVN SPC provides energy-saving solutions for shrimp farmers
08:34 | 11/07/2018 Energy
(VEN) - The Southern Power Corporation (EVN SPC) is implementing a power project for shrimp farming households in order to contribute to reducing power consumption, saving production costs and increasing profits. The project seeks to address the rapid expansion of shrimp farming areas in the southern coastal provinces and resulting increase of power consumption.
Vietnam's Binh Son to sell 49 pct stake via auction
10:39 | 04/07/2018 Energy
Vietnam’s Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical will offload a further 49 percent stake and not limit the sale to only strategic investors as previously planned, in order to attract more buyers, its chief executive said.