13:30 | 21/09/2019 Energy
Vietnam Renewable Energy Week 2019 was launched on September 17, in Hanoi, as an activity to respond to contribute to the implementation of Government policies on renewable energy development in Vietnam.
09:37 | 20/09/2019 Industry
Thailand’s Gulf Energy Development PCL has submitted a power generation plan to the Government of Việt Nam to develop a gas-fired power plant with an initial capacity of 6,000 megawatts (MW), according to the Bangkok Post.
Vietnam powers up energy savings plans in industry
08:43 | 16/09/2019 Energy
(VEN) - The national program on energy efficiency and conservation is an important target of the national energy development strategy, which the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) was assigned by the Government to develop. So far, the industry and trade sector has made concerted efforts to adopt many energy-saving solutions, with initial positive results.
Law revision needed for oil and gas industry development
08:50 | 26/08/2019 Industry
(VEN) - The oil and gas industry meets about 40 percent of Vietnam’s primary energy demand and plays a crucial role in the country’s national energy security. However, the sector is facing difficulties due to regulations and policies that no longer satisfy its actual development demands.
Deputy PM applauds JX NOEX’s cooperation proposals
11:18 | 24/08/2019 Energy
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung highly evaluated proposals of cooperation in exploring and exploiting oil and gas made by President and CEO of the JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corp (JX NOEX) Hiroshi Hosoi during their meeting in Hanoi on August 21.
Vietnam gets much more momentum for solar, wind energy
14:51 | 23/08/2019 Energy
(VEN) - We have seen the pace of active installation for wind in the last year, moving in a consistent way with the potential. We will see some concerns related to the planning process which could hinder us a little bit, but if the project starts in the next six months then Vietnam will be the largest market for wind in the region. Jerome Pecresse, President and CEO of GE Renewable Energy, spoke with Vietnam Economic News’ Nguyen Dao.